Maison Perrier

Address: 4117 Perrier, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70115, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near Mignon Faget, St. Elizabeth's Orphanage Museum, Silk Road Collection - Asian Antiques, and Bodyjoys Day Spa.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Maison Perrier New Orleans

      Wonderful place to stay

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      i stayed at maison perrier for 8 days in August and it was a dream come true. Patricia, Tom, Miss Joyce and the rest of the staff treat everyone like family. The rooms are fantastic, the breakfast is wonderful and the atmosphere very relaxed. Can't wait to go again in May.

      The Very Best

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      My wife and I have stayed at many B & Bs, but this one is far and away the best. Patricia and Tom are charming hosts. They made the stay for us, our children, and our grandchild simply amazing. The breakfasts were great. The rooms terrific. We even loved the towels.

      You cannot stay at a better place in New Orleans.

      A MUST RETURN TOP OF THE LIST IN B&B'S

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      The Maison Perrier B&B in New Orleans was a wonderful experience. After a perfect 3nite stay my husband and I were reluctant to leave. The innkeepers Tom and Patricia were must accomodating from the moment we crossed the threshold of their magnificent establishment. They were so informative with dining suggestions, tours to be taken, sightseeing adventures and even had streetcar passes we could purchase at the property with all their knowledge of the streets and stops to get off at. The beautiful comfortable rooms, the sumptious breakfasts in the morning prepared by Ms Joyce or Patricia herself were a real treat to start the day. The goodies that were out thru the day, the honor bar and all the extras were so appreciated by us. We felt so comfortable there, it almost felt like we were visiting family as the innkeepers and the staff were always so friendly and open to conversation. For us this is a definate "WE WILL RETURN'

      JOANN AND JOHN

      Truly wonderful!!

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      This was my first Bed and Breakfast experience, and I absolutely loved it. The new owners, Tom and Patricia, were so helpful and friendly. The house is well kept, and we were upgraded to a bigger room at no charge. It is also in a convenient location. The streetcar is just a short walk and the neighborhood is safe. My boyfriend actually proposed to me on the front porch during our stay. My only complaint is that I had to leave so soon. I highly recommend this Bed and Breakfast.

      Wholeheartedly recommended!

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      I stayed here for my honeymoon and found this B&B lovely in every respect. I wanted a perfect romantic vacation, as most honeymooners do, and this place absolutely lived up to my expectations. The staff was friendly and attentive, the rooms were beautifully decorated, spacious, and well kept, and the breakfasts were delicious! I also really enjoyed the location--in a relaxing and beautiful residential neighborhood, but with easy access to the French Quarter by streetcar. The rates seemed to be an excellent value for the quality of service you get. I cannot imagine anyone who would not be pleased with a stay here.

      Wonderful

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      I just spent one night at the Maison Perrier but it was excellent. A beautiful house and room, very friendly staff, good breakfast, free treats throughout the day, free wine and cheese on Friday and Saturday afternoons,... The house is in a beautiful neighborhood and is just a 2 min walk from the St. Charles streetcar which will bring you to the French Quarter. I will definitely make this place my future choice to stay in New Orleans!

      Wonderful!

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      We found Maison Perrier by accident, having been badly let down by the New Orleans B&B we had booked originaly (they had double-booked and refused to honour our reservation of six months' standing). The host at a B&B where we stayed in Montgomery made a few phone calls and put us in touch with Maison Perrier, who luckily had rooms available. It must have been an omen because Maison Perrier was much, much better than our original choice and it was much less expensive. The rooms were very comfortable, tastefully decorated and very clean. The host was very helpful and generous and her staff were helpful too and the breakfasts very good. Excellent location in the Garden District and very easy to get into the French Quarter. Maison Perrier will be our first choice in New Orleans in future. Highly recommended.

      Perfect place for couples

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      I recently arranged a 40th birthday party for my husband with 14 couples staying at this B&B. We had a fabulous time! I preferred the ambiance in the main house, but the rooms in the sister house were very nice as well. The neighborhood was charming and the streetcar very close. It's true that the cook is not the friendliest, but the property manager more than made up for it. Her recommendations were always top notch. It was very relaxing after a day sightseeing to come back "home", sit on the porch with friends, have their complimentary wine and cheese, and head back out to the Quarter. If you want to be away from the craziness in the quarter, I would highly recommend this property for the price.

      An Oasis

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      We spent three nights at Maison Perrier and it was a most comfortable and relaxing "retreat" after busy days in NO. The house is beautifully restored and decorated, but not overwhelming as are some B&Bs. The owner and her staff are very nice and quite helpful. The best way to get an appreciation of the place is to go to their web site. The photos of the rooms are as they are....appealing and comfortable. The breakfast is very good. The "happy hour" includes complimentary cheese and wine. The honor bar is well-stocked and reasonably priced. The neighborhood is funky and very interesting. A 5 minute walk to St Charles street car brings all of NO to within 15mins of this charming place. The prices may seem high, but for the location and ambiance, they are bargain rates.

      Almost perfect!

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      This is a great b and b in a safe neighborhood in the upper garden district. Amenities galore including home made snacks throughout the day and complimentary soft drinks. just a few blocks from the streetcar line. top quality linens etc. Although breakfast was good each day, it was not spectacular, and one day we had a surly cook who forgot to serve us at all! we were also kept waiting for check in (45 minutes) on the porch. i believe these problems stemmed from the regular cook and innkeeper not at work during our stay. We've heard fantastic things about the resident cook. if you go, make sure the regular staff is available. We also ran out of toilet paper. on the positive side, the innkeeper had previously booked us a great city tour, and a suggestion for dinner which was fantastic.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Maison Perrier New Orleans

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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