Bienville House

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Dating back to 1835, the Bienville was named in honor of Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville, the French-Canadian who founded New Orleans in 1718. Classic wrought-iron balconies and a lush courtyard give the property the appearance of a stately manor home; the hotel’s grand ambiance is further reflected in the hand-painted murals, over-stuffed furnishings, and graceful appointments. Just steps away lie some of the Big Easy’s most famous features, including Bourbon and Royal Streets, late-night jazz clubs, world-class restaurants, shopping, and the mighty Mississippi River itself.
Image of guestroom at Bienville House, 1835, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Location Map

Location Map

Experience Jean Lafitte National Historic Park, the House of Blues New Orleans, Bourbon Street, and Café Du Monde just a short walk away.

Image of exterior entryway at Bienville House, 1835, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Discover

Discover

Discover the intimate and elegant ambiance of the Bienville House Hotel, a French Quarter manor house.

Image of interior pool at Bienville House, 1835, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Explore

Explore

Explore the French Quarter and wander down Bourbon Street.

Image of interior lobby and lounge at Bienville House, 1835, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Experience

Experience

Experience the “Birthplace of Jazz” and enjoy a concert at the historic Preservation Hall.

Image of breakfast served at Latitude 29 Restaurant at Bienville House, 1835, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Taste

Taste

Taste the beignets at the iconic Café Du Monde.

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