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Maison Perrier in New Orleans, LA

Maison Perrier in New Orleans, LA

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Rating: 5.00

Address: 4117 Perrier St, New Orleans, LA, 70115

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    Comments (9):

    1. Andrew r.

    I had been traveling cross country with a girl friend and really wanted to impress her on the last night with a romantic evening.  I found this place sort of accidentally and for some reason i knew to book here.  good call. this place was perfect.  Tom, one of the owners was the perfect B&B host.  Southern hospitality to a T!  

    The place is beautiful.  the rooms spacious and welcoming.  the bathrooms..... STELLAR!! and you get robes.  

    we had a lovely evening here and a stay neither of us will ever forget.

    thank you Maison Perrier!

    27/01/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Michael T.
    This B&B is amazing. My fiancé and I have been on this B&B craze. We find them to be cleaner, more affordable, better hospitality and just a better overall experience.  

    Tom and Patricia are amazing hosts! We were greeted with a friendly smile and drinks! He helped us with our luggage and spent a long time telling us about all the good restaurants in New Orleans!  He marked everything for us on the map so it was definitely very helpful! He even called and made dinner reservations for us. All this before we even got to out room or shall I say suite!! We booked the Irene Suite, which used to be the owner quarters. The suite is located on the top floor (3rd floor) and it's the only room on that floor so it has a lot of privacy. It comes with a full kitchen and living room!  The suite could sleep 3 easily.

    The house was huge and homey! They have a fully stocked bar and every morning hot breakfast is served by their own personal chef, Michael! You can't get this at any hotel in New Orleans, at least not for this price. There's brownies and cake laid out for us to snack on. The house bar is based on an honor system. Whatever you drink you mark down on the sheet and you'll be charged accordingly at checkout.  However every guest is offered a welcome drink on the house of your liking at check-in.

    The location is great too. It's located in the garden district. It's very safe and within walking distance to the cable street car, restaurants and shopping on Magazine St. Parking is plentiful too, either on the street or on the side of the house.

    I was shocked to see there weren't more Yelp reviews for this B&B but I think most of the people that stay here prefer to review on Trip Advisor.  Maison Perrier is the 2nd most popular B&B in New Orleans with 4.5+ start reviews.  

    In summary, I would definitely stay here again in a heart beat!  Tom and Patricia are extremely knowledgeable and are very friendly.  This is Southern hospitality at its best!  Thank again for a great 5 days!!!

    07/04/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. J V.
    This B&B was amazing.  

    My wife and I stayed at Maison Perrier for our 10 year wedding anniversary.  It was wonderful.  Tom and Patricia were great hosts.  Tom gave us a bottle of wine to help celebrate the occasion and Patricia cooked up really great breakfast feasts (Patricia is super into running and offered to show us the choicest routes in the area).  The house was gorgeous. Tall ceilings, well furnished to make you both comfortable and feel like you are staying somewhere swanky.  We stayed in the Jasmine room which had access to the front balcony which made for relaxing afternoons in the rain after we had walked around the Garden District all morning.

    We will definitely be back.

    06/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Elizabeth N.
    Maison Perrier is amazing!   It has always been the only option we have ever considered when visiting my brother and his family in New Orleans.   When he got married - our entire family (I think they have 14 rooms) stayed at the Bed and Breakfast for the entire weekend.  

    Why Maison Perrier is Great:

      -- Tom and Patricia are the best hosts - they know everything about the city and  can help you with recommendations, reservations, airport pickups or any other activities you may need help with.

     -- Happy Hour!  They have wine / cheese / beer every evening!  Perfect before you head out for dinner.  

     -- Michael, the chef, makes AMAZING breakfasts - Praline French Toast is absolutely unforgettable.  There is always amazing fresh fruit with breakfast

    -- Homemade Brownies and Lemon cake available 24 / 7 - just help yourself!

    -- Honor Bar - Soda / Draft Beer / Wine is available 24/7 - just mark what you take and they will bill you at checkout (except during Happy Hour when all drinks are free)

    -- Great decor

    --  The have all types of rooms depending on what you are looking for.  From a single room, to amazing suite, to one with a private kitchen / living room attached.

    The only watch outs - There is street parking (plenty of it) and the room right by kitchen (it is the cheapest room)  has noise in the morning as breakfast is prepared.

    Don't waste your time with other places - go to Maison Perrier.

    24/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Jenn S.
    My husband and I took a short "mini-moon" to New Orleans after our wedding back home, and couldn't have been more impressed and pleased by our stay at Tom and Patricia's beautiful Maison Perrier. Less than a block from my long ago apartment on Milan Street, Maison Perrier is elegant and comfortable, spacious and inviting, with fresh air and nicely updated bathroom features (I say this to point out the contrast with the cliche B&B reputation for musty air and crumbling faucets).Tom and Patricia are warm and helpful, yet unobtrusive, and the Maison Perrier allows for as much privacy or conviviality as please you. Breakfasts are tasty and of variety, and there is even a well-assembled reference book of dining destinations, sorted by neighborhood (kind of an important part of touring New Orleans!). The location is a short walk to a stretch of Magazine Street or the St Charles streetcar line, and an inexpensive cab deeper into the Quarter or to music on Frenchmen Street.

    If you are planning a trip to NOLA, stay Uptown (versus the Quarter or the Central Business District of high rises) and confidently book a room at the Maison Perrier!

    23/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Adrian Robert H.
    I'd rate 85%
    Great B&B!

    My gf and I had the chance to visit this bed & breakfast recently.
    It's a wonderful house built in the late 19th century with a good mix of classic and tasteful modern touches.

    Rooms are furnished pretty well, and the common areas are a great place to relax over breakfast or the end of the day.  There's always complementary cakes, tea, coffee around.  Most drinks are very reasonably priced from a few dollars.

    The innkeepers are very nice and go out of their way to help you with your travel plans.  The service here is great.

    The surrounding area is a residential neighborhood that's pretty low key, relaxing, and has a lot of cool houses.  It's close to St Charles Street, which is great for walks.  There is also a good number of cafes and restaurants within a mile of so.  I did not expect this, but was pleasantly surprised.

    It isn't close to the French quarter, but it's close to the tram stops on St Charles Street, which should take approx 15-20 mins to get there, or around $10 in cab fare.  Parking is also plentiful in the area.

    Only thing I didn't care for was the thermostat in common areas.  We arrived during late December, and other guests often turned up the heater very high.  This made it difficult for us to sleep at times, or woke us up in the middle of the night in uncomfortable 90 degree heat.  

    Also, the rooms can be a bit thin.  We had Darth Vader in the room next to us when we stayed, and he kept us up with some extraordinarily heavy breathing.

    Prices are very reasonable for what you get.


    31/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Maranda W.
    My boyfriend and I recently took a 5 day trip to New Orleans and stayed 4 nights in Maison Perrier and it was without a doubt the most lovely B&B we have ever experienced. The staff was so incredibly welcoming and helpful. Tom and Patricia are just amazingly hospitable! Our room was just gorgeous (We stayed in Claudette).  The neighborhood was quiet and beautiful, but we could easily access public transit. Breakfast was delicious every single morning. They even have a bar with wine and beer! I hope to return to New Orleans for vacations in the future, and I can't imagine wanting to stay anywhere else!

    12/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Ksenja T.
    This is one of the best B&Bs in all of New Orleans. Our experience was wonderful, and the place really felt like a second home.

    The house is located on Perrier and a three minute walk to the St.Charles Streetcar. The area is very close to the Garden district, Tulane, Loyola, Audubon Park and Zoo to name a few. It is not close to the French Quarter--which may be a bonus for some. It really felt like we were residents of New Orleans. The area was safe and we noticed patrol cars monitoring the area, so if you're followed home--don't be alarmed. There are a few restaurants nearby as well.

    Tom and Patricia were the best hosts. They were very caring and informative and were really up to date on restaurants, events etc. They have a lot of brochures/maps/magazines as well available to the guests.

    The interior of the house is absolutely beautiful. Very old style, victorian and very spacious. The common living room area is huge and our room was spacious as well. We stayed in the Claire room. The king bed was a bonus and the washroom was also big. I just wish there had been more mirrors and the pressure of the shower head a bit stronger.

    There is a cold and hot breakfast. The hot breakfast runs from 8:30-9:30 and it was absolutely delicious. We had egg frittata, french toast, scrambled eggs and bread pudding during our stay. There are also brownies and came available 24 / 7 as well as an open honor bar. The honor bar has water, beer and wine and you just check off what you take and settle the bill at the end when you leave.

    To make reservations, you must make a deposit on the room and settle the account upon arriving. Great experience, lovely place.  Highly recommend it.

    19/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. Shannon C.
    My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights on a trip to New Orleans. We love it! Owners and staff are very friendly and helpful. Breakfast during 8:30-9:30am is filling and delicious. Sheets and towels are soft and clean. We did stay in the Desiree room because we wanted to stay on budget and it's right off of the kitchen, which means somewhat noisy mornings if you plan on sleeping in-this didn't bother us personally.

    Location in Garden district is gorgeous and convenient to bus and streetcar stops to get to French Quarter. $12 cab ride to there as well.

    We can't wait to come back! We even will be bringing our children next time :)

    31/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0