Location415 Dauphine St., New Orleans, LA 70112
Attentive service, special features and a great location in the heart of the French Quarter make the Dauphine Orleans Hotel a perfect choice for the bridal couple. The secluded and beautifully landscaped Hermann House Courtyard accommodates up to 50 guests for the ceremony and reception with 14 spacious guests rooms for your special out of town guests.
The Dauphine Orleans Hotel offers hotel room blocks for your guests. Click here to request a proposal.
If you require 10 rooms or less, the Dauphine Orleans Hotel offers preferred rates for your guests that can be reserved online. This link can be shared with your guests. The link is https://www.jcollectionhotels.com/my-wedding.
Carriage House King
Located in a former eighteenth century Carriage House, guestrooms feature a king bed, seating area and surround a private courtyard
Hermann House Suite
Located across the street from the Main House and former 19th century home of merchant Samuel Hermann. Fourteen guest rooms surround a private courtyard. Two one bedroom Hermann House Suites are available and both feature a king bed and spacious living area
The Dauphine Orleans courtyard setting is perfect for your intimate New Orleans wedding. Escape easily with our Elopement Package and exchange vows surrounded by enchanting Crescent City details like old English brick, Southern sun porches and 18th
and 19th-century architecture.
Our Carriage House or Hermann House courtyards can accommodate from 2 – 25 guests. Each elopement package includes:
- Courtyard rental
- On-site liaison
- Wedding officiant
- Floral bridal bouquet & boutonniere
- Traditional two-tiered wedding cake
- Bottle of Champagne for toasting
- White ceremony chairs
May Baily’s Place
415 Dauphine St., New Orleans, LA 70112 | 504-588-1314 | Website
May Baily’s Place, was once one of the better known bordellos as part of the red-light district, known as Storyville, that existed from 1897-1917 in New Orleans. The modest cottage at 423 Rue Dauphine, built in 1821, was once one of the better known bordellos operating on the fringe of Storyville. Today May Baily’s Place is decorated in a Victorian style with portraits of madams by New Orleans’ famous Storyville photographer E.J. Bellocq. A framed copy of the operating license issued to May Baily is displayed at the bar. Our Bordello guest suite takes an appropriate featured place above May Baily’s, and a red light still burns in the courtyard next to it as a testimony to its history.