Welcome to the Melrose Mansion
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Hotel operations are currently closed, however the Melrose Mansion has plans to reopen in Spring 2021.
Perfectly situated on the edge of the French Quarter along beautiful Esplanade Avenue, the luxury boutique Melrose Mansion recalls what it might have been like to live in grand antebellum fashion in this historic Creole neighborhood called the Faubourg Marigny. If you’re in New Orleans seeking the finest amenities, superb hospitality, and personalized attention in ultimate comfort, the Melrose Mansion is the ideal choice.
The Melrose Mansion features 14 guest rooms and suites, each with a history and design all its own. Upon arriving at the Melrose Mansion, you are greeted with a warm welcome & thorough introduction to the wonderful amenities the Melrose has to offer during your stay.
Melrose Mansion ranks #9 Top Hotel in New Orleans by Conde Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards 2019!
During your stay at the Melrose Mansion, you are more than a guest, you’re family. You will be sure to experience the comforts of home, and then some, with our signature touch of southern hospitality. Enjoy your morning coffee in our quaint courtyard alongside our lush swimming pool, perfect for cooling off in the summer heat or for a relaxing evening cocktail. The Melrose Mansion makes sure you stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi & 24 hour fitness center access for your continued wellness.
This ideal location on the edge of the French Quarter provides convenient access to everything New Orleans! By day, stroll a few blocks down the avenue in the direction of the Mississippi River to check out the French Market, Café du Monde, and Jackson Square. Or pedicab your way through Royal Street’s endless unique shops and fabulous New Orleans dining offerings. The Melrose Mansion is also within walking distance to the starting points for several French Quarter Tours. And, if you’re coming to experience some of the best in New Orleans nightlife and music, Frenchman Street-the newly popular Bourbon Street alternative and locals’ hotspot-begins steps away with an array of always-lively restaurants, jazz, and live music clubs.