The Grand Victorian Bed & Breakfast is an alluring guesthouse-style inn located just minutes from New Orleans' famous French Quarter. Designed and built in 1893 by renowned local architect, Thomas Sully, the bed and breakfast inn has been beautifully restored to its former glory to offer luxurious overnight accommodations and an elegant and refined ambiance. Nestled under the shady oaks of the grand St. Charles Avenue, the Grand Victorian Bed & Breakfast features exquisitely appointed guest rooms and suites with period décor and antique furnishings, spacious private bathrooms, and modern amenities. Several attractive communal areas around the house offer quiet places to relax or socialize with other guests, such as a historic Victorian parlor and a fully stocked library, and the elegant dining room is open all day after breakfast where complimentary coffee, tea, bottled water, and snacks are available throughout the day. The Inn’s architecturally significant Porte cochere balcony offers the perfect spot to catch the sun’s rays and soak up the stunning city views.
The Grand Victorian Bed & Breakfast features six exquisitely appointed guest rooms and two luxury suites with period décor and antique furnishings, spacious private bathrooms, and modern amenities. All guest accommodations boast beautiful walnut king or queen-size pillow-top beds with luxurious linens, plush down comforters and hypoallergenic pillows, en-suite or shared bathrooms with granite countertops and vanities, over-sized whirlpool tub/shower combinations, luxurious towels and bathrobes, and organic bath products.
Suites are spacious and light with sofas or armchairs, antique writing desks and chairs, wood-burning fireplaces, hardwood floors and finishes and plush carpeting. Modern in-room conveniences add creature comforts such as flat-screen televisions with cable channels, clock radios, telephones, irons and ironing boards, hairdryers, and complimentary wireless Internet.
A complimentary New Orleans-style breakfast is served every morning in the elegant dining room and includes freshly baked bread and pastries, seasonal fruit, cereals and homemade granola, yogurt, fruit juices, freshly brewed coffee, and tea. Gluten-free, lactose-intolerant, vegetarian, and vegan diets can be accommodated on request.
Amenities and Recreation
The Grand Victorian Bed & Breakfast features several charming communal areas around the house to relax or socialize with other guests, such as a historic Victorian parlor and a fully stocked library, and the elegant dining room, where a complimentary New Orleans-style breakfast is served every morning, is open all day where complimentary coffee, tea, bottled water, and snacks are available. The Inn’s architecturally significant Porte cochere balcony offers the perfect spot to catch the sun’s rays and soak up the stunning city views.
Weddings & Events
The Grand Victorian Bed & Breakfast offers a beautiful setting for romantic celebrations such as weddings, elopements, anniversaries and vow renewals, with several stunning venues, luxurious accommodations, modern amenities and spectacular surroundings. Sites at the Inn include the historic Victorian parlor and porte-cochere balcony overlooking St. Charles Avenue, along with the elegant dining room, and beautiful gardens.
The gentle, slow and easy-going way of life in New Orleans has earned it the nickname of ‘The Big Easy,’ and the inviting, laid-back city offers a range of attractions, activities, and entertainment for all tastes.
The French Quarter (le Vieux Carré), also known as ‘The Quarter,' is the oldest neighborhood in the city of New Orleans and steeped in history and heritage. Dating back to 1718, the district was established by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville and grew around the central square of the Vieux Carré. Home to magnificent historic buildings, cathedrals, and famous jazz clubs, the French Quarter has a history that dates back 200 years and has been designated a National Historic Landmark. Resting at the heart of the French Quarter is the 18th-century historic Jackson Square, formerly known as the ‘Place d’Armes’ and later renamed in honor of the Battle of New Orleans hero Andrew Jackson. Overlooking the Mississippi River, the square is surrounded by famous old buildings, including the St. Louis Cathedral, the Presbytere and Cabildo Museums and the stunning Pontalba Apartments, as well as a plethora of restaurants, museums, cafés and art galleries.
Tucked between St Charles Avenue and Magazine Street in uptown New Orleans, the historic Garden District is a famous neighborhood that is home to a beautifully preserved collection of antebellum mansions, immaculate gardens, and tree-lined avenues. Established by Barthelemy Lafon in 1832 as an upper-class settlement for new American residents to the city, the area flourished as lavish homes were built in the Italianate, Greek Revival and Victorian styles on large plots surrounded by spectacular gardens. Today, the district is home to several movie stars and celebrities, the famous Lafayette Cemetery # 1 and some boutiques and excellent restaurants, including the renowned Commander’s Palace Restaurant.
2727 St. Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70130, Phone: 504-895-1104 or 800-977-0008