The Audubon Cottages transport guests to the charm and elegance of old New Orleans. A relaxing retreat in the French Quarter, each one and two bedroom suite offers distinct accommodations that will undoubtedly be part of your unforgettable experience in New Orleans. For the comfort of all our guests, the property is 100% smoke-free. Our French Quarter cottages feature the following amenities:
- Semi-private or private courtyards. Cottages two, three and four have private courtyards
- Heated saltwater pool access
- Private sitting area in our two bedroom suites
- Waffle cotton bath robes and slippers
- Complimentary WiFi
- French Quarter butler
- Complimentary breakfast
- In-room drawer freezer and refrigerator with complimentary beverages
- Keurig® coffee and tea maker in-room
- In-room safe in each suite
- 100% smoke-free
- Garden House guest access
Our Garden House is an air conditioned space that overlooks our lush courtyard and pool. The Garden House features a bar, 42" flat screen television and cocktail seating. Guests are welcome to gather or enjoy breakfast in our Garden House. A small kitchen area is available for special events.
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Audubon Cottage One
This two-bedroom suite is the former residence of John James Audubon, who lived here while completing his Birds of America series. The cottage features a separate living room, a bedroom with one king bed and a bedroom with one queen bed. Each bedroom features its own private bath with large walk-in showers. Cottage One shares a courtyard with Cottage Seven.
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Audubon Cottage Two
This two-bedroom suite features a master King bedroom with large en suite bathroom including jacuzzi tub , double sinks and walk-in shower. The second King bedroom’s en suite bathroom includes a large walk-in shower. The ample-sized living room touts hardwood floors, elegant seating and a dining table with seating for four. The private courtyard features a fountain and wrought iron furniture.
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Audubon Cottage Three
This two-bedroom suite has a king bed in each bedroom and two en suite bathrooms with walk-in showers. A brick faux fireplace is a beautiful focus in one of the bedrooms. The separate living room features hardwood floors, elegant seatingantique furnishings and art. Cottage Three has a large private courtyard with a fountain, plenty of sunlight and seating. This suite was a known favorite of Elizabeth Taylor during her stays in New Orleans.
Audubon Cottage Four
This two bedroom, two story, suite features two bedrooms both located on the second floor. Cottage Four offers a king bedroom and a queen bedroom. Each bedroom features its own en suite bathroom with walk-in shower and access to the balcony overlooking the beautiful courtyards and pool. The large downstairs living room is just off a large, shady, private courtyard with fountain. Cottage Four is said to be haunted by a music playing soldier.
Audubon Cottage Five
This two bedroom suite offers one king bedroom and one queen bedroom, each with private bathrooms featuring walk-in showers. The living area features a faux fireplace and beautiful crystal chandelier with hardwood floors and French doors that open up to the semi-private courtyard, which is shared with Cottage Six.
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Audubon Cottage Six
The first of two one-bedroom Cottages, Cottage Six is a suite with a king bed featuring original exposed brick wall and an en suite bathroom with walk-in shower. The semi-private courtyard is shared with Cottage Five. Cottage Six adjoins Cottage Five and can be rented as a three bedroom cottage. (This Cottage does not have in-room drawer freezer and refrigerator.)
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Audubon Cottage Seven
This one-bedroom suite offers a king size bed and private en suite bathroom with walk-in shower. The semi-private courtyard features a fountain and wrought iron furniture and is shared with Cottage One. Cottage Seven was used as a studio for John James Audubon while he lived in Cottage One.