The Biscuit Palace Guest House in New Orleans Louisiana
The Biscuit Palace Guest House New Orleans Louisiana Guesthouse Apartments Lodgings Accommodations

Manager: Clayton Boyer

Bedrooms: 8

Address: 730 Dumaine, New Orleans, LA 70116 USA

Telephone: (504) 525-9949

Fax: (504) 525-9949

Activities/Attractions: At the heart of New Orleans’ enduring allure are the hundred-odd squares of the French Quarter. Alive with history, myth, music and a joie de vivre, the Vieux Carre attracts visitors from around the world to its time worn streets.

For jazz, for food, for history or for frivolity the French Quarter is a legendary destination. New Orleans has so much to see & do it is difficult to know where to begin.

"Clayton went out of his way to accommodate us and our varying needs (there were 8 of us all together, coming in at various times from various parts of the country). The location is "right there" but about two blocks away from the insanity - in other words, perfect! Also, the Clover Grill across the street has the best breakfast (or midnight snacks) you could want."

"I have visited New Orleans probably 20 times over the last 10 years, and this is by far my favorite place to stay. The location is perfect, and the Barracks Apartment was a great deal. Although my old knees are still a little sore from climbing the stairs! We'll be back in the fall, since I can hardly wait for another great breakfast at the Clover Grill. Thanks, Clayton."

"Great location in the French Quarter. Just two blocks from the busy part of Bourbon Street. It's close enough to walk to Bourbon Street, but away from the crowds and noise. The Dumaine Suite is an excellent value with two queen beds, a kitchen with coffee maker (and coffee) and a sitting area with sofa and TV."

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Biscuit Palace Guest House

Biscuit Palace Guest House Patio

Biscuit Palace Guest House Suite

Biscuit Palace Guest House Bedroom

Biscuit Palace Guest House Terrace

General Information: The Biscuit Palace Guest House in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana retains all of its original architectural detail, unobtrusively altered to accommodate today's conveniences. The Biscuit Palace is truly an "Old World" environment, featuring all privately accessed accommodations.

This Creole Mansion was built in 1820, to house the law office and family of Christian Rosaleus, founder of Tulane University School of Law. All accommodations are electrically cooled and heated, and have private phones. A Mini Suite offers:

  • large room
  • private bath
  • queen bed
  • TV
  • refrigerator
  • coffeemaker
  • front or inner balcony

A Suite offers:

  • complete one bedroom apartment
  • sleeps four
  • two on daybed with trundle in living room

Payment Accepted: Amex, Visa, MasterCard.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars)


(10% discount on stays of 7 or more nights)

"We were very impressed with the room/apartment and the stairs were worth the climb. We can't wait till we can visit again, hopefully this July!! I have personally recommended your place to a few friends for their stays in N.O."

"The Biscuit Palace added to our enjoyable stay in New Orleans. Clayton was wonderful; we initially had problems making the reservation (due to problems on our end), but Clayton was very accommodating."