Degas House      
2306 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119 , USA    
(800) 755-6730, (504) 821-5009
 
 

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  2. Beautiful Estelle Suite With Private Balcony Overlooking Historic Esplanade Aven...
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  4. Mornings At Degas House, Breakfast Is Served To Guests From 8-10. Meals Are Cook...
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$199
- $300


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Description

Circa 1852. Step into artistic history at an inn recognized by the French Ministry of Culture as a former home of Edgar Degas. In homage to the French Impressionist master, all rooms are appointed with period furniture and named for members of the Musson-Degas family. The nine guest rooms range from a two-room suite boasting a Jacuzzi tub and private balcony to cozy rooms in the third-floor garret. Rooms also feature modern amenities including air conditioning, wireless Internet, refrigerators, and large screen televisions. Recognized as the only home of Degas open to the public in the world, the inn is a popular stop for tourists who are able to purchase tickets for a home-cooked Creole breakfast and a guided tour of the courtyard, museum, and studio; the breakfast and tour are complimentary for overnight guests of the inn. A professional wedding staff is available to assist in planning a French Quarter style wedding in the courtyard and parlors.

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Rates

$199 to $300

Off Season: $159 to $240

Payment Types Accepted Include Visa, Discover, Master Card and Cash.

Amenities

This property has 9 total guest accommodations with private bath, 3 with hot tubs, 2 with whirlpools, 3 total suites, including 2 two-bedroom suites. The types of beds available include Twin, Double, Queen and King.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Cable TV
  • Coffeemaker
  • Family/Kid Friendly
  • Free parking on premise
  • Gift Shop
  • Refrigerator
  • Suitable for Events
  • Television
  • Washer
  • Wireless Internet Access

Business Traveler Amenities

  • Flexible Check in/out Times
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Modem Connection
  • Wireless Internet Access

Events Hosted

    • Seminars
    • Honeymoons
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Weddings
    • Family Reunions
    • Rehearsal Dinners
    • Holiday Parties

Parking

Off Street

Romantic Interest

This is the only home or studio in the world of Impressionist Master Edgar Degas that is open to the public in the world. We offer a full Creole Breakfast daily as well as an historic tour of the house and Degas' life in New Orleans.

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Minimum Stay Requirements

2 Night Minimum for Friday-Saturday

Cancellation

All reservations whether made online, in person, or over the phone are subject to the same cancellation policy. Guest may cancel reservation anytime between time of booking and 14 days prior to scheduled arrival. This cancellation is subject to a $40 cancellation fee. Cancellations requested within 14 days of scheduled arrival will not be refunded.

Check-in/Check-out

3pm / 11am


Other Activities

    • Sports Events, Major College
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Parks
    • Museums
    • Live Theater
    • Horseback Riding
    • Golf
    • Fishing
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Bicycling
    • Art Galleries
    • Antiquing
    • Amusement Park

Historic Interest

Few people are aware of the fact that Impressionist master Edgar Degas lived in New Orleans. Degas House, home to Edgar's maternal family, the Mussons, sits in the heart of historic Esplanade Avenue. We offer daily tours of the house (often guided by one of Degas' great-grand nieces) including our award winning documentary "Degas In New Orleans: A Creole Sojourn"

Nearby College/University

Tulane, Loyola


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Beautiful setting, welcoming staff.

Degas House and its rich history are so fascinating. Take the tour if you can! The breakfast is incredible and the kitchen staff is warm, friendly and welcoming. Make friends with Miss Sharon! This is a perfect place to spend time in New Orleans outside of the French Quarter!
James B
1/1/2015

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Love on Esplanade Avenue

We spent the first days of our marriage in New Orleans, in the Estelle Suite, at the Degas House. We chose the Estelle Suite for its gallery overlooking Esplanade Avenue. We've since heard it described as a magical place, and it certainly was so for us. Time seems to move slowly there; even the sun rises more languorously, and the day unwinds more lazily. The suite is full of charm; wide, polished-wood floors; a glittering chandelier; a day-bed by one of the floor-to-ceiling windows; a crystal decanter of tawny port on the desk; a generous, comfortable bed; a magnificent period armoire; and so much more. As beautiful as it was indoors, we spent most of our time at the Degas House on the balcony, breathing in the magnolia-scented air of the real New Orleans, chatting with passers-by, or not, as the mood struck us. We watched the herons nesting in the old oaks overhanging the streets. We drank wine. We played backgammon. We even shared a cigar. It is also a great location in New Orleans. The neighborhood held hidden treasures that we delighted in searching out, with guidance from the staff. They were very knowledgeable about New Orleans, and about the history of the house. David, Lala, Mari, Flora, James, Bettie, and Eva made our visit exceptional. Thank you very much.
Richard D

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Secret Escape-Booked all 9 Rooms!!

Never thought about booking one place for my college friends to reunite. What an awesome idea for a Secret Escape in New Orleans, while stepping into the life of Edgar Degas and exploring the history of the 18 paintings done while visiting his family in 1872/1873. Who knew that the price of a room would include a gourmet creole breakfast each morning for all of us, a welcome drink for our group, a small refigirator in each room with some bottle water and sodas, not to mention the Port/Sherry in each room. On top of that we were treated to a wonderful guide tour by Janie, a great grand niece of the Degas Family. Beautiful Oak Trees line the street in a cantopy and the staff turn us on to Cafe Degas with 15% off coupon, City Park for a little Golf (via Putt Putt for kids or for the guys Golf under century old Oak Trees) just blocks away in one direction and the French Quarter about 11 blocks in the other direction. Bus Stop right in front of Degas House. Thank you goes to an awesome staff, from housekeeper, to innkeeper to breakfast staff. We will return and recommend this Century Old Inn for its historical, yet family friendly atomspehere.
Anita Eckles
Biloxi, MS

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#1 Wedding, Rehearsal Dinner & 9 rooms

Awesome venue to bring family, bridesmaids, groomsmen to sleep, have rehearsal dinner and wedding in one awesome historical home in New Orleans. The Edgar Degas the painter actually painted 18 of the first impressionist movement in his family home. Staff is awesome, sparklers instead of rice at end, just unique ideas. Bridesmaids pictures in pajamas, whose does that!!!
Mrs. Eckles

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