Chateau LeMoyne



Named for the founder of New Orleans, Jean Baptiste LeMoyne, the original building, which is home to the hotel, was built in 1847, and designed by famed architect James Gallier. Gallier designed many of the Crescent City’s most impressive structures including Gallier Hall, St. Patrick’s Church and the Pontalba buildings in Jackson Square.


A beloved boutique hotel, this is actually a Holiday Inn, so although this is what we would call a budget hotel, it has excellent amenities with a charming heated saltwater pool and lush garden courtyard.


A recent update has given it an attractive French industrial style interior to its 171 guest rooms which include 30 rooms with balconies and 11 historic suites.


The courtyard offers a tranquil escape for couples seeking romance, families who want a break from the exciting streets of the French Quarter, and business travelers who have a hiatus in between meetings. It has also been known to draw local and out of town couples seeking a quaint French Quarter wedding ceremony under the stars.

A recent visitor states:

The location is great just a block off of all the action, we had a room with a balcony and sitting out there was a great way to unwind watch what was going on. Pool and courtyard was very nice. Over all we had a great stay and would definitely stay here again. St.Augustine FL

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