The Burgundy is a small and cozy gay owned and operated New Orleans Bed & Breakfast Inn in the Faubourg Marigny, just a few blocks from the French Quarter. The guests of our B and B accommodations are a perfect mix of lesbians, gay men and straight men and women – come enjoy our Louisiana hospitality, as we cater to your individual wants and needs! We can guide you to many local sites and attractions – including restaurants, shopping, music clubs and lesbian and gay New Orleans bars.
The Burgundy Bed and Breakfast has 4 guest rooms, each with its own private bath. We share the courtyard, spa, porches and the dining room with our guests. And there is a parlor and a galley kitchen for the guests to share. The parlor is a meeting point, sitting room, library (videos and books) and “cyber-cafe” – we have free wireless Internet throughout the house – all in one. The galley kitchen has a refrigerator, sink, microwave, coffee maker and toaster oven. The rear porch opens onto a courtyard, which is suitable for sunbathing. Across the courtyard is the half-open “tub house”, in which the spa (whirlpool, hot tub, Jacuzzi) is located. We have a “clothing optional” policy in the spa and sunbathing area.
We request that our smoking guests restrict smoking to the back porch and the courtyard.
The Burgundy Bed and Breakfast is located in the historic Faubourg Marigny,
• in the immediate vicinity of restaurants and bars (including six of New Orleans’ gay bars)
• suitable for jogging and near the “Country Club” (see Links) for swimming and more
• 2 blocks from of the Marigny – Bywater Bus stop
• 4 blocks from Elysian Fields Avenue, Marigny’s main thoroughfare
• 6 blocks (10 min / 0.4 mi / 600 m) from the Frenchman Street restaurants, bars and music clubs
• 9 blocks (15 min / 0.6 mi / 1 km) from the Riverfront / Canal Streetcar stop and from Esplanade Avenue, the “dividing line” between the French Quarter (Vieux Carré) and Faubourg Marigny.
• 15 blocks (25 min / 1 mi / 1.6 km) from the middle of the French Quarter (Jackson Square, Café du Monde or Bourbon and St. Ann, the center of New Orleans’ gay-bar scene)