French Quarter Mansion Boutique Hotel, a Hospitality of New Orleans property, is a Creole Mansion located in the heart of the historic New Orleans French Quarter on 730 Dumaine, snuggled between Bourbon and Royal Street. It was built in 1820 by John Fritz Miller to house his family and law practice of Christian Rosaleus, founder of Tulane University School of Law.

The French Quarter Mansion Boutique Hotel is now a 9 unit luxury guesthouse, which retains all of its original architectural detail, carefully altered to accommodate today's conveniences, featuring all privately accessed self-contained accommodations with in-suite bathrooms, rooms, and so much more.

 

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As a full-service luxury vacation rental company, Hospitality of New Orleans strives to provide each of our guest with a seamless, exceptional experience. When you stay in in any of our premier properties, you get a unique home all to yourself, equipped with comfortable beds, crisp white linens, bathroom and kitchen essentials.

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Ms. David, a native of Washington state, has an extensive background in real estate and accounting. Her experience includes her work as a property manager and subsequently Chief Operating Officer of Vander Hoek Corporation where she was responsible for the overall operational and financial performance of the commercial and residential properties. She supervised the accounting, budgeting and leasing functions for approximately 400,000 sq. ft. of commercial and residential properties and monitored a construction loan budget of $25 million.  

In addition, Ms. David managed all of the commercial tenants accounts and services for Harbor Properties, Inc. in downtown Seattle. She currently supervises the residential management and leasing for our multi-family units.