A flavorful breakfast, boutique rooms and a Lower Garden District location add the allure of the Fleur de Lis Mansion. The Fleur de Lis is housed in a historic landmark built in 1824. Its eight colorfully decorated rooms have themed names like Jazz Room and Hollywood Room, and come with plush beds, Wi-Fi access, flat-panel TVs and mini-fridges. Some rooms have some combination of clawfoot tubs, four-poster beds, fireplaces, movie projectors and kitchens with Viking appliances. Rise and shine to the breakfast of king cake, fruit, coffee, juice and more. The mansion also has a 12-person hot tub, fire pit, water fountain, garden, fish pond and free parking. The Fleur de Lis is in the Lower Garden District, six blocks south of the National World War II Museum and a half-mile west of the Mississippi River, Port of New Orleans and cruise terminal. The St. Charles Steetcar line is a half-mile northwest and Bourbon Street and the French Quarter are about a mile north. Louis Armstrong International Airport is 12 miles away. A historic mansion setting and convenient location not far from the French Quarter make the Fleur de Lis a good pick for our guests.