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Chimes Bed and Breakfast

Chimes Bed and Breakfast in New Orleans

New Orleans is magical, and where you stay in this city matters. While hotels in touristy locations abound, experiencing New Orleans with the locals can’t be beat.

The Chimes Bed and Breakfast is stamped into the fiber of the Uptown/Garden District neighborhood. This area embodies the spirit of romance, history, architecture, and discovery.

Choose among five enchanting guest rooms, each with a private entrance in an open courtyard, and a patio garden with outdoor seating. The serenity, privacy, and safety make this attractive boutique hotel one of the best places to stay in New Orleans.

At the Chimes, it’s about you!

Whatever the occasion, your hosts have in-depth knowledge about food, music, tours, spas, bars, fishing, classes, shopping, churches, festivals, wetlands, birds, yoga, transportation choices and will research the things they don’t know. With over thirty-two years of experience hosting New Orleans visitors, the stories, recommendations, and hospitality are like no other.

Eat and Explore - Unwind and Relax – Dance and Play


Room at Chimes B&B in New Orleans, LA

Guest Room 1 - Carriage House

Room at Chimes B&B in New Orleans, LA

Guest Room 2

Room at Chimes B&B in New Orleans, LA

Guest Room 3

Room at Chimes B&B in New Orleans, LA

Guest Room 4

Room at Chimes B&B in New Orleans, LA

Guest Room 5

Certificate of Excellence 2014

Certificate of Excellence 2015

Certificate of Excellence 2016

Certificate of Excellence 2017

Chimes Bed and Breakfast Reviews


Guest Reviews

“It feels as though we have been reborn in a heaven of abundance.”
Anam Thubten, Tibetan Monk

“Did you ever book a hotel and feel let down the moment you arrive with everything more and more disappointing the longer you stay? Well, this is not that place. Everything at The Chimes exceeded our expectations to the point where we can say we would come to New Orleans just to stay here.”
Phil C, Investor

“If you want a warm welcome to New Orleans and the advice your best local friend would give you to enjoy all the city has to offer, stay here.”
Beth Boquet, Professor

“To the Chimes B&B, and Jill Abbyad, the Gertrude Stein of New Orleans.”
Jim Bailey, Author (The End of Healing)

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