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Recent French Quarter reviews

  • Clean, comfortable, and classy

    "Superb location steps to Bourbon, local bars, and Jackson square. A group of 4 of us stayed here and it was perfect. We have all stayed in NOLA before in nice hotels, but after staying here we will never go back to the hotel experience in this city. We were able to go to the markets and grab food and drinks easily saving us hundreds of dollars over our stay. This location allowed us to be infused in the neighborhood and explore the Quarter outside of just Bourbon St. Truly feel we all had a more authentic experience cause we found restaurants and bars that were full of locals and not just the tourists. Property is a little loud until 2am or so, but we were not really home much to hear it. No one goes to NOLA for sleep - and although the beds were EXTREMELY COMFORTABLE- the nightlife drew us out of the house. Accommodations were clean, nicely appointed, and with two couples the set-up allowed a shared vacation with privacy as the two bedrooms are on different floors and each had their own full bathroom. We will definitely be back! Owners were very helpful, quick to respond, and courteous before and after our arrival. We had no problems with the home so did not need to bother them during our stay. Can't say enough about this location and unit, for two couples it's cheaper than two hotel rooms, more space, better location, and gives you the opportunity to save money on drinks and food with the kitchen. Leave drinks in the fridge and run off Bourbon a few steps to refill and watch the savings add up in that category alone."
    Guest: Adam R Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 26, 2015
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  • A little bit of heaven

    "While I could certainly reaffirm the many positive comments of folks who have stayed here before us – location, amenities, comfort, etc. – I’ll go into a few of the things I enjoyed most. As background info, this was a spring break jaunt for me, my husband and 18 year old daughter, and the condo was big enough for all (but small enough to be adorable by my standards!) You know how sometimes you can tell what kind of day you’re going to have the minute you step into the shower? Well let me tell you that a day here begins with lots of hot water, a pulsating shower head, and fluffy soft towels. Coffee is brewing, cool air is coming through the doors all along the balcony, and the sound of birds in the area welcomes you to the day. Heading out for the days adventure, you can turn down Bourbon Street at the corner or continue down Esplanade and meet up with the Riverfront Trolley at the end of the street. Stop off at the French Market first, and catch a Mexican lunch at El Gato Negro right across the street from the big tents. Further into the French Quarter is Café du Monde – that’s a tradition worth going off your no-sugar diet for, and be sure to keep your ears peeled for Wael Elhalaby, a street musician playing beautiful violin music around the French Quarter. Lots to do and see, and while resting up between sightseeing and dining, I most enjoyed plopping in the cool enclosed courtyard of the condo, with a book in hand – you can’t get that kind of serenity in a hotel. At the end of the day you’ll begin to smell the delicious scent of burgers wafting from the Port of Call, directly across the street from the condo. You won’t be able to resist the siren’s call of that meal, and even if you find that you have to wait a bit, it’s well worth it. Rolling contently back across the street, a comfy bed awaits. After a good night’s sleep, it’s back to the shower and another memorable day. I wouldn’t hesitate to contact Emir again should my travels take me to New Orleans. Enjoy!"
    Guest: Laurie V. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 7, 2014
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  • The Real French Quarter Experience

    "My Husband and I stayed in the Carriage house on Royal Street during the last week of Mardi Gras. (Our first visit to NOLA). From the moment we arrived we knew we had made a fabulous choice. The location was perfection, walking distance to all the top galleries and fine dining, An easy walk to Cafe DuMonde and Jackson Square, and if you like, to Bourbon street. Even though we were only a block from Bourbon, it was quiet and felt safe. Its easy to get a pedi cab to the parades if you need one. The carriage house is small, but comfy, the big bed was filled with pillows to sink in and sleep like a baby after a day of exploring. Tiny kitchen was perfect for making morning coffee and late night snacks. Bathroom is tiny but has everything you need. You must love old houses and expect this vibe here,This isnt a cookie cutter hotel experience.The courtyard was beautiful filled with flowers and fruit trees. if you want to absorb the French Quarter atmosphere and true Southern Hospitality look no further, The owners were fabulous and invited us up to the main house to toss beads from the Gallery and have a cocktail. The Main house is amazing and filled with beautiful art and details. We hope to come back with our adult sons and rent the main house in the future. The big house second story would be a Honeymooners dream, large canopy bed and fabulous decor. We cant wait to come back!!!!"
    Guest: Suzanne S. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 18, 2015
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  • Perfect Location/Charming Condo

    "My sister and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this condo. We could walk to everything. Absolutely no need for a car rental. The condo itself is well equipped, safe and secure. The bed is very comfortable with nice linens. The courtyard is quaint and peaceful. After long walks, we spent a great deal in the courtyard, much to our enjoyment. The free, shared washer and dryer in the courtyard was a nice touch and came in handy. It took us awhile to find a decent grocery store. If you are wondering, Rouses is by far the best for a good selection of fresh vegetables, breads and meats. Hotel St. Marie offers a great breakfast at the Vacherie, 2 blocks down. If I was to say one negative thing about the condo, the steam shower is lovely but the shower stall itself is very small. Other than that, it was perfect and I would stay here again."
    Guest: kathy v. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 12, 2015
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