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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent French Quarter reviews

  • What a find!

    "This creole cottage was truly a great find for our first trip to NOLA. At a very reasonable price, we had more than enough room for the 4 of us, able bodied middle agers intent on walking as much as we could on our trip. And walk we did ---- every day down Esplanade to the French Quarter, which was about a 20 minute walk. The Bathrooms were roomy, the wi fi worked, and the kitchen was excellent, even though we never really cooked in it --- way too many places to eat! Every night we would come back in a cab (for a minimal fee and well worth it) to a nice secure gate, where our car was safely parked behind for the length of the trip. One day we even walked North of the place to the art museum and Morning Call for beignets --- so this place was centrally located, and we would come again. A bonus is Dr. Pat, the owner, who has her house nearby and nicely tucked into the beautiful landscaping on the grounds."
    Guest: Donna B. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: January 22, 2015
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  • Awesome Condo & Walkable to everything in the French Quarter - Highly Recommended!!!

    "My wife and I visited New Orleans for the first time this past November and stayed in this condo which exceeded our expectations. It is a cute 3rd floor condo that is located a block and a half from Bourbon Street. It is set up like a studio apartment with a small kitchen (including stove, sink, microwave, and small fridge/freezer), small bathroom with shower, sitting area, and a very comfortable bed. It was the perfect amount of space for 2 people on vacation. It is a steal at the rate they are offering - you could stay at the Royal Sonesta or Four Points Hotel which are close by but easily more than double the price. The condo is on a very quiet, safe, residential street. Condo is close to many great restaurants and attractions and everything is within walking distance so there’s no need for a car! By far, the best part of the rental was dealing with the owners. They are very easy to get in touch with and answered all my silly questions always within a few hours. They send you a little guide to the condo and the French Quarter before your arrival which is helpful. The owners were also very accommodating, allowing us to place our luggage in the condo early. They ship you the keys a couple weeks before your stay along with some information. Payment for the condo is done via Paypal which allows easy refund of the security deposit after sending the keys back. The owners also recommended a taxi service (Baby Ruth) which was excellent - timely and reliable. Fare from the airport for 2 people was $33 (not including tip). I would highly recommend this place to anyone visiting the French Quarter – they owners are excellent to deal with and the condo’s location, convenience and amenities can’t be beat! Thanks for a great experience - I will definitely stay here again when we come back!"
    Guest: Tony D. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 3, 2014
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  • Extraordinary French Quarter Home

    "Arrived in a white limo for a four day celebration of my 70th birthday. My friends and I were looking forward to a great time. If you are looking for a perfect place in the French Quarter you've got to try this place. I've never had a manager (Nikki) come over and treat all of us like family. She gave us vital information about the area and the best places to go and restaurants in which to eat. Talking with the owner of the home was a wonderful experience. You could tell that she loves the home and wants everyone of her tenants to love it also. There are photographs all around the house of her family and friends which give it a homey feeling. We sat on the back porch and had morning coffee even though it was very cold. There are heaters out there that make it bearable. Large screen TVs for enjoying movies or sporting events. We watched the Patriots win a vital game. Very convenient location. We just stepped out of the front door and walked everywhere. No need for a car. There were 7 of us and plenty of room. We booked the first and second floor. The second floor has large windows that go all the way to the floor which you can pull up and walk out onto the balcony. The home is exquisitely decorated and you can tell that it was done with loving care. I plan on making another reservation soon. Enjoy!"
    Guest: Barb Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 12, 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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