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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 Louisiana reviews

  • 1st timers to NOLA

    "This property was amazing and everything was as listed. Beautiful home in Mid-city and close to everything we need or wanted to visit. John was very helpful and accommodated to our needs and questions. We had 6 adults and everyone one had more then enough room to feel at home. We're looking into booking again during the summer time."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 16, 2015
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  • Great for a family, clean, comfortable

    "Highly recommend. This was perfect for our family. We spent 3 nights here with our kids, ages 8 and 12. The location is just steps off Magazine Street, with many shops and restaurants, but the home is quiet and relaxing after a busy day of sightseeing. We walked to the street line on St. Charles and took it downtown for the French Quarter, French Market, aquarium, and more. We also easily took the streetcar the other way to the zoo and Garden District. We aren't used to public transportation, but from this location we were able to park the car for two days and still get where we wanted to go. Riding the streetcars was part of the fun. The bus is even closer. The home itself is nicely furnished with two spacious bedrooms, with the living/kitchen area in between. Beds were comfortable, and the entire place was clean. A bonus is the large collection of books and CDs, which we all enjoyed browsing. The wi-fi access was also helpful. The balcony is a nice place to read, enjoy the night air, or watch people coming and going on Magazine. The kitchen is small but was enough for us to fix breakfast, lunch, and night-time snacks a few times. The owners' house is separate and across the yard, so we still had plenty of privacy. We met the owners and could have found them easily if there had been any problems. We had a great vacation and this place was everything we needed!"
    Guest: Julie P. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 23, 2015
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  • Buckner Mansion

    "Magnificent and unforgettable!"
    Guest: Susan Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 30, 2014
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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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