Discover a selection of 1,000 vacation rentals in New Orleans Central Business District that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and WiFi. Prices start at $93 per night, and houses and condos are popular options for a stay in New Orleans Central Business District. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Experience Central Business District in a B&B

Bed & breakfast establishments in the Central Business District put you right in the center of all of the downtown activity. You'll have access to a wealth of businesses in the French Quarter along Canal Street, Bouquet Street, and Bourbon Street, which are full of active and vibrant nightlife and live music clubs. You can travel to famous restaurants like Mulate's and Mother's, the birthplace of the po'boy. The New Orleans Riverwalk, the Convention Center, and the aquarium are all part of the business district. There's tons of excitement and adventure to be had from your Central Business District B&B in New Orleans.

Things to do

Cheer on the Saints from Central Business District

This skyscraper-laden downtown district is home to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, home of the local football team, the Saints, and their fans who come to cheer on their heroes. When the Saints aren't playing, the venue often hosts musical events, from top national and international artists. For more musical greats, swing by the Howlin' Wolf for great sounds and stand-up comedy. You won't be far away from culture when you stay at a Central Business District vacation rental and the theaters at Canal Place are a great place to catch a flick and a bite to eat.


Take a steamboat in Central Business District

So, you arrived at your Central Business District vacation rental, but what do you do in the New Orleans' downtown? Fear not, this district teems with trendy bars, eateries and some serious retail spaces. If you're in town on a Saturday and you like to eat, make a beeline for the Crescent City Farmers Market, where you can pick up Southern produce like freshly-caught shrimp to take back to your rental. Alternatively, hop on board the Steamboat Natchez for a 2-hour cruise and experience that French quarter elegance, while dining on Creole cuisine accompanied by the sounds of live jazz music.


Escape the cold weather in Central Business District

The best time to stay in a Central Business District vacation rental is during the spring months, when the climate is more agreeable, and the Mardi Gras festivities are in full swing. If you're looking to get away from the cold winters further north, New Orleans might just be your new best friend. It might not be hot between December and February, but the mild climes might just be the ticket. The humid summers aren't the peak season around here, but if you don't mind the sizzling temperatures, you can score some bargains on rentals.

Natural features

Dive into the aquarium in Central Business District

This built-up urban sprawl has little in the way of nature or wildlife, bar the odd backyard critter. If getting face-to-face with wildlife is important, you should make a beeline for the Aquarium of the Americas, which houses more than 10,000 creatures within its impressive walls. It would simply be impossible to list every creature at the aquarium, but highlights include a whole tank of sharks, shoals of piranhas and magnificent stingrays. In the Amazon exhibit, you shouldn't skip spotting the huge anaconda, nor should you miss the white alligator at the Mississippi River gallery.

How many vacation rentals are available around New Orleans Central Business District?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 1,031 vacation rentals around New Orleans Central Business District. From 233 house rentals to 672 condo and apartment rentals, find the best place to stay with your family and friends to discover the New Orleans Central Business District area.