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Recent New Orleans reviews

  • A neat little cottage in the middle of everything!

    "My husband and I met some friends from the UK for their first visit to New Orleans and this cottage was the perfect venue for us to catch up and to rest after a long day of sightseeing. The cottage had everything we could have needed and more, and was positioned within walking distance of many interesting restaurants and public transportation. I walked in the neighborhood every morning very early and never felt uncomfortable or afraid even though I passed many revelers still partying from the night before :) All part of New Orleans! Sidney, the house manager, was an absolute delight and gave us some great tips re where to eat etc. in addition to providing car service for us back to the airport. We had a delightful visit with our friends and all the little touches such as quality sheets and the Keurig coffee pot made for a very pleasant stay. Thank you Erin."
    Guest: Jennifer M. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 12, 2016
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  • Simply put exceeded all my expectations

    "I cannot say enough wonderful things about the New Orleans Firehouse, simply put it exceeded all my expectations. We were amazed the moment my party walked in on how impressive it is. The Firehouse was able to blended modern style seamlessly within it's historic roots. All 7 bedrooms were large and comfortable, the upstairs living area offered a great place to gather and relax before or after going out, and the tall ceilings everywhere made it feel immense. It's best feature, I thought, was the downstairs living area. Which has two large fire doors that open creating an extremely unique outdoor space. My party spent hours sitting down there drinking, laughing, having fun all while enjoying the great weather and taking in the fun flavor of the neighborhood. Speaking of the Firehouse's neighborhood, I was very impressed with the Marigny-Bywater area. This was my second visit to New Orleans and the first time I've stayed outside the French Quarter. I felt this added to our trip making it more unique and less "touristy". The neighborhood is very lively and had a ton going itself. My group spent hours just a block west of the Firehouse at the Lost Love bar and lounge. A few blocks east of the Firehouse are some very eclectic restaurants and cafes, and a little south of it is a beautiful river walk, all nestled within a friendly, colorful neighborhood with tons of character. However if you're worried about staying outside the French Quarter, DON'T BE! With a mix of walking and Uber we never felt too far away from all the action. Of course a 110 year old building is going to have it's wear and tear. Some of the floorboards squeak, the stairs up to the second level are a workout to get up, the 110 year old lock on the master bathroom door did not work, and yes when raining there was some leakage. But not nearly to the extent some other reviews have suggested. The property manager Nancy, who was wonderful to work with, seemed more concerned about that than me. Any negatives of the Firehouse were only a minor inconvenience, this property is overwhelmingly impressive and a great place to stay. Everyone in my party would agree that our trip to New Orleans was better because we stayed at the Firehouse. We can claim our stay was a more unique, positive and different experience than anyone else because we chose this property. I hope I'm fortunate enough to one day stay there again."
    Guest: Reid J. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 7, 2016
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