One block off Elysian fields. Adjacent to Hotel Peter Paul. Three blocks from the heart of Frenchmen St. Two blocks from the new Roberts Fresh Market. Three blocks from Rampart streetcar line and many clubs and restaurants located there. One Block from Washington Square Park and a Nola Bluebike Kiosk. (Bluebikesnola.com) Walking distance to the New Orleans Healing Center.
“Robert is a fabulous host. His place is roomy, clean, and cozy. The outdoor patio was my favorite because it is like a jungle back there; plus, you hear a constant waterfall in the background. The location was perfectly convenient to my preferences and the neighborhood is quaint and beautiful. You will not regret this! Oh, and he had everything one could possibly need in the home from drinks to medicine to Lysol wipes to party favors. The bed sheets were super soft!! Thanks Robert! P. S. - About a 15-20 min walk to the quarter. Not bad! also, don’t be surprised to see cats hanging around. But don’t worry, they don’t bother you or get close.”
Why rent a room when you can rent a tiny house for your trip to New Orleans. This 650 sq ft home is just steps away from the French Quarter. Everything from Bourbon Street, Frenchmen Street, streetcar, bikeshare, and the Central Business District are all just a short stroll away. Private entrance through luscious garden. Perfect for a couple or a couple of friends. Cleaning fee is included in nightly rate. (City License: 18STR-15360; Operator License: 19OSTR-27023)
“Brett and Brad's place was everything we had hoped it to be and then some. It was perfect for a best friend getaway in New Orleans. Brett was very hospitable and kind. He regularly checked in with us to make sure we were good, or to see if we needed anything at all. I couldnt have picked a better spot to stay!”
Brand new cozy 1-bedroom apartment 3 blocks from the French Quarter, located in the historic Tremé neighborhood. Join us to experience a timeless city with a unique way of life, New Orleans is a journey and a celebration. Steeped in European traditions and Caribbean influences, the Big Easy calls curious minds to sweet sounds and savory aromas fueled by three hundred years of history.
“The check-in instructions were spot on, and the place was easy to find. It’s close enough to the French Quarter to be a quick drive from anything exciting happening, but far enough away that you’re able to sleep peacefully. The place is exactly as it’s pictured, and has everything you need to have a home away from home. You WON’T be disappointed in this choice!”