The house has a spacious living room, dining room, kitchen, half bath and laundry room on the 1st floor. Two bedrooms and two full baths are upstairs, each with a queen bed. A twin size daybed is located in the master bedroom. A twin size rollaway cot as well as a queen size air mattress can also be set up to accommodate children or other guest(s) in either bedroom or the living room.
The home is appointed with soft and luxurious linens and towels, a fully furnished kitchen, cable, wifi, and all the details to make your stay enjoyable.
Attention Conventioneers! This home is so close to the Convention Center. You will love being a quick walk to a relaxing and comfortable home! By Google Maps calculation it is 0.6 mi walking distance to the main entrance (closer if you use one of the other entrances).
Plentiful free street parking is available as well as a gated driveway.
We provide an independent check-in process with a coded lockbox. No need to arrange a set time to meet us but we live on the block and are available if needed!
Family Friendly: Pack-and-Play, Stroller and High Chair provided in the house. Queen size air mattress and extra linens also stored in the house and available for your use.
Interaction with Guests:
I tend to give guests their space. However, I do live in the neighborhood and am happy to stop by and meet with you or assist in any way. Please don't hesitate to reach out!
This home is in the historic Lower Garden District, renowned for important architecture and one of the oldest neighborhoods beyond the French Quarter. Recently restored to it's turn of the century beauty, you'll enjoy a home that is full of character and original details but offers all the modern amenities that create a comfortable stay. This is a prime central location within the city for visitors and business travelers alike. A few blocks walking distance to the Warehouse District as well as shops and cafes on Magazine Street. The Garden District and French Quarter are easy to reach on foot or by car/bike.
New Orleans city center is very walkable, but there are a few other ways to get from one place to another. Here are a few that I recommend:
Streetcar: The St. Charles Streetcar line is a short 5 blocks for the house and can take you to the French Quarter or in the other direction towards the Garden District and Uptown. The streetcar is $1.25 per person (exact change required.) You may also purchase a day pass which is $3.00 per person all you can ride.
UBER / Lyft: Uber and Lyft are both great services in New Orleans. The city is geographically small, so fares are typically very affordable.
Blue Bikes: New Orleans has recently launched the bike share program, Blue Bikes. There are over 70 Blue Bike stations located around the city which makes riding from one area of the city to another very convenient. The bikes costs $0.13/minute and are prorated to the minute so you are only charged for riding time.
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