POTENTIAL TO SLEEP 9!
-1 queen in 1st room
-2 queens in 2nd room
-1 queen in 3rd room
This is a beautifully renovated space in a 150 year old Victorian style mansion. It is part of the colorful makeup of the Treme neighborhood where many homes contribute to the unique architectural style that is uniquely New Orleans. Colorful characters, brass bands and second lines are all a part of your world in this space.
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Access to the building is through coded locks for the all main entrances and guest apartments. For this unit you will access your apartment via the front door. You will being going to apartment #2. Check your Airbnb email itinerary 2 days before your trip for the codes. Guests have access to the courtyard in the back as well as a back building for washing and drying clothes during their stay.
Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions. I will be available at any time to answer questions regarding your stay at Kerlerec House. I can be reached at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (Emily).
Parking is easily available directly outside in front of the house. Free parking becomes less available the closer you get to the Quarter. Depending on how much time you plan to spend in the Quarter it is sometimes more economical to Uber or call a taxi.
As with any destination, we recommend that vacationers and convention attendees practice common sense and do not wander into deserted,non-tourist areas of the city.
The New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) and its tourism partners maintain great relationships with the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) and newly-appointed Superintendent Michael S. Harrison. The NOPD's senior leadership team is happy to meet with CVB customers about their specific groups. In addition, the New Orleans CVB informs the top leadership of the NOPD of the complete convention and visitor schedule so they may provide customized coverage in areas where specific events are occurring.
The NOPD has implemented a new "Special Events Deployment Plan." This plan essentially blankets the hospitality area (the French Quarter, Canal Street, the Marigny and Treme neighborhoods) with nearly twice the number of NOPD officers, dressed in new fluorescent vests, during major event weekends. In addition, the NOPD now enforces a curfew ordinance in the French Quarter, which prohibits minors under the age of 17 to be in the French Quarter streets unaccompanied by an adult after 8 p.m. on weekends.
-Have fun, and respect the home!
-This may or may not sound like a bit much, (despite it being common sense in some countries) it would be appreciated if shoes were taken off at the door.
-Please keep in mind that if anything goes missing that we do have to charge! It is a joy to provide every possible amenity for our guests and it is unfortunate when things get taken.
-In some cases you may be charged for damaged or stained linens (depending on the price of the linen, most sheets cost $25-$45).
-There is an extra cleaning fee of $200 dollars for vomit. (same as Uber)
-No pets are allowed, if we find that you have brought a pet against our wishes we will request $200 for compensation.
***However it is completely understood that accidents happen and you will be charged only under reasonable circumstances.