Located in the heart of New Orleans in the very central yet quiet and safe City Park Triangle neighborhood and (highly decorated), this house is full of surprises and features 3 bedrooms/ 1.5 baths, a large cooking-ready kitchen, laundry room, dining room, living room and pleasant front porch. One room has a king bed and the other two have queen beds. Also, I live nearby and am happy to help with anything you might need during your stay, should you choose to book here:)
Located in the heart of New Orleans in the desirable and especially safe City Park Triangle neighborhood and decorated by one of the city's most creative interior designers, this house is full of surprises and features 1.5 baths and 3 bedrooms, one with a king bed, another with a queen and the third with a double.
About the place: The main entrance to City Park/ Museum of Art is only 2 blocks away, the Canal Street Car is 5 blocks away, the fairgrounds a 10 minute walk and the french quarter is only 7 minutes away by car. The house has wireless internet, an extraordinary, knowledgeable host, and a charming porch where you can enjoy breakfast/ watching neighbors walk their dogs in a neighborhood which probably has the nation's highest per capita concentration of pet owners! The house is very quiet and and in a safe yet very central part of the city, close to everything! I know you'll have a great stay here and in case you were wondering - yes, that is a giant metal pelican eating a fish that you see in the background in the hallway!
UPDATE: Sorry for lack of exterior pictures, they are coming soon. I promise it's just as charming as the interior though:)
Mardi Gras: $500 per night on M-Th and $800 per night on Fri-Sun
Jazz Fest: $500 per night on M-Th and $800 per night on Fri-Sun
Superbowl: $900 per night; Sugar Bowl: $400/night
Essence Fest: $400/night; French Quarter Fest: $450/night
Voodoo Fest: $400/night; Decadence: $350/night
New Year's: $450/night
For 99.99% of people who stay over, simply making "common courtesy" the only rule would be more than sufficient. But there's always that one person who makes life more difficult. So, here's to you:
1)No outside guests or extra guests allowed in home
1a) This may be the most important "rule" and I have therefore made it number one, and it has yet to happen with the numerous guests I've hosted, but please be aware that by accepting this booking you agree that as a host, I have the right to ask you to leave if I am in any way uncomfortable with your being here. If I do this, I will offer you a full refund for the remaining time of your stay and will aid you if asked in finding new accommodations, but by accepting this booking, you agree to vacate the premises promptly if so requested. (I've learned with just a couple bad experiences that this is an all-too-important clause that would have saved me a lot of headache in the past had I included it).
2) No smoking inside
3) No drugs
4) No pets
5) There is no daily housekeeping service; fresh linens and towels are included but a daily maid service is not.
6) Please contact me a day or two before arrival to confirm ETA and keys, and to make sure I'll be there to greet you.
7)Understand that sometimes I will not be available to greet you as I have other obligations to attend to. In those scenarios, I will make sure you are able to get into the house without any problems.
8) Keys must be returned upon departure; failure to do so will result in a $100 fee to get both locks changed.
9) Guest agrees not to download any unlawful content while using the host's wifi.
10) Homeowner is not responsible for any accidents, injuries or illness that occur while on premises or its facilities.
11) Please respect noise and foot-traffic levels at night so other neighbors do not get upset.
12)Checkout is 11:00AM. If flexibility is needed, please let host know in advance.
Hi all! Thank you for looking at my profile. I've become something of an AirBnB veteran now with over a year's time hosting people and it's been a truly wonderful experience, one that's allowed me meet some great people and see the world just a little differently. I'm someone who loves to meet new faces from all walks of life, and as an avid traveler myself I can share a lot of my travel experiences as well as my expertise on the great city of New Orleans. And I have lived here for over half my life, so I have plenty to share! Some of the things I love to do include reading, art, health, cooking and as mentioned, meeting new people.
Also, until very recently I have been career student and I've done a little of everything from interpreting and painting to landscaping and interior design. With my diverse background and all the rental activity I've seen, I decided to become a licensed realtor and have never looked back since!
This all being said, if you have any questions at all about me, about my place or about the great city I live in, please don't hesitate to contact me! I'll look forward to hearing from you.