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Vacation rental houses in New Orleans

Vacation rental houses in New Orleans

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Top-rated houses in New Orleans

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Cozy + Clean Spacious Room + Walk to FQ!
SUPERHOST
Private room · 1 guest · 1 bed · 2 shared baths

Cozy + Clean Spacious Room + Walk to FQ!Come stay in my charming home in the up and coming St. Roch/ New Marigny Neighborhood! Within walking distance to everything without the noise or traffic from the city. Easy 15-20 min walk to French Quarter, plus tons of great food and fun just steps away. This is a great area to be in to absorb the REAL New Orleans outside of the tourist areas (although they aren't far either).

Spacious, Clean, and Cozy Bedroom in St. Roch
SUPERHOST
Private room · 2 guests · 1 bed · 2 shared baths

Spacious, Clean, and Cozy Bedroom in St. RochCome stay with me in my home in the up and coming St. Roch Neighborhood! Within walking distance to everything without the noise or traffic from the city! Close 15 min walk to French Quarter, plus tons of great food and fun right here! This is a great place to stay if you want a feel of the REAL New Orleans outside of the tourist attractions, this neighborhood is where all the artists, musicians, and creative types live (but the tourist stuff is still very close by :)).

Bywater Beauty Guesthouse
SUPERHOST
Entire house · 2 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

Bywater Beauty GuesthouseBeautiful 500 sq ft efficiency, queen size bed & futon bed,private entry on front porch, kitchenette, stove, big refrigerator, microwave, walk-in shower. WiFi ,Netflix, Hulu, AC and Heating, 20 min walk to French Quarter through historic Bywater and Marigny, lots of coffee shops and bars along the way, galleries ,boutiques and wine shops. Plenty of free on-street parking. Permit#20-OSTR-00993(1.15.2020) Permit#20-RSTR-21408(3.10.2020)

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Popular house amenities in New Orleans

  • Pool
  • Air conditioning
  • Wifi
  • Kitchen
  • Hot tub

Where to stay in New Orleans

Locals share their top neighborhood recommendations to help you find the one to call home for your trip.

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Stay near New Orleans's top sights

Jackson Square
Plaza · 164 locals recommend
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Go see all the history and enjoy all the local artists and performers that populate this age-old city square where New Orleans meets the river!

Sean
Sean· New Orleans, LA
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    Unique charm in the Old Edison Phonograph Bldg
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    1. Private room
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    Creole Cottage 4 blocks from the French Quarter.
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    Quintessential French Quarter Cottage
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    Treme Guesthouse Just a Half-Block to the Quarter
French Quarter
Neighborhood · 277 locals recommend
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History and mystery, the French Quarter is filled with a million details you have to visit multiple times to even get a glimpse of. If you must see Bourbon Street, walk down one block then return to the more civilized areas like Chartres, Royal, or Decatur Streets.

Star
Star· New Orleans, LA
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    Creole Cottage Suite by the Streetcar
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    1. Entire apartment
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    Classic New Orleans Home
    1. Entire loft
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    Mid City Warehouse (Entire Place)
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    1. Private room
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    Comfortable Room in the Faubourg Marigny
Bourbon Street
Cocktail Bar · 23 locals recommend
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This is where the party never ends in New Orleans. It gets very crowded on weekends and even more so on holidays and Mardi Gras. A lot of drunk people. And a lot of weird things happen here. Be safe, and always have a buddy system.

Manny
Manny· New Orleans, LA
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    1. Entire townhouse
    2. New Orleans
    Hotel Peter Paul adjacent King bed in the Marigny
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    1. Entire guesthouse
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    Luxury Pool House, steps to the French Quarter!
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    Queen Courtyard Suite #108
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    Marigny's Magical Garden Suite, in the Triangle!

Tips from New Orleans locals

Get advice about the city from the people who know it best. Local hosts share their tips and recommendations for travelers like you.

What should I pack?

Bring solid walking shoes! Our streets and sidewalks are old - our entire infrastructure is old! if you're spending time walking around, i highly suggest sturdy tennis shoes rather than flip flops or anything dressy.

Natalie
NatalieLives in New Orleans

What's the best way to get around?

Lyft is my transportation of choice, especially when heading to the quarter. We have every mode of transportation that a typical city has, from rental bikes to buses and street cars.

Natalie
NatalieLives in New Orleans

Take the bus The subway is also very easy but it gets crowded during rush hour.

Gil
GilLives in New Orleans

Lyft is my transportation of choice, especially when heading to the quarter. We have every mode of transportation that a typical city has, from rental bikes to buses and street cars.

Natalie
NatalieLives in New Orleans

More local recommendations

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Food & restaurants
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Bars & nightlife
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Parks & nature
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Sightseeing & landmarks

All About New Orleans

New Orleans offers a round-the-clock festive spirit 12 months a year. Live music, particularly jazz, rings through streets lined with buildings dating back to the early 1800s. That’s when the city’s trademark Creole architecture, a mix of influences from the French, Spanish, and Caribbean was developed, adding a distinctly New Orleans touch. While the lively French Quarter gets all the attention, also explore the Marigny and Bywater, which have a more artsy vibe, and Audubon — surrounding Audubon Park — which is known as the University District thanks to Tulane and Loyola Universities. If you’re looking to visit more of the New Orleans metro area, Metairie is just to the northwest, Chalmette about 10 miles east, and Slidell about 34 miles northeast.

Getting There

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) is a rare airport where you’ll actually want to spend extra time because of the live entertainment on offer for passengers awaiting flights. Over a dozen airlines servicing numerous domestic destinations and some international cities land here, so finding a flight to New Orleans should be easy. Taxis, shuttles, rental cars, rideshares, and buses are available for the 14-mile trip into the city. Alternatively, this Mississippi River city has a cruise port, as well as long-haul bus and train service from select cities. Once in town, the transportation options are plentiful, including streetcars, ferries, pedicabs, bikeshares, taxis, and rideshares, but if you’re staying in the city center, you may not need any of these options, as many essential sites are within walking distance.

Weather

February through May is prime time to visit NoLA, when highs are in the mid-60s to mid-80s Fahrenheit and lows hover between the 50s to 70s — it’s also perfectly timed to celebrations such as Mardi Gras and the French Quarter Festival. December and January are also pleasant months — with the bonus of fewer crowds — when highs are in the 60s and lows typically don't fall below the mid-40s. Summer and fall can be more challenging, as stifling heat, mixed with humidity, reaches the 90s. June usually has the highest precipitation, and hurricane season lasts from June through November.

Don't Miss

French Quarter

The legendary Bourbon Street is the most popular street in this historic neighborhood, and indulgence is a way of life here. But the district is also known for its majestic Jackson Square (where local artisans often display their work in an open-air market), jazz clubs, steamboat cruises, and fresh beignets with chicory coffee.

Garden District

A streetcar ride away from the French Quarter is a visual juxtaposition to the French Quarter — a chill suburban neighborhood dominated by grand mansions. Also stop at Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, which houses the tombs of early settlers from Ireland and Germany, or opt for one of the city’s cemetery tours to learn more about the history of this great city.

Mardi Gras World

Experience New Orleans’ most famous festival any time of year at this facility, where 80 percent of the Mardi Gras floats are built.

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