Touring to New Orleans and on the lookout for a enjoyable place to remain? Whether or not you’re following my 4-day cultural New Orleans itinerary, going to Mardi Gras for the primary time, or just need to expertise the highest issues to do in NOLA—that is for you!
Whereas numerous short-term and Airbnb-style rentals are no longer allowed in the French Quarter and Garden District, you can see some that meet sure necessities. Questioning why that is? It’s to assist keep the character and appeal of the neighborhoods and ensure to not out-price locals.
No want to stress, there are nonetheless a plethora of uber-cool locations scattered about NOLA the place you’ll be able to dangle your hat.
Listed here are the best (and most original) Airbnbs to remain at in New Orleans!
New Orleans is at all times a enjoyable place to go to! At this Bywater Beauty, you’ll be able to take in all of the Victorian vibes when you chill out on the spacious entrance porch.
This place was lately featured on an HGTV renovation present…so, there’s no marvel the inside is so trendy and stylish!
The Bywater neighborhood is hip and historic with its many eating places, bars, riverfront park, and artistic patrons. In case you’re eager to enterprise to the French Quarter, it’s lower than a mile away!
This historic condominium with a critically lovely patio (full with greenery and fairy lights!), is ideal for teams as it might probably sleep as much as eight company. In-built 1830, it’s since gone by means of full modernization, although it nonetheless has the appeal of the uncovered oak beams, and skylights.
Hand around in the elegant penthouse earlier than exploring the French Quarter. Situated on the quiet finish of Bourbon Road, noise doesn’t carry far as this place is situated on the third flooring.
This historic mansion, built in the 1830s, was recently converted into a high-end luxury loft apartment. The overall space is on the smaller side but can accommodate up to five guests.
Keeping up with the vintage charm, you’ll be dazzled by the antique metal ceiling, glistening chandelier, and brick wall. I’m a big fan of the hardwood floors and the marble bathrooms—like a step back in time. You can hear the soothing sounds of the fountain in this tranquil space, too!
Put together to be dazzled by this condo that dates again to the 1830s. From the ceiling beams of the lounge to the trendy brass chandelier to the attractive uncovered brick, this place completely captures the glory days of French opulence. It’s the best mixture of Previous World nostalgia meets trendy and luxurious comforts.
Plus, that balcony! How dreamy.
Need to embrace New Orlean’s maritime historical past?
Keep at Captain’s Quarters and soak in all of the historic appeal. With vintage cabinetry, wealthy blue accents, authentic art work, and interval options just like the wooden flooring and excessive ceilings—it’s like a step again in time…however with trendy finishes (howdy, Smeg fridge + tiled rain bathe!).
The perfect sanctuary for a romantic couple’s getaway.
Are you a fan of blending outdated and new? This bohemian-inspired dwelling takes the appeal of the outdated and fuses it with funky and trendy stylings.
The 12-foot ceilings and grand gold chandelier are attractive—particularly set subsequent to the brick hearth. This ethereal Victorian condo options daring leaf-print wallpaper and tremendous enjoyable geometric tiles. Oh, and the big yard is the right place to have a espresso or a cocktail!
Say howdy to this sun-drenched residing house! Full with eclectic Victorian accents and beautiful uncovered brick, this historic condominium accommodates as much as 4 company. The spacious terrace overlooks Journal Road—good for alfresco eating on summer time days.
Discover New Orleans from the comforts of a conventional Creole “shotgun” home. This numerous, historic, and vigorous neighborhood will give a style of native life. Sip your espresso within the cozy yard or on the entrance stoop earlier than heading to the French Quarter.
I’m a giant fan of the up to date tile toilet—full with a rain bathe and tub. Plus, that gleaming white inside offset by colourful splashes is so enjoyable!
Nice for teams of as much as six, this renovated Shotgun-style home is critically cool! Situated within the historic Faubourg Marigny, I’m a giant fan of the marble-tiled toilet and the standard clawfoot tub
With two queen beds and a queen sleeper couch, this place can accommodate as much as six company. The mansion was constructed within the 1820s and has since been transformed into luxurious residences.
That includes excessive ceilings with a dramatic chandelier, uncovered brick partitions, and hardwood flooring—this place is a dream! You may dangle across the indoor hearth after which benefit from the views of Bourbon Road and Dumaine Road from the balcony.
Have you ever stayed at a cool Airbnb in New Orleans or an equally charming lodge? I’d love to listen to within the feedback beneath!