|Minimum Stay||2 - 4 nights|
Nestled in the Riverbend section of Uptown New Orleans, this hidden treasure is steps from Historic Oak Street. This unit is the perfect cottage for you and your friends or family to enjoy a relaxing stay while exploring New Orleans.
This 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment originally built in the 1920's has been fully restored to it's original grandeur with a mix of the historic and the modern. With a minimalist touch and attention to detail, you'll enjoy a beautifully appointed living room that boasts a flat-screen Cable TV, WiFi, and a Queen-sized sofa bed. The bedroom features a Queen-sized bed, 2 full-closets and a writing nook. Furnished in tranquil tones of cream and Tiffany blue, there's so much to love about this home - you'll forget that bustling New Orleans lies right outside your door!
Whether its the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival, live jazz performances, or art shows, there's always something going on in this neighborhood. Explore the French Quarter, take a Louisian swamp tour, or go horseback riding on the Mississippi River Levee. However you choose to spend your time In New Orleans you'll feel right at home in this apartment!
Key Residence Features:
- Private screened-in porch with seating
- Full kitchen with updated stainless steel appliances
- Flat-screen Cable TV and WiFi
- Master Bedroom: Queen-sized Bed
- The Living room has a Queen-sized Sleeper Sofa
- No smoking
- Pets allowed with an additional fee
- Must be 25 years or older to book
- No parties or large gatherings
- Additional fees and taxes may apply
- Discounted Monthly Rates Available
Evolve Vacation Rental Network is on a mission to make vacation rental easy for travelers. Our dedicated Travel Advisor Team is available 7 days a week and our simple online reservation system allows you to book securely with a credit card! Please feel free to call us at 1.877.818.1013.
Owner / Property Manager purchased this apartment in 0
After being in Baton Rogue for 2 days on business, me and my business partner/bestie were super stoked to get to NOLA to enjoy a little R & R. We've stayed in NOLA before at a typical hotel in the French Quarter but I wanted to show my BFF a different side of NOLA. As soon as we turned onto Oak Street, I knew we hit the jackpot! Great food, vintage stores, live music, and friendly people. The house itself was great for the two of us. Clean, comfortable bed, and fully stocked kitchen. The St. Charles trolley runs with in walking distance so it was easy to get around with out having to take the rental car. And I knew we were staying in a "good hood" when I spotted a dude grilling fresh shucked oysters on a grill in the middle of the sidewalk! If you're looking to have your bed made each day and a doorman, then this is not the place for you. If you want to experience how the locals live and a quaint area of town, book now!
I enjoyed staying at the Jewel Box. I was surprised at the cute interior and extra touches, because the exterior is very plain. Everything in the apartment was clean, and there were plenty of towels, etc. The washing machine/dryer combination was confusing, and I never was able to use it. Also, be aware that there is a window ac/heater combination. Very loud, but it works. Lack of light switches and lamps that worked! Walking distance to Oak Street was a plus! I would return!
This was by far and away the WORST place I have ever stayed! The reviews are correct that the sheers on the windows are completely see through at night. The first night, I stayed in the bedroom. Sheets are worn and have holes in them. The bed was terrible. The next night I decided to try the sofa bed. It was even worse. The location is good. A block from Squeal Barbeque and Jacques Imo's, but don't expect to get any sleep.
If I could upload pictures, I would, as I took a lot. The paint is peeling off the walls in the bathroom. The kitchen sink is full of rust, as is the soap dispenser. I felt like the whole place needed a good scrubbing, paint, and definitely attention to linens and mattresses. If you are a backpacker on a budget, you may consider this, but if not, go elsewhere!
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Jewel Box, as it is exactly what we needed for my husband and I for a short two night stay during Carnival season! We had stayed downtown in the warehouse district the first two nights because of the proximity to a meeting I was attending and then moved uptown for the weekend so we could be close to the Maple Leaf Bar and Jacques-Imo's Cafe, which is one of the hottest tickets in New Orleans for anyone looking for "real Nawlin's food." Both are located just steps from the Jewel Box and so there is no need for a car, only downside is that the streetcar line was under construction while we there so if you are counting on it, then you have to get on and off and switch back and forth between it and a bus or walking, so somewhat of an inconvenience. Only downsides to the condo are as follows: 1) The bathroom is older and could use some updating, 2) The Bedroom mattress is not very comfortable at all and the bedding and pillows are old and warn out, 3) The den is very small and so if you plan on bringing a 3rd person to crash, they will not have much room. Neither of these really bothered us much because we were hardly in the apt/condo at all. Upside included that we LOVED having the screened in porch for the short times that we were there, and of course it is nice have a reasonable sized kitchen. Overall we definitely enjoyed our stay and will most certainly consider staying at the Jew Box again!
Arrived to the property and was a little worried about my choice in lodging due to the seemingly un-kept lawn and pale pink unassuming outward appearance of the property. As soon as I figured out how to unlock the door and stepped foot inside my wrinkled forehead and scowl relaxed into a huge smile. I immediately appreciated what I could only assume was a "woman's touch" with all of the decor and teal accents throughout. My friends stepped in behind me and each offered a squeal of delight, satisfaction and kudos on my deciding to forego a hotel room this visit and go with this. One of the girls ventured into the kitchen area and noticed the "Welcome to the Jewel Box" handwritten sign, and declared "Jewel Box' my foot..this is the Jewel!" Needless to say we enjoyed our girl's trip to New Orleans, loved the area we were in amongst the locals. We enjoyed some good eating at Jacqui Mo's, Camelia's Grill, and being Texas girls we couldn't resist the delicious bbq and a cold Abita from Squeals Barbecue which was directly next to the property...which we later agreed the smoke aroma was a bit better than the actual taste lol. The only con that comes to mind is that the washer/dryer didnt work..major plus was a fully appointed kitchen and utensils. Can't wait for another excuse to visit again will def be staying here if available.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.