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The 2 Bedroom, 2 bathrooms Condo is located in the French Quarter,Across the street from the world famous House of Blues, House of Blues is a chain of 13 live music concert halls and restaurants in major markets throughout the United States. House of Blues first location was in Cambridge's Harvard Square. It was opened in 1992 by Isaac Tigrett, co-founder of Hard Rock Cafe, and Dan Aykroyd, star of The Blues Brothers. House of Blues is considered a major venue for touring bands.
The most well known of the French Quarter streets, Bourbon Street, or Rue Bourbon, is known for its drinking establishments. Most of the bars frequented by tourists are new but the Quarter also has a number of notable bars with interesting histories
Tyrone Kemper, Manageing Director
Orleans Vacation Rental
We rented the property for our 1 year anniversary and so we could enjoy the Falcon vs Saints game! The apartment was in a great location and the building itself was amazing. The place was just what was pictured nothing was excluded! The renters were nice and very helpful there wasnt nothing we couldnt ask that they couldnt answer! We will surely rent from them again in a few months when we return!!
First I would like to thank Tyrone and Jenny for all their help all their assistance throughout the booking process and pre/post arrive/departure time. Not only was Tyrone ready and mostly available when we called, he was there to drop off some additional items and stocked up the fridge with a few snack and sodas for us to enjoy.
The location is a DREAM spot. Walking distance to everything you want to do. Bourbon Street is 3 blocks away and the French Market (while a bit further, 20 min or so) was still easy to get to. Also the cab to the Superdome was only $7. We did walk from the Superdome home one night, its a bit far but it was doable. The condo is literally right across the street from The House of Blues. It is pretty loud at night (you can clearly hear all the music they play) but it did not bother us, a few times we stood outside and danced away. if you are looking for quiet nights, I wouldn't suggest this location. the music pretty much plays all day and into the night. Otherwise this couldn't have been any better.
The condo is in perfect condition. It is clean and well maintained. No issues with any thing. We couldn't have been more impressed. There were lots of towels and face clothes. The only thing is that there were no garbage bags. We used shopping bags but that just made us have to keep throwing garbage out every day. The blowup mattress was also great. It is a big one high off the ground. The ladies that slept on it did not have any issue.
Overall this location is beyond amazing. I would def stay there again. I highly recommend this location.
Thanks Tyrone and Jenny!
Condo is in a new building steps from everything. Clean, new, comfortable and just perfect. Washer - Dryer a big plus and the full kitchen was useful. The pictures don't do the apartment justice as it was much bigger than expected and so pristine.
Jennifer/Tyrone made the transaction smooth and seamless.
This is the ideal spot for couples or families. Really fantastic
The apartment was very nice. I booked it for my clients and they said the apartment was perfect! It was conveniently located to Canal Street - in the heart of everything. The best though was dealing with Jennifer and Tyrone - just amazing people. The went waaaaay out of there way to help me in a jam. I am truly grateful for their hospitality. I would highly recommend this property!
Stayed with 4 adults for the Jazz Fest. With a great location across from the House of Blues we were able to easily walk the French Quarter and along the water. There was plenty of room for the 5 of us. Nice exposed brick wall and hardwood floors. The fridge was stocked with a few welcome drinks which was a nice touch. I would recommend and stay again.
This unit was great. We stayed here with another couple for our anniversary trip in April, 2016. Having two bathrooms for two couples was great. This unit was even better than what we were hoping for.
The location was fantastic, and the condo was clean and quiet. The kitchen and bathrooms were nice, the beds were comfortable, and everything was as good or better than expected. We even got some bonus people-watching looking down on Decatur Street. Again, the location was fantastic and I can't say enough about it. There were several restaurants and bars nearby, and it was a quick walk to Bourbon Street, Canal, or Jackson Square.
Lastly, even though we were directly across the street from the House of Blues, the condo was quiet. There was just a bit of background noise/music from the bar and nearby jazz club when bands were playing but it was minimal and we liked it anyway. Otherwise, we did not hear a bit of noise from any other condo or even from the other bed/bath in our unit during the night. I'd say that overall it was quieter than any hotel you would stay at in the French Quarter.
The owners were nice and easy to deal with. They were very responsive and friendly. I would highly recommend this condo to anyone wanting a reasonably priced, quiet, clean rental within close distance to Bourbon Street and nearby attractions. We will definitely look to book this unit first when we come back in a year or two.
The French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carré, is the oldest neighborhood in the city of New Orleans. When New Orleans (La Nouvelle-Orléans in French) was founded in 1718 by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville, the city was originally centered on the French Quarter, or the Vieux Carré ('Old Square' in French) as it was known then. While the area is still referred to as the Vieux Carré by some, it is more commonly known as the French Quarter today, or simply 'The Quarter.' The district as a whole is a National Historic Landmark, and contains numerous individual historic buildings. It was affected relatively lightly by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, as compared to other areas of the city and the greater region.The neighborhood contains many restaurants, ranging from formal to casual, patronized by both visitors and locals. Some are well known landmarks, such as Antoine's and Tujague's, which have been in business since the 19th century; Arnaud's, Galatoire's, Broussard's, and Brennan's are only slightly less venerable. Less historic—but also well-known—French Quarter restaurants include those run by chefs Paul Prudhomme ('K-Paul's'), Emeril Lagasse ('NOLA'), and John Besh. Port of Call on Esplanade Avenue has also been in business for more than 30 years and is recognized for its popular Monsoon drinks