By: Trips to Discover
“For the ultimate stay in New Orleans, this Airbnb set within a French Quarter mansion that dates back to 1820 features a private balcony overlooking Bourbon and Dumaine Streets.”
This article was originally published and authored by Trips to Discover in Jan 2020.
Blake Pontchartrain: Uneeda Biscuit? A French Quarter building bears an ad for the cookies made by Nabisco
“You may not have heard of Uneeda Biscuits, but I’ll bet you’ve eaten other products from the National Biscuit Company, whose name also is seen on the side of that Dumaine Street building.”
This article was originally published and authored by Gambit in August 2019.
By: The Local Vibe
“The “Decatur” is a first-floor unit built in 1820. This suite is equipped with a king-sized bed along with a large bathroom and wet bar. The charming fireplace and white oak floors add a level of coziness to this unit as well. The location adds another element of “perfectness” as it is between the famous Royal and Bourbon Streets, the best locations in the French Quarter. Rentals start at $150/night. “
This article was originally published and authored by The Local Vibe in January 2019.
“For an unforgettable nightlife scene, incredible cuisine and a melting pot of cultures, the Big Easy is a no brainer for a first time getaway. The singular aesthetic of New Orleans’ French Quarter and upbeat atmosphere make for one of the most romantic spots on our list.”
This article was originally published and authored by CarRentals.com in January 2020.
By: The Broke Backpacker
“Who hasn’t dreamed of taking a trip to New Orleans, Louisiana? This epic city is filled with all that is jazzy and snazzy. From costume parades to the crooning jazz music, to arguably the biggest Mardi Gras celebration in the entire USA, New Orleans is absolutely epic!”
This article was originally published and authored by The Broke Backpacker in January 2020.
By: Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans
“One company that took the notion of wall signs quite seriously was the National Biscuit Company.”
This article was originally published and authored by Preservation in Print Magazine in October 2018.
By: The Local Vibe
“Built in 1820, this mansion was converted into apartment rentals with a Victorian marble bathroom, antique furniture, and working fireplace.” One suite in the French Quarter Mansion has a “balcony that provides a great view of Bourbon and Dumaine Streets,” while another luxury rental has “ has gorgeous Cathedral ceilings accented with a chandelier, original exposed brick walls, and 200-year old wood floors.”. Both offer complimentary champagne and a central location in the French Quarter.
This article was originally published and authored by The Local Vibe in December 2018.
“With a modern, fully-equipped kitchen to cook your own meals and an amazing location near Frenchmen St and the Quarter, this beautiful 2-bedroom Airbnb rental is perfect for a group getaway to New Orleans – whether it be a stag/hen party, a family gathering, or a corporate event.”
This article was originally published and authored by Meerona in August 2018.
“Situated within the famed French Quarter of New Orleans, this historic home was built in the 1830s and features a refreshingly modern interior decked with a handful of rustic details. The major selling point for us? The brick-lined courtyard that is anything but ordinary. The home’s recent luxe renovation managed to conserve the timeless elegance of its original design while ushering in a slew of modern details.”
This article was originally published and authored by Anna Kocharian in May 2018.
By: Choosy Traveler
“Right off of Bourbon street, but just a bit away from the party crowds, it was so perfect, and really reminded me of how wonderful Airbnbs can be when they get it all right and really have a sense of place!”
This article was originally published and authored by Choosy Traveler in May 2018.
By: Elite Daily
“Crawfish, daiquiris, and beignets — oh my! If you want to feast on cajun fare and explore the southern charm that New Orleans has to offer, this New Orleans home is exactly what you need.”
This article was originally published and authored by Elite Daily in April 2018.
By: Architectural Digest
In the thick of Bourbon Street, this two-bedroom condo’s white-washed interior—when matched with soaring ceilings, a brick-wall fireplace, a courtyard, and a balcony overlooking the street—is quintessential Old World elegance, with a five-foot French chandelier to boot, from $176.
This article was originally published and authored by Kristine Hansen in December 2017.
HNOLA PRESS RELEASE – NOV 2019
336 Camp, the latest addition ot the Hospitality of New Orleans collection offers a luxurious setting for group travel in the heart of the central business district.