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House rentals in New Orleans

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Top-rated house rentals in New Orleans

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Private room in Central City - Garden District
Tropical Getaway with Private Entrance
*Please read neighborhood/room description before booking* Tucked away in Central City this private room has a separate entrance, en suite bathroom and king sized bed. There is a spacious closet, microwave and coffee/tea pot. The room is on the second story of a charming old New Orleans house and has access to a shared back yard with magnolias and banana trees. The house is blocks from the St. Charles streetcar line, Garden District and Mardi Gras parades. COVID 19 precautions detailed below.
$67 per night
Private room in Mid-City New Orleans
Artsy Treme Guesthouse (Red Zen Room)
The same great business you can read about in our reviews! This is our home we nurture & love. A Nola gem where we love hosting travelers. If you are looking for community & old world vibes then this is the place for you. Private room, extremely clean uniquely designed by myself & other local artist. We offer a super laid back experience. Coffee & individually wrapped bagels complimentary to all guests every morning! 20-RSTR-30698, 20-OSTR-0132
$65 per night
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Private room in Mid-City New Orleans
Artsy Treme Guesthouse (Relax Room)
The same great business you can read about in our reviews! This is our home we nurture & love. A Nola gem where we love hosting travelers. If you are looking for community & old world vibes then this is the place for you. Private room, extremely clean uniquely designed by myself & other local artist. We offer a super laid back experience. Coffee & individually wrapped bagels complimentary to all guests every morning! 20-RSTR-30698, 20-OSTR-0132
$53 per night
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Stay near New Orleans's top sights

Photo of French Quarter
French Quarter793 locals recommend
Photo of Jackson Square
Jackson Square477 locals recommend
Photo of Garden District
Garden District260 locals recommend
Photo of City Park
City Park1,516 locals recommend
Photo of The National WWII Museum
The National WWII Museum806 locals recommend
Photo of Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Mercedes-Benz Superdome268 locals recommend

Vacation rentals in New Orleans

Rental unit in Central City - Garden District
3 blocks from the St. Charles streetcar!
$122 per night
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Rental unit in Central City - Garden District
CONSTANCE HOUSE
$101 per night
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Rental unit in Central Business District
Frontdesk | Fully-Furnished 1BR Apt near Dining
$135 per night
Bungalow in Mid-City New Orleans
Treme Bungalow
$95 per night
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Rental unit in Uptown and Carrollton
Oak St Sanctuary Food, Fun, Streetcar & more!
$102 per night
Rental unit in Mid-City New Orleans
Gorgeous studio — historic oak-lined Esplanade Ave
$123 per night
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Rental unit in Gentilly
Cute Studio Guest House near City Park
$53 per night
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Guesthouse in Uptown and Carrollton
Secluded Studio on Oak St by Streetcar!
$92 per night
Guest suite in Central City - Garden District
Bright & Modern Suite in Irish Channel Shotgun
$93 per night
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Rental unit in Uptown and Carrollton
Valence Victorian:Walk to Tulane, Cafés & Eateries
$118 per night
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Condo in Central Business District
Modern Luxury- 3 blocks to French Quarter
$163 per night
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Condo in French Quarter
Steps From Krewe Du Vieux Route | 2 Queen Beds
$125 per night

Holiday house rentals in New Orleans

Home in Mid-City New Orleans
Saiyaan's Place! Mid-City Charm! Downtown NOLA.
$100 per night
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Home in Central City - Garden District
Skip to Saint Charles, Local Art-Filled Hideaway
$105 per night
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Home in Mid-City New Orleans
Cheerful 1BD Mid-City home, central location!
$101 per night
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Private room in Mid-City New Orleans
Bohemian Creole Cottage (free bike)
$76 per night
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Home in Mid-City New Orleans
A Suite-Starr Named Desire
$124 per night
Home in Uptown and Carrollton
Charming Uptown Apartment
$79 per night
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Home in Mid-City New Orleans
Modern Efficiency! Beautifully updated 8/31/2020!
$52 per night
Home in Central City - Garden District
Charming Furnished 1 Bedroom 5-10 mins to places
$75 per night
Private room in Bywater District
Lofty Room/Bath in New Marigny Near French Quarter
$50 per night
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Home in Mid-City New Orleans
Luxury New Renovation - open for Mardi Gras!
$92 per night
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Home in Mid-City New Orleans
Deedy's Creole Cottage in Treme near French QTR
$113 per night
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Private room in Bywater
Artsy Suite with Private Bathroom & Entrance!
$65 per night
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Weekly house rentals in New Orleans

Private room in Bywater
Moon 201 - Crescent Moonset Suite - 1BR - 1 Bath
$58 per night
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Private room in Mid-City New Orleans
Artsy Treme Guesthouse (Coco Room)
$60 per night
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Private room in Marigny
Frenchmen House "Red Room"
$75 per night
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Private room in Mid-City New Orleans
Location! Near French Quarter 2nd Floor Bedroom
$69 per night
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Home in Mid-City
Art Filled Sanctuary in the Heart Of Mid City
$126 per night
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Home in Uptown and Carrollton
Uptown suite 2 blocks from St Charles Streetcar
$84 per night
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Home in Mid-City New Orleans
Golden House
$142 per night
Home in Mid-City New Orleans
Quirky Creole Cottage Next To French Quarter
$74 per night
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Home in Bywater District
Vibrant St. Roch NOLA Oasis
$116 per night
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Private room in Mid-City New Orleans
Artist space off Esplanade, Walk to JazzFest & FQ!
$86 per night
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Private room in Mid-City New Orleans
The Pascal-Jonau House
$83 per night
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Private room in Gentilly
Charming & Comfy - Beautiful Master Suite w/it All
$59 per night
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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

Your guide to New Orleans

Introduction

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.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in New Orleans?

February through May is prime time to stay in one of NoLA’s vacation rentals, 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.


What are the top things to do in New Orleans?

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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