New Orleans, Louisiana
This cool condo offers an amazing base from which to explore the incredible city of New Orleans.
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A visit to New Orleans is all about great food and music and soaking up the unbeatable atmosphere. This spacious condo is the perfect base for your stay – it’s close to all the major sights, sounds and smells of the city, but also gives you the chance to cool down and chill out.
The high ceilings and tall windows mean that this home is bright and sunny. There’s plenty of space for everyone to lounge around together after one too many cocktails on Bourbon Street the night before, and the bedrooms are delightfully comfortable – no matter how late you stay up, you’ll get a good night’s sleep here. It’s on a quiet street so you can get some quality R&R in when you want it – it’s hard to believe that Bourbon Street is only five minutes away.
The jewel in the crown of this home is the large outdoor pool. The water is refreshingly cool, whether you spend your time splashing around or prefer to dip a toe in every now and then. Take a glass of lemonade and a good book, and lie out in the sunshine while your friends play giant chess.
With heaps of restaurants and bars nearby and the city’s most popular sights with easy reach, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing how to spend your time in the Big Easy. This home’s outside space and laid-back vibe mean it offers the best of both worlds.
New Orleans is one lively city – whether we’re talking food, candy-coloured architecture or nightlife, there’s nowhere else in the United States – or even the world – quite like this Louisianan cultural mecca. You’ll find indigenous cuisine here that hybridizes Caribbean, African and European influences – so embrace your inner hedonist and dive head first into Gumbo, beignets and po’ boys.
It’s a city where jazz is as prevalent as streetcar bells – follow the music wafting around the corner and catch a show in the birthplace of the genre while you sip on a Sazerac. Explore the city’s waterways, enjoy an oversized daquiri on bustling Bourbon Street and dive into the history of Voodoo. Despite the raucous good time, the city’s painful past is an ongoing conversation among residents and visitors. Because this city wears history on its sleeve, you’ll learn more about New Orleans and all of its complexities at the same time as you become more and more enamored with the place it is today.
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