Jambalaya Courtyard is JAMMIN"! This large and luxurious space features five bedrooms, four baths. a huge private courtyard with 20' brick walls, and all the space you could need. Just steps from all the action, this private oasis will be your fabulous retreat when you're ready to relax, talk, meet up with your friends, rest, and rejuvenate for your adventures in the City That Care Forgot.
Located in the heart of New Orleans, the space is a 2,700 sq ft, very ample apartment with five bedrooms, four baths, two full kitchens, two laundry rooms with washer/tumble dryer, and a charming courtyard that is private to the apartment. An architecturally unique space, there are many brick walls throughout the apartment and large industrial windows. The spacious courtyard adds about 200 sq ft of very private outdoor space to enjoy.
The apartment is furnished with beds enough to sleep up to 16 guests and the style is colorful and eclectic, very much like the Big Easy! It will most definitely be a unique New Orleans experience! There are six TV's in the apartment: a 32' LCD flat screens in each of the four bedrooms, a 50' LCD flatscreen in the living room, and a 50" TV in the crazy and comfy "dorm" room. Both kitchens are fully outfitted with dishes, pots and pans, Keurig coffee makers, toaster ovens, etc, and each has a built-in microwave, full-size fridge with a great ice-maker, and full-size electric stove. All four bathrooms have shower-over-tub configurations.
Many world-famous restaurants are just steps from the apartment and the entire French Quarter is just outside the door. The Canal Street Streetcar is just a block away and will take you all over the downtown area, as well as out to City Park and connects to the St. Charles line which takes you Uptown to the Garden District.
Bourbon Street is literally steps away and shopping on world-famous Royal Street is just blocks away. Frenchmen St is an easy walk a few blocks down river, and you'll have lots to see along the way. Close by are the Mississippi Riverwalk, the Aquarium, the Canal Street ferry (a delightful and inexpensive way to cross the Mighty Mississippi to Old Algiers Point), Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, and much, much more. There is a cool little grocery store only six blocks away that carries many locally made foods, and corners stores abound throughout the Quarter where you can pick up liquor and mixers, snacks and toiletries. No car needed!
After the days' tours and trips around town, bar-hopping and foodie forays, you can come "home" to a spacious, comfortable, cool and quiet spot to relax, unwind, share your adventures, and get a good night's sleep so you can get up and do it all over again!