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French Quarter, New Orleans vacation rentals

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Apartment in French Quarter
Modern Marigny Apt with Balcony & views of The French Quarter.
Located on the corner of Frenchmen & Decatur, in the heart of a bustling entertainment district. Just one block from the French Quarter & two blocks from the Mississippi River, this modern 1bd/1ba apartment is a perfect location to enjoy a fun getaway. Just drop your bags and walk out the door to enjoy the best local artists, chefs, bars & musicians that play late into the night. Also enjoy a leisurely stroll along the river, explore the historic French Market or hop on a streetcar to Canal Street & visit Harrah's Casino, Canal Place & Riverwalk Malls, Aquarium, & numerous dining options. The Marigny is known for its live event venues, parading in the streets, performers, restaurants, bars, & live music. Located on Frenchmen Street, this newly updated apartment is situated in the heart of it all.
$148 per night
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Condo in Central Business District
Heart of NOLA | Tasteful & Spacious 1BD/1BA
Experience ultimate comfort in the prime location with this cozy 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom space, complete with a futon. Located on the renowned Camp St., it's just a short 5-minute walk to the famous French Quarter, Bourbon St., top-rated restaurants, the Convention Center, and the Superdome. The Alexandre offers condos with all the modern amenities & comforts of home. We pride ourselves on providing the perfect environment for an authentic New Orleans experience, & yes, we're pet-friendly too!
$134 per night
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Guesthouse in Marigny
Retro, Funky, Chic – Walk to the French Quarter
Gorgeous two persons suite, short walk to Frenchmen St. (3 mns) and the French Quarter (10 mns). Perfect for solo traveler or a couple, this comfortable apartment in a renovated single shotgun has a queen bed, a walk-in shower, a retro kitchenette (no full kitchen) and a large, shared outdoor patio. The place has a little bit of everything you need to experience New Orleans like a fabulous local. It consists of a bedroom, a living room, and a large bathroom.
$89 per night

Stay near French Quarter, New Orleans's top sights

French Quarter790 locals recommend
Jackson Square477 locals recommend
Louis Armstrong Park252 locals recommend
St. Louis Cathedral106 locals recommend
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas577 locals recommend
Hotel Monteleone25 locals recommend

Vacation rentals with balconies in French Quarter, New Orleans

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Apartment in Mid-City New Orleans
Private Apartment One a Half Blocks from the French Quarter
$150 per night
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Apartment in Uptown and Carrollton
Bright, Beautiful Apartment in Excellent Uptown Location
$126 per night
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Apartment in Central City - Garden District
Elegant Flat in Historic Lower Garden District
$199 per night
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Condo in Mid-City New Orleans
Step Back in Time in a Historic Condo in Treme'
$130 per night
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Apartment in Marigny
Award Winning Three Bedroom Suite on Frenchmen, Huge Balcony
$423 per night
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Apartment in Warehouse District
Amazing Condo with Balcony Steps from the French Quarter
$346 per night
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Home in Marigny
Walk to the French Quarter from a Sophisticated House
$382 per night
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Home in Bywater
Beautiful Home in the Hippest Neighborhood in New Orleans
$174 per night
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Loft in Central City - Garden District
Villa Vici Penthouse
$357 per night
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Loft in Central City - Garden District
Bohemian Loft Off Magazine Street
$505 per night
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Apartment in Central City - Garden District
Regal Historic Hideaway with Private Patio
$133 per night
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Home in Bywater
Walk to French Quarter 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Duplex
$106 per night

French Quarter, New Orleans house rentals

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Home in Mid-City New Orleans
Creole Cottage, 3 blocks to French Quarter!
$174 per night
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Home in Marigny
Creole Cottage Suite by the Streetcar
$95 per night
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Home in Marigny
Historic 1880 Marigny Shotgun Home - Work, Recharge, Unwind
$144 per night
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Home in Algiers Point
Charming Gem Steps to Ferry & French Quarter!
$108 per night
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Home in Bywater
Bywater Beauty - Historic Renovation Featured on Hgtv
$130 per night
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Home in French Quarter
Treme Gem, Walk to the French Quarter
$177 per night
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Home in Marigny
New Orleans Charm Steps From French Quarter
$121 per night
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Home in Mid-City New Orleans
Deedy's Creole Cottage in Treme near French QTR
$125 per night
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Home in French Quarter
Charming Marigny Triangle Back Home
$159 per night
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Home in Marigny
Marigny Magic Meets Casual Luxury
$148 per night
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Home in Marigny
Comfortable Home - Steps to French Quarter
$164 per night
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Home in Bywater District
Artsy, Cozy Home in the Heart of NOLA
$132 per night

French Quarter, New Orleans condominium rentals

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Condo in Central Business District
Historic Condo on Streetcar - Steps to Quarter!
$106 per night
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Condo in French Quarter
French Quarter Esplanade Marigny Front Porch Condo
$106 per night
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Condo in French Quarter
French Quarter Cottage w/ Free Parking.
$185 per night
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Condo in French Quarter
Luxury Studio - ideal Marginy/Bourbon St location
$161 per night
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Condo in Central Business District
Stroll to Bourbon Street from an Elegant, Neutral Abode
$108 per night
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Condo in French Quarter
Petite Purple Passion - Faubourg Tremé Sanctuary
$122 per night
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Condo in Central Business District
Stunning One Bedroom Loft Steps to French Quarter
$147 per night
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Condo in French Quarter
Girod House Creole Townhouse w/Balcony
$245 per night
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Condo in Central Business District
Convenient and Spacious Carondelet Condo in CBD.
$148 per night
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Condo in Central Business District
Luxury 2BR Condo in CBD | Walk to French Quarter
$142 per night
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Condo in Central Business District
Fun Downtown Art Loft Steps From French Quarter
$117 per night
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Condo in French Quarter
Steps to French Quarter
$151 per night

Quick stats about vacation rentals in French Quarter, New Orleans

Total rentals

1.2K properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

580 properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

300 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

230 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

550 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

68K reviews

Your guide to French Quarter, New Orleans

All About French Quarter

Located on the banks of the Mississippi, New Orleans’ stunning French Quarter is not just one of the city’s oldest districts, it’s one of the glories of the South, a picturesque neighborhood that has evoked romance (and bawdier emotions) for centuries. Established in 1718 by French settlers, the Vieux Carré has preserved its 19th-century architecture, dominated by brightly painted houses with wrought-iron balconies and wooden shutters flung open during the day in the hopes of attracting a cooling breeze.

As you wander the cobblestone streets, you’ll want to check out the sprawling Jackson Square at the quarter’s heart, home of the fairy-tale-like St. Louis Cathedral, built in 1789. You can venture down Bourbon Street, where the revelry never seems to stop, or stop in at the very same bar where a US president negotiated with French pirates during the War of 1812 to help him expel the British from the country.


The best time to stay in a vacation rental in French Quarter, New Orleans

February through May sees some of New Orleans’ biggest festivals, including Mardi Gras and its world-famous annual festival celebrating jazz music. Unsurprisingly, this is the busiest time of year, so keep that in mind when booking a vacation condo in New Orleans’ French Quarter.

During the summer, the temperature and humidity creep up and the number of visitors thins out. Do keep in mind that late summer is the beginning of hurricane season, and so you may want to monitor weather conditions as your trip approaches. Fall brings more pleasant weather, allowing you to spend more time wandering around, or attending October’s major blues festival, which brings some of the biggest names in blues and some of the South’s most renowned barbecue pitmasters to the neighborhood. The winter slows back down again, and the weather rarely dips into the chilly ranges, giving you a chance to explore the French Quarter’s streets without the crowds.


Top things to do in French Quarter, New Orleans

Bourbon Street

As the French Quarter’s main drag, Bourbon Street buzzes with legendary restaurants serving authentic Creole cuisine, famous jazz clubs where the greats have all have played, and packed bars, including America’s first gay bar. The area is a wonderful place to wander during the day, checking out the beautiful 19th-century buildings. When night falls, live music, as well as raucous crowds, spill onto the streets.

Jackson Square

Located in the center of the French Quarter, Jackson Square is ringed with historic buildings, including the beautiful St. Louis Cathedral and the Upper Pontalba Building, a four-story brick Victorian with lacy balconies, considered the first apartment building in the United States. Stop by the Cabildo Museum, the original Spanish city hall, which now houses the Louisiana State Museum. But the square is not just of historic interest. Peruse the work of local artists at the outdoor artist colony or grab a meal at one of the many restaurants.

Mardi Gras Museum of Costumes and Culture

Mardi Gras is New Orleans’ most famous event, and this fascinating museum lets you experience it year-round. The museum takes you through the history of Mardi Gras and showcases some of the elaborate costumes that different krewes have used. You can even try on flamboyant headwear and sparkly outfits to pretend, at least for the sake of photos, you were at the real thing.

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