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I came to New Orleans to attend the Jazz & Heritage festival 2012 and stayed for a week here. The area called Marigny is close to the French Quarter and a very up and coming district with many new coffee shops, restaurant and bars. But...More
Carl was a wonderful host. His home is lovely - we stayed in the red room with its own private entrance - this was nice to have! We loved our stay, sitting on the porch, walking all over and returning to our room. Carl has...More
We loved that the location was out of the noise of the French Quarter, but only a short walk away. Carl knows the city well and was always quick with recommendations. We also loved talking with the other guests at breakfast (which was healthy and...More
Nestled between the French Quarter and the Ninth Ward, the Faubourg Marigny & Bywater environs are largely residential. Of course, folks around here love to go out and have a good time as much as they do anywhere in NOLA. And if out-of-towners want to join in the festivities, well then so much the better! Home to some of the most revered live music venues in New Orleans, an eclectic gaggle of gourmand dining
destinations, and a come-as-you-are vibe that’s as infectious as it is alluring, this is real deal New Orleans oozing with southern hospitality and the promise of a most epic night out. For endless opportunities to boogie, to admire row upon row of lovingly restored homes, and to escape the fray of the more touristic parts of town (but still live it up in grand style) head to Faubourg Marigny & Bywater.
If you can fit down a 3 ft wide alley you can park in the alley or push all the way to the back courtyard. The bikers I have had until now have opted to leave their bikes on the street and there has never been a problem.