Located in New Orleans, 1.1 mi from Bourbon Street and 1.6 mi from St Louis Cemetery No 1, Petite Desire offers free WiFi. This apartment is 3.1 mi from Morial Convention Center and 3.7 mi from Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The air-conditioned apartment consists of 1 separate bedroom, 1 bathroom with free toiletries and a living room. A flat-screen TV is available as is a refrigerator, microwave and Keurig® coffee machine. A bicycle rental service is available at the apartment. Lafayette Cemetery is 5 mi from Petite Desire, while Uptown New Orleans Historic District is 6.8 mi away. The nearest airport is Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, 17 mi from the accommodations.
Set in New Orleans, 2.4 mi from St Louis Cemetery No 1 and 2.6 mi from Bourbon Street, Rosalie Garden offers accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning and a garden. It is located 3.7 mi from Mercedes-Benz Superdome and features an ATM. The holiday home is fitted with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, bed linen, towels, a TV, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a patio with garden views. If you would like to discover the area, cycling is possible in the surroundings. Morial Convention Center is 3.7 mi from the holiday home, while Lafayette Cemetery is 5 mi from the property. The nearest airport is Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, 13 mi from Rosalie Garden.
Located in New Orleans, 2.1 mi from St Louis Cemetery No 1 and 2.3 mi from Bourbon Street, 2bd French Luxury w/ courtyard provides air-conditioned accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. The property is 4.3 mi from Lafayette Cemetery and 6.2 mi from Uptown New Orleans Historic District. The holiday home is equipped with 2 bedrooms, a kitchen with a dishwasher and a fridge, a washing machine, and 2 bathrooms with bathrobes and slippers. Towels and bed linen are provided. Mercedes-Benz Superdome is 3.1 mi from 2bd French Luxury w/ courtyard, while Morial Convention Center is 3.7 mi away. The nearest airport is Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, 13 mi from the accommodations.
Summary: Step into the historic Bywater, one of New Orleans’ most vibrant neighborhoods in one of America’s greatest cities. Our laissez-faire nature derives from the heart and is rooted in years of tradition and rebirth. From this cultural identity comes The Saxony, a premier condominium development just blocks from the Mississippi River at the corner of Bartholomew and Burgundy Streets. This is brand new construction building with all of the amenities you could want- pool, gym, parking just to name a few. The Space: Our amazing condominium units have been thoughtfully designed to create a harmony of well-planned spaces and convenient amenities. The impressively spacious living areas offer the ultimate condo lifestyle with numerous small touches to make you feel right at home. Each condo is equipped with high speed internet/wifi, Keurig Coffee maker and coffee supplies, plush towels, cookware and utensils. We even provide shampoo, body wash and conditioner. Each residence features its own terrace or balcony with spectacular views of the surrounding neighborhood. Guest will also have exclusive access to the secure ground floor parking garage(at no additional cost), accessed via two elevators. As you walk into your generously laid out condo unit, you’ll instantly feel a sense of home and relaxation. Enjoy the spectacular vista from the privacy of your own balcony, take in some sunshine by the pool, or simply relax knowing that your new condo is truly a reflection of your personal style and customized to your exact specifications. OUR CONDOS FEATURE LED Lighting European Style Cabinets Quartz Countertops Private Balconies & Terraces Gas Range Stainless Steel Appliances Wood & Scored Concrete Flooring Elevators Everything you could possibly want in a home. ESCAPE THE STRESS OF EVERYDAY LIFE, WHILE ON VACATION AT THE SAXONY, WHERE EVERYTHING YOU WOULD WANT IN A HOME IS RIGHT HERE WITHIN THIS COMMUNITY. At The Saxony, our Guest have access to convenient amenities and an unparalleled sense of community – it’s what adds the “style” to lifestyle. All of these amenities are exclusive to The Saxony condominium guest. If it’s true that the little things can make a big difference, come experience the kind of difference that big things can make. OUR COMMUNITY FEATURES Resort Style Pool Fitness Room Meeting Room Lush Garden Courtyard Outdoor Dog Walk Area Views Of The River Gated, Secure Parking Electric Vehicle Charging Station Steps From Crescent Park Secure Bike Storage The Neighborhood: Bywater is a neighborhood of the city of New Orleans. A subdistrict of the Bywater District Area, its boundaries as defined by the City Planning Commission are: Florida Avenue to the north, the Industrial Canal to the east, the Mississippi River to the south, and the railroad tracks along Homer Plessy Way (formerly Press Street) to the west. Bywater is part of the Ninth Ward of New Orleans; but it is located along the natural levee of the Mississippi River, sparing the area from significant flooding. It includes part or all of Bywater Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. During New Orleans Mardi Gras, the Society of Saint Anne marching krewe starts their procession on Mardi Gras morning in Bywater and gathers marchers as it travels through the French Quarter, ending at Canal Street. This walking parade of local residents, artists, and performers is preceded by the Bywater Bone Boys Social Aid and Pleasure Club (founded 2005), an early-rising skeleton krewe made up of writers, tattoo artists, painters, set designers, musicians, and numerous other pre–7 a.m. revelers. After Hurricane Katrina, many survivors flocked to the area as it was less affected by the storm, due to the slightly higher elevation closer to the Mississippi river. Bywater became part of what was known as the "Sliver by the River," meaning neighborhoods that saw no flooding, including Faubourg Marigny, the French Quarter and Irish Channel neighborhoods, and parts of the lower Garden District including St. Charles Avenue. The area now known as Bywater was mostly plantation land in the colonial era, with significant residential development beginning the first decade of the 19th century as part of what was known as "Faubourg Washington," part of the predominantly Francophone "downtown" section of New Orleans. Many people from France, Spain, and the French Caribbean settled here. During the century, it grew with both white Creoles of French and Spanish descent, as well as mixed-race Creoles of French, Spanish, African, and Native American descent. They were also joined by immigrants from Germany, Italy, and Ireland. The Bywater is home to the site at which Homer Plessy was removed from an East Louisiana Railroad car for violating the separate car act, an event that resulted in the Plessy v. Ferguson case and the legal doctrine of "separate but equal." Today, a historical marker stands at the intersection of Press Street and Royal Street to commemorate the event. There was little distinction between this area and what became known as the Lower 9th Ward until the Industrial Canal was dredged in the early 20th century, dividing the two. A generation knew the area as the "Upper 9th Ward," but as other parts of the 9th Ward above the Canal farther from the River became developed, a more specific name was needed. Inspired by the local telephone exchange designation of Bywater, which fit the neighborhood's proximity to the River and the Canal, the neighborhood was known as "Bywater" by the 1940s. Real estate development and speculation surrounding the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition prompted many long-term French Quarter residents to move down river, at first into Marigny. By the late 1990s the bohemian, artistic type of communities such as were found in the French Quarter mid-20th century had spread to Bywater, and many long-neglected 19th-century houses began to be refurbished. Bywater and neighboring Faubourg Marigny are two of the most colorful neighborhoods in the city. The architectural styles borrow heavily from the colonial French and Spanish and have elements of the Caribbean. This blending over the last three centuries has resulted in an architectural style unique to the city of New Orleans. As the section of Bywater on the River side of St. Claude Avenue was one of the few portions of the 9th Ward to escape major flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, it has made steady progress toward recovery, more so than many other parts of the city. Getting Around: You can walk to the park, bars and restaurants. For everything else you can take a short Lyft! Other Things to Note: STR Rules – The Saxony 1) Check-in is at 4pm and check-out is at 11am. If you need to drop bags before 4 or after 11 for a flight, you may do that but please vacate the apartment so we can clean or do maintenance as necessary between the hours of 11 and 4. 2) Please park only in your assigned spot. If you have any questions about your assigned spot, please reach out to Marigny Management. 3) Do not share any codes with any person who is not a paying guest at The Saxony 4) There is a strict No Smoking policy in this home. The penalty of smoking inside is a $500.00 fee. You may smoke outside on the balcony. 5) Occupancy is limited by law to the following number of guests: - 1br: 2 guests - 2br: 4 guests At no time are guests allowed to have more than this amount of guests, whether it be in the room, or at the pool or other areas of the building. The only time capacity may exceed four guests in a room is if other guests are also owners or paying guests in another room at The Saxony. 6) Quiet time begins at 9pm on weekdays and 10pm on weekends. Please respect the neighbors and do not play amplified music or otherwise make excessive noise after this time. Guests will receive only one warning regarding excessive noise. 7) Pool & fitness area rules a. Only paying guests staying in Saxony rooms are allowed to use the pool. These are subject to rule #3: no more than 2 guests in a one bedroom or 4 guests for a two bedroom at any time. b. Wristbands must be worn in the pool area at all times. Please reach out to if you need assistance with wristbands. c. Pool hours are 7am until 10pm Monday through Sunday. The pool is closed after this time. d. No glass or smoking in the pool area. You may smoke on the lower level of the terrace. You may not smoke any illegal substances. e. Please clean up after yourself in the pool area, disposing of all trash and removing used towels. Any violations of these rules may result in removal, without refund, from the premises.