The Toledano Residence

new orleans, louisiana
1 bedroom - 1 bath
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$125 per night (USD)
excludes K&C fee and cleaning charges
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  • Air Conditioning
  • Baby Bath
  • Baby Monitor
  • Babysitter / Nanny
  • Backyard / Garden
  • Balcony
  • Bathtub
  • Bed Rails
  • Bicycles
  • Cabinet Locks
  • Changing Table
  • Chef / Catering
  • Children's Dinnerware
  • Corner Guards
  • DVD Library
  • DVD Player
  • Dishwasher
  • Elevator
  • Fireplace Guards
  • Game Console
  • High Chair
  • Housekeeper
  • Outlet Plugs
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • Pool Gate
  • Stair Gates
  • Television
  • Toys / Children's Books
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Wifi
  • Window Guards
1 queen
1 sofa bed (double)
1 air bed
sleeps 1
1 travel crib

Perks for the Parents

This historic Creole cottage offers a taste of authentic New Orleans living in a central yet quiet location, with provision for children. The private back patio is great for drawing, hanging out and playing games. The property is walking distance from Magazine Street with great restaurants and the street car a short walk away.

Why Kids Love it

This colorful cottage includes a sofa bed that sleeps up to 2 kids and a blow up mattress and pack’n’play for further kids. It is close to the zoo, the waterpark in the zoo, and all the great museums. Youngsters may also enjoy the city's great children's museum, riding the historic street cars, and visiting the incredible French Quarter.

Things to Know

Minimum stay: 2 nights. There are a couple of steps up to access the property but otherwise it is on 1 level. Note that the bedroom is separated from the living space by a curtain, not door. There is plenty of parking and if you need a sitter, the hosts may be able to find one for you (please ask in advance). In the neighborhood there are drug stores, grocery stores and lots of great shopping and eating within blocks. No pets, no smoking. There is parking out front; car rental recommended but not essential.

About the Location

The residence is in the south of the city, close to the Mississippi River in the Irish Channel. This neighborhood is authentic and eclectic with Mardi Gras parades and Magazine Street food and shopping within walking distance. The area is quiet and historic, but with everything you need at your fingertips. Watch the parades and walk back to use the bathroom or chill out. Wander through the shops and eat your way through town without needing a cab or a car. New Orleans airport is around 30 minutes away by car.

Accommodation Details

This cottage includes 1 bedroom with queensize bed, 1 bathroom with bathtub, a compact kitchen and a living room with a sofa bed (sleeping up to 2). The living room and bedroom are separated by a curtain. An air bed and travel crib can be added. The property has a back yard with seating.

Style Notes

Characterful. This bright, welcoming home includes local art and comfortable furniture and is designed for a local feel. The back yard is a prime spot for a cocktail while the location makes exploring the city easy and enjoyable. We love the color, leafy back yard and proximity to New Orleans’ vibrant Magazine Street.

Property perks

  • Concierge
    A concierge service is available for this property
  • Baby rental
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  • Professional
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Jennifer R.
Member since August 17, 2016

New Orleans, Louisiana

Beignets, jazz and streetcar tours

This rich city has so much to offer families it’s hard to know where to start. Beyond its impressive architecture and inspiring musical heritage, it’s got fantastic food (beignets, anyone?), zoos, aquariums and a slew of superb museums. You can try Mardi Gras costumes on at the Mardi Gras Museum, explore voodoo at the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum or pilot a tugboat at the Louisiana Children’s Museum. Explore the city by streetcar or steamboat, visit alligator swamps and haunted mansions, or just dig into plates of insanely delicious food and enjoy the ride.