Synagogue: NOLA's Hottest Vacation & Art House!

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  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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Introducing The Jackson Synagogue: Vacation & Art House: New Orleans's newest, hottest place to stay! Built in a newly remodeled Synagogue, each private flat has been professionally designed by NOLA's premier design group, White Spider, and boasts one king-sized bed with luxury linens, one private bathroom, off-street parking, a stocked kitchen and an amazing shared courtyard! Come stay!

The space
HIGHLIGHTS:

-- Professionally designed by NOLA's premier vacation rental design firm
-- Walk Score of 90!
-- One private bedroom with plush, king-sized bed
-- One private bathroom with walk-in shower
-- Total of 2 guests possible in this spacious unit!
-- Television in the living room & bedroom w/ access to multiple free apps!
-- 3 blocks to Famous Magazine Street!
-- 3 blocks to the up and coming Tchopitoulas Street!
-- Gated parking for one car
-- Just a short uber to the French Quarter
-- Pet friendly w/ additional fees of $75 per pet - Max of 2 dogs 35lbs or less
-- Kitchen with all the gadgets!
-- Full-sized washer and dryer.

But our favorite is the private, professionally designed courtyard, complete with statues, neon lights, covered areas and multiple seating areas to dine, gossip or chill. Bring a friend or make a new one!

WALKABLE TO:
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-- Turkey and the Wolf (famous!)
-- Stein’s Deli (famous!)
-- District Donuts
-- Juan’s Flying Burrito
-- The Tasting Room
-- Lily’s Cafe
-- Hi- Volt Coffee
-- Urban House Brewery
-- Little Korea BBQ
-- Deanie’s seafood
-- Root
-- Maya’s
-- The Saint
-- ... and too many more to list!

LOCAL DESTINATIONS:
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- 3 blocks from Magazine Street: ride bikes to the quarter!
- 2.8 miles to the French Quarter: 45 min walk; 17 min bike ride; 12 min Uber.
- 5.5 miles to Frenchmen Street
- 2.5 miles to the Superdome
- 15 miles to airport

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
1 king bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV
Washer
Dryer
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
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Where you’ll be

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

This property is close to everything (quick walk to Magazine Street, easy bike ride to the French Quarter or Freret, and an inexpensive Uber to Marigny).

At the same time, you never forget that you’re in the middle of a beautiful, historic, residential neighborhood. If you’re in town for work, we’re within walking distance of the convention center.

There is an abundance of restaurant options near-by and all of the best restaurants in town are within 15 minutes by cab/Uber.

Turkey & the Wolf is a few blocks away and couldn’t be more well thought of for both its food and its cocktails (one of the Top 5 new restaurants by Brett Anderson – the most-respected food critic in the city).

Hi-Volt is a quick walk and has great coffee and lighter lunch options.

Lilly’s Café is similarly close and has some of the best Vietnamese food in the city (high praise, since NoLa has killer Vietnamese food). Coquette is a 15-minute walk and can deliver either a super-inventive tasting menu or a totally casual fried chicken at the bar. Toups South, Comprere Lapin, and La Petite Grocery are each less than a 10 minute Uber ride for fans of Top Chef.

Revelator Coffee and/or Cochon Butcher are must-stops (for coffee and amazing sandwiches, respectively) on your way to the French Quarter. Lastly, shout-out to Domilise’s for our favorite po-boy (split a half & half seafood between two people).

Of course, there are literally hundreds of other amazing restaurants all around town.

A few bars nearby that we’d highly recommend: The Avenue Pub (beer selection that rivals most bars in America), Tchoup Yard (cocktails), Urban South Brewery and Courtyard Brewery (breweries with tap rooms), The Tasting Room (wine bar).

And if you overindulged the night before, we’re fans of NoLa Yoga Loft – drop-ins are welcome and mats are available.

Today, the Lower Magazine/Irish Channel is one of the most eclectic neighborhoods in the city, and in New Orleans that's saying something. It's popular with both residents and visitors to the city.

The residents come from every walk of life and income level. Many families are multi-generational, having raised children and grandchildren there, while others are among the city's newest arrivals. Located along a strip of high ground near the Mississippi River.

The mix of locally owned shops and restaurants, beautiful serenity of St. Mary's Assumption Church, and contributions by everyone from the Emerald Isle to El Salvador attracts people from throughout the city and the country.From a neighborhood of working class immigrants to one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city, the Irish Channel has a long and storied history.

The Irish Channel was originally home to many of the Irish workers who came here in the 1830s to build the New Basin Canal, a waterway built to connect Lake Pontchartrain with businesses and industry in the developing New Orleans.

This neighborhood is known for its small cottages and shotgun homes located on narrow lots, traditionally inhabited by blue-collar workers who could afford their modest prices. Houses here are smaller than other homes in the Garden District or in other parts of Uptown, but what they lack in square footage, they make up for in fine decoration charm. Their close proximity creates a feeling of community and coziness. Here you can still ask a neighbor for a cup of sugar or gossip over a backyard fence.

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During your stay

--The homeowners have hired a professional management company to care for their home while they are away. Do not be alarmed if someone other than the home owners responds to your query - we are here to help!
--We respect our guests' right to privacy and will stay completely out of your hair, if that's what you like. However, we also LOVE to share a beer with our guests, and will happily join you for a cold one, too! You call all the shots. :)
--The homeowners have hired a professional management company to care for their home while they are away. Do not be alarmed if someone other than the home owners responds to your q…

Nola is a Superhost

Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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Smoke alarm

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