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Makes movies. Takes pictures. Travels. Believes in Karma.
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The listing description was very accurate, this house is beautiful, well-cared for, and in a lovely safe location. Hunter was extremely responsive, understanding, and chill. I have stayed in Airbnb's in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Arizona, and LA, and this was by far the easiest, most straightforward Airbnb I have ever encountered. Highly recommended.
We had a great time at Hunter's place in Treme. The space was just as it looked in the photos. It was a really cool-looking space with a lot of interesting photography and books, many of which were about the area. The place came fully stocked with towels, kitchen ware, shampoo/conditioner, AC, heat, a cool balcony, etc.
The beds were very comfortable. My friend even tried to look up what type of pillows were on the beds because she found them so comfortable. There were hangers available in the main room, and extra sheets available. Hunter also has a washer/dryer unit right outside the apartment.
No one is living in the main house at the moment since it's under construction, so it was a little different from other spaces I've stayed at where the owners are a shout away, but we didn't mind it. The neighborhood is low-income, but having grown up and lived in low-income neighborhoods my whole life, it didn't take long to warm up to it. There's a dilapidated house across the street that might spook you at first, but this area is very much in transition, so don't let it scare you off. He is, as he described, next door to the Zulu center. They do indeed party, but nothing a pair of ear plugs can't help with. Look up the history of the space, and it'll give you a little more appreciation for what they're doing. I actually recommend taking one of the Treme tours to help dispell some of the stereotypes that you may have heard. This area is rich with musical and civil rights history. Do yourself a favor, and learn about it! The decor that Hunter has in this space helps constantly remind you of NOLA's awesome culture and history. I really appreciated his attention to detail in that department.
A few other tips! This spot is only two blocks from Willie Mae's, a fried chicken place that's a huge tourist pull. You'll be a short walk from it. Go on over one day and have some. There's a place called Cajun Seafood off of Broad a short drive away that also has amazing cajun crab that's a deal. My friend said it was delicious.
We also rented a car for the week, and Hunter was kind enough to let us park in the driveway of the house. There's plenty of street parking. It's a bit tricky, but you'll figure it out.
So I definitely recommend Hunter's place as an affordable space for exploring New Orleans. Thanks for having us, Hunter!
The house is gorgeous! We adored our stay there. The beds were comfy and the space was beautiful. Hunter was extremely communicative and made our stay easy.
Hunter was a great host. He opened the place early so we could drop our bags off and was very quick to respond to all of our questions. He gave us a great suggestion for a breakfast spot, and other things to do in the area.
The lay out of Hunter's home is great, and even with 6 people, it didn't seem over crowded. It was clean and fully stocked, and you really couldn't ask for more. Out of the three airbnbs we stayed at, Hunter's was by far the best and I would definitely consider booking again.
Had a great time in New Orleans at this listing! Hunter responded quickly to all questions we had. The apartment was stylishly furnished and enjoyable to relax in. The location might be undesirable for those who aren't so adventurous. However, my friends and I felt very safe and found the community of MidCity/Treme to offer an great New Orleans experience.
We had a group of 6 so the place was a little cramped for that many people but overall, Hunter's place is a great place to stay in NOLA. Clean, pretty convenient location
Hunter was a great host -- had everything ready for us on our arrival and made the whole process easy. There was no wi-fi at the time, but we survived haha. The place itself is super cute, very clean and comfortable, and well decorated.
The neighborhood itself isn't great, and I didn't find it to be very convenient, though. The bus line that's just around the corner only comes every 50 minutes, and the next closest buses/streetcars are about a 15 minute walk away. However, it's about a $10 cab ride to and from the French Quarter.
Overall, we had a great stay, and I'd recommend this place to people looking for affordable and comfortable lodging in New Orleans!
Hunter made the whole process super easy! We checked in and out with no problems and really enjoyed our stay. The guest house was tucked behind a house that was under construction, however there was very little noise that bothered us. The neighborhood does look questionable upon first arriving, but it is a very up and coming place and we were super happy with the location (5 blocks from Whole Foods) by the end of our stay.
My group loved our stay at Hunters. The guest house was great. All the amenities you could ask for except there wasn't wifi due to construction. Convenient location to french quarter. Would stay there again in a heartbeat.
Great house, great location, and a really good host. Thanks hunter!