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Jonathan was very welcoming and the room was clean. Cheap and simple. Bus nearby, takes 20 min approx to go to french quarter.
Great little room. Well worth the $30!
Our staying was great! Jonathan and his partner Ted did everything to make us fell at home. The place is pretty good, with a bus stop at the next corner. Our spring break couldn't be any better!
Very quiet area. Very generous host.
I actually got in town earlier than I had expected yet on a very timely manner I received a communication from Jonathan leaving me the key and even a friend's contact information just in case. I found it very thoughtful of him and really appreciated having a place to stay for the night while visiting from Kissimmee, FL. It was my first time in NOLA and first also using this app to book a room. Very pleased with both the host and the city. Lovely people!
Jonathan was a wonderful host, starting by letting us drop our bags off early before our room was even ready. Plenty of towels. Plenty of space to do whatever we wanted. Loved being able to use his bikes. We didn't even have to touch our car the whole week. Excellent choice for anyone looking to explore NOLA instead of spending time inside all day!
Jonathan took us in last minute and was very kind. He was very hospitable and gave us great advice for our evening. His house was close to a bus and the room was very comfortable. My friend and I had a great experience in New Orleans thanks to Jonathan.
The listing was accurate and just what my girlfriend and I went over on the site here. We're not sure what the past guests mean when they say the neighborhood Johnathan lives in is "rough" - it is simply residential. And mostly Black, as far as we could tell. We loved it. Felt right at home for the most part. The only thing was bus transportation back to this neighborhood (Gentilly?) from say French Quarter or the CBD could be tricky because the bus routes stop at a certain time. Loved in here though! Johnathan was gracious enough to let us use two bikes and we peddled through the neighborhood, through the city park, and more, quite effectively. I have nothing bad to say about this placement. The room was exactly as described, and as my girlfriend put it, better than some hotels she's stayed in. It is not the most luxurious place ever - but there is character and depth. We didn't talk to Johnathan much but we did get the sense he was giving us exactly what we needed - not trying to spark up faux-friendship/fake-friendliness; he was there when we needed him and always nice about whatever we were inquiring about. If you're going to NOLA stay here! Close enough to all the tourist noise, but far enough away so that you really get a grasp on the geographic and space of New Orleans. Shoutout to Harrison St and Paris Avenue!
Jonathan is a great host and was very hospitable and accommodating! He shared a lot of useful information for our sightseeing and we were even able to borrow his bikes for a quick ride! The room and other amenities are all as described and was all we needed for the short stay!
It was a great place to stay for the weekend. Cozy and easy to get to. Jonathan was accessible for us when we got into town (late at night) and throughout our stay. We forgot some stuff when we left and he helped us out by having our friend come get it the next day.
Johnathan was a great guest. Best arrival story ever too. Within a couple hours being in NYC for the first time, he had rented a bike and rode from 58th street, over the Brooklyn bridge, back up to my place. Truly a great unplanned arrival. Nice going, man.