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Jonathan was great -- a generous and warm host. We rode his bikes to the French Quarter and gorged on fresh homemade cupcakes.
Jonathan was super helpful and accommodating. He had a bunch of resources and tips for things to do in New Orleans, and I even used his bike he loaned out to get to the French Quarter. I'm definitely recommending Jonathan to my friends!
I'll be honest, it's not the nicest house. Some rooms are blocked off with only sheets, including the bathroom which was kind of strange. However, it was clean, comfortable, and safe, and for the price I would certainly stay again!
We had a nice brief stay at Jonathan's place. He was friendly and helpful with tips for seeing the city and getting around, and he flexible to meet us when we arrived.
Jonathan was a great host. Our cab driver had trouble finding the address at first, so I called Jonathan and he explained to the cab driver where to go. He helped us get our bags inside and showed us a map of the area and gave us tips regarding what was on in New Orleans at the moment, how to get there, and some recommendations for other things to do. He had bikes that we could use if we wanted, and there was always plenty of fresh towels. The downstairs bedroom and bathroom are only surrounded by sheets, no walls or doors, and although this was fine for us, it may not suit some very private people. The bedroom was comfortable and Jonathan also let us use his washer/dryer, which was a great help as we had been travelling for a few weeks. The house is a short (and cheap) bus commute into the French Quarter, and from there, everything is within walking distance. There is a grocery store within a few blocks of the house, and there are plenty of amenities for use in the kitchen. Overall, a very pleasant and great value stay!
Jonathan was great. As soon as I arrived, he offered me whiskey or a soft drink. I declined because I had to be up early, but I sat and talked with him for a while. He was very nice. The bed was very comfortable, and it was nice and quiet.
Jonathan was very nice, showing us where to go and what to do during our stay in New Orleans. The room is nice and cozy. We did not have any problems during our stay. The only thing which might bother some people is the cleaningness of the kitchen and living room. For us, it was not a problem, bc we did not plan on cooking.
I arrived and Jonathan was right at the door to greet me. Gave me good info about his city and really gives you space since i was tired. His bike is really fast!
Our flight was cancelled so we didnt have the chance to stay at Jonathan place but he was very helpful
Jonathan was an awesome host. Strait up didn’t want to leave! The room was very comfortable and the rest of the house was cozy too. The man has excellent taste in décor. His place is really well put together and has a nice home-y feeling to it. There were interesting books/ books on new Orleans in the room, plenty of pillows and blankets, space heater, bikes. Jonathan also took the time to tell me all about things to do in the city (pretty extensively), and showed me where they all were on a big map in his living room. He was also really helpful in navigating the bus system to his house from downtown. Pretty much handled anything that came up in most helpful way possible. Could not have been happier to be there. The neighborhood felt super safe. His house is pretty close to the local police station. The shower is through his room, but just feel free to walk in there. I guess he’s used to it. All in all, Jonathan is very easy to share space with. He respects your privacy, but seems to like hanging out with guests as well, which is an excellent way to spend an evening (or anytime really). Really, really liked being in his company. Would totally stay here again.
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.