Hosteeva New Orleans – Stay in the Heart of New Orleans

Stay in a luxurious, fully-furnished home in the heart of New Orleans when you book with Hosteeva Vacation Rentals. Choose from 1 to 5 bedroom properties, which can accommodate up to 12 people. Each unit is fully equipped with the comforts of home and the luxuries of a five-star hotel. Choose from properties in the Warehouse District, the French Quarter, or even a historic home on Tchoupitoulas Street.

Hosteeva New Orleans is located near Bourbon Street. It is also close to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the Roman Catholic Immaculate Conception Church, and many other attractions. Guests will also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. The hotel is located just 20 minutes from the city center. Nearby attractions include Harrah’s Casino and St. Louis Cemetery No. 1.

Six condos in this upscale hotel offer free WiFi in their common areas and rooms. The rooms are equipped with modern amenities and clean bed linen. They also feature a private bathroom. Within three miles, you will find the Ogden Museum of Southern Art as well as Union Station. The Hotel Hosteeva New Orleans can be found at 1014 Canal Street in New Orleans’ Central Business District. It is a short walk from Bourbon Street, Magazine St.

Hosteeva New Orleans offers modern condos located in the California Building in the heart of the city. Located just a five-minute walk from Canal Street and 15 minutes from Caesars Superdome, this property offers modern amenities and free WiFi. Rooms include flat-screen TVs, washer/dryers, and ceiling fans.

Hosteeva New Orleans is part of Marriott International’s Homes & Villas brand, and its luxury vacation home rental platform. Marriott Bonvoy members can now choose from more than 200 luxury Crescent City vacation homes. In addition, Marriott Bonvoy members have access to Hosteeva luxury vacation homes in 10 other leisure destinations.

Hosteeva New Orleans – Stay in the Heart of New Orleans
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