Bachelorette parties tend to be big extravagant parties. That’s why New Orleans is the ideal bachelorette party destination: There’s live music, seafood restaurants, drinking is allowed on the street – and of course, you can’t miss out on the rowdy atmosphere of the Bourbon street bars. So make the most of your time you need a New Orleans bachelorette party airbnb that is comfortable and stylish — and a pool doesn’t hurt either.
Usually lots of friends are involved, which can make the planning tedious – even if everyone is looking forward to the trip. You need a big space, with lots of room to lounge and relax (recovering from last night’s hangover is crucial so you can do it all again). Ideally, there will be space in the backyard for drinks, dinner, or just catching some rays in the afternoon before heading out for dinner or hitting the bars. And you probably want a pool too, because it’s not really a vacation if you can’t throw on your bathing suit and go for a dip. The New Orleans bachelorette party airbnb that your group lands on should be a space you look forward to coming back to at the end of the night.
The best New Orleans bachelorette party airbnb will sleep many people and have lots of communal lunge space, and there plenty of options that include several that are close to the French Quarter if you’re looking for easy access to restaurants and nightlife. These highly rated properties offer quirky decorations, spacious backyards for dinner parties and late night drinks, and comfortable bedrooms where you can get the rest you need to party all day with your friends. Here’s where to book your next stay.
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1. 8 bedroom mansion with elevator
This epic mansion near Treme and the French Quarter has eight bedrooms and sleeps 24 people. It’s a great option if you have a big friend group, or members of your family are joining in the bachelorette party festivities. The interiors are elegant with a touch of character – there are velvet and leather couches, decorative rugs, taxidermied animals hanging on the walls, brick fireplaces, and antique chandeliers. Enjoy dinner in the backyard, or in the spacious kitchen. And don’t forget to check out the fully functional elevator.
Price: $1,311 per night
2. Private home with pool near the French Quarter
There’s so much to love about this elegant home in the French Quarter: Not only is it close to all the action but it has an outdoor dinner table for group meals in the evenings, a spacious, open kitchen, and comfy couches in the living that are perfect for lounging. The pool and hot tub in the backyard offer opportunities to keep the party at home if your group prefers. There’s a cute porch where you can drink your coffee in the morning, and even a soaking tub in one of the bathrooms.
Price: 1,094 per night
3. 5 bedroom home close to Frenchman Street
With all white walls and decor, and polished wood floors, this house near Frenchman Street is a stylish option for a bachelorette with a more refined taste. There are live music venues close by and an outdoor patio give guests space to lounge or eat dinner outside.
Price: $939 per night
4. Colorful home with hot tub
With a pool and cozy porch, your bachelorette party might not actually want to leave the backyard. Featuring a colorful mural of the beach, and other colorful details like teal walls and pink velvet chairs in the living room, this home will get you in a playful mood. The huge kitchen has two sinks and two kitchen islands will give everyone space to cook and eat. It’s also within walking distance of two famous New Orleans restaurants, Charlie’s Steakhouse and Pascal’s Manale.
Price: $881 per night
5. Historic home in the French Quarter
With its proximity to three of New Orleans most famous streets – Bourbon Street, Royal Street, and Esplanade Ave – the location is what might appeal to bachelorette parties staying here. This six room guesthouse has a shared patio, and all rooms are accessed from exterior corridors to give everyone privacy. Once you’re inside, pink and purple walls and antique decor gives this space an eccentric atmosphere.
Price: $707 per night
6. Townhouse in Bywater
With a cozy porch outfitted with couches and a backyard patio complete with a pool, there’s plenty of space to relax in this townhouse. Hardwood floors and French doors add the home’s elegant interior design. With a kitchen island and a dining room table, guests can enjoy both casual meals and sit down dinners. The Bywater neighborhood is nearby New Orleans favorite Bacchanal restaurant and bar, as well as the French Quarter.
Price: $636 per night
7. Luxury home in Treme
At this luxury home, here’s a pool and hot tub tucked into this cozy patio, with a small table where you can sip drinks while the sun is out. The interiors are sleek and modern: Olive green tiles in the kitchen match the olive green dining room table chairs, and floor to ceiling windows fill every room with sunshine. The house is near the French Quarter and Willie Mae’s Scotch House – where some people say the best fried chicken in New Orleans is made.
Price: $468 per night
8. MidCity oasis with heated pool
With a colorful mural of plants and parrots on one wall, the outdoor area of this house is where your bachelorette party will want to hang out. The heated pool and grill will get the party started at home before you decide to head out – it’s just a five minute drive to the French Quarter. Multi colored throw pillows, wall art, and another mural inside add to the cheerful design.
Price: $307 per night