The Rampart Residence: New Orleans Louisiana - 3 Bedroom Vacation Home for Rent

The Rampart Residence: New Orleans Louisiana - 3 Bedroom Vacation Home for Rent

The Rampart Residence

Vacation Home in New Orleans Louisiana

1821 South Rampart Street
Bedrooms: 3 Bedrooms • Sleeps 6
Bathrooms: 2 Full Bathrooms
Location Setting: City / Downtown
Beach Access: Near a Beach
Air Conditioning: Yes
Internet: Internet Access
Washer/Dryer: Yes
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  • Daily Rates from $99 to $1,242 per night

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Property Description

Our home is professionally cleaned and sanitized using properly rated disinfectant for COVID-19, as outlined by the WHO.

The Rampart Residence is the best place to come back to after a long day of sightseeing in New Orleans, to just relax with family or friends. Home is just 4 blocks away from the Famous St. Charles Streetcar and 12 min from the French Quarter.

We look forward to hosting you! Please don't hesitate to send us a message before your stay!
Normal check-in time is 4pm on the arrival date. For check-in's from 12:30pm - 4:00pm, it's an extra $50 to have an extra cleaner assist with servicing the property.

Check-in before 12:30pm would require booking the previous night at a much discounted rate. Contact host for details.

Street parking cannot be guaranteed and when utilizing street parking please make sure to adhere by city and state laws.


Guests will have uninterrupted access to the entirety of this home - 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living area, laundry.


• 12 min to the French Quarter
• 11 min to Bourbon Street
• 12 min to Magazine Street
• 14 min to Audubon Park/Zoo
• 11 min to Canal Street
• 19 min to Airport
The famous St. Charles streetcar is a four block walk and will take you to the corner of Bourbon street. $1.25 per ride or $3 for a day pass that expires at 4am.

Lyft and Uber new user promo codes are provided to get ride credit for what is a $5-10 ride to Downtown/French Quarter (without surge prices).

Street parking cannot be guaranteed and when utilizing street parking please make sure to adhere by city and state laws.


While we likely won't see you in person during your stay we are available as needed to assist with any questions you may have and have even curated a custom guidebook with all of the best eateries, bars/nightlife, and things to do in the city. With decades of combined hospitality experience in major hotel chains, we'll always do our best to ensure you have a great stay!


The grand mansions along St. Charles Avenue drowsing beneath ancient, stately oaks. The energetic bustle of Magazine Street. The spires of Tulane and Loyola Universities. The cool shade of Audubon Park. The raised Creole cottages and restrained Greek Revival houses and gabled Tudors and Carpenter's Gothic fantasies that line streets named Jefferson and Napoleon and Austerlitz and Amelia. And did we mention the zoo? And the golf course? Uptown New Orleans is the epitome of the gracious, gentle beauty that's defined New Orleans for many generations.

Historically, "Uptown" was a direction, meaning movement against the direction of the flow of the Mississippi. After the Louisiana Purchase, many settlers from other parts of the United States developed their homes and businesses in the area upriver from the older Creole city. In the 19th century, Canal Street was known as the dividing line between "Uptown" and "Downtown" New Orleans: the boundary between the predominantly Francophone area downriver and the predominantly Anglophone area upriver.

The very broadest definition of "Uptown," if derived from the historic definition including everything upriver from Canal Street, would encompass about one-third of the city. In its narrowest usage as a New Orleans City Planning neighborhood, "Uptown" refers to an area of only some dozen blocks centering on the intersection of Jefferson and St. Charles Avenues. Neither of these is what most New Orleanians of recent generations usually mean by "Uptown". While some may quibble about the exact boundaries, "Uptown" generally refers to the areas of the city closer to the river (the river side of S. Claiborne Avenue), upriver from the Pontchartrain Expressway, and nearer the modern CBD/Warehouse District neighborhood.

The boundaries of the federal Uptown New Orleans Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, are: the river to S. Claiborne Avenue, and Jackson Avenue to Broadway. Adjacent areas, which are often colloquially referred to as parts of Uptown, are other federal historic districts: Carrollton, the Garden District, the Irish Channel, Central City, and the Lower Garden District. According to the Greater New Orleans Community Data Center, Uptown, as a specific neighborhood, is bounded by Napoleon Avenue, Magazine Street, Jefferson Avenue and LaSalle Street. The neighborhood was once known as the Faubourg Bouligny until it became part of Jefferson City. The area was annexed by New Orleans in 1870.

Uptown was developed during the 19th century, mostly from land that had been plantations in the colonial era. Several sections were originally developed as separate towns, like Lafayette, Jefferson City, Greenville, and Carrollton. For a time in the early 19th century, most of Uptown was part of Jefferson Parish, until the City of New Orleans annexed the two. In 1874, New Orleans added the towns of Lafayette (not to be confused with the present city of the same name located in Lafayette Parish) and Carrollton. This newly-absorbed area became known as Uptown New Orleans.

People from other parts of the United States settled Uptown in the 19th century, joined by immigrants, notably from Italy, Ireland, and Germany. Uptown has always had a sizable African-American population. Notable Uptowners have included jazz musicians Louis Armstrong, Buddy Bolden, George Brunies, Harry Connick, Jr., Percy Humphrey, the Neville Brothers, Joe "King" Oliver, Leon Roppolo, singers the Boswell Sisters and Mahalia Jackson, author Anne Rice, inventor A. Baldwin Wood, ethnobotanist Mark Plotkin, professional football players Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, and Drew Brees, and rappers B.G., Birdman, Soulja Slim and Lil Wayne.


Professionally designed, filled with local art, and featuring a suite of modern amenities, our 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home can comfortably accommodate big groups. Add in a close proximity to the French Quarter and this is the perfect place for groups seeking only the best of New Orleans.

Completely Private Space, including private entrance and bathrooms! Great for families and large groups!
Intimate Setting For Couples •Extremely Comfortable Beds!
Full Kitchen with Stove/Oven, Refrigerator, Microwave
Desk for Computer Setup/Workspace
Smart TV with Access to your Netflix / Hulu / Amazon Prime Video accounts & much more!
Digital Guidebook W/ Food/Fun Recommendations, Early Check-in/Late Checkout option etc.

Featured Amenities

» Air Conditioning
» Dishwasher
» Washer/Dryer
» Internet Access

Property Features

» Ceiling Fan(s)
» Coffee Maker
» Refrigerator
» Hair Dryer
» Iron / Ironing Board
» Towels/Linens
» Microwave
» Oven
» Stove

Other Property Amenities

  • Allows Pets
  • 24 Checkin
  • Baby High Chair
  • Baby Travel Bed
  • Babysitter Recommendations
  • Carbon Monoxide Detector
  • Cleaning With Disinfectants
  • Contactless Checkin
  • Cooking Basics
  • Crockery Cutlery
  • Deck Patio
  • Enhanced Cleaning
  • Essentials
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • First Aid Kit
  • Hangers
  • Heating
  • Hot Water
  • Kitchen
  • Lock On Bedroom
  • Office
  • Pack N Play Travel Crib
  • Pots Pans
  • Private Entrance
  • Room Darkening Shades
  • Shampoo
  • Smoke Detector
  • Surveillance
  • T V
  • Wardrobe
  • Family Friendly
  • Laptop Friendly
  • Check In Option Instruction
  • Bathtub

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