The Best Airbnbs for Groups in New Orleans – The Best Airbnb’s For Bachelor, Bachelorette Parties & Mardi Gras

Out of all of the top group trip destinations and the top bachelorette party destinations, I have been most impressed with the stunning selection of Airbnbs in New Orleans. Not only does NOLA deliver when it comes to nightlife, culture and food, but with these gorgeously-decorated historic homes in the center of town, you’re going to be in for a weekend for the record books.

Between Bourbon street escapades, boozy brunches at Flamingo A Go Go, and consuming your yearly quota of beignets, you’ll want a welcoming oasis to relax in during your limited downtime. That’s where I come in. Whether you’re in NOLA for Mardi Gras, with your friends, or to celebrate with your bride tribe, you can check out my Ultimate Guide to New Orleans to start planning your itinerary, and check out this list of awesome New Orleans airbnbs for groups below!

THE BEST AIRBNBS IN NEW ORLEANS FOR GROUPS

New Construction in Central City

7 Bedrooms, 9 Beds, Sleeps 16

Price: $377/night ($23/person per night with 16)

Heated pool, outdoor entertainment space and located in the beautiful historic Central City? Count me in! This home is minutes away from the historic streetcars that will take you to the heart of the French Quarter or into the Historic Garden District. At your doorstep are Greek revival and Victorian mansions, museums, and world-class restaurants. Walk down Magazine Street and explore the miles of galleries, antique stores, and boutiques waiting for you there. 

 

The Mezzant Mansion

8 Bedrooms, 11 Beds, Sleeps 16

Price: $1,440/night ($90/person per night with 16)

This 1880’s renovated mansion is truly a one of the kind stay. With 5,000+ square feet of living space and 1/3 acre of gardens, The Mazant is located in New Orleans’ Bywater arts district, about 1.5 miles from the French Quarter! You’ll have a private pool in the gardens and plenty of outdoor living space to host dinner parties in the spring/summer.

Gorgeous Garden District Home

5 Bedrooms, 8 Beds, Sleeps 10

Price: $491/night ($49/person per night with 10)

With a private pool, custom chef’s kitchen, a gorgeous open concept living and dining area, and upscale amenities throughout, this Garden district home has everything you need. The Garden district is a historic neighborhood that is a bit quieter than the rowdy French Quarter, so you can get that quality sleep you’ll so desperately need. 

Glamour In The Garden District

5 Bedrooms, 10 Beds, 10 Guests

Price: $595/night ($59/person per night with 10)

This cute cottage with a pool is located in the quiet and historic Lower Garden District. With a huge private pool, standalone guest cottage with additional sleeping options, and a fully stocked chef’s kitchen, this home is perfect for groups of all sizes who seek a first-class New Orleans experience!

The Orleans House

8 Bedrooms, 10 beds, Sleeps 16

Price: $1,341/night ($83/person per night with 16)

Originally built in about 1879 as an Ice Cream Saloon and Billiards Parlor, this glamorous 3-story home is located directly on the Canal Street streetcar line. Situated in the heart of New Orleans steps away from the French Quarter, this unique property has been completely renovated and upgraded with all of the modern amenities! Plus there’s a private pool for festivities — always a win! Have your girls buy matching bikinis and sarongs and have a party!!!

Historic Central Business District Home

6 Bedrooms, 11 Beds, Sleeps 16+

Price: $412 ($25/person per night with 16)

Sleeping up to 19 people, this charmingly renovated New Orleans airbnb blends rustic exposed brick and wood detail with luxurious amenities and textiles. Located in the Central Business District. This part of town provides a tranquil refuge from the thrill of French Quarter, but is truly a destination in itself, with the WW2 museum and incredible restaurants at your fingertips! You’ll still be within minutes of all the action!

 

Designer Home on Magazine St

5 Bedrooms, 10 Beds, Sleeps 10

Price: $534/night ($53/person per night with 10)

Chic decor,  thoughtful amenities like a heated pool, and unbeatable location combine to make this home a luxury NOLA experience. Perfect for groups looking for a hip, modern spot that is close to all the action!

Esplanade Estate in Lower Treme

8 Bedrooms, 14 Beds, Sleeps 16+

Price: $600/night ($38/person per night with 16)

The outdoor space is a MAJOR selling point for this already gorgeous airbnb. With a huge pool and hot tub, outdoor dining table and grill, it’s ideal for summer-time festivities for large groups in New Orleans. Located right next to the French Quarter, the Lower Treme neighborhood remains one of the most vibrant areas of New Orleans, playing home to an incredible underground live jazz scene and regular second-line parades.

Tropical Oasis in Mid City

5 Bedrooms, 7 Beds, Sleeps 10

Price: $393/night ($39/person per night with 10)

With murals throughout the house done by local artists, this is a truly one of a kind stay. Recent renovations offer a private pool and backyard entertaining space, artsy bedrooms and full kitchen! The house is located in Mid-City, a centrally located neighborhood just minutes from the French Quarter, Garden District, Marigny, and Bywater. 

Central City Stunner

6 Bedrooms, 9 Beds, Sleeps 16

Price: $258/night ($16/person per night with 16, what a steal)

At an unbeatable price point, this newly renovated home offers stylish surroundings, a private pool, a chef’s kitchen and a central location. What’s not to love??

Luxe Home in the Central Business District

4 Bedrooms, 5 Beds, Sleeps 12

Price: $372/night ($31/person per night with 12)

Originally constructed in the late 1800’s, this home was artfully restored with the guest experience at top of mind. Modern amenities mingle with all the creature comforts of home to create a space that is at once both pretty and practical. With a spacious outdoor dining room for dinner parties, a custom chef’s kitchen, and tempurpedic mattresses, you’re in for a treat of a stay. The Central Business district has amazing restaurants and shops of its own to explore, but you’re still within walking distance of the historic French Quarter!

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