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New Orleans Bed and Breakfast: Big Easy Romantic Experiences

It may cost a little more than a cheap hotel, but the experience of staying in a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast makes it totally worth a few extra dollars.

 

 

New Orleans Bed and Breakfast

by Emily Burson

Experience the Big Easy from a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast

Ah, New Orleans. It is the land of the 24/7 party that is Mardi Gras and a long list of parties that aren’t in the middle of February. If you are planning on taking in the sites, sounds, festivities, and life that is New Orleans, consider the benefits or recuperating in a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast.

If there is anything New Orleans is known for more than the parties, jazz, and the infamous Bourbon Street, it’s the people of the city. Known for their style, attitude, and love of life, you will experience true life of the city from the porch of a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast.

A New Orleans Bed and Breakfast will allow you to wake up in a small, intimate setting. You can be as close to or as far from the craziness of downtown as you would like. Instead of wondering about the quality of your hotel room and your hotel neighbors, you will find a small group of people who all enjoy the same things about life—a strong cup of coffee and a quiet morning routine.

There is an intimacy that comes only from staying in a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast. Over the course of your stay, you will get to know the owners or your temporary home well. You will know their stories, and the stories of their life in the Big Easy. If you take the time to get to know them, your temporary family can become a big part of your vacation!

More than anything, a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast provides a welcome get away from the world. You don’t stay in a hotel, you stay in a home. No matter how many stars a hotel has, it can’t feel like a big house, full of love. Imagine the smells of a big, hearty New Orleans breakfast being cooked. Be careful, people in New Orleans like everything a little spicy, don’t they?

It may cost a little more than a cheap hotel, but the experience of staying in a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast makes it totally worth a few extra dollars. If you are not someone going to the city to drink and party, those extra dollars can also mean you stand a much higher chance of getting a nice, peaceful sleep. The cheapest hotel in town cannot make that promise!

Consider what you really want out of your vacation, and then consider the simplicity and familiarity that only a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast can bring!

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