Want to Go to Jazz Fest in New Orleans?
Posted by Tony & Cheri on January 12, 2010
Unfortunately we are unable to make our yearly trek to New Orleans for Jazz Fest this year. That means that our timeshare in the French Quarter is available for rental from April 30-May 6.
The timeshare is in the Quarter House, which is located on Chartres Street in the French Quarter. It will accommodate four people (one bedroom and a pullout couch in the living room). Each suite has its own completely furnished kitchen, dishes, linens, private jacuzzi bath or walk-in shower with European shower heads, color television, DVD players, and everything you need to enjoy a relaxing vacation in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Hi-speed wireless internet connections are available in all rooms as is private telephone service. There is also a courtyard swimming pool, maid service, laundry facilities, and concierge services. There is a complimentary continental breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings served in the lush tropical courtyard. We’ve been staying at the Quarter House exclusively for our trips to New Orleans for almost 15 years, and we love it.
The great news is that our timeshare period covers the second weekend of Jazz Fest, which is always the biggest and the best. Musical acts include Aretha Franklin, Pearl Jam, Van Morrison, Elvis Costello, Widespread Panic, B.B.King, Govt Mule, Jeff Beck, the Heart & Soul of New Orleans, the Mighty Mighty Neville Brothers and many, many more.
If you’ve never been to Jazz Fest, you should go at least once. It’s an amazing festival of music, food and culture set in one of our very favorite cities in the world, New Orleans. Once you go, you’ll want to go year after year!
Rooms at the Quarter House generally run $350 per night. However we are offering our timeshare for the entire week (Friday through Thursday) for just $1000. Please email us for more information.
Feb 5, 2010 update: WE HAVE JUST RENTED OUT OUR TIME SHARE WEEK. PLEASE CHECK BACK NEXT YEAR. 🙂
The Courtyard at the Quarter House
A typical room at the Quarter House