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Rent apartment/condo or hotel rooms in the French Quarter, New Orleans.

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I'm planning a bachelor party for my friend. My friend wants me to find an apartment/ condo In the French quarter to rent for 4 or 5 days. There will probably be around 10 to 15 people who will want to come. We are thinking we want to go from April 30th to May 4th.

My question, is it possible to find someone who would be willing to rent out their apartment/ condo to a group of guys on their bachelor party in the French quarter? Or should we look for cheap hotel rooms in the the French quarter? I guess we do not have to be right in the French quarter, but we want it to be walking distance. Any ideas of costs? Or rental agencies in that area?

Any comments and help will be greatly appreciated.

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