If you are looking for corporate rental housing for your extended stay in New Orleans, then take a look at the flavorful and comfortable options that Jelly Roll Suites has to offer. Our exclusive inventory of stylish suites will delight you with their furnishings and extra amenities. Jelly Roll’s “Executive Accommodations” will change your expectations about extended stays and business travel. Feel free to contact us or give us a call with your housing wish list and let us find what you are looking for at 504.310.1400 or for reservations 504.681.0049.
Our Team is Here for You
Our team at Jelly Roll Executive Suites believes in doing business the old fashioned way, face-to-face and person-to-person. We are locally based in New Orleans near the French Quarter, so we know where to eat, shop, and see the sites. Yes we arrange living spaces, but what we offer most is a person to listen to your needs and who knows New Orleans and how to get you answers. When you need Corporate Housing, Temporary Apartments, Short-Term Leasing, or Interim Accommodations, call us and talk to a real person with real experience who can answer your questions and work to match an apartment to meet your needs. Let our team of experienced professionals at Jelly Roll Executive Suites make your life easier!
Your Comfort is Our Business
Visit our office anytime and experience the Jelly Roll Executive Suites “Twist.“ Our office is centrally located downtown near the French Quarter in the heart of the New Orleans Warehouse District. We are just a short walk away from the sites, sounds, and flavors that the city is known for. We provide an authentic New Orleans housing feel with all the amenities and service that you need to be completely comfortable during your extended stay at our New Orleans Suite but still get a taste of the sweet Southern city. Explore our site and see why Jelly Roll Executive Suites really is “all that jazz”.
Though there is no argument about where jazz began (it began here in New Orleans), there’s no shortage of opinions about which musician was the first to play jazz, some of them put forth by the musicians themselves. Ferdinand Joseph Lamothe was a true original whose prodigious talents and contributions to jazz history were almost matched by his ability for self-aggrandizement. You probably know him better by the name he picked up playing piano, “I created jazz, and there’s no jazz but Jellyroll’s Jazz.” Jelly Roll Morton was partially raised by his loving godmother, Eulalie Echo, who was the favorite Voodoo priestess of the Storyville Madames. He grew up listening to (and soon playing) the piano in the very same pleasure houses where Eulalie performed her gris-gris. Her Voodoo alarmed Jelly. It actually downright scared him. He used to tell the story of how Eulalie would put glasses of water around the house and how voices came out of those glasses. It was rumored among the prostitutes that Eulalie had sold his young soul for her power, which was considerable. Whatever Eulalie may have done, Jelly Roll had plenty of soul left over for the piano and to cement himself in jazz history.