The New Orleans Tribune
The Alexandre Modern Vintage Collection
#304 | Two Bedroom
6 guests | 1 king bed | 1 full bed | 1 sofa bed | 2 bathrooms
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You’ll feel right at home in this cozy unit that’s just a short stroll away from the French Quarter. With a full kitchen, lightning-fast wifi, and plenty of space, you’ll have everything you need for a comfortable stay. There are 2 bedrooms, one with a king bed, and the other with a queen bed. Our location is unbeatable! You can easily walk to the French Quarter, Bourbon Street, top-rated restaurants, the Convention Center, and the Superdome in just a few minutes. And, we’re pet-friendly!
The master bedroom features a King-size bed with a memory foam mattress, a 32″ Smart TV, a Sitting area, and double closets with full-sized mirror doors. The en-suite master bathroom has a custom marble vanity, as well as a full-sized bathtub with a rain showerhead.
The guest bedroom features a queen-size bed with a memory foam mattress and a sitting area. The adjacent guest bathroom is accessed through the hallway.
OPEN SPACE LIVING AREA
The space is ideal for unwinding and socializing after a day of exploring the city. It boasts a spacious living, dining, and kitchen area with contemporary chandeliers and large windows. The living room has a daybed for additional sleeping arrangements, a dining table for four, a comfortable sitting area with a sofa and chair, and a 55″ smart TV. The kitchen is fully equipped with custom cabinets, elegant marble countertops, a stainless steel gas range, a microwave, a dishwasher, and a refrigerator with a filtered ice maker.
This unit is on floor 3 of a 4-story historic building once comprised of 3 structures that were once part of the famous Newspaper Row in the late 1800s and is accessible by elevator. Referencing the building’s history, you will find cultural touches and artwork inspired by its original occupants which were several of New Orleans’ major newspapers and other publications including “The New Orleans Tribune”.