The Carrollton Sun

 The Alexandre Vintage Collection 401 – Two Bedroom King, Full & Twin Bunk Bed

6 guests | 3 beds | 2 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms

PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE: By booking directly, you’ll always get the best price. If you find a better rate before booking, contact us and we’ll match it.
Be prepared to have your most extraordinary New Orleans experience in this magnificent, architecturally distinctive condo in the heart of the business district. This gorgeous 2-bedroom 2-bathroom condo features ornate chandeliers, Victorian-style furnishing, and floor to ceiling windows overlooking the New Orleans business district skyline. Located in a historic building dating back to the 1800s this condo is steps from the French Quarter as well as the best fine dining restaurants, museums, casual restaurants, boutiques that New Orleans has to offer. The space comfortably sleeps up to 7 people making the ideal space for family or group of friends.
The Alexandre Unit 401, a New Orleans luxury rental.
The Alexandre Unit 401 bedroom, a New Orleans luxury rental.

Upon entering “The Carrollton Sun” you will be struck by the roominess of the great living room/kitchen open floor plan with walls of windows that bathe this space in light. The Carrollton sun is equipped with a modern kitchen and extra-large table for dining to enhance the entertainment flow. The master bedroom has a king bed with a memory foam mattress a lovely en-suite bathroom and plenty of storage space. The guest bedroom is equipped with a full bed with a memory foam mattress, as well as a bunk bed with a spacious full bathroom next door off the hallway.

The condo includes all modern luxuries such as a fully-equipped gourmet kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, washer & dryer, free high-speed internet, cable TV, central air conditioning/heating, keyless entry locks, luxurious linens, robes, and towels.

This unit is on floor 4 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 Carrolton Sun”.


Self check-in

High-speed Wifi

Air conditioning


Flat screen TV


Dining table

Hot water

Private entrance







Coffee maker

Coffee supplies


Dishes & silverware


Iron board




Hotel-grade linens

Hotel-grade towels

Individual toiletries



Memory foam beds

Memory foam pillow

Bathtub w/ shower

First-aid kit

Smoke detector

CO detector



Long-term stays

Paid parking

Fire extinguisher