The Alexandre Vintage Collection 404 – Penthouse One Bedroom King & Rooftop Access
2 guests | 1 bed | 1 bedroom | 1 bathroom
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As part of 336 camp condos, the 1 bedroom and 1 bath penthouse is elegant and dramatic with luxurious chandeliers and Victorian style decor. The open floor plan with living and dining next to the kitchen creates an easy flow. This unique space is located in the famous Camp street, and is walking distance to the French Quarter, countless restaurants, unique shopping and Canal St. making it the perfect base for your New Orleans exploration and enjoyment.
“The Mascot” penthouse features a gourmet kitchen packed with all of the modern amenities you could wish for. A full-size stove, fridge, microwave and dishwasher have all been conveniently placed to create a at home setting. A large Victorian style sofa is situated across from the large Smart TV. Also located in the main living space you will find a small dining table, that can also be used as a workspace. The private bedroom is equipped with a king bed with memory foam mattress and features double door that leads to the shared balcony overlooking the New Orleans business district skyline.
The penthouse includes all modern luxuries such as 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 and it is 1 of three penthouses. “The Mascot” can be rented individually to accommodate 2 guests or can be combined with the two other adjacent penthouse units to accommodate up to 15 guests.
The historic building where the penthouse is located dates back to the late 1800’s and was once part of the famous Newspaper Row 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 Mascot”.