The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery
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The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery began life in as a warehouse in New Orleans’ heyday as a port city back in 1854. The hotel was established in 2015, but keeps the artisanal vibe of its roots through its distinctive decor. The locally stocked mini-bar features Swamp Pop, Zappos chips, Sucré chocolate and Zydeco power bars. Of particular note are the hotel’s Artist Loft Suites, where local artists have tailored rooms to their unique sensibilities. Make sure to grab a bite at Chef Nina Compton’s restaurant, Compère Lapin, conveniently situated within the hotel.
Established along the border of the Warehouse & Arts District and Central Business District, our novel hotel originally served as a coffee & tobacco warehouse since the mid-19th century until 1997 when it was converted into a hotel.
The hotel has been fully-restored to feature the building’s rustic authenticity while presenting contemporary amenities and furnishings with commitment to excellent service.