A convenient, old boutique hotel
Very close and well-situated between Morial convention center, and Bourbon street. Nice staff. Artsy vibe. I like the brick/hardwood feel of the rooms
Any building that has survived since the 1850’s, and been through multiple hurricanes, is going to have some elements that feel dated, and the lower level rooms have challenges with white-wash over old flood lines. But overall, great value and location, and I like to stay here while attending meetings at the convention center.
Great location and cute decor
A little loud from street noise. Building is old so we could hear plumbing
Every aspect of the hotel's design seemed well thought out. The room was on the smaller side but so well designed, laid out, and furnished that it wasn't cramped and seemed perfectly sized. It was impeccably clean and comfortable, and the availability of good coffee and pastries in the morning from the lobbying was a well appreciated touch.
No concerns or changes to suggest
Walking distance to waterfront
Great hotel!!! It's in walking distance to Bourbon st and waterfront to market. We had such a great time!
Rustic Look, Coffee, Drinks, Location, Staff
Tub/Shower could've been updated but it worked.
Not worth the money.
Clean and good location.
Small, dark room. Unimpressive. Limited outlets. Small window with view of a brick tunnel and beer can. Nothing redeeming. Definitely not with >$200 to stay here. Got a hotel 2 blocks down for half price and much nicer for the remainder of our stay. Did not investigate amenities.
Best stay ever!
The staff and rooms were perfection! They even had a treat for our pup and a very reasonable fee for him!
This was our second stay. The decor, atmosphere and location are awesome.
Very thin walls. Expect to hear other guests getting back into their rooms at all times of the night and early morning. You can hear every word they say, every door they open and every step they take.
Staff was fantastic. Hotel has a great vibe, great art and great vibe. Highly recommend.
My only complaint is the condition of the carpet in the hallway on the Lexington side of the hotel. After we turned the corner, we were a little scared as we headed up that our room would be in similar condition. However, room was great.
Chic industrial hotel in great location
Bedding is fabulous. Staff is friendly. Rooms are decorated in a very modern and fun way. Good location. Fun bar next door with great burgers. Have not tried the restaurant, but the coffee counter is great. Second stay here and would stay again.
Insulation is TERRIBLE! On my first stay I could hear footsteps non-stop so this time I requested a top floor room. Although this alleviated the noise above, this time we could hear every word of the neighbors and people in the hall and unfortunately a baby crying woke us up multiple times one night. Next time I will ask for earphones!
The staff was wonderful and our room was great. Super comfortable beds and fun décor for a good price.
Great place to stay in the big easy!
Staff was very friendly. Booked a Queen Interior room with no windows. At check-in, the clerk took it upon himself to upgrade us to a Premium King room with two large windows overlooking Tchoupitoulas Street on the front of the hotel. The old coffee warehouse provides a great balance of historic charm with very contemporary decor. Location at the warehouse district is great, being very close to Harrah's and easy walking distance to French Market & Bourbon Street. Best value in New Orleans, without the upgrade!
As with most of New Orleans, parking is horrible. Expect to pay $30 for 24 hours in the lot across the street if you can't luck up on one of the few free on-street spaces.
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery is centrally located in New Orleans, a 5-minute walk from Louisiana Children's Museum and 8 minutes by foot from National World War II Museum. Featured amenities include express check-out, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services.
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