The Old No 77 Hotel & Chandlery is situated in three adjacent Warehouses that date back to the mid 1800s. The buildings were Once used to store coffee and tobacco. The historic structures that make up The Old No 77 Hotel & Chandlery were renovated to create a restful artfully modern oasis in the heart of New Orleans eclectic warehouse arts district. A smart blend of The old and the new with a focus on convenience and comfort that captures the essence of New Orleans with a modern twist. Touches of the original architecture are evident throughout the Hotel. If you like exposed brick walls our hotel lobby will exceed your expectations.
The staff was wonderful and our room was great. Super comfortable beds and fun décor for a good price.
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.
Super great location and easy access to great restaurant and bar downstairs
Need to be more green with option of recycling towels.
The decor of this place is awesome! It starts with the huge vintage-style lighted sign out front, and everything you see from that point on makes you say, "ooh--look at that!" (in a good way). The gorgeous tile-work on...well, everything, is amazing. And--I wanted to take all of the furniture home with me! The character of this building is something special. You don't complain about the uneven floors because you're staying in an old warehouse! How cool! Exposed brick walls (that aren't fake) are always great--I only wish they had left all of them bare instead of painting some of them. They also had great coffee and blueberry muffins!
It was quite warm for this time of year (high 70's in late-November), which of course is nothing new in the south, but the a/c units in the rooms were not so great. Pretty much the same as a window unit-loud, and hard to create an even temp in the room. The ceiling fan was also not great, and that's one thing every bedroom needs in my opinion. The room we had (queen interior deluxe, I think) was pretty small, but we didn't plan to stay inside much anyway. One last thing--watch out for the bed rails! I nailed my shin on the corner of ours three times.
Overall nice staycool Decour trendy
Temperature in the room was a bit warm
The style of the hotel/rooms was awesome. Well thought out floor plan & cool atmosphere. Totally loved it. Awesome little getaway retreat in the heart of New Orleans
Great location. Great price. Clean and very comfortable
Excellent deal for price in pretty good location and very nice rooms
Restaurant and coffee prices were ridiculously inflated. In fact, coffee guy would;t open up till 7 and then it was $3.50 for a basic cup of joe. Should have coffee in lobby or in rooms..
I liked the convenience of the location
I did not get the room I booked
I liked the old-world feel of the building and the confort of the bed. The location was also key being so close to the french quarter.
The walls were very thin and I could hear my neighbours talking.
I like the hotel period.
Conveinvent location to french quarter.
The large rooms, the price, the convenience. The staff was very friendly.I liked the safe deposit box feature and going online capabilities. I loved the view especially at night and at sunrise. Thanks for asking.
The bathrooms had mold around the sink. It looked bad. The tub mat was dirty looking. I asked the front desk to have the maid clean the tub a little better or leave stuff for me to clean it. Probably the mats just need some bleach cleanser to whiten them. Because the mats never whitened during our stay. Also, the wall under the heat/ac vent that is between the bathroom and the main room needed cleaning-drip marks marred the wall & it looks like someone threw a beverage against the wall-probably just condensation. But these are easy things to fix. Room 424 was my room. It doesn't look like the ad says -recently updated.
Yes not safe noesy inconfortable I advise this hotel for any body
Location vis-a-vis my meeting place and important places.
The mandatory phone/internet charge of 8$. This must be stated from the beginning. Anyway, it was good staying there.
close to what I wanted
Close proximity to French Quarter (Canal Street) and the Convention Center.
I had problems with the bathroom light not coming on. Reported this to the frontdesk. They sent someone in to place new bulbs in, but that only solved the problem for a brief moment. It seemed to be an electrical problem because the light did not come back on after turning it off. The bathrooms really need updating. Other than that, I actually liked the hotel and it's location to everything.