Escape to…The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery | New Orleans, LA

An unconventionally historic New Orleans hotel, the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery the latest incarnation of a building that began its life in 1854 as a warehouse serving the Port of New Orleans. Built in the heart of New Orleans’ bustling port district just steps from the French Quarter, it served as a coffee warehouse before being purchased by E.J. Hart & Company who operated a chandlery, or general wholesale business, trading in everything sailing ships needed to stock their voyages – from canvas and rope to paper, tobacco and patent medicines.

The Victorian-era coffee warehouse has traded its humble industrial interiors for an elevated look that screams hipster chic. Just three blocks from the French Quarter, the pet-friendly hotel also houses Compère Lapin, a buzzy Latin bistro headed by Top Chef alum Nina Compton.

Location:  New Orleans, LA
Distance from Airport:  Louis Armstrong New Orleans Intl. Airport, (MSY) approx. 20-30 mins. away
Distance from Cruise Terminal:  Port of New Orleans -approx. 5 mins. away

Located in the Heart of NOLA.

The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery is a New Orleans’ boutique hotel located just four blocks from the world-famous French Quarter and Bourbon Street and three blocks from the New Orleans Convention Center within easy walking distance of the city’s top dining, shopping and nightlife.

The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery makes a great New Orleans “Escape” location. Close to all the action of the French Quarter and Bourbon Street . Planning to cruise from New Orleans? Consider this hotel as a pre or post cruise stay, its only 5 mins from the cruise port!  To book an New Orleans “Escape” or cruise package contact me at!


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