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lovely room. comfortable bed and great shower

The hotel is unique, but it's unique in a great way. I appreciated being a little different, the front desk staff was great, and the housekeepers were pleasant when passing them in the hallways, and in the elevator. Also the restaurant on the property/next door is great as well!

Great location and wonderful staff

There is no coffee machine in the rooms or even in the lobby. The wifi speed was slow and noticeable. At least have coffee in the lobby, the coffee bar outrages in price and feels like the hotel is deliberately charging a high price by limiting coffee in the room or in the lobby. The room walls are paper thin, we could hear our neighbors cough. The fan light in the room turns on by itself in the middle of the night.

Lapin (Brer Rabbit in French) is an excellent restaurant with good, prompt service. Reservation advised starting at 5:30 or 5:45 p.m.. Breakfast in lobby extra, or room food credit with pleasant two-person staff, but not a lot of choice of what to eat. Breakfast food good and espresso, cappucino, Americano, etc. coffee available to eat in lobby or take out (7:30 to 11 a.m.). The hotel itself has brick walls painted over (it's an old chandlery repurposed as a hotel) and many rooms are interior -- no windows. So not a pretty or luxurious hotel. Our slightly more expensive room had a view over the street, which was somewhat noisy but not bad on third floor as late as 1:30 a.m. Traffic noise in a.m. and p.m. No coffee pot in room. Spartan furnishings. In Warehouse District so away from French Quarter. Okay for younger people and budget travellers. Not for travelers who wants a luxury hotel.

Loved decor and location

Quieter than Canal St, but not by much. Construction going on at building adjacent. Started at 0530 each weekday morning. Could do better eco-wise with large dispenser bottles for toiletries. Didn’t clean everyday though which is good. We got a premium king which had two windows. There exists many interior rooms which I don’t believe have windows at all. May have been quieter though. Fitness center was adequate. Restaurant downstairs was excellent. Great staff and food and booked daily. Very walkable to Quarter, Convention Center and CBD. Blue bikes available nearby for travel uptown.

This hotel acts like it is a hip hotel but it is sorely lacking in Charm and completely devoid of courteous staff. There is no room service and we never saw a maid for our entire stay--the towels themselves are threadbare and tiny, nothing in mini bar. No bed make-up. No one to help you except the kind receptionists except Jonquil who acts like she would just as well see you dead on the floor before she moves a muscle and forget getting her to smile. The guys at the restaurant were cool but it is a separate establishment and in no way sinks down to the mire that is old 77. Abysmal experience and emails and calls to manager went unanswered. Exactly what one would expect from this hotel that is in every thing but name a glorified MOTEL...except without any of an Embassy Suites LUXURIES. Do not stay here just pony up for the Pontcahatrain or Monetenepoleone ( sadly we went went both were full thanks to many Home Comings). These hotels are in the grand style and having stayed at Taj's In India, Meurice in Paris and Claridges in London and then a slew of hip hotels give this one a miss...you will be disappointed and thats a guarantee

The hotel was picked for a more New Orleans feel It is within wa walking distance of great places to eat, a casino and a mall. Bourbon St is close enough to walk to and far enough to leave the craziness behind. The decor is interesting though the floors creek (it is a converted candle factory. Our second stay

I loved the feeling of comfort.

The room was fine for the price but felt old and musty.

We loved the building and the location - It was a little loud from the floor above, other than that, we really liked it!!!!

Great experience. Hotel has character and charm...as does the staff

Very unique stay! Very clean and comfortable. Parking is $30/night, but very convenient. Staff when I checked in was super friendly, however, when I checked out that was not the case. I misunderstood how the parking works when you pay for your parking through the hotel. The woman at the desk was very unfriendly, and rude about it. Would have given the stay 5 stars if not for that.

We loved the aesthetics of the hotel, high ceilings, etc. The staff was very friendly. The restaurant in the hotel Compere Lapin, was amazing, great food, drinks, and ambiance Where we ran into an issue was the construction happening on the other side of the wall from us, what started as lite tinkering turned into full on jackhammering and floor shaking. They moved us to a smaller room on the opposite side of the hotel and gave us a bit of a discount.

The property looks good in the pictures I was there for a few days. We got our room late. We waited in the lobby and they said they would text us. I had to ask them at 4:30 if the room was ready. When we got to the room we found 2 roaches. And we found another on the day we we’re leaving. I told the front desk and they offered a $70 credit. The restaurant was closed sun-Wednesday. No maids service . Only every 2 days. Saw housekeeping in the hallways and ask for extra towels and she said they had a towel shortage. Great location but, I would never stay here again

Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans LA

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Harrah's New Orleans Casino and Canal Street
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour fitness center

Located in New Orleans Central Business District, Old 77 Hotel is within a 5-minute walk of popular attractions such as Harrah's New Orleans Casino and The New Orleans Artworks at the New Orleans GlassWorks & Printmaking Studio. This 167-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, a 24-hour gym, and free in-room WiFi.


Dining

This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/cafe.


Rooms

Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other amenities include minibars, free local calls, and ceiling fans. Housekeeping is available once per stay.


Property features

Guests of Old 77 Hotel enjoy a 24-hour gym, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. Self parking is available for USD 30.00 per night. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. If you like to take your furry friend along on your adventures, this pet-friendly property offers food and water bowls. Other amenities at this historic hotel include free newspapers, laundry facilities, and a vending machine.

Room options

Standard Room, 1 Double Bed (Wayfarer - No Windows)

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Premium Room, 2 Double Beds

2 Double Beds | Sleeps 4

Standard Room, 2 Double Beds (Wayfarer - No Windows)

2 Double Beds | Sleeps 4

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Old 77 Hotel

Everyone (16) Couples (16) Family (14)
5
Everyone

lovely room. comfortable bed and great shower

By on Jan 19, 2023

Review comment responded on Jan 20, 2023

Dear Sandra,Thank you for joining us in magical New Orleans! It was our pleasure to ensure your comfort in our historic warehouse district enclave, and we hope we will see you again one day!Best regards,The Team at Old No. 77 Hotel

5
Partner Couples

The hotel is unique, but it's unique in a great way. I appreciated being a little different, the front desk staff was great, and the housekeepers were pleasant when passing them in the hallways, and in the elevator. Also the restaurant on the property/next door is great as well!

By on Jan 11, 2023

Review comment responded on Jan 12, 2023

Dear Derrick,Thank you for embracing the unique features we love about our warehouse district hotel! As you noted, our team strives to go the extra mile, and we love knowing you felt so well cared for throughout your visit. Thank you for dining with us at Compére Lapin during your stay, and we hope you will be back to see us again in NOLA soon.Warmly,The Team at Old No. 77 Hotel

5
Family

Great location and wonderful staff

By , from Brandon on Dec 28, 2022

Review comment responded on Dec 28, 2022

Hello Andrew,Greetings from New Orleans! Thank you for embracing our location here in the warehouse district and it was our pleasure to serve you. Until next time!Warmly,The Team at Old No. 77 Hotel

1
Partner Couples

There is no coffee machine in the rooms or even in the lobby. The wifi speed was slow and noticeable. At least have coffee in the lobby, the coffee bar outrages in price and feels like the hotel is deliberately charging a high price by limiting coffee in the room or in the lobby. The room walls are paper thin, we could hear our neighbors cough. The fan light in the room turns on by itself in the middle of the night.

By on Nov 22, 2022

5
Partner Couples

Lapin (Brer Rabbit in French) is an excellent restaurant with good, prompt service. Reservation advised starting at 5:30 or 5:45 p.m.. Breakfast in lobby extra, or room food credit with pleasant two-person staff, but not a lot of choice of what to eat. Breakfast food good and espresso, cappucino, Americano, etc. coffee available to eat in lobby or take out (7:30 to 11 a.m.). The hotel itself has brick walls painted over (it's an old chandlery repurposed as a hotel) and many rooms are interior -- no windows. So not a pretty or luxurious hotel. Our slightly more expensive room had a view over the street, which was somewhat noisy but not bad on third floor as late as 1:30 a.m. Traffic noise in a.m. and p.m. No coffee pot in room. Spartan furnishings. In Warehouse District so away from French Quarter. Okay for younger people and budget travellers. Not for travelers who wants a luxury hotel.

By , from Los Angeles on Nov 19, 2022

Review comment responded on Nov 21, 2022

Hello Stephen,Thank you for sharing your detailed review and five-star rating! We are delighted you had a chance to experience Compére Lapin, where chef Nina Compton is indeed a master at her craft. We are glad you could join us for breakfast as well, enjoying the excellence of our local coffee in the lobby, and we are pleased you appreciated the historical elegance of our repurposed building here in the heart of the warehouse district. We know our room layouts are unique, and we are glad we could earn your five-star approval.Do join us again one day soon.Warmly,The Team at Old No. 77 Hotel

5
Family

Loved decor and location

By on Nov 18, 2022

Review comment responded on Nov 18, 2022

Dear Cynthia,It was a delight to introduce you to our boutique enclave here in the heart of NOLA! We hope you will make yourself at home with us again in the future.Warmly,The Team at Old No. 77 Hotel

4
Partner Couples

Quieter than Canal St, but not by much. Construction going on at building adjacent. Started at 0530 each weekday morning. Could do better eco-wise with large dispenser bottles for toiletries. Didn’t clean everyday though which is good. We got a premium king which had two windows. There exists many interior rooms which I don’t believe have windows at all. May have been quieter though. Fitness center was adequate. Restaurant downstairs was excellent. Great staff and food and booked daily. Very walkable to Quarter, Convention Center and CBD. Blue bikes available nearby for travel uptown.

By on Oct 29, 2022

Review comment responded on Oct 31, 2022

Hello Bridget,Thank you for sharing your detailed review with us! As you discovered, our team aims to please at every turn, and we are glad we delivered! Thank you for enjoying our well-equipped fitness center and dining with us at the incomparable Compére Lapin, and we look forward to welcoming you back one day when construction noise is non-existent.Warmly,The Team at Old No. 77 Hotel

1
Everyone

This hotel acts like it is a hip hotel but it is sorely lacking in Charm and completely devoid of courteous staff. There is no room service and we never saw a maid for our entire stay--the towels themselves are threadbare and tiny, nothing in mini bar. No bed make-up. No one to help you except the kind receptionists except Jonquil who acts like she would just as well see you dead on the floor before she moves a muscle and forget getting her to smile. The guys at the restaurant were cool but it is a separate establishment and in no way sinks down to the mire that is old 77. Abysmal experience and emails and calls to manager went unanswered. Exactly what one would expect from this hotel that is in every thing but name a glorified MOTEL...except without any of an Embassy Suites LUXURIES. Do not stay here just pony up for the Pontcahatrain or Monetenepoleone ( sadly we went went both were full thanks to many Home Comings). These hotels are in the grand style and having stayed at Taj's In India, Meurice in Paris and Claridges in London and then a slew of hip hotels give this one a miss...you will be disappointed and thats a guarantee

By , from new york on Oct 26, 2022

Review comment responded on Oct 27, 2022

Hello Marcia,Thank you for taking the time to share your valued feedback with our team. We are sorry to learn that you were disappointed in your stay with us, though we understand that our unique sense of minimalist style is not for everyone. We are glad you enjoyed your time dining with us at Compére Lapin, and we hope you found our location to be ideal for exploring more of New Orleans. We take your additional feedback to heart and we hope you find just what you are looking for in our storied city.Kindly,The Team at Old No. 77 Hotel

1
Everyone

By on Aug 29, 2022

4
Everyone

The hotel was picked for a more New Orleans feel It is within wa walking distance of great places to eat, a casino and a mall. Bourbon St is close enough to walk to and far enough to leave the craziness behind. The decor is interesting though the floors creek (it is a converted candle factory. Our second stay

By on Aug 10, 2022

Review comment responded on Aug 11, 2022

Dear Raymond, Thank you for experiencing New Orleans with us! As you noted, we are within easy walking distance to Bourbon Street and the casino, yet still far enough removed to enjoy quiet at night. We are glad you enjoyed our converted warehouse feel, and we hope you will be back! Best, The Team at Old No. 77 Hotel

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