Great hotel and located in a perfect spot for foodies! The hotel itself is fun and eclectic. Very artsy and support local artists. The staff was amazing, so nice, and very accommodating. I highly recommend this hotel.
Staying at Old Hotel 77 was a great experience. We were far enough away from the chaos but close enough to embrace the wonderful experiences that make NOLA so special. Our room was very nice, the staff was excellent and the location, great. We could walk to the waterfront, streetcar, and the quintessential Bourbon st. I will stay at Old 77 every time we visit.
This hotel has the potential to be one of the best and most quirky in New Orleans. Unfortunately it let itself down on little details, the air con was really loud (I mean really), they should put king size beds at least in all the rooms. But the pluses outweigh, lovely attentive staff, great location interesting rooms and art!
Captain Jason was incredible. My guy and I went out and it was truly the highlight of our trip to LA. The sunrise will make some awesome pictures for my place! I highly recommend to anyone who wants a day to fish. Thanks Jason for a great day.
At first glance this place looks adorable and very cozy despite the overwhelming musty smell. However, it only takes about a day for you to realize you made a terrible mistake in booking here. The bar next door thinks it’s a nightclub and will blast music all night so don’t expect to sleep. We purposely stayed out of the french quarter to avoid this but guess that’s not possible. The ice machine was broken but this is a mild complaint considering everything else that happened. Housekeeping is apparently not a thing so don’t expect your room to be cleaned or anything to be replenished. And definitely don’t ask the front desk for anything. They’ll tell you you’re being needy if you ask for more towels or toilet paper after staying for several nights so make sure to pack your own. They’ll even charge you an additional $10/day amenity fee yet won’t provide you toilet paper to wipe your ass. So to wrap this all up, guess this is a great place to stay if you hate yourself but if you’re looking to enjoy your trip to New Orleans I’d find literally anywhere else.…
The lobby of the hotel is very cute and staff was very friendly and welcoming. The restaurant in the lobby (Compere Lapin) is amazing and worth going to! The hotel was easy enough to find and has a good location (walking distance to many attractions). That being said, there were a few things that were negative about my experience. There’s construction next to the hotel so you do need to walk into the street to approach from one side. My complaints particularly pertain to the Lafayette side of the hotel. The hallways are very run down (lights are out, uneven floors, stained carpets). The room itself was nice albeit small. The hotel is historic (i.e., old) and there are a lot of noises (e.g, you can hear the plumbing from adjacent rooms, footsteps in the room above, etc). You will not receive any housekeeping services if you stay for less than 3 nights (COVID precaution). In addition, there is a club next to this side of the hotel, and you will hear music / bass until it closes. The hotel was suitable and clean enough for the discounted price I paid.…
Really enjoyed our stay here. The hotel was easy to find and had a huge parking lot across from it. Check in was smooth. Rooms were nice and updated. They were a bit small that was my only negative. The best thing was the location. We walked to several bars in the warehouse district that were only blocks away.
Hello Patrick- We really enjoyed staying at Old No. 77 and would rate it 5. All of your staff were awesome and accommodating to our needs! We come every year and would like to return next yr for my husband's 50th and have a few friends.
New Orleans is my spirit city and I travel there several times a year. An integral part of each visit is my stay at Old No. 77, and I just completed my 14th stay since 2019. I love the charming, laid-back style of this property. This hotel is distinct from other hotels in that its origins as a warehouse are evident with original hardwood flooring, original bricks, and exposed beams and pipes. Each room is unique, so whenever I stay I always enjoy the anticipation of what unique features my room with have. I particularly like the funky, mid-century decor and art that adorn each room. I can't recommend this hotel any higher, and it will always be my New Orleans home away from home.
Absolutely loved my stay. We stayed 3 nights and had a wonderful time and experience. Will definitely be staying here again. Staff is extremely nice and helpful. The restaurant is also delicious. Highly recommend