The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery Est. 1980

535 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

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Style it up at this slickly renovated historic boutique hotel that's half glam and half chic.
A brilliant marriage of modern design and classic sophistication, this New Orleans joint overflows with culture, art, and a jovial approach to life.
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Bridal Shower
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Venue Setting

Ideally situated just three blocks from the French Quarter, the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery is the best New Orleans boutique hotel for art lovers and cultural explorers.

Rooted in NOLA's past, the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery is the latest incarnation of a building with a rich, storied history. Once upon a time, our lobby was a bustling warehouse that served the Port of New Orleans with an impressive array of goods including canvas, rope, and tobacco.

Today, the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery is a fine boutique hotel that celebrates New Orleans art and culture. Our walls are covered in art, from the Where Y'Art annex located just off our lobby to the art from students of the Where Y’Art exhibition extension to the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, the city's legendary tuition-free high school of the arts, that can be found found in all our guestrooms. Our lobby also features a rotating art gallery with original works by NOCCA students, alumni and faculty. And we've gone back to our roots supplying travelers with a lobby Chandlery featuring works by New Orleans' top makers and creators.

Want an extra-plush pillow or or some spiritual guidance? Our signature amenities have you covered. We also have an extensive pets welcome policy. Don't let your four-legged friend miss out on pampering in the Big Easy! And when it's time to grab a bite yourself, try dining at Compére Lapin for delicious cuisine by Top Chef Nina Compton some of New Orleans' best cocktails, or Tout La for coffee and pastries.

If you're visiting with friends for a special occasion, we offer group rates. And, we have partnered with two of the city’s best events spaces - Race & Religious and The Chicory - to hold your party or meeting.

(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range

Does this include catering fees?


Estimated Price Per Head

from $60 to $150


Additional Insurance Is Not Required To Host An Event Here


Celebrations Hosted Here Since
11 PM
Venue Spaces
Indoor Venue Space Only
Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue
Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services
No Amplified Music Allowed
Non-smoking Venue
We have 167 guestrooms 
Eco/Green Events
Pet-Friendly Events
Kid Friendly Events
Handicap Accessible
  • Bridal Suite/Changing Rooms Onsite
  • Valet Parking
  • Wifi
  • Ample Parking Onsite
  • Dining Chairs
  • Dining Tables
  • Onsite Restrooms
Venue Features
The Scene:

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.

Prior to the turn of the 20th century when New Orleans renumbered its street addresses, the building’s address was 77 Tchoupitoulas Street. In a nod to this heritage, a reference to the role hotels serve in provisioning modern travelers and a tribute to the neighborhood’s artistic roots, the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery takes its name from this original address. Starting with humble origins in New Orleans’ bustling port district, the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery has undergone a transformation to create the one of the most exciting and best new hotels in New Orleans.


It is our immense honor to partner with the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts – a tuition-free high school founded by artists, educators and community activists that offers students from nine parishes around New Orleans intensive academic and arts instruction. NOCCA boasts a faculty rich with working artists and an illustrious roster of alumni that includes Wynton and Branford Marsalis, Harry Connick, Jr., Terence Blanchard and many more.

Recognizing a shared passion for the arts and a unique opportunity to showcase the work being done at the school, our aim at the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery is to be a NOCCA outpost in the Warehouse Arts District and help raise awareness for their mission.

To that end, student painters, printmakers, photographers, designers, collage and graphic artists from NOCCA’s upper level visual arts program were invited to submit works to be featured in the guestrooms at the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery. Works by six students were selected to be purchased, reproduced and displayed in the hotel.

Our guestrooms also feature copies of UMBRA, the annual publication created by the school’s creative writing students. Purchase a copy, take it home and help support NOCCA.

In our lobby, you’ll also find a NOCCA gallery sharing space with the Chandlery. This gallery features the work of students, faculty and alumni. The pieces on display rotate on a regular basis and are for sale. When you buy a piece, proceeds go directly to the artist.

Want more NOCCA? Head to 5 Press Street, between Chartres and Royal Streets, where the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood meets the Bywater. Here you’ll find Press Street Station cafe, the 5Press Gallery and the Press Street Gardens – great projects of the NOCCA Institute that raise funds to support the school.

Standout Venue Features:

You know those places where there is something amazing to be discovered around every corner? At the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery, we want your stay to be like that – both inside and outside our walls. That is why, whether you’re coming to let loose in the Big Easy or get some business done, we want to help you find everything you’re looking for in New Orleans. And no request is too big or small.

On top of our standard amenities, our Provenance Hotels Signature Amenities include:

  • Pillow Menu – Sleep better. Rest your head on your choice of a range of specialty pillow types.
    Spiritual Menu – Taoist? Christian? Muslim? We offer a variety of books of faith. Please feel free to borrow one during your stay to get inspired.
    Spotify Menus – We have the sound track for your stay. Visit our Spotify channel and listen to music curated for your mood – from New Orleans jazz to classic rock and more.
    Pet Welcoming Amenities – Bring your dog. We have pet beds, bowls, toys, tasty treats and comprehensive list of local pet resources ranging from dog walkers to pet psychics (yes, really) and everything in between.
    Pet Room Service – For doggies with good taste, we have a pet-friendly menu designed with pets’ nutritional needs in mind.
    Pet Spiritual Menu – We have a range of inspirational books on everything from dog massage to pet psychology to borrow free of charge during your stay.
Extra Perks:

New Orleans is brimming with makers. We searched far and wide for the best of the best and bring them all right to you.

Inspired by our building’s heritage as a warehouse provisioning the Port of New Orleans, our lobby art gallery does double duty as a Chandlery stocked with items from our very favorite local and regional creators of t-shirts, art, jewelry, fragrances, candles, soaps, and much more.

Currently, the Chandlery features items from: Defend New Orleans, Dirty Coast, Tchoup Industries, Smoke, Red Arrow Workshop, Loomed, Goods that Matter, Mad Darling, Sweet Olive Soapworks, and Neon Zinn.

Visit, explore and take home something uniquely New Orleans.

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Celebration Locations
Private Dining Room:
550 sq. ft. event space perfect for intimate dinners and meetings
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- Max Capacity: 30
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Eats & Drinks
Food, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars & Lounges
Food, Restaurants, Cafes:

Shedding a new light on dining in the Warehouse Arts District, Chef Nina Compton’s Compère Lapin accentuates the beautiful and indigenous ingredients of the Gulf while melding the flavors of Compton’s Caribbean upbringing with her love of French and Italian Cuisine.

Compère Lapin [pronounced kom-pare la-pan and translated to “brother rabbit” draws inspiration from Compton’s childhood in St. Lucia where she read traditional Caribbean folktales featuring a mischievous rabbit named Compère Lapin. Embracing the story’s themes of exploration and play, the restaurant features an inventive menu that celebrates Compton’s roots and the unparalleled flavors of New Orleans.

Stop By

Lunch served 11:30 a.m.-2:30 PM Monday-Friday
Brunch served 11 a.m.-2 PM Saturday-Sunday
Small bites and cocktails served at the bar 2:30-5:30 PM Daily
Dinner served 5:30 – 11:00 PM Daily


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