During my trip to New Orleans, I’ve heard from a number of people about the charm associated with “Southern hospitality.” When choosing a hotel to call our home for a couple of days, we (being broke college students) thought about going the cheaper route and booking an Airbnb, but we didn’t. Instead we chose to stay at the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery in the Warehouse District and it was amazing!
Besides the exposed brick wall and the beautiful aesthetics of our room, Old No. 77 made our stay in NOLA amazing. With the comfy beds and relatively short walk to multiple destinations, after our first night, we knew that we chose the right place.
The room was huge, and for four girls it was more than enough space. We even had room to break out in a solo dance party, if we pleased. The hotel even had a card on how to pronounce NOLA phrases, a much needed read since we had no idea how to pronounce the street the hotel was on. (It was Tchoupitoulas, if you were wondering).
In the lobby, there’s even a Where Y’Art Gallery which was incredibly cool to see. Besides the check-in desk, there was a great coffee shop and restaurant with plenty of seating. So, if you’re looking for the perfect place to call home and experience some Southern hospitality in NOLA, definitely visit the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery! You won’t regret it.
Disclaimer: The thoughts and opinions about the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery are genuine, and not sponsored. I received no compensation for writing this post or staying at this hotel.