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The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery

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The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery  New Orleans Louisiana United States
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery
Opened in April 2015, this is one of the newest additions to New Orleans’ hotel scene. It’s also one of the most unique. Set in an 1854 warehouse near the Port of New Orleans, the property pays homage to its past as well as to its Arts District location. The look is contemporary industrial, with plenty of original architectural details (hardwood floors, exposed piping and brick, wall-to-wall windows) paired with Tivoli radios, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and other modern conveniences. The hotel lobby is part art gallery, with a rotating collection curated by the New Orleans Center of Creative Arts, part commissary, with locally crafted products displayed in chandlery cases, and part coffee shop, with pastries from the neighboring restaurant—which is one of the hottest openings this year.

Compere Lapin (French for “brother rabbit” and also a fictional character in Caribbean and Creole folk tales) serves food that draws on chef Nina Compton’s island roots, classic French training, and traditional Creole fare. The result is wonderfully colorful dishes like conch croquettes with pickled pineapple tartare sauce, roasted jerk corn with aioli and lime, and curried goat with plantain gnocchi and cashews.
535 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
+1 504-527-5271