Featuring live performances, a restaurant and a gym, the 4-star Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery is set 1 mile of St Louis Cemetery No 1 in New Orleans. The stylish hotel is centrally placed near Harrah's Casino New Orleans, offering 167 rooms along with an American-style restaurant.
This hotel offers a central location within 18 minutes' ride from New Orleans Lakefront airport. Around 6 minutes' stroll of this property guests will find the waterside New Orleans Riverwalk Shopping Center. You will reach the many live music venues "Frenchmen Street" within a 19-minute walk.
Route 16 bus station is located 10 minutes away from The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery on foot.
In-room facilities include a flat-screen TV with satellite channels as well as a mini-bar. The units are designed in an loft manner. Featuring amenities like hairdryers and robes, the private bathrooms are fitted with a separate toilet and a tub.
Eat & Drink
The boutique accommodation offers a daily continental breakfast. You can visit Compere Lapin restaurant that serves Caribbean food. Also, the hotel features the coffee bar.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby at USD 30 per day.
Number of floors: 4. Number of rooms: 167.
Former name: Ambassador Hotel New Orleans
USD 30 per day
Bar/ Lounge area
Coffee/Tea in lobby
- Baggage storage
- 24-hour services
- Food/ Drinks
- Fitness/ Gym
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness center
- Room service
- Dry cleaning
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Welcome drink
- Happy hour
- Snack bar
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Coffee/Tea in lobby
- Special diet menus
- Business center
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Facilities for people with disabilities
- Toilet for disabled
Spa & Leisure
- Live entertainment
- Sea view
- City view
- Mountain view
- Pool view
- River view
- Landscape view
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Sitting area
- Dressing area
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Parquet floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:1 Single bed
Bed options:1 Queen-size bed
- City landmarks
Perfect place for exploring New Orleans. Perfect breakfast and comfortable bed. Liked that they had onsite restaurant Compere Lapain, no need to go somewhere else.
The hotel is very well located, in the warehouse district and an easy walk to the waterfront, the french quarter, and the garden district. As a refashioned warehouse, it had a lovely feel to it. Nicely decorated.
It is querky. Too many hotels are built to a standard design.
The lack of a lobby/lounge and no daylight in the room.
They had no windows in the rooms when I checked out the reception was very rude and also the vallet for me vehicle . This is one motel that I will never stay at again and I go to New Orleans at least twice a month. And spend from $500.00 to $2500.00 dollars. Thanks for a very bad time from this hotel
It has very quirky rooms, 14ft ceilings and great hardwood floors. My room had an enormous wall of 14ft windows over looking the main street.
We called for a wake-up and never got one one day.
There was mold in the bathroom and the additional amenities charge. Since it is always charged the advertised rate should include it.
Nothing it was terrible
The floor was so slick I fell as soon as soon as I walked in . It was terrible we ended up leaving and just eating the cost of the room
Good place fairly close to the quarter
I loved the location. The staff were great. I liked that the rooms were kind of funky.
The hotel is noisy. The shower assembly was almost impossible to figure out and to get working. The floors, wood, were waxed and very slippery. There is light pollution. Taxes are outrageous. Parking costs 30 bucks a day.
I was very disappointed with the Ambassador. I booked it online with Booked.net, who quoted $89 a night plus tax. I then got hit with a $10 parking fee and another $32 fee for use of the fitness center and other facilities, which we had no interest in using. The $32 also included a very basic continental breakfast. The very small room was like a dungeon with paper thin walls - someone stomping overhead all night and heard everything that was done and said in room next to us all night. The floor was uneven so the doors to the entertainment center had to propped open. It was cold in the room, and could not adjust the temperature.
I liked the location of the hotel and the concierge.
the room where I stayed had this noise that was really uncorfortable
The reception staff, Tieranni and Akasa, and the concierge were all very helpful when we aarrived earlier than the room was ready. They stored our bags and we changed in the restroom in order to make an anniversary function on time. We asked for and got excellent directions to several places. The room was lovely and LARGE, beds were very comfortable. Having breakfast available was very convenient. Great stay for the money. This was our second stay at this location.
not a good hotel price different
The Hotel Staff was Exellant.
I loved the rustic old world style. The brick exposed walls were beautiful. The wood floors were hardwood and just gorgeous. The location was about a 5 minute walk to the french quarter and close to cheap parking. 901 Magazine St. was only $15 for 24 hours compared to $32 at the hotel.
The parking was expensive.