Located in the heart of New Orleans, The Old No. 77 Hotel thrives off of its Louisiana heritage. The property is housed in an 1854 warehouse just a few blocks from the French Quarter. The hotel stays true to roots by maintaining a number of historic details like exposed brick walls and hardwood floors. Its lobby is a tribute to the building's legacy, acting as a chandlery for regional makers selling everything from handblown whiskey glasses to handmade candles. The retro-styled rooms continue the local affair, offering spirits, snacks, and artwork made throughout the area. To get a real taste of New Orleans, visit the on-site restaurants Compère Lapin and Tout La where native chef Nina Compton serves dishes inspired by indigenous ingredients found along the Gulf.