Architecturally unique, industrially elegant, and timelessly refined—the first luxury hotel to open in New Orleans in a generation, NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans welcomes guests with a magnetic elegance and dynamic vibe that reflects the spirit and energy of the city. Nopsi, which stands for New Orleans Public Service Inc., is in the former headquarters of the city’s power and transportation company, a nine-story, distinctive and historic landmark built in 1927 and newly reimagined. Located conveniently in the heart of New Orleans’ Central Business District, Nopsi Hotel is within a short walk from the historic French Quarter, The Warehouse and Lower Garden Districts, Lafayette Square, and attractions like the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. A dramatic Grand Lobby, lively restaurant, and shimmering rooftop pool and bar provide guests with a luxurious atmosphere.
NOPSI Hotel features some of the most refined accommodations in the city – including 76 suites – a lively and regionally inspired restaurant, 10,000 square feet of architecturally significant indoor and outdoor meeting space, and a sophisticated rooftop pool and bar.
Your Stay - NOPSI Hotel is a 1920s-era building re-imagined as a 217-room hotel featuring 58 suites. Classically designed, each guest room features refined furnishings inspired by the building’s history, local artwork, and the technology demanded by today’s discerning traveler. Guestrooms provide a variety of flexible room types, ranging in size from 350 to 800 square feet. Guest bathrooms incorporate a soothing spa-like tile design and offer the most luxurious shower in the city. Rooms & Suites - The guest room design presents the highest level of luxury highlighted by refined furnishings and décor, all uniquely inspired by the building’s industrial history. Supremely comfortable, welcoming, and well-appointed with modern conveniences for today’s discerning traveler, these guestrooms are offered in a variety of flexible room types.
Dine - The cuisine takes full advantage of NOPSI’s enviable proximity along the Gulf coast. The ever-changing menus prominently showcase the bounty of classic Gulf Coast seafood, a raw bar, creative food presentations, hand-tossed pizzas, and an extensive array of craft, draft, and bottled beer. Guests enjoy a vibrant dining atmosphere and regular live, local entertainment. Henry's Gin Bar - The Ramos Gin Fizz has been a favorite of the Crescent City since the late 1880s. Created by Henry C. Ramos, it gets its unique flavoring from orange flower water and its froth from beaten egg whites. Ramos bought the Imperial Cabinet Saloon (at the corner of Carondelet and Gravier streets) in 1888, and it was there that his Gin Fizz earned its reputation.
"Above the Grid" - NOPSI’s dynamic rooftop pool and bar, Above the Grid, offers a year-round hotspot for hotel guests, visitors, and locals alike with a unique view of the city’s skyline. By day, the pool will be a peaceful oasis for hotel guests to enjoy the city skyline and indulgent service in their own private cabana while savoring chilled drinks and creative, healthy fare. After 4 p.m., the energy level increases, and the bar will transform into one of New Orleans’ most exclusive establishments providing the backdrop for the coolest scene in the city.
Welcoming You with Open Paws - Your dogs are more than just companions. They’re members of your family. Here at NOPSI Hotel, we’re thrilled to welcome you and your four-legged friends with open arms and paws. As a true dog-friendly property, you’ll soon discover that your dogs are catered to with the same level of exceptional personalized service you’ve come to appreciate and expect as one of the guests. If there’s anything you, or your buddy, may need during your stay with us, please let us know. There is a $150 per stay non-refundable pet fee.
Play - Uniquely situated in New Orleans’ bustling Central Business District right on the corner of Baronne Street and Union Street, the hotel is just minutes from the vibrant energy and excitement that is quintessentially the Crescent City. Just steps away, guests can experience one of the world’s most iconic and culturally diverse destinations, the historic French Quarter. Lined with fabulous architecture, wrought-iron balconies, cobblestone side streets, and colorful courtyards, this romantic neighborhood is a mecca for foodies, music aficionados, and antique lovers.
Additional attractions include the artsy Warehouse District, filled with refined art galleries, eclectic music venues and theaters, outdoor concerts at Lafayette Square and the massive Mercedes-Benz Superdome, host six Superbowls, the NFL’s New Orleans Saints, concerts, conventions, and shows.