Checking out the new NOPSI Hotel in New Orleans

I’m back in New Orleans, and I finally had a chance to check out and review NOPSI Hotel in the CBD. It was originally constructed in 1927 as the headquarters for New Orleans Public Service Inc. (NOPSI), the city’s former utility company and transit operator, so its super historic, and they did a great job preserving the “bones” of the building.

There are 217 guest rooms (including 76 suites) that are done well, a restaurant, meeting spaces and a great rooftop bar and pool. Take a look at some pictures below as I start to write a longer NOPSI Hotel review.

Just one area of the huge lobby.

Just one area of the huge lobby at NOPSI Hotel.

The original front entrance of the historic building. 

The original front entrance of the historic building. What I love about historic hotels is that you can feel the history resonate. The designers did a great job of really preserving the building’s roots, and this is a great tribute to how the hotel used to be through the decades.

The meeting space in the back, which was my FAVORITE part of the hotel. 

The meeting space in the back, which was my FAVORITE part of the hotel. Honestly, I really don’t write much about meeting spaces, and if you’re traveling here as a guest for vacation, make a point to check out the meeting space at NOPSI Hotel.

Huge bathrooms in the suites. 

Huge bathrooms in the suites is a sign of luxury. We love it.

The rooftop pool. 

The rooftop pool. Now, rooftop pools in New Orleans hotels are extremely rare, so this is an added bonus for those who really like to take some leisure time.

The main restaurant, Public Service. 

The main restaurant, Public Service. Excited to write a full NOPSI hotel review.

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