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The historic headquarters of the former New Orleans Public Service, Inc., (NOPSI) is being reinvented as a luxury 217-room hotel called NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans. Located in the city’s vibrant Central Business District on the corner of Baronne and Union streets, the nine-story brick building originally opened in 1927.

It will reopen as NOPSI Hotel in spring 2017 after a meticulous restoration returns each space to its previous splendor, including the building’s street facades, cast iron rails and stone panels. The NOPSI Hotel will include some of the most refined accommodations in the city – including 74 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.

NOPSI is the acronym of New Orleans’ former utility company and transit operator. Thousands of manhole covers still bear the NOPSI name, adding a sense of nostalgia to many of The Crescent City’s streets. Conveniently situated in the heart of the Central Business District within a short walk of The French Quarter, The Warehouse District and The Garden District, the NOPSI Hotel is located near Lafayette Square and close to major attractions like the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and the World War II Museum.

Recent NOPSI Releases

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07 / 06 / 2017

NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans Powers Up

NEW ORLEANS (July 6, 2017) – NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans officially powered up today, illuminating the city’s luxury ...

NOPSI Lobby Rendering
09 / 08 / 2016

Developer BLT and Salamander Hotels & Resorts Reimagine Historic NOPSI building as New Orleans Luxury Hotel

NEW ORLEANS – The historic headquarters of the former New Orleans Public Service, Inc., (NOPSI) is being ...

In the News

06 / 26 / 2017 by New Orleans Official Guide

NOPSI Hotel - A Salamander Hotel

06 / 22 / 2017 by Successful Meetings

Historic New Orleans Building Gets New Life as NOPSI Hotel

06 / 22 / 2017 by Eater New Orleans

Mandeville, Your Smoking-In-Bars Days Might Be Numbered