- Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY) – 14.6 miles
- New Orleans Lakefront Airport (NOL) – 10.5 miles
Available city airport shuttle services are available for approximately $22 each way, and taxi service is $36 each way.
We are pleased to offer our guests valet parking at NOPSI Hotel.
The standard parking rates are:
- 0-2 Hours: $15
- 2-4 Hours: $20
- 4-8 Hours: $25
- 8-24 Hours: $47
Dining & Drink Options
Public Service – A dynamic community gathering place, Public Service is a casual-yet-sophisticated restaurant which respects the civic spirit of New Orleans Public Service Inc. (NOPSI), the city’s former utility and transportation provider. With a menu honoring the Gulf Coast’s hard-working fishermen and farmers, you’ll find contemporary cuisine in an open-display kitchen highlighted by a modern raw bar and open-flame rotisserie.
Henry's Gin Bar – From the bar, step into true casual elegance on the outdoor patio. Here, you will enjoy “life as a local” in lush surroundings and wrought iron accents reminiscent of a quiet hideaway deep in the French Quarter. 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.
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 to six Superbowls, the NFL’s New Orleans Saints, concerts, conventions and shows. Also visit Smoothie King Center, Lafayette Square, Woldenberg Park, Armstrong Park and the award-winning National World War II Museum.