Value for money
Distance to city center
|New Orleans Louis Armstrong|
Distance to airport
|"Free coffee Extremely friendly staff"||(in 76 reviews)|
|"Nice hotel amenities and staff."||(in 38 reviews)|
|"The location was perfect."||(in 68 reviews)|
|"The customer service was A1."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"Room was not vaccum."||(in 36 reviews)|
|"Room was not vaccum."||(in 36 reviews)|
|great location||in 194 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 170 reviews|
|room was clean||in 160 reviews|
|room refrigerator||in 137 reviews|
|hotel had a nice||in 100 reviews|
|french quarter||in 43 reviews|
|customer service||in 40 reviews|
|nice pool||in 32 reviews|
|bar area||in 31 reviews|
|free coffee||in 19 reviews|
|valet parking||in 19 reviews|
|new orleans||in 17 reviews|
|walking distance||in 14 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 11 reviews|
|room was small||in 10 reviews|
|le meridien||in 8 reviews|
|nice lobby||in 8 reviews|
|great time||in 4 reviews|
|incidental fees||in 1 review|
Comfortable bed. Location
The location was great.
Just kind of dirty and run down in places.
Free Illy coffee in the morning was a nice touch. Location of the hotel in relation to attractions was great. Easy access to the trolley.
The rooms weren't very sound proof. We could hear the conversation of the people next door, and any time the train horn or boat horn went off we could hear it very loudly (even on the 21st floor). The hotel restaurant was being renovated.
Great service. Great beds! Beautiful hotel
Loud hallways with zero insulation. In the morning I counted the doors slamming from maids....are you ready...143 times in a three hour period lying in bed. Do the two know how to leave a door ajar. It is hard as the doors open in a awful direction. But I literally heard every single noise from 8-11am. I felt it I farted, you would hear it 14 rooms away, major design flaw. Insultstr the hallways and tell the housekeeping staff to stop letting the doors slam every time they enter a room.
Not worth it.
Had to ask multiple times a day to have room cleaned, on multiple days.
Very nice boutique feeing hotel.
This was a great hotel and a great value! I enjoyed my stay in the staff did a nice job cleaning the room each morning. The room was very well-equipped and the hotel had a nice lobby, great bar, pool and fitness center. My room even had windows on two sides giving me great views and a feeling of openness. Only low ceiling heights, a tight. Anthropomorphic and carpet as opposed to wood floors keep this hotel from being one of the very best. It has a great boutique feel and killer location near downtown and the French quarter.
Low ceiling heights, a tight bathroom and carpet in the room as opposed to wood flooring. These are small comments. The hotel was great!
Very friendly staff
All the staff we encountered was very friendly and helpful, the front deck clerk at check in especially
The hall was a litttle funny smelling
Review Le meridian
Nice interiors and free bottled water. They have good beds though, that was a plus.
Very poor facilities, in this day and age, no free wifi is just not OK, its a dealbreaker. Its not like they are not charging enough for the room, plus wifi does not cost a lot anyways! And whats with the $45 valet per night? Do they wash your car and paint it?? We thought it was fleecing as they knew that parking is an issue around that neighborhood. Overall just OK place, not worth the effort to stay here.
New Orleans Hospitality - Le Meridien
This trip was my first time to the south, and the staff at Le Meridien were very polite and professional. Everywhere from the bell hop during the day, to the bartender at night, to the front desk reception. The in-room service was excellent, the food and wine hit the spot. The location was a bit farther from the convention center then I anticipated but it was nice to have a little stroll to and from the conference to the hotel. I really like the decor at Le Meridien. The pool and gym were fantastic!
I did not like how expensive the in-room service fee is. I was charged $4 fee plus another $10 fee, both labeled as in-room service fee's to order dinner up to my room.
Love Le Meridian
The location was perfect for us. Not too much congestion, but close enough to walk to the French Quarter and other shops. I also like the decor of the hotel and the beds are very comfortable.
No fault of the hotel, but at wee hours in the morning, our drunk neighbors were very very loud in the halls and in their rooms. More sound proofing would be greatly appreciated.
decore style, great location- most things in walking distance, safe, good value.
No exhaust fans in bathroom, pool is deceiving from pics, much smaller in person.
I was extremely disappointed in my stay at the W. I will never stay at another W again. It was not worth the 200 I paid per night.
Location was superb, room were clean, and staff were excellent.
Pillows were a bit hard to make comfortable.
friendly, Luxe, design
One of the best staff and facilites I have ever stayed at. The staff are incredibly helpful and friendly. I was blown away by the service.
If I had to pick something, I didn't like the pillows. Too hard, but that's just me.
The beds were Awesome! Very comfortable.
Wet spot on the floor of the room. Bathtub a little dated.
The staff did not apply a 4* hotel service. Several of the nice appliances provided in the room did not work (iPod speakers, radio/alarm clock) and electricity sockets in the bathroom were ,alfunctioning and therefore dangerous to use. Worst of all, we were charges for several services/items we did not use: valet parking, mini bar and a large phone bill came out of nowhere.
Following a $29 million renovation in 2014, Le Meridian New Orleans offers a stylish, upscale stay in the New Orleans Central Business District. Trendy, modern, and within walking distance of both the French Quarter and the Museum District, this hotel a great place for business and leisure travelers.
Le Meridien New Orleans is on the border of the Central Business District and the Warehouse District. It's also across from Harrah’s Casino and a few blocks from the Shops at Canal Place. The popular French Quarter attractions are a 10-minute walk away, while streetcars running along Canal Street, Port New Orleans Place, and St. Charles Street can be found within a short walk.
Accommodations at Le Meridien are chic and modern, with various rooms and suites to choose from. The rooms make efficient use of the space and include pleasant seating areas, as well as comfortable pillow-top mattress and high-thread count sheets. All in-room amenities include safes, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and work desks. The suites offer more space in living and dining areas.
The on-site recreational amenities at Le Meridien New Orleans include a lovely rooftop pool with loungers and cabanas, a large lobby bar, and more. The outdoor rooftop pool is a guest favorite, as is the trendy lobby bar where coffee, wine, and small plates are served. Breakfast is served daily in the chic LMNO restaurant, plus 24-hour room service is also available.
Business travelers are equipped with over 20,000-square-feet of meeting facilities and event space as well as a business center. A well-equipped fitness center is also available for guest use, making Le Meridien New Orleans a great option for work and play.
based on 388 reviews
Value for money
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Le Méridien New Orleans is located at 333 Poydras Street in Central Business District, 0.5 km from the center of New Orleans. Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium is the closest landmark to Le Méridien New Orleans.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Le Méridien New Orleans.
No, Le Méridien New Orleans does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Le Méridien New Orleans does not offer free parking.
No, Le Méridien New Orleans does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Le Méridien New Orleans is 18.8 km from New Orleans Louis Armstrong. Le Méridien New Orleans is 108.5 km from Gulfport Biloxi Regional.
Yes, Le Méridien New Orleans is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Le Méridien New Orleans has a pool onsite.