10 Photos Showing Off The Redesigned Le Méridien Hotel In New Orleans

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

 

Last year, Meyer Davis Studio provided a complete $29 million redesign of the former W New Orleans Hotel, transforming it into the rebranded Le Méridien Hotel. Here’s 10 photos of the completed interior.

 

The lobby, which they call “The Hub,” has a large-scale artwork on the wall.

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

Photo © Starwood Hotels

 

There’s also a wall of mirror-backed shelves, filled with books and an assortment of decorative items.

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

Photo © Starwood Hotels

 

Inspired by contemporary coffee house culture, lobby guests are encouraged to sit and relax for a while.

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

Photo © Starwood Hotels

 

A custom built-in bank of seating snakes its way around a column.

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

Photo © Starwood Hotels

 

The Longitude 90 cafe and bar keeps the caffeine flowing during the day.

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

Photo © Starwood Hotels

 

But at night, it transforms for cocktail hour.

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

Photo © Starwood Hotels

 

The LMNO Restaurant is designed specifically for breakfast.

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

Photo © Starwood Hotels

 

Apparently, they offer a complimentary “Eye Opener” shot in the morning. I don’t exactly know what that is, but “complimentary” usually means “free,” so it sounds good to me!

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

Photo © Starwood Hotels

 

Some of their suites have a sitting room.

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

Photo © Starwood Hotels

 

Above the beds, a sculptural wall draws from the profiles of moldings found throughout the city.

Le Méridien Hotel in New Orleans

Photo © Starwood Hotels

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