Le Pavillon Hotel, New Orleans


One of the most elegant hotels in New Orleans, the Le Pavillon possesses a wealth of history and architectural design. The hotel is over a hundred years old and features French dycor and a close proximity to the heart of New Orleans, the French Quarter. Everything that the French Quarter has to offer from shopping, restaurants and the famous live music jazz clubs are within walking distance of the Le Pavillon Hotel. The Super Dome is a mere five minutes from the doors of the hotel. Two blocks from the hotel is where the famous Mardi Gras celebration takes place, making it an ideal location for visitors. Travelers on business are close to the Morial Convention Center as well.

Standard guest rooms are richly appointed with heavy draperies and hand carved mahogany furniture. An armoire disguises the 32 inch television. There is a table and two chairs for in room dining. A mini bar and safe are featured amenities in the standard room. There is wireless internet, three phones and a desk for completing any business transactions. The marble vanity in the bathroom is complete with lush robes and toiletries.

A Deluxe Room has painted high ceilings with crown molding and a fan on the ceiling. Dynamic black marble with a glass shower and tub features a large shower head for ultimate relaxation.

The seven suites that the hotel has all have a different theme. The Contemporary Suite has two bedrooms with king sized beds, each with their own bathroom and French dycor. The Oriental Suite has a marble fireplace and oriental art work to make the two bedroom, queen sized beds feel like home. An Art Deco Suite takes guests back to the roaring twenties with the art and claw foot tubs. The Victorian Suite retained the chandelier from the hotel's 1907 lobby.

The European Palace Suite is fit for royalty, with a massive hand carved mantle surrounding the fireplace. The entire bathroom is done in marble, with 24 karat gold plated basins and marble vanities. A stained glass window and crystal chandelier adds to the amenities of the suite. The Executive and Presidential Suites complete the seven and offer open space, a presidential style library, and the finest furniture and artwork.

One of the restaurants in the hotel is the Crystal Room, which features a massive chandelier. They are open seven days a week and serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can break the fast with Bananas Foster Waffle Le Pavillon or indulge in gumbos or a pasta and salad bar for luncheon. Dinners are prepared with French cuisine with Creole and Cajun appeal.

The bar at Le Gallery has three arches and was built sometime in the 1800's. The railing is from the Grand Hotel in Paris and is made from Sienna marble and onyx. Guests can enjoy traditional cocktails after a day of sightseeing.

Le Pavillon is located at 833 Poydras Street. The pool and fitness area provide areas for relaxation and state of the art equipment.

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