- Le Pavillon Hotel
- 833 Poydras Street
- New Orleans, LA 70112
- United States
Conde Nast Award Winner
Every evening starting at 10 o'clock, Le Pavillon hotel invites guests to congregate in the lobby for a little taste of home. For years, it has been the tradition of the hotel to serve freshly made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches alongside ice cold milk and piping hot chocolate to overnight guests.
Banquets & Meetings
The Le Centime Room is located on the lower level and contains almost 4000 square feet of banquet and reception space. The Bienville Complex has 1100 total square feet and can be separated into two individual meeting rooms; the Bienville Room (582 square feet) and the Orleans Room (484 square feet). The Gravier Complex closely mirrors the Bienville Complex with 1078 square feet. The Gravier Complex can be separated into two individual meeting rooms; the Gravier Room (594 square feet) and the Baronne Room (484 square feet). The Denechaud Ballroom is a mid-sized traditional ballroom with 1872 square feet. It is the perfect spot for larger meetings and receptions. The tenth floor contains the 977 square foot Terrace Room.
Fine Dining on Site
The award winning Crystal Room is famous for creative and innovative dishes, friendly atmosphere and classical decor in a historic setting. Enjoy a generous southern style breakfast featuring "Bananas Foster Waffle Le Pavillon". Monday through Friday partake of a New Orleans luncheon tradition with the nationally acclaimed seafood gumbo, or help yourself to fresh and healthy items from the best soup, salad and pasta bar in town. Guests savor the unique dinner creations of our Executive Chef nightly. Enjoy the flavor of French Cuisine with Louisiana influences, all under sparkling crystal chandeliers. Guests looking to share a casual drink after a day of business or sightseeing gather in the relaxed ambience of the Gallery Lounge. Surrounding the Gallery Lounge is an extremely rare Sienna marble balustrade with green onyx balusters and bronze ormolu. This railing once enclosed a reserved seating area for the titled French aristocracy at the Grand Hotel in Paris. Another interesting piece in the lounge is the bar itself. It is a three arch Brunswick Bar circa 1880.
The rooftop of Le Pavillon Hotel features a year round heated swimming pool, fitness center, hot tub, sun deck and private cabanas. All of these amenities are offered on a complimentary basis for guests to use during their visit. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Crescent City while taking a refreshing swim or order from the pool service menu and dine under the stars.
High Speed Internet
For business, all of the rooms feature both wired and wireless (WiFi) internet access and three telephones, each with two lines as well as a full size desk.
The "Presidential Suite" is for those seeking the very finest accommodations in New Orleans. This suite offers a library, dining room, living room, and two bedrooms with private baths. The furniture and artwork in this suite are exquisite. Moreover, each of the hotel's rooms is individually decorated, many featuring special antiques, such as the hand-carved wooden fireplace mantle in Suite 730 (circa 1600's), Half Tester Bed in Right Bedroom OF Suite 630 (This circa 1855 bed was hand carved by C. Lee, a former slave, for the New Orleans market. This important piece pre-dates the Civil War. It was designed to allow for mosquito netting to completely protect the sleeping inhabitants. This particular bed is the best model made and is carved out of rosewood, a very rare and expensive wood.), Full Tester Bed in Room 316 (a fine example of what the New Orleans' aristocracy slept on in the mid 19th century, when cotton was king), and Marble Bathtub, Palace Suite 730 (This extremely rare marble bathtub is purported to have been owned by Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France. It is hand carved from one single large block of white carrera marble. It is said that the Louisiana Purchase was signed by Napoleon in a marble tub. It is one of only three known to exist in the world today. One of them is proudly displayed in The Louvre Museum. in Paris, France, while the other is in a private collection.)
Guest Review Highlights
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pool, Outdoor
- - Dining
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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