OVERVIEW of Le Pavillon
Located in the center of the business district and minutes from the Superdome and the French Quarter, Le Pavillon sits on land once a plantation. Built in 1907, this grand hotel has an amazing collection of art, antique furniture and architectural features. You’ll marvel at a 17th century hand carved wood fireplace, full and half tester beds that pre-date the Civil War, a Louis XV lobby armoire, a three arch Brunswick bar circa 1880 salvaged from a Chicago hotel that was frequented by Al Capone, eleven crystal chandeliers from Europe, a rare marble bathtub purported to have been owned by Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France and more.
Ornate elevators framed by draperies, high ceilings, doormen in white tie, tails and top hats and some wonderful traditions make this a very special place.
THE ROOMS at Le Pavillon
Guest rooms are oversized with high ceilings, traditional furnishings with designer draperies, plush duvet covers, automated mini bars and 46 inch flat screen color televisions. The bathroom features a natural stone vanity and designer toiletries. A basket of fresh fruit, water and cookies greets each guest.
DINING at Le Pavillon
The Crystal Room offers French-Creole cuisine in a dramatic space with columns, marble floors and 22-ft.-high ceilings. The restaurant is renowned for its daily luncheon buffet. The bar, La Gallery, offers a great drink menu and casual fare.
One of the best features about this hotel is its year round, heated rooftop pool, fitness center, hot tub, sun deck and private cabanas. The views are spectacular and there is a dining and drink menu that is surprisingly inexpensive for a hotel.
THE SERVICE at Le Pavillon
Each night at 10pm, the hotel invites its guests for a little taste of home offering peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and ice cold milk in the lobby.
THE RATES at Le Pavillon
From $179 Peak Season Weekend
WHAT OTHERS SAY About Le Pavillon
AAA Four Diamond
“Guests of this business district grande dame feel like they’re staying at Tara thanks to the columned entrance, the old world luxury of the magnificent lobby and, most of all, the top notch (and top hated) staff delivering a heavy dose of New Orleans charm and complimentary nighttime snacks of peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches; rooms are smallish but comfortably appointed, and while parking leaves a lot to be desired, the location is one block from the streetcar.” ZAGAT
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