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Which Le Méridien Hotel Tickles Your Fancy The Most?

March 12, 2014 at 5:32 PM | by | Comments (2)

The Le Mérdien Bora Bora

Now that we've all finished Andazming, it's time to focus on the cultural hotel brand that is Le Méridien Hotels.

This art-centric Starwood Hotel has been coming out of its shell in recent months, picking up a few new properties here and there. And they aren't stopping. Last week, Le Méridien announced they will be opening 11 new hotels over the next 12 months, which will triple its portfolio in the Americas since the French-born brand was acquired by Starwood in 2005.

Here's where Le Méridien will plant their flag over the next year: Tampa (inside a century-old Federal Courthouse); Bangladesh; Chicago-Oakbrook Center; Bangkok; Charlotte; Gujarat, India; Mahabaleshwar, India; Indianapolis; New Orleans (formerly a W, will undergo a $29 mil renovation); Thimphu, Bhutan and Qingdao, China.

All of these hotels will feature the Le Méridien Hub, a lobby/social gathering space and the UNLOCK ART program along with the new Master Barista program.

But where is your favorite Le Méridien hotel today? Clearly, some Le Méridiens are better than others but we want to know which ones. So help us out by sharing your experiences with us. And SPG-ers, we know you know the dirt so don't hold back!

Sound off on Le Meridien hotels in Le Comments below!

[Photo: Le Meridien Bora Bora/Facebook]

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Minneapolis

The Le Meridien Chambers hotel in Minneapolis is my favorite.  My wife and I stay there just about every time we head downtown for a special occasion.  Great rooms (both regular rooms and suites), great restaurant, and awesome rooftop bar!

San Francisco and Bangkok

I had a very good stay at Le Meridien San Francisco a few years ago, which was a Park Hyatt before. The Le Meridien Bangkok (the newer one, not the Plaza Athenee) looks very good.

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