Formerly the W New Orleans Hotel, Four Points by Sheraton Downtown and the Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, it was given the temporary name Hotel New Orleans Downtown on July 15, 2014 while it underwent a $29 million renovation. It became the Le Méridien New Orleans on December 15, 2014.
Le Méridien New Orleans offers over 20,000 square feet of space for events which includes the hotel's ballroom, breakout rooms and conference facilities with access to high-speed internet and audio and video equipment. The hotel also has a 24-hour fitness center and rooftop pool.
Dining options at Le Méridien New Orleans include the LMNO Restaurant, Longitude 90 and Marche. The LMNO Restaurant features local ingredients in its dishes. Longitude 90 features American-Creole-Cajun fusion cuisine and Marche is ideal for breakfast. Twenty-four-hour in-room dining is also available for guests.