With a history stretching back to the Gilded Age and impeccable decor throughout, Le Pavillon Hotel piques the imagination in a way that Napoleon himself would applaud. Located in the heart of downtown New Orleans, Le Pavillon is within walking distance from the historic French Quarter, only blocks to the celebrated music clubs of Bourbon Street and the famous restaurants and antique shops of Royal Street. Built in 1907, she recently celebrated her centennial with a multi-million dollar renovation to her magnificent lobby and expansive meeting space.
Guests will marvel at her elegant appointments from fine antiques and crystal chandeliers to a doorman donned in tuxedo, top hat and white gloves. For those seeking only the finest accommodations, Le Pavillon offers 8 Junior Suites and 7 designer two bedroom suites. Guest rooms provide an air of casual elegance with refined French decor. Our Concierge staff will attend to your every need, including in-room spa and salon services.
Dine at your convenience with our 24 hour room service, or enjoy Sunday Jazz Brunch in our award winning restaurant, The Crystal Room. Le Gallery lounge is a favorite spot for guest to unwind with their favorite nightcap, while our rooftop features a sunlit fitness center, landscaped deck with covered cabanas, Jacuzzi spa, and poolside sweeping views of the Crescent City.
Despite these superb amenities, no experience at Le Pavillon Hotel is complete without indulging in the nightly reception of freshly made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches served alongside ice cold milk, piping hot chocolate. Surrounded by the glittering splendor of Le Pavillons grand lobby, guests are invited to relax with this delectable taste of home away from home.
In a world of steel-and-glass skyscrapers and cookie-cutter design, the age of grand hotels seems long gone. A rare exception is Le Pavillon Hotel - a place where guests can instantly conjure the days of genteel luxury, romance and majesty.
Free wifi service. Luxurious French decor. 32 inch tv. Plush robes. In-room safe. Mini-bar. Work station.
Located in the heart of the Central Business District, Le Pavillon Hotel stands magestically on the corner of Poydras and Baronne Streets in downtown New Orleans. The world famous antique shops, Creole restaraunts, and lively entertainment of the French Quarter is merely 4 blocks away.
The Crystal Room: While visiting Le Pavillon Hotel, you are invited to sample the delicious dishes served at the award winning Crystal Room restaraunt. Savor Creole cuisine at its finest in an elegant setting surrounded by soaring columns, crystal chandeliers, and a r
Le Gallery Lounge: Enjoy a leisurely lunch or a late night cocktail at Le Gallery Lounge. Live entertainment performs nightly from 6pm - 11 pm on Monday through Friday. Lite fare lunch and dinner are served from 11 am until 11 pm daily.
Driving East: Follow Interstate 10 West to Exit 234 A (Canal). At the bottom of the ramp, go straight 1 block. Take a right on Canal Street. Continue on Canal to Baronne Street. Go 5 blocks to the intersection of Barronne and Poydras. Le Pavillon Hotel is on the left.
Driving North: Follow Interstate 10 West to Exit 234 A (Canal). At the bottom of the ramp, go straight 1 block. Take a right on Canal Street. Continue on Canal to Baronne Street. Go 5 blocks to the intersection of Barronne and Poydras. Le Pavillon Hotel is on the left.
Driving South: Follow LA 23 North to Highway 90 West. Highway 90 will become the elevated the West Bank Expressway. Cross the Greater New Orleans Bridge. Take the Camp Street Exit. Go down 4 lights until you reach Poydras Street. Turn left onto Poydras, and go down 3 blocks. Le Pavillon Hotel will be in your right on the corner of Poydras and Baronne.
Driving West: Follow Interstate 10 East toward the Central Business District (toward your right). When you get to the I-10 Slidell split. Go right. Take Poydras Street Exit 234 B. Note: The Exit merges into Poydras Street at the Superdome. Continue on Poydras Street. Le Pavillon Hotel is on your left, approximately 5 blocks past the Superdome. Please note that Baronne is a one-way street, so you cannot run left. About two-car lengths after you cross Baronne, take a left turn on Carroll Street.