Once a federal courthouse in downtown Tampa, Le Meridien has been renovated and is now a contemporary hotel with a modern restaurant and meeting and event spaces. The building, which was built in 1905 under the supervision of James Knox Taylor, the Supervising Architect of the United States Department of the Treasury.
The Beaux Arts-style building was recently renovated. Le Meridien left intact the building’s original architectural flourishes and juxtaposed them against the contemporary upgrades. The building’s most notable, original architectural elements were preserved and include the marble and terrazzo lobby, oak door frames and window casings. Contemporary facilities include an outdoor pool, a fitness center and an ultramodern business center that features a historic judge’s bench as the primary workstation.
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