Le Meridien to Debut in Cleveland

CLEVELAND, OH— Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. will open Le Méridien here in January 2016 following the completion of an adaptive re-use project that will join together and transform two adjacent, historic buildings on Euclid Ave.
Owned by JHB Hotel, LLC, Le Méridien Cleveland will be the brand’s third historic adaptive re-use project in North America, following Le Méridien Philadelphia and Le Méridien Tampa. 
Formerly known as “Millionaire’s Row,” Euclid Ave. was home to the city’s most affluent citizens and a must-see destination for European travelers in the early 1900s when Cleveland was a major manufacturing hub.
The new Le Méridien Cleveland will be developed at 1001-1101 Euclid Ave. and will connect and transform the John Hartness Brown Building, originally constructed in 1901 as a multi-story office building with retail space, and 1101 Euclid Ave., built in 1915 as an office building. The development also will include 10,500 sq. ft. of ground-floor retail space and a 125-space parking garage.
In addition to 206 guestrooms and suites, Le Méridien Cleveland will feature a full-service restaurant, signature bar, 3,000-sq.-ft. lounge, indoor pool, 24-hour fitness center, and more than 12,000 sq. ft.feet of meeting and event space.