Located in Uptown, Le Méridien Charlotte is steps away from many dining, shopping, and entertainment options. Guests can walk to such attractions as the North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, the Mint Museum Uptown at the Levine Center for the Arts, the McColl Center for Art + Innovation, and Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center. Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) is just minutes away. The hotel’s distinctly warm palette and midcentury modern design are influenced by Uptown Charlotte’s coordinates and culture. Inspiring stays await in each of our 300 refreshed guest rooms and suites. Evoke—our chic, new-age steakhouse—uses the highest-quality seasonal ingredients, while Longitude 80 bar serves an extensive list of libations. Business meetings and social events of all sizes can be flawlessly hosted in our 55,000 square feet of shared, versatile function space, and a business centre provides support services.
Comfortable linens and an attentive staff highlighted our quick get-away weekend to this Queen City of the mid-Atlantic. It was a plant 15-minute stroll to the uptown area along quite, tree-lined streets.
We expected queen and king-sized beds. We were given a room with two full-sized beds and ill-fitted sheets. The lighting was not all in working order, and my phone failed to charge overnight, leaving me curious about the staff electrician. There was no door in the walk-in shower, and the overspray nearly caused a slip on the floor of the cramped bath. It was a week after the DST time change, but the clock hadn't been touched. None of these issues was show-stopping, but noteworthy as a collection of caveats.
Design, ambiance, and yes even the shower.
Pillows! Horrible pillows ... no support ... wasn't comfortable at all.
Restaurant was a joke. Empty and expensive. Not a great value