Evolution Hospitality, Aimbridge Hospitality's Lifestyle Division, Selected to Manage the Le Méridien Tampa

USA, Saratoga, California. October 20, 2021

Evolution Hospitality, the lifestyle operating division of Aimbridge Hospitality, welcomes Le Méridien Tampa, Florida, to its distinctive portfolio of boutique, soft brand and independent lifestyle hotels. The 130-room historic property blends classical features with state-of-the-art technology and a modern, comfortable design. It is set in one of the city's most iconic buildings, the century-old former federal courthouse listed on the National Registry of Historic Places with stunning architecture, marble hallways and original oak doors.

"We are delighted to assume management of the Le Méridien Tampa," said John Caparella, President of Evolution Hospitality. "The Evolution Hospitality team values creativity and an individualized focus that will bring long lasting impact to Le Méridien Tampa and its ownership."

The hotel features over 4,800 square feet of elevated meeting and conference space in areas that once served as courtrooms, including the Courtroom Ballroom, a 2,200 square foot beautifully transformed elegant space with vaulted ceilings floor-to-ceiling windows. It is the ideal venue for weddings and social events.

Bizou Brasserie, an upscale bistro and bar, features American Nouveau cuisine with a French flair and seasonal, locally sourced offerings. Other recreational amenities include two bars, a 24-hour fitness center, an outdoor pool with patio space for outside events, and pet-friendly accommodation.

Le Méridien Tampa is centrally located, less than a ten-minute drive from the airport and just over half a mile from the University of Tampa. In a partnership with the Tampa Museum of Art, guests receive complimentary admission to the museum, adding more historical value to their stay. For more information, click here.


Le Méridien Tampa, Florida
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MCA Group
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