Le Meridien

Le Méridien Oran

Guests are greeted by the largest outdoor fresco in the world, designed by Algerian artist Tewfik Boumedhi

A promenade leads up to Le Méridien Oran, surrounded by lush gardens overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and the bay of Oran

Le Chaï Hub, a space where guests and locals can gather

The design-led Convention Centre at Le Méridien Oran

The Latitude 35 Lounge Bar

The lobby café, where guests can gather and sample an international selection of teas and coffees

A Premium Guestroom, offering views overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and Oran City

The Latest Recipe restaurant

Guests are greeted by the largest outdoor fresco in the world, designed by Algerian artist Tewfik Boumedhi

Like the proverbial supermodel, there are no bad angles to Le Méridien Oran Hotel & Convention Centre. Perched on a high cliff in north-west Algeria, the all-white pleasure dome offers wraparound views of the Mediterranean, Oran and Santa Cruz fort from almost every vantage point. With just the lightest touch of Middle Eastern décor, each of the 254 rooms and 42 suites boast postcard-perfect views, with the sea-facing rooms stylishly shaded by arabesque screens. In the lobby is a specially commissioned map of the region’s dazzling coastline, while the façade of the 9,000 sq m convention centre next door features Algerian artist Tewfik Boumedhi’s massive mural fresco made out of 51,000 tiles. And, if you can drag yourself away from this luxurious setting, it’s worth making a beeline for downtown Oran, where you can gain complimentary access to the hotel’s Unlock Art™ partner the
Ahmed Zabana National Museum, which houses the exquisite Maghreb collection.


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Le Méridien Oran Les Genets, Chemin de Wilaya, Route 75, Chemin de Wilaya, Route 75, Oran, Algeria (213)(41) 984000

About Le Méridien

When Starwood Hotels acquired Le Méridien in 2005, it immediately set about injecting the group’s French heritage with a jolt of cultural modernity. With more than 100 properties in 50 countries worldwide, the project was ambitious, but with creative input from Le Méridien’s cultural curator Jérôme Sans, the result is an intelligent synthesis of individually distinct properties within their respective cultural settings. Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts have been transformed into staging areas for contemporary artworks by both established and up-and-coming artists and through partnerships with local cultural institutions, the group has forged a place for itself at the core of the art world. Via the Unlock Art™ programme, guests’ key cards designed by LM100™ members are literally a complimentary ticket to a city’s leading art forums. By any measure, the group’s elevation of the quotidian hotel experience into a cultural one is inspirational.