Le Meridien Tampa
Dating back to 1905, the structure was originally built as the U.S. Courthouse Building and Downtown Postal Station. Today, the century-old historic Federal Courthouse has been transformed into Le Méridien Tampa. Stunning Greek Revival architecture juxtaposes with modern touches in the arts and entertainment district of downtown Tampa. Once used as courtrooms, the meeting rooms of this historic Florida hotel have been thoughtfully-renovated to ensure the available of modern amenities while maintaining the integrity the original architecture.
On June 7, 1974, the building was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.