Louisiana Accommodation and lodging listings

What we're serving up in Louisana you just can't find anywhere else. Sultry jazz clubs, plantations with mischievous ghosts, trophy size bass that practically jump in the boat--and that's just for appetizers. Great resturants are throughout the state to whet your appetite. The Cajun Tradition runs deep and the traditions of the Mississippi and the Gulf of Mexico come together to please the most discerning of a traveller's pallette.

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Major Louisiana destinations:

New Orleans Baton Rouge Lafayette Shreveport Lake Charles

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Todays featured Louisiana accommodations:

Great Oaks Plantation Bed and Breakfast

Approx 2km away in Baton Rouge:

400-year-old live oak with azaleas, camellias, and fruit trees. 4 bedrooms, each elegantly appointed with private bath, TV, cable, dvd, refrigerator, and microwave. 5-acre estate with historic antebellum style home.

Photograph of Great Oaks Plantation Bed and Breakfast, Baton Rouge
910 North Foster Drive
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Springhill Suites ( South )

Approx 7km away in Baton Rouge:

Close to downtown Baton Rouge and Tiger Stadium, home to LSU football, SpringHill Suites Baton Rouge South is a great choice among Baton Rouge hotels to experience genuine Southern hospitality, the Marriott way.

Photograph of Springhill Suites ( South ), Baton Rouge
7979 Esen Park Avenue
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
"The location was convenient and desk staff helpful. The beds were way too soft (old) and bathtub awkward (sloped in middle so much was awkward to stand in. For a quick overnight stay it was fine ..... "

Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast

Approx 1km away in New Orleans:

A New Orleans bed and breakfast, the Avenue Inn B and B was completed in 1891 as a private residence for wealthy merchant Henry Picard and family.

Photograph of Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast, New Orleans
4125 St.Charles Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Louisiana's exciting attractions are as diverse as our many cultures. We offer everything from casinos and nightlife, to plantations and museums, to restaurants, music venues and marinas. There is a lot to do on vacation in Louisiana.

Louisiana is divided into five regions, each with their own unique culture and customs.

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