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Live it up or laze away in historic Louisiana

Known for its Cajun spice and Creole culture, Deep South city Louisiana calls to the hearts of travelers everywhere. Whether you want to hear the mastery of jazz musicians in the New Orleans French Quarter or see the riotous parades of Mardi Gras at capital Baton Rouge, Louisiana's cities and parishes are rich with a unique mix of French, English and Caribbean influences. Outside of the cities, the landscape runs from the peaceful pine groves of Kisatchie National Forest to the alligator-dominated mangroves and bayous of Atchafalaya Swamp, for as much or as little adventure as you desire.

Where to stay

Baton Rouge

As Louisiana's capital and a major port off of the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge is a good base for travelers. With blues and street food to rival the Big Easy, politically significant Old Louisiana State Capital and the Louisiana State University boosting the local culture scene, and Baton Rouge Zoo providing animals of the furry, slithery and scaly kind, the famous port offers enough to keep everyone entertained. Most hotels are located off or around I-10 to the south of the Downtown area, although you can find branches of Best Western near the university and some accommodations right on the Mississippi.

New Orleans

Recognized worldwide for sparking the beginnings of jazz, New Orleans leaves all its guests coming back for more. Walk down Bourbon Street, dance at the music clubs on Frenchmen Street, and enjoy beignets while soaking in the rich history of New Orleans. Take in dinner and a show while cruising the Mississippi on a traditional steamboat, imagining what this experience would have been like during Mark Twain's time. As far as staying in town goes, you're best bet is the area north of Canal Street and the French Quarter, which will put you within walking distance of St Louis Cathedral and Louis Armstrong Park. You can get rooms with a river view from just under $80 a night.

Things to see


The cemeteries in Louisiana are famous, especially after their spectacular architecture and air of pathos was featured in the motion picture Interview with the Vampire. As the grave site of the famous voodoo queen Marie Laveau, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 is one of the most visited cemeteries in Louisiana, probably also because of its proximity to Bourbon Street in New Orleans.

Tour the swamps of Louisiana

From fireflies fluttering around the banks, to the nose of an alligator peeking through the murky water, exploring swamp land is an experience that no one should miss. Most Louisiana hotels will have flyers that offer discounts to many of the tours available in the area, and from New Orleans' wild Honey Island swamp to Bayou Teche near Breaux Bridge town, you can explore Cajun country in true authentic style.

Magazine Street

Spending an afternoon in and out of New Orleans' antique shops, boutiques and specialty restaurants can give a nice quiet alternative to the bars and nightclubs on Bourbon Street. Take a walk down from the French District to the Garden District, while enjoying the amazing architecture. The merchants set up along this street market to both visitors and locals, meaning their prices aren't too over the top.

Louisiana's Old State Capitol

A beautifully Gothic piece of architecture, the Old State Capitol in Baton Rouge truly represents the pride and effort that antebellum estates worked hard to achieve. The interior features stained-glass art throughout, and woodwork on staircases and door frames. The outside has the look of an ancient European castle; don't miss the tour guides' tales of the resident ghost.


Hot temperatures and long days filled with humidity make up the summers in Louisiana. Although it rains quite a bit throughout the entire year, Northern Louisiana gets the most rain during the summer. Southern Louisiana sees a large amount of rainfall during the winter months, which is primarily related to weather patterns in the Gulf of Mexico.

Recently booked Louisiana hotels

Hotel Last booked Stars Price from
French Quarter
2 hours ago 4 stars $104
Horseshoe Bossier Casino Hotel 4 hours ago 4 stars $71
Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter
French Quarter
10 hours ago 4 stars $112
La Quinta Inn New Orleans Causeway 11 hours ago 2 stars $73
Sheraton New Orleans Hotel
French Quarter
12 hours ago 4 stars $118
French Market Inn
French Quarter
13 hours ago 3 stars $92
Hotel Monteleone
French Quarter
14 hours ago 5 stars $184
Le Pavillon Hotel
Central Business District
16 hours ago 5 stars $159
Sam's Town Shreveport 17 hours ago 4 stars $80
Baymont Inn & Suites Shreveport Airport 21 hours ago 3 stars $48

Recently Rated Louisiana Hotels

Hotel Reviews Stars Price from
Horseshoe Bossier Casino Hotel
4.2 / 5
205 reviews
4 stars $71
Royal Sonesta New Orleans
French Quarter
4.3 / 5
288 reviews
4 stars $146
La Quinta Inn Bossier City
3.4 / 5
44 reviews
3 stars $60
La Quinta Inn Baton Rouge University Area
3.1 / 5
129 reviews
3 stars $65
Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter
French Quarter
4.5 / 5
15 reviews
4 stars $112
Harrah's New Orleans Casino and Hotel
Central Business District
3.9 / 5
48 reviews
4 stars $139
Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans French Quarter/CBD
Central Business District
4.0 / 5
68 reviews
3 stars $103
Melrose Mansion Suites
French Quarter
4.2 / 5
44 reviews
3 stars $165
Motel 6 New Orleans LA
2.9 / 5
48 reviews
2 stars $49
New Orleans Marriott Metairie at Lakeway
4.2 / 5
108 reviews
4 stars $123

Featured Louisiana Hotels

From $71

1 La Quinta Inn New Orleans Veterans / Metairie

2 stars
3.0 / 5 61 reviews

Metairie, Louisiana

Flat-panel TVs with 30 channels of HD programming. Easy-access Plug-and-Play feature makes it simple to connect electronics. The La Quinta Inn New Orleans Veterans / Metairie is just east of New...

From $121

2 Embassy Suites Baton Rouge

4 stars
4.2 / 5 42 reviews

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Free cooked-to-order breakfast, Evening Reception

The Embassy Suites Baton Rouge is centered around a lush atrium. The hotel has a convenient address with many amenities for business and leisure travelers. In addition to offering a free...

From $43

3 Super 8 Bossier City/Shreveport Area

2 stars
2.5 / 5 22 reviews

Bossier City, Louisiana

Stay 2, Save 15%

Super 8 Bossier City/Shreveport Area is in the heart of Bossier City, close to riverfront casinos, Harrah's Louisiana Downs thoroughbred horse racetrack, Barksdale Air Force Base and outlet...

From $80

4 Sam's Town Shreveport

4 stars
4.1 / 5 193 reviews

Shreveport, Louisiana

Complimentary Wi-Fi

With 514 spacious rooms in a 23-story tower right downtown on the Red River, Sam's Town Shreveport is one of Shreveport-Bossier's best casino hotels. In addition to slot machines and gaming tables...

From $112

5 Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter

4 stars
4.5 / 5 15 reviews

New Orleans, Louisiana

Summer Sale - Save 25% on your stay

The Wyndham New Orleans, located on Royal Street in the historic French Quarter, provides elegant accommodation and a prime location for visitors to The Big Easy. With 374 modern guest rooms,...

From $75

6 Ramada Metairie New Orleans Airport

2 stars
3.1 / 5 123 reviews

Metairie, Louisiana

Book and Save 25% this Summer on Weekday Travel

Stay at the Ramada Metairie New Orleans Airport hotel, ideally situated off Interstate 10 and within easy reach of the French Quarter district and downtown New Orleans. All of the excitement of New...

From $101

7 BEST WESTERN Chateau Louisianne Suite Hotel

3 stars
4.0 / 5 38 reviews

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

The BEST WESTERN Chateau Louisianne Suite Hotel! Experience this Baton Rouge, Louisiana hotel convenient to Capitol Center, Louisiana State University, the Blue Bayou Water Park and Dixie Landin'...

8 Econo Lodge Inn & Suites

2 stars
2.5 / 5 11 reviews

Bossier City, Louisiana

Whether traveling for business or pleasure you will enjoy staying at Econo Lodge Inn and Suites, with easy access to restaurants, shopping, CenturyLink Center, casinos, Harrah's Louisiana Downs...

From $59

9 Studio 6 Shreveport LA

2 stars
3.4 / 5 14 reviews

Shreveport, Louisiana

Studio 6 Shreveport LA is located off I-20 at exit 13, and 0.3 mile from the airport. Dining and public transportation is nearby. Enjoy our fitness room and seasonal outdoor pool. All of our...

From $159

10 Le Pavillon Hotel

5 stars
4.4 / 5 621 reviews

New Orleans, Louisiana

Called the "Belle of New Orleans," Le Pavillon Hotel stands out from the crowd of cookie-cutter chain hotels. A member of Historic Hotels of America, Le Pavillon was built in 1907 and still retains...

From $95


3 stars
3.8 / 5 39 reviews

Metairie, Louisiana

Conveniently Located in Metairie Near the New Orleans Airport At Holiday Inn Metairie New Orleans Airport, our priority is your satisfaction, comfort and convenience. Were just a short ride to the...

From $110

12 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Baton Rouge

3 stars
4.3 / 5 28 reviews

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Signature chocolate chip cookie at check-in

The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Baton Rouge is convenient to LSU (Louisiana State University), downtown Baton Rouge, and riverfront entertainment and casinos. Located in the Baton Rouge city center...

From $59

13 Ramada Bossier City

2 stars
2.5 / 5 40 reviews

Bossier City, Louisiana

Stay 2, Save 15%

Located in Bossier City near Barksdale Air Force Base, Ramada Bossier City serves both the business and leisure traveler at an affordable price. The hotel offers meeting and banquet space, a...

From $48

14 Baymont Inn & Suites Shreveport Airport

3 stars
2.9 / 5 37 reviews

Shreveport, Louisiana

Save 15% on your stay

With a location just of I-20 and near the Shreveport Regional Airport, Best Western Richmond Suites Hotel offers more than a convenient location for travelers, especially those who enjoy the...

From $104


4 stars
4.0 / 5 356 reviews

New Orleans, Louisiana

Previously the Astor Hotel, the multi-story Crowne Plaza New Orleans French Quarter grew organically from a collection of existing retail buildings and apartments, giving it a blended Crescent City...