Nov 1 - Nov 2
We enjoyed our stay. It was more crowded than I expected with COVID-19. It was hard to stay socially distant.
Oct 13 - Oct 14
I love the L’Auberge and I should have expected something different during the co-vid. But we stayed three days and nights and no one cleaned our room or checked on our room during our stay. On the last day we ran out of toilet paper and had to call downstairs and the trash didn’t get taken out. ...
I the fact that I could have a smoking room It made my stay better
Vegas's style rooms at half the price. We were very impressed with the room and cleanliness plus close to the casinos and restaurants. Will definitely stay here again
Traveling all of the way from Florida, My children and I were exhausted. Check_in was quick and easy and the staff were so welcoming! Even gave the kiddos some goody bags! Thank you!
Great hotel design, modern bright color, over all very clean and great staff.
We like the location and that the rooms are comfortable and clean. Very noisey this trip from 2 am to 6am with doors slamming and the people in the room above walking around half the night. Otherwise fine.
Nov 1 - Nov 2
Convienant and friendly. Grate breakfast , and very clea. clean
Everyone was so helpful, very clean and has everything needed jn hotel or casino area. Pool closed was only downside, but ok since it rained.
As the heart of Cajun culture, Lake Charles is home to a distinct food scene, luxury casinos, and plenty of natural beauty. Whether you are a fan of culture, the outdoors or fine dining, you will certainly find something to love in this wonderful Louisianan area. With a plethora of hiking and biking trails, shopping and nightlife opportunities, as well as wildlife spotting, there is something for everyone at Lake Charles to find pleasure in.
Most of the area’s attractions call downtown Lake Charles home. If you want to catch a game of football at Cowboy Stadium, explore the Children’s Museum, or want to try your luck at L’Auberge du Lac Casino, this is the perfect place to base yourself. For something a bit different, with easy access to all of Lake Charles’ attractions, consider staying at the beautiful and tranquil Prien Lake. Naturally, Prien Lake Park and Prien Lake Mall are the main attractions of this area.
Most famous for the DeQuincy Railroad Museum, DeQuincy is a great area to locate yourself in if you love community events and fantastic restaurants. It is a little quieter than downtown Lake Charles but still close to the main attractions of the area. An alternative neighborhood to take a look around is Westlake, where the Westlake recreation center is based. Here, you can find an abundance of lovely lakeside hotels as well as a famous casino in the area, making this neighborhood perfect for the more glamorous traveler.
In case work calls you to town, then look no further than the business district of Lake Charles. It is no surprise that it is the best place for business visitors to stay. There are plenty of hotels in the area that are perfect for basing yourself while on a work trip, offering just the right amenities to make your working process as efficient as possible.
Lake Charles offers two fancy 4 star hotels, which are ideal for those in need of a bit of luxury and pampering. Guests on a bit more of a budget, should consider staying at one of the 14 3 star hotels in Lake Charles. Plenty of these are well facilitated, close to the action, and offer a slice of glamor, without a hefty price tag attached.
Those working in Lake Charles, should opt for one of the 49 business hotels, which offer a range of facilities perfect for the corporate traveler. These include high speed internet, rooms styled for efficient work and concentration, as well as conference facilities.
There are 27 pet-friendly hotels in Lake Charles, so do not fret if you cannot bear to leave your four-legged friend at home. They are comfortable and many are in great locations to enjoy the best attractions of Lake Charles.
Very close to the center of Lake Charles is Lake Charles Regional Airport. Although the airport itself is very small, it mainly serves Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth airport These are regional hubs and provide connections to destinations all over the Americas, Europe, and even some parts of Oceania and Asia. Therefore, getting to Lake Charles is easier than you think. In case you want to rest close to the airport before or after your journey to Lake Charles, check out one of these Lake Charles Regional Airport Hotels which start from
You could also opt to stay in a hotel by Lafayette Regional Airport, which is located 77 miles from Lake Charles, or a hotel near Jack Brooks Regional Airport, which is approximately 62 miles away from the area.