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Budget hotels in Baton Rouge
Some great budget hotels in Baton Rouge for under 123US$ per night include Richmond Inn & Suites Trademark Collection By Wyndham and Microtel Inn And Suites Baton Rouge I-10.
Convenience of staying in the city center
If you would like to stay in a neighbourhood near restaurants like Outback Steakhouse, book a hotel in Broadmoor district, such as Courtyard Baton Rouge Acadian Thruway/Lsu Area or Hampton Inn & Suites Baton Rouge - I-10 East.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
For those who prefer deluxe accommodations when staying in Baton Rouge, there is Renaissance Baton Rouge Hotel and Crowne Plaza Executive Center. For a one-of-a-kind experience, book a room at Baton Rouge Marriott, a boutique hotel with free self-parking, a golf course and tubing.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Moonbeam City Elf Home offers cosy B&B-style accommodation, complete with a patio and complimentary parking. If you're in Baton Rouge on business, you might need a business hotel like Fairfield Inn & Suites Baton Rouge South with free self-parking, a picnic area and an indoor swimming pool. For travellers who would like to observe a scenic view of the river, we offer to pick Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center near Terrace Street Park, which is a popular resort in Baton Rouge.
Baton Rouge translates as Red Stick.
The name dates back from 1699 when French explorer D'Iberville discovered a red stick in the area of the Mississippi River. It served as a bench-mark for the hunting grounds between Houma and Bayou Goula tribals.
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In the late 15th century the term ''red stick'' also referred to aggressive native American settlements in the East Coast of the Mississippi. They launched hostile actions against peaceful "white stick" settlements that led to tribal wars. As soon as Europeans came to the area, Baton Rouge saw the rule of France, Britain, Spain and the United States. Soon it became Louisiana's state capital in 1849 and James Dakin, famous architect was hired to design the cityscape therefore the biggest part of modern architecture in Baton Lounge was drafted by his hand.
- African American Museum offers extensive collection of historical relics of African American ethnicity
- Louisiana Art and Science Museum, a location for art works by contemporary artists
- Louisiana State Capitol, a symbol of the city designed by James Dakin
- Louisiana State Museum, located in a few paces from the State Capitol and features exhibits related to Louisiana culture
- Old State Capitol, the 19th century castle, but today a museum of the city's history
In 300 years once small settlement transformed into the fifth largest port city in America. Today its port on the Mississippi River receives ocean-going ships to transfer cargo like grain, crude, cars, containers at Baton Rouge. It is even ranked as one of the top 20 cities in North America for economic strength by Brookings, public policy organization.
In addition, Baton Rouge is more than business, but educational center. It is home to the Louisiana State University and Southern University that is regarded as the nation's largest African-American university. This led to the city having 50 percent African American residents from 229,553-strong population.
What makes Baton Rouge the hottest destination in the South is more than people and historical heritage, but its full range of entertainments. It is booming with dining choices offering legendary Louisiana cuisine, family-friendly festivals and sport events like LSU and SU athletics. You can have unforgettable adventure and stay in Baton Rouge with Booked.net.