Baton Rouge is home to 21 affordable hotel options, such as Sleep Inn South and Comfort Inn Baton Rouge.
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FAQs about hotels in Baton Rouge
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What are the best hotels around Lafayette airport?
There are more than 1029 reviews of our travelers for 22 options not far from Lafayette airport. Maison Mouton Bed & Breakfast, Courtyard Lafayette Airport and Best Western Plus Vermilion River Inn & Suites are other most favored hotels you can check. To see more airport hotels click here.
Which hotels in Broadmoor district are the best?
More than 79 properties are situated in Broadmoor district. One of the best hotels in Broadmoor district is Renaissance Hotel at the cost of 152US$ per night, offering an outdoor swimming pool, concierge service and wedding services. The Cook Hotel & Conference Center is a hotel with rating 8.0/10 at the cost of 99US$ per one night. Go here to check more popular options.
What are the top cheap hotels in Baton Rouge?
There are more than 34 top budget properties in Baton Rouge. Microtel Inn And Suites Airport with a rating 7.8/10 is a good option set 2 miles from Evangeline Park. At this 3-star hotel you can take advantage of a picnic area, a fitness center and a Jacuzzi. Travelers mentioned an impeccable service. Holiday Inn College Drive I-10 rated 7.8/10 is one more great hotel, offering an outdoor swimming pool, meals and a business center, as well as prices from 106US$ per one night. Check other cheap properties like Super 6 Inn & Suites, Comfort Inn University Area and Holiday Inn-South. Go here to see more cheap hotels.
Which boutique hotels in Baton Rouge would you recommend?
For travelers looking for a modern hotel in Baton Rouge, Booked.net has more than 15 boutique options. We recommend Surestay Plus Hotel By Best Western rated 7.8/10 as the top boutique property for 155US$ per night with an outdoor swimming pool, a gym and a free private parking lot on site. Embassy Suites with rating 7.0/10 is a stylish accommodation with a meeting room, a business center and a conference space for 149US$ per night. Crowne Plaza Hotel Executive Center, An Ihg Hotel rated 7.8/10: a 4-star hotel at the cost of 95US$ per night. Baton Rouge Marriott, L'Auberge Baton Rouge and Hilton Capitol Center are some of our most popular boutique hotels in Baton Rouge. Go here to check more modern accommodations.
What are the best romantic hotels in Baton Rouge?
According to Booked.net travel data, there are 6 deals for couples. Check Extended Stay America Suites - - Citiplace rated 6.8/10 with 24-hour reception, laundry facilities and ironing. It’s set 2.3 miles from Old Hammond Highway Park and costs about 147US$ per night. Go here to check more romantic accommodations.
What are the top family-friendly hotels in Baton Rouge?
According to 555 travelers' reviews, there are 10 family deals to consider. Super 8 By Wyndham/I-10 (rating: 6.0/10): a family-hotel with a business center, 24-hour front desk and a laundry room for 58US$ per night. La Quinta Inn By Wyndham University Area, La Quinta By Wyndham Siegen Lane and Baymont By Wyndham all received 555 reviews from families traveling in Baton Rouge. Go here to see more family-friendly hotels.
Which Baton Rouge hotels not far from USS Kidd are the best?
According to Booked.net travel data, travelers love staying at Hilton Capitol Center (rating: 8.2/10), which offers a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a casino. It’s set a 10-minute walk from USS Kidd. See more popular accommodations here.
What are the best accommodations to stay in Baton Rouge featuring outdoor pools?
According to 1187 reviews, there are 34 hotels featuring outdoor pools in Baton Rouge. Consider booking Hilton Capitol Center with rating 8.2/10. Offering a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a casino, this property also provides fitness classes, a gym area and a fitness center on site and is set a 10-minute walk from USS Kidd. You may also like Baton Rouge Marriott rated 7.8/10. This property will cost you 125US$ per night. Check other properties: L'Auberge Baton Rouge, Holiday Inn College Drive I-10 and Renaissance Hotel.
What Baton Rouge hotels allow pets?
For travelers traveling with pets, there are 39 accommodations to choose from. You can book Chase Suite Hotel (rating: 7.2/10) at the cost of 56US$ per night. It's set 5 minutes` walk from Corporate Square Mall and features cribs, free private parking and free parking. Another most recommended Baton Rouge place to stay with pets is Woodspring Suites East I-12 with 24-hour reception, laundry service and housekeeping service. It offers rooms for 46US$ per night. Other suitable options include Hilton Capitol Center, Quality Suites East - Denham Springs and Drury Inn & Suites. See more pet-friendly hotels here.
Which hotels are the top ones to stay at in Baton Rouge?
For instance, book Tru By Hilton Citiplace rated 7.8/10 for 100US$ per night. It's set 2.1 miles from Botanic Gardens and provides an outdoor swimming pool, a business center and shopping service. Quality Suites East - Denham Springs rated 7.2/10 may also suit you — only 60US$ per one night. It features an outdoor swimming pool, a golf course and a business center.
What are the most popular luxury hotels in Baton Rouge?
For instance, check Hilton Capitol Center (rating: 8.2/10), where prices start from 95US$ per night. It provides a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a casino, as well as fitness classes, a gym area and a fitness center on site. Alternatively, you may book Watermark, Autograph Collection with 24-hour reception, free shuttle service and laundry on site. It costs 129US$ per night.
Which spa hotels in Baton Rouge would you recommend?
You may book La Quinta By Wyndham Denham Springs, a nice spa hotel featuring a business center, a gym and a spa center. It costs 114US$ per night. As an alternative, book Hampton Inn & Suites - I-10 East (rating: 7.6/10), which costs 99US$ per night and offers an outdoor swimming pool, a casino and a golf course.
Which Baton Rouge hotels offer a good breakfast?
We recommend Drury Inn & Suites (rating: 8.8/10) with 24-hour front desk assistance, laundry service and dry cleaning service. It costs 120US$ per night. As an alternative, book Microtel Inn And Suites Airport rated 7.8/10 for 78US$ per night. It provides a picnic area, a fitness center and a Jacuzzi on site.
How much is an average Baton Rouge hotel price?
According to Booked.net travel data, the average prices for Baton Rouge properties are:
A 3-star hotel room costs 60US$ per night. For instance, check Woodspring Suites Airline Highway (rating: 8.4/10).
A 4-star hotel room costs 169US$ per night. You may book Watermark, Autograph Collection with wedding services, cribs and a gym.
How much is a hotel in Baton Rouge for tonight?
According to Booked.net travel data, the average Baton Rouge prices for tonight are:
A nice hotel like Econo Lodge University Area (rating: 7.6/10) costs about 39US$ per night.
Which Baton Rouge resorts are the best?
To stay at the top Baton Rouge resort, check 13 properties on Booked.net. We recommend Comfort Inn & Suites Airport (rating: 8.6/10), a nice option providing a golf course, free shuttle bus service and a business center, as well as 24-hour reception and free shuttle service on site. It costs 102US$ per night. Alternatively, check Motel 6 Southeast (rating: 8.0/10) with an outdoor swimming pool, 24-hour reception and a laundry room, as well as 24-hour reception and laundry facilities on site. Check other great resorts such as Oyo Hotel East I-12, Residence Inn By Marriott Near Lsu and Oyo Hotel Mid City. Go here to see more great options.
What are the most popular hotels not far from Louisiana's Old State Capitol?
On Booked.net you will find 8 great accommodations not far from Louisiana's Old State Capitol in Baton Rouge. We recommend Hilton Capitol Center rated 8.2/10, a perfect hotel set 5 minutes' walk from Louisiana's Old State Capitol. It costs 104US$ per night and offers a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a casino. Also, you may like Courtyard By Marriott Downtown rated 7.8/10 with a tennis court, wedding services and a Jacuzzi. It costs 209US$ per night. Other cool options include Belle Of Hotel, Watermark, Autograph Collection and Holiday Inn Express Downtown, An Ihg Hotel.
Where to stay in Baton Rouge?
Best cheap hotels in Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge airports & Subway stations
A popular choice about 1.8 miles from Lafayette airport is Wyndham Garden Lafayette.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
For a hotel in the iconic Broadmoor district, choose Residence Inn Baton Rouge Siegen Lane that comes with free self-parking, a picnic area and a patio.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Baton Rouge
For luxury experience, consider Embassy Suites Baton Rouge near USS KIDD Veterans Museum with its free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course. Hotels including Hilton Garden Inn Baton Rouge Airport and Marriott Baton Rouge offer high-end facilities and access to free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course. The 3-star Doubletree By Hilton Baton Rouge is an excellent chain hotel featuring free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and tubing.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
The Farmhouse is a B&B apartment situated within walking distance from key attractions of Baton Rouge such as Hooper Road Park. If you're traveling to Baton Rouge for business, choose La Quinta Inn & Suites Baton Rouge Denham Springs, a 3-star hotel with free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a spa center where prices start at 101US$ per night. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near Corporate Square Mall, such as Cloverleaf Suites or Radisson Hotel Baton Rouge.
City Guide: Discover the best of 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.
In Baton Rouge you can soak up the city's history, but before you do consider a comfortable stay there. At Booked.net you can find cheap hotels in Baton Rouge to luxury offers all available with maps, photos and secure forms.
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.