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OYO Hotel Baton Rouge - Mead Rd
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge - Mead Rd
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge - Mead Rd
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge - Mead Rd
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge - Mead Rd

OYO Hotel Baton Rouge - Mead Rd

10920 Mead Rd, Baton Rouge LA, 70816
6 people booked this hotel in last 6 hours
4.0 (542 Ratings)·Very Good
Reception
TV
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King Bed
$48$8040% off
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OYO Hotel Baton Rouge Mid City
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge Mid City
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge Mid City
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge Mid City
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge Mid City

OYO Hotel Baton Rouge Mid City

10045, Gwenadele, Baton Rouge LA, 70816
8 people booked this hotel in last 6 hours
3.9 (652 Ratings)·Good
Reception
TV
Queen Sized Bed
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Queen Bed Accessible
$46$7639% off
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OYO Hotel Baton Rouge East I-12
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge East I-12
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge East I-12
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge East I-12
OYO Hotel Baton Rouge East I-12

OYO Hotel Baton Rouge East I-12

9999 Gwenadale, Baton Rouge, LA, 70816
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4.0 (383 Ratings)·Very Good
AC
King Sized Bed
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$48$8040% off
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OYO Hotel Port Allen LA
OYO Hotel Port Allen LA
OYO Hotel Port Allen LA
OYO Hotel Port Allen LA
OYO Hotel Port Allen LA

OYO Hotel Port Allen LA

3051 La Hwy 1 S, Port Allen, LA, 70767
8 people booked this hotel today
4.0 (108 Ratings)·Very Good
AC
Queen Sized Bed
Parking Facility
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$50$8440% off
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OYO Hotel Denham Springs I-12
OYO Hotel Denham Springs I-12
OYO Hotel Denham Springs I-12
OYO Hotel Denham Springs I-12
OYO Hotel Denham Springs I-12

OYO Hotel Denham Springs I-12

125 Rushing Dr, Denham Springs, LA, 70726
10 people booked this hotel today
3.7 (199 Ratings)·Good
AC
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King Sized Bed
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$48$8040% off
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Best Hotels in Baton Rouge LA and places to explore

Located on the eastern banks of the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge is the capital of the state of Louisiana in the USA. The origins of the city go far back to the Native Indian civilizations, and the name of the city comes from an actual red stick that was spotted by French explorer Sieur d’Iberville and it acted as the dividing line between the hunting grounds of the Bayougoula and Houma tribes in the past. Its mardi gras festivities and parades bring the communities of Baton Rouge together.

Baton Rouge is brimming with history and culture, and these popular places will bring you a little closer to knowing the city better-

    The city offers comfortable budget hotels with services that make your stay a pleasant one. You would find these mighty cheap hotels that are conveniently located, packed with swimming pools and parking spaced, and more. Furthermore, if you want to be close to the airport, you could go for hotels near Baton Rouge airport

  • Houmas House and Gardens- To experience life on a sugarcane plantation in the 1800s, a trip to The Houmas House Estate should be the top priority on your list. The mansion has been renovated to the earlier designs of the antebellum era and reflects the grandeur of the plantation from the late 18th century till the start of the Civil War in the South. There are guided tours for the visitors that focus on the evolution of the manor house. Period artifacts are on display in the house that gives a long look into the days of the American South.
  • Port Hudson State Historic Site- This historic park is dedicated to the episode of the Siege of Port Hudson during the Civil War and honors the Union and Confederate military. The site has preserved a piece of the battle land to commemorate the longest siege in the USA’s history. The Port Hudson National Cemetery is the resting place of the fallen soldiers and is located about 6 miles to the South.
  • LSU Rural Life Museum- The Rural Life Museum concentrates on the preservation of the materials and archaeological discoveries of working-class life of the 18th and 19th century in Louisiana and Lower Mississippi River, before the advent of industrialization. It allows the visitors a chance to experience the lives of Native Indians, the Spanish and French settlers, African Americans and Acadians. It is located on the 40-acre Burden Plantation. It is managed by the Louisiana State University whose campus is home to ceremonial grounds of Native Indians that are older than the Egyptian pyramids.
  • Louisiana’s Old State Capitol- It’s a historic landmark in the state of Louisiana and acted as the governing office of Huey Long in the past, the 40th governor of Louisiana. Its construction was completed in 1849. Today, it is a museum that is perched atop a hill overlooking the Mississippi River. The gothic castle-like fortress has been remodeled to match its original architecture. You can dive headlong into the political turbulence and the legacy of the governor while admiring the stained glass windows that are reminiscent of the Art Deco style. The closest OYO hotel to the museum is Hotel Port Allen LA I-10 West.

Spanish town historic district - It’s a historic town in Baton Rouge, popular for its annual Mardi Gras parade. The other spots that you may want to explore include Arsenal Park, Baton Rouge Centre, Tiger Stadium, Fort Clarence Beach and Hellshire Beach and more.

Other popular locations for a convenient stay in Baton Rouge are Gwenadele, Port Allen, Downtown, and Mead Road to name a few. OYO hotels are quite accessible and close to other important landmarks including Medical Center of Baton Rouge Heliport, and Train Station Park amongst others.

What to Eat?

The best cajun food is found in Baton Rouge. A traditional must on every Louisianian’s plate, cajun sausages are a part of the state’s diet. The most popular dish in Baton Rouge is jambalaya that many of the restaurants in the city give their own unique spin to. The standard steaks and burgers are a favorite in the Capital. The crawfish bisque of Maison Lacour unanimously makes them the best name in french dining in Baton Rouge. Parrain's Seafood is famous for its chargrilled oysters.

How to Reach?

The nearest airport, Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport is 5.7 miles away from the city. With respect to buses, the Capital Area Transit System provides urban transportation throughout Baton Rouge.

Baton Rouge enjoys great connectivity with the major cities and towns located nearby. Some of the best destinations that you can visit over a weekend near Baton Rouge are Austin, Natchez, and Galveston among others.

OYO Hotels in Baton Rouge are equipped with modern amenities. Equipped with all the required facilities, these stays can be booked via Hotel deals and hotel discounts on our website. In addition, we offer a weekly rate and monthly rate as well, starting from $30 per night. The affordable hotels have spacious rooms with large beds, TV, AC, free Wi-Fi, seating area, and attached bathroom. Other amenities including parking, pet-friendliness, and card payments are also provided to the guests.

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Questions and Answers

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What are the best ways to reach Baton Rouge LA?

Baton Rouge LA is served by the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport, which is about 10 minutes north of downtown. You can also travel by train connected with major cities like San Francisco, Boston and Richmond. The busiest station in Baton Rouge LA is the Bus Terminal-1253 Florida Blvd station while you can also get on interstate highways 10, 12 or 110 to reach the city.

Commuting in and around the city

Bus transport is a great way to commute in and around Baton Rouge LA with Greyhound Bus Lines offering their services and even the Capital Area Transit System. Cab rentals are also suitable for more extensive exploration.

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What is the best time to visit Baton Rouge LA?

July and August are the warmest months in Baton Rouge and the town comes alive at this point. The plantations are in full bloom with orchards aplenty to explore. The boating activities on the Mississippi River are a lot of fun and there are summer festivals held at various parts of the city.

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What are some of the best destinations around Baton Rouge LA for a weekend getaway?

De-stress in style by heading over to Mobile, Alabama, a charming port city that offers the GulfQuest National Maritime Museum, Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center and even an IMAX theater that’s bound to be a hit with the kids! The Firehouse Wine Bar and Shop here is one of the best places to learn more about wine and food pairings during a lazy afternoon. You can even go on a date with history at Jackson, Mississippi, stopping at the Old Mississippi Capitol Building.

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What are some of the most popular places of interest in Baton Rouge LA?

Baton Rouge is home to some important landmarks that are worth a visit!

  • The Louisiana State Capital- It is an impressive architectural landmark and houses the Louisiana State Legislature, a major heritage site in the city.
  • The Tiger Stadium- This is popularly known as Death Valley and is the home ground of the LSU Tiger football team, host to all their major games.
  • The Horace Wilkinson Bridge- A famous cantilever bridge which also houses the Interstate 10 across the Mississippi River. The bridge as well as the river below is a sight to behold.
Shopping in Baton Rouge LA

Baton Rouge LA has several wonders in store for shopaholics! The Perkins’ Rowe is a popular shopping hub in Baton Rouge where you’ll find some of the city’s top stores like Anthropologie, BCBG and The Loft. If you’re looking for souvenirs, quirky gifts and a lot more, head to the Red Stick Farmers’ and Art Market. The artisanal pottery, home décor products, kitchen, and bathroom accessories and other handcrafted treats are available at A Little Pottery Shop or Bee Vee’s Goodies.

Nightlife in Baton Rouge LA

Baton Rouge LA has an eclectic nightlife circuit with popular joints like Splash Nightclub, Club Bella Noche and Xo NightClub to get you in the mood. Culture aficionados can watch their favorite performances at Opera Louisiane or the Manship Theater. If you’re in Baton Rouge on a Saturday night, don’t forget to check out the Cajun French Music Association chapter for its scintillating Cajun bands and accompanying dances. For something remotely different, try the Highland Road Park Observatory to catch a glimpse of the moon and planets amidst serene settings.

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What are some of the best locations to stay in Baton Rouge?
You can look at some of the best areas like Downtown, Port Allen, Spanish Town and close to Louisiana State University.
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Can OYO hotels be booked at a weekly or a monthly rental?
Yes, OYO offers an option to book the best hotels at a weekly rate and a monthly rate.
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What are the best options for hotels near the Baton Rouge LA Louisiana State Capitol?

Check out our website to explore some of the best stays, some of them include The Baton Rouge Mid City, Hotel Baton Rouge Mead Road, and OYO Hotel Baton Rouge East are the best options for staying near the Louisiana State Capitol.

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What are the affordable OYO hotels near Baton Rouge General Medical Center?
You will find multiple OYO hotels near Baton Rouge General Medical Center, that are comfortable and packed with all essential amenities. These hotels including, OYO Hotel Baton Rouge Mid City, OYO Hotel Port Allen LA, OYO Hotel Baton Rouge - Mead Rd and more, are quite affordable and available at a lesser price via Hotel deals available on our website.
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What are the best hotels in Spanish Town Historic District, Baton Rouge?

Some of the best budget hotels in Spanish Town Historic District, Baton Rouge include comfortable properties by OYO, including OYO Hotel Baton Rouge East I-12, OYO Hotel Baton Rouge Mid City, OYO Hotel Port Allen LA, OYO Hotel Port Allen LA I-10 West, OYO Hotel Baton Rouge - Mead Rd, OYO Hotel Denham Springs I-12 and more.

OYO hotels in Baton Rouge LA offers top-notch amenities including comfortable beds, well-designed, swimming pool, modern bathrooms, TVs, coffee makers,free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, mini-fridges, hair dryers and intercoms. Other amenities include parking facilities and card payment provisions.

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What are the best OYO hotels at a pocket-friendly price in Baton Rouge?

OYO offers budget-friendly hotels in almost every strategic location in Baton Rouge. These hotels are of top-notch quality and offer convenience and comfort.

A room in Baton Rouge LA can cost anywhere between $35 and can go up to $70 for the more expensive rooms. One can avail additional discounts while booking through the website.

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