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With the mighty Mississippi River as its eastern border, Louisiana's cities and towns have blossomed through the years, along with a plethora of hotels to serve its visitors. If you are looking for a good time in the French Quarter, we have 5 star New Orleans hotels with fabulous amenities at great prices. Select a discount Baton Rouge hotel if you have business in the capital city - you can tour the old and the new capitol buildings, both stunning. For the widest selection of accommodations at prices which fit your budget, we has them all.

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Louisiana is known for its historic cultural melding of American Indians, Africans, the Spanish and the French, creating a unique, fascinating Southern U.S. destination. The mighty Mississippi River empties into the Gulf of Mexico at New Orleans, the state’s largest city and most-visited, thus the profusion of amazing Louisiana hotels and attractions in the area. The center of the city is the French Quarter with its jazz music, historic architecture and plethora of delectable eateries. From the beautiful Garden District to St. Louis Cathedral, oldest in the country, to major Universities Loyola, Tulane and Xavier, to New Orleans Saints football, there is never a lack of things to do!  

The coast of Louisiana is a mixture of bays and bayous, beaches and marshes, creating opportunities for fishing, boating and sun-filled holidays. Baton Rouge is located about an hour and a half north of New Orleans; visitors enjoy touring the Gothic-style Old Capitol Building which stands high on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi, as well as the current Art Deco Capitol.  The Natchitoches area, the oldest settlement in Louisiana, is charming and historic. Visit to explore Creole National Historical Park & Heritage Area featuring the Oakland and Magnolia Plantations which lie along the meandering Cane River.

Just across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans lies Fontainebleau State Park, site of sugar mill ruins, sandy beaches and an interpretive nature trail. Shreveport-Bossier City metro area lies in the northwest corner of the state and sports a bit of a Texas feel. A couple unique trails have been created to assist visitors in exploring Louisiana: the Audubon Golf Trail featuring 12 designer courses, and the African American Heritage Trail, showcasing museums, heritage sites and cultural attractions. Both Trails lead you through all regions of the state! Cajun country is a blast to explore – what are you waiting for?


Best Louisiana Parks

Dixie Landin and Blue Bayou

Two parks for the price of one! Dixie Landin offers over 20 thrill rides, including the Ragin Cajun 14-story steel coaster which goes forward and backward with inverted loops throwing 3.8 G’s.  Several rides are sized just for kids; see the entire park from the 90-foot tall Giant Wheel or aboard the Iron Horse Train. Blue Bayou offers great ways to cool off, claiming the world’s largest Racer Slide, giant water cannons at Pirate’s Cove, and wave action at Hurricane Bay. Laser light shows are offered on summer nights. Find Discount Hotels near Dixie Landin and Blue Bayou.

Fontainebleau State Park

On the shores of Lake Pontchartrain lies a 2,800 acre park which served as a sugar plantation until 1852. Nowadays, outdoor enthusiasts enjoy sailing and sunbathing, cycling, and in-line skating. The park offers hikers a 4.8 mile trail; a 1.25 mile nature trail is also featured. The park is identified as having several diverse ecosystems, supporting a variety of plants and wildlife. Find Discount Hotels near Fontainebleau State Park.

Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve

Jean Lafitte is comprised of 6 different Southern Louisiana sites, summing up this region of the U.S. From the mighty Mississippi River and Barataria Preserve in Marrero for a real swamp experience, to New Orleans’ French Quarter and historic Chalmette Battlefield and National Cemetery, you will never forget your visit! Find Discount Hotels near Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve.

Tickfaw State Park

Named for the Tickfaw River which winds through this park, this park features over a mile of boardwalks on which you can walk, bike or skate through four ecosystems. Guided hikes are offerd as well as nature programs. Four trails are offered, from half-mile to three miles long. Try renting a canoe or night hiking! Find Discount Hotels near Tickfaw State Park.

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