Great customer service and on-site security ensure that guests at our Port Allen hotel are safe, comfortable and feel right at home.
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The Mississippi River and Baton Rouge, Louisiana aren't far from our Port Allen hotel. If you are in town to visit LSU, you will enjoy a quick and easy commute. From graduation to moving the college kids in, we regularly cater to families of students, as well as faculty and staff. We are just four miles away from the LSU campus.
Hotels in Port Allen, LA are near plantation tours, which is an excellent way to get a little history while in the region. The local riverboat casinos are a blast, and some of our Port Allen hotel guests stay with us while on dry land and spend the rest of their trip on the waters. With easy access to LSU and the Capital Building, convenience is a big reason many travelers stay with us. From the moment you arrive at your fast check-out, we make traveling as easy as possible for our guests.
If you're looking for quality family fun, some of our favorite events in the area include Kite Fest Louisiane each April, 4th Fest each July, Oldies But Goodies Fest each September, SugarFest each October, Veterans on Parade each November, and Reflections of the Season each December!
Our Port Allen, LA hotel is also a favorite for business travelers, such as employees of the local chemical plants. DOW® Chemical, Georgia Pacific, and the Exxon® Plant are just a few of the big businesses bringing workers in from out of town. If you are here for work, count on us to provide you with luxury bedding, spacious accommodations, and genuine southern hospitality.
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“Excellent Location & "Away from Home/Office" Rooms”
Lake Charles, United States on 21-Aug-17
For several year, after trying different hotels in the Baton Rouge area, this is my very favorite! I get a lot of work done in the room; it like having "away from home" office. It offers the best...
I booked the room thru Hotels.com. Easy enough. We get to hotel and it all goes downhill from there. First, my wife has to use a wheelchair temporarily from a foot surgery. All they have is upstairs...