Hilton Garden Inn Baton Rouge Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3330 Harding Blvd., Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70807, United States
Hilton Garden Inn Baton Rouge Airport
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  • Families89
  • Couples71
  • Solo71
  • Business77

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Travel Tips for Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge summers are not for the weak to enjoy!

by der_geograf

If you are coming to Baton Rouge anywhere from April to October (as well as any other U.S. Gulf coast city), pack at least a few sets of light clothing! The weather here is repetitive during the summer months--hot and humid, with occasional heat index advisories, and occasional scattered thunderstorms, some of which can be strong or severe. Therefore, rain gear is also a necessity.

Outside of the summer, things get a little trickier. High temperatures here have been known to go as high as 85 F (30 C) in the winter, and occasionally never getting out of the 40s. Sometimes strong cold fronts can occur in the winter, and the temperatures can go from the 80s (about 30 C) to the 40s (about 4 C) in just a few hours. To summarize, if you are travelling to Baton Rouge during any season other than the summer, the weather can be very fickle, so be prepared for anything and pack accordingly. (NOTE: It RARELY snows here.)

The city is flat, and if you get a heavy rainstorm the streets, yards, and parks can flood and collect mud . . . so you may not want to bring your most expensive pair of shoes!

If you are in to plantations,...

by cynthi

If you are in to plantations, Notaway Plantation in White Castle (across the river) is my Mom's favorite. I like The Myrtles (in St. Francisville) because it's haunted, and Oak Ally, but that is a little bit further away.
Or... if you really want to go off the beaten path, you could visit one of the three major wastewater treatment plants in Baton Rouge (and just think, the effluent goes into the Mississippi River, which just happens the be the drinking water source for New Orleans!). Actually, I just like the picture. If you look closely, you can see downtown Baton Rouge in the background.

If you want to do some biking, I hear that Hooper Road is the place to be.

India's Indian Resturant (duh)

by larsy

India's Indian Resturant (duh)
To my knowlage one of only a few Indian resturants in a 100 mile radius. Some somewhat yummy food and some containing meat. If you need you Indian food fix this is you only hope in south La. The Buffet and Mango frozen yogurt

old governor's mansion

by doug48

the old governor's mansion was built for huey p. long in 1929. this building served as the louisiana governor's residence from 1930 to 1963. this building was designed to be long's "white house". the old governor's mansion is listed on the national register of historic places. today the mansion is home to the foundation for historical louisiana and is open to the public for tours. see the attached web site for times and admission.

shaw center

by doug48

the shaw center for the performing and visual arts is a new 125,000 square foot complex located in downtown baton rouge. the shaw center is home to the LSU museum of art, the brunner gallery, the manship theater, and a restaurant and cafe. for those interested in art and theater the shaw center is baton rouge's best venue. see the attached web site for more information.


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 Hilton Garden Inn Baton Rouge Airport

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Address: 3330 Harding Blvd., Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70807, United States