Holiday Inn Baton Rouge S College Drive

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

4848 Constitution Ave, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70808, United States
Holiday Inn Baton Rouge College Drive
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 12% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples81
  • Solo90
  • Business88

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Travel Tips for Baton Rouge

The Mississippi River batture

by der_geograf

When the river is not at flood stage (normally during the summer and fall, it is possible to venture down the other side of the levee "the batture" and walk up to the river's edge.

This affords excellent opportunities for just taking a hike, for mountain biking, dirt biking, and for the bravest of souls--fishing.

(Notice the dirt biker in the photo.)

But note even though the river looks peaceful and serene, looks can be REALLY deceiving. It is DEEP (approximately 180+ feet in some pockets), and the currents in it are not to be played with. Since I have lived here, two kids have been pulled under and drowned by the mighty Mississippi. So if you are going to fish, do it from the riverbank! motorbike; mountain bike; old boots (or shoes you don't mind getting muddy); fishing pole and bait

You aren't a real LSU Tiger til you've been to...

by cynthi about The Chimes

The Chimes (because it is close to LSU, is inexpensive, good, and rates very high on the list).

The Chimes is located at the North Gates of LSU, has good (and cheap) food, and over 30 beers on tap and many many more in bottles, for a total of over 120 different options. Perfect for a college student. And if you live in Baton Rouge, you know about the beers around the world challenge. Drink 60 beers in 6 months (20 must be from different countries), and you get your name on the wall...I made it around the world, and you can find my name on the wall as of June 2003! It was the most expensive free t-shirt that I own!

Update: Along with the original Chimes, there is now "The Chimes East", which has the exact same menu as the original and is located on Coursey Blvd. Gosh, it's really a toss-up between their crawfish etouffee (7.95) and their crawfish fettuccini (9.95). My friend Matt really likes the red beans and rice (because it comes with the salad and is only 5.95). On Tuesdays, you can get raw oysters on the half shell for 25 cents apiece! Then again, the seafood gumbo is great and they have a pretty mean seafood platter. So much good food to choose from!

If you've got a big appetite, this is YOUR place

by ABL1958 about Ryan's

Lots and Lots and Lots of FOOD! Be sure to come hungry...for a decent price you can leave with your belt loosened a few notches. You name it, they've got it....or so it seems. This is a large all-you-can-eat buffet setup and offers a huge variety of hot and cold foods, drinks, desserts, salads, soups, etc. One highlight: each table gets a basketful of freshly baked soft warm yeast rolls with a side of whipped honeybutter. Mmmmmmm! The megabar that we enjoyed at Ryan's restaurant in Baton Rouge was incredible. I always heard the South knew how to cook, and once again this buffet was proof of that! This is a wonderful place to take children, too, because with all the variety they'll surely find something fit to eat, even with the fussiest of appetites! Then there's the dessert bar.......mmmmmmmmm
Probably most unique to the south, in my opinion, was the amount of fish and beans they served (not green beans per se, but black-eyed peas and other legumes, etc.) There were also a lot of summer squash and tomato dishes.....something I find particularly appealing but my companion did not LOL.

Architectural tour on North Blvd.

by DJMist

At the southern end of the downtown area is North Blvd. The extra wide boulavard has a massive neutral ground with a walking path covered by stately old oak trees and crepe myrtle. Meander the path and check out several of the city's architectual gems - from Renaissance Eclecticism (City Club) to Gothic Revival (Old Capitol) to Georgian (Old Governor's Mansion). There are many shops and restaurants, too.

windrush gardens

by doug48

windrush gardens is located on the grounds of the LSU rural life museum. this large plot of land located just east of downtown was originally the windrush plantation. the windruch gardens is a beautiful oasis in the middle of the baton rouge urban sprawl. admission to the gardens is free.


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Address: 4848 Constitution Ave, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70808, United States