La Quinta Inn Monroe

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

1035 US 165 Bypass South, Monroe, Louisiana, 71203-5542, United States
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54%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
14%
11
Very Good
24%
19
Average
16%
13
Poor
18%
14
Terrible
25%
20

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 34% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families47
  • Couples41
  • Solo42
  • Business33

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Travel Tips for Monroe

Lake D'Arbonne State Park

by vigi

Arriving Monroe Apr16 afternoon. A bit tiring and sleepy after long drive (I didn't drive though, but still tired!!). Our first stop was West Monroe-Lake D-Arbonne State Park. This place is very neat and refreshing. Lovely Cypress trees (first time I saw tree growing from the water!! lol) They provide acoomodation as well, at attractive low price, with nice cabin and decent camping site, heated pool & fitness room, great!

Poverty Point (Con't)

by vigi

After a movie in the museum, we took a bus to tour around the site, it was hot, and since we could not step down the from the bus, we actually cannot see anything except listening to "fairytales" of history. Then we took a short hike (not even a hike, just a 15 mins walk actually...) up the hill which they called "pyramids" built by Egyptian slaves in the 8th centuries. They dragged huge stones (well... I couldn't see any stones... seriously...) across the desert to build the Great Pyramids, and before the great Mayan pyramids were constructed. The place was a site in what is now northeastern Louisiana. The people were a highly civilized group who left behind one of the most important archaeological sites in North America.

The Land of Cotton

by Small_World

Some friends of mine from up north came to visit in September and wanted to know where all the snow went. They were certain they had seen some as they looked out the window of the airplane, and when they landed it was nowhere to be found. Not only that, but the temperature outside was 90 degrees.

What they saw from the air were acres and acres of cotton. Ouachita Parish has around 30,000 acres of it, and some surrounding parishes have 100,000 acres.

Cajun on the river

by turnip2000 about Gabbeaux's New Orleans Restaurant

At the foot of the "old bridge" (the one that goes to downtown Monroe) and commonly known as Bayle's Landing, this place is a nice way to spend the evening drinking a beer and soakin' it in. Great views of Ouachita river and downtown Monroe. crawfish balls

Monroe: Louisiana's gateway city to Mississippi

by ATXtraveler

"Monroe, Home of ULM"

One of my close friends, Dan Augustine moved from St. Joseph, MO to Monroe, Louisiana to coach football at UL - Monroe. During our visit there, we were able to go to a ULM game... which was a great experience and really a community event. Here I am with the ULM Mascot.

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 La Quinta Inn Monroe

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Address: 1035 US 165 Bypass South, Monroe, Louisiana, 71203-5542, United States