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The Cook Hotel & Conference Center
Trident Inn & Suites, Baton Rouge
L'Auberge Casino Hotel Baton Rouge
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Baton Rouge East, an IHG Hotel
Hilton Garden Inn Baton Rouge Airport

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Baton Rouge Vacations

Though sometimes overshadowed by its neighbor, New Orleans, Baton Rouge has a culture that's entirely its own. It's no second fiddle to the Big Easy, but a slice of real Louisiana life. Amid oyster specials and crayfish gumbo, riverside views and old oak trees, you'll discover the secret, sleepy world of Baton Rouge, where a midnight fiddle player is no surprise. Baton Rouge vacation packages make it easy to experience all that "red stick" has to offer.

What to Do in Baton Rouge

Like most of Louisiana, Baton Rouge loves to eat. Look for hotels in Baton Rouge that are close to downtown, so you have easy access to world-class restaurants that dot the business district. Baton Rouge is also the home of LSU, and no trip to the city is complete without exploring the campus' lovely architecture and many green spaces, covered by branches of old oak trees. Car rentals in Baton Rouge can help get you to the university district. There's even a live tiger exhibit on campus (the tiger is LSU's mascot), which makes for a stunning photo opportunity. When the sun sets, look for a rooftop bar along the banks of the Mississippi river and watch the bridge light up as barges slowly make their way down the Big Muddy.

Holidays in Baton Rouge

In the south, there's no bigger holiday than college football Saturdays. Game day in Baton Rouge is a sight to behold. Tickets can be hard to come by, but that's no reason to skip out, as the real party happens outside the stadium, where fans set up tents and share crayfish all through the fall. Baton Rouge packages can be tailored for any interest, and Travelocity makes it easy to find the best deals on Baton Rouge travel. Save up to $537 when you book a hotel and flight at the same time.

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Baton Rouge?
With vacation packages on offer from just $419, you won’t need to max out the credit card to visit Baton Rouge. Travelocity is here to help. Combine flights, hotels and tours into a package and land some serious discounts. The more you book, the more you save.
How long should my Baton Rouge vacation be?
The majority of people opt to spend roughly 2 nights in Baton Rouge, but it’s totally up to you. If you’re hoping to explore all the wonderful things this place has waiting for you, why not hang around another few nights?
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Baton Rouge?
Scoring a great package deal to Baton Rouge couldn’t be easier with Travelocity. With access to 400 air carriers and 1,000,000 worldwide properties, you’re flush with choice when it comes to picking your hotels and flights.
Why should I book my Baton Rouge vacation bundle with Travelocity?
Incredible savings, an abundance of exciting destinations and 24/7 customer service — that’s why. And with our Price Match Guarantee, you can rest assured knowing that you’ll always score the best possible deal with Travelocity.
Can I save money on my Baton Rouge car rental if I combine it with a hotel or flight?
With a Baton Rouge vacation package, you can combine your car, hotel and flight bookings and save some serious money. If you can’t wait to see the best of this exciting city, why not make tracks to Caesars Superdome? This renowned attraction is 75 mi from Baton Rouge. With your own rental car, you’ll be there in a flash.
What is the best time of year to go to Baton Rouge?
Visiting in the quieter months of the year, , comes with a bevy of benefits — think cheaper airfares and hotels and less bumping shoulders with tourist hordes. But there’s magic in the air during the high season. More events will be on and more attractions will be open in . If you want to stretch your budget, typically has the most affordable hotel prices. Expect to pay more for a bed in .
Which airport is best for Baton Rouge?
The majority of people arrive at Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR). Once you’ve landed and gathered your bags, you’ll need to head 6 mi south to reach central Baton Rouge. Lafayette Regional Airport (LFT) is the other option available, 50 mi from the heart of the city.
What is there to do in Baton Rouge?
Baton Rouge is brimming with things to see and do, such as Tiger Stadium and Baton Rouge River Center. These renowned attractions are on most visitors’ itineraries.
Where should I stay when visiting Baton Rouge?
The Red Roof Inn Baton Rouge - LSU Conference Center is the first choice of many travelers. Book as soon as possible before it’s too late.
Can I go on vacation to Baton Rouge at this time?
Find out all the info that’s important relating to quarantine policies and travel restrictions before you fly to Baton Rouge. Our Covid-19 Travel Advisor is full of useful advice to help make your trip relaxed and hassle-free.

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