Unique Boutique Style Casino Hotels in Louisiana
When I think about Louisiana, I think about Mardi Gras, exotic cuisine and a thriving night life. Finding the right hotel could be tricky but if you’re visiting Louisiana for any reason, check out these unique boutique style casino hotels, where the casino is just part of the package.
Affordable & Full of Amenities in Baton Rouge
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The Belle of Baton Rouge offers guests affordable rooms that start at just $49 per night based when you travel. Their casino has three floors of games including, slots, Keno machines, video poker and lots of table games. Join their Trop Advantage Players Club to take advantages of special offers, comps for rooms & food, and other member only discounts. Membership is free for guests, and you can earn points to increase your membership levels. Belle of Baton Rouge hosts free shows in the Capital Atrium for guests, including affordable boxing events for guests that are sports fans. Complimentary breakfast is included in your room rates however they do have an on site dinner buffet. Kids 11 and under are just $6.50 and diners 12 and older it’s $15.99.
Southern Hospitality at L’Auberge Baton Rouge
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Everything is on the house at L’Auberge Casino Hotel Baton Rouge, or so it seems. Their list of complimentary amenities is long and include the usual like coffee and daily newspapers, to popular options like Wi-fi and use of the fitness center, but what really puts them over the top is their in room slippers and robes that’s available to all hotel guests. Take a swim in their roof top pool while enjoying views of the Mississippi River and Baton Rouge. L’Auberge’s Bon Temps Buffet offers guests who choose to dine without children the luxury of doing so, it’s for adults 21 and older only. Their social music bar Edge offer guests the chance to unwind and chill while listening to music or participating in one of their special events. Room rates at L’Auberge Baton Rouge varies based on peak travel seasons. They average about $139 per night.
Twenty-Four Hour Room Service at Horseshoe Bossier City
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Horseshoe Bossier City receives rave reviews from guests about the size of their rooms. Room service is available 24-hours matching their casino hours. Rates average $72 per night, and could be cheaper during seasonal sales. Horseshoe Bossier City guests can apply for casino credit in lieu of using cash while playing at the casino. They also partner with Total Rewards Visa and Shell Fuel Rewards to reward guests. There are five restaurants to choose from and a nightclub.
High Rise Resort On the Boardwalk
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