The birthplace of jazz, the mystery and magic of the bayous, and that town called New Orleans which is unlike anywhere else on earth. Louisiana has an incredible personality. The state has beauty, and soul. It takes on a life of it’s own. It’s addictive, and the moment you step foot in the state you will feel it’s spirit running through your veins.
The romanticism of the Deep South will inspire you, and give you something new to experience every moment you are there.
Delve into the rich history of the Civil War. Experience the beauty of the landscapes as you explore the great outdoors. Stroll through magical parks, take a boat out on to the stunning lakes or relax on the pristine beaches.
Feel the love of the French Quarter, and indulge in some of the most incredible flavors you will ever experience. The spices, the freshness, the stories.
Rejuvenate yourselves in some of the states most beautiful plantation house B&Bs, and let Louisiana romance you.
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THE CORNSTALK HOTEL, New Orleans
A classic French Quarter experience, with 14 exquisite rooms & communal porch to enjoy
OAK ALLEY PLANTATION, Vacherie
A beautiful Antebellum plantation mansion with private cottages, plus historic tours too
HOTEL MAZARIN, New Orleans
A stunning French Quarter property with 102 rooms & 3 suites, plus European fountain feature
DEGAS HOUSE, New Orleans
A historic B&B once home to French impressionist Edgar Degas, complete with southern hospitality
STOCKADE B&B, Baton Rouge
Escape to Louisiana's capital at this Hacienda-style property with five romantic guest rooms
MAISON DE MEMOIRE, Rayne
Charming cottages near Lafayette, in the heart of Cajun Country. The ultimate in southern romance
JAZZ QUARTERS, New Orleans
A unique Creole hotel with early 19th century cottage, located in the iconic French Quarters
STEEL MAGNOLIA HOUSE, Natchitoches
Featured in the 1989 film "Steel Magnolias", this B&B offers rich history, southern charm & more.
BARROW HOUSE INN, St. Francisville
About 40 miles from Baton Rouge, this inn dates back to 1780, complete with Civil War markings