Are you ready for a fall getaway? Consider one of these amazing spots in Louisiana. From city explorations and casino resorts to natural getaways, there’s something for everyone in Louisiana. Get out there and take a vacation today!
1. Eldorado Resort Casino Shreveport, LA
This casino resort is right in Shreveport’s downtown, pictured here on the Red River at night.
The renovated rooms include luxurious bedding, flat screen televisions, iPod docking sections, as well as spa-inspired marble bathrooms.
2. Grosse Savanne Waterfowl & Wildlife Lodge, Outside Lake Charles, LA
For those looking for a nature-rich getaway, Grosse Savanne is the perfect spot. Set on Calcasieu Lake between Sabine and Lacassine Wildlife Refuges, it’s truly a sportsman’s paradise.
Get up with the sun and onto a boat for all the hunting and fishing this fertile land has to offer.
3. Nottoway Plantation
Another favorite plantation in Louisiana, the Nottoway Plantation, offers plenty of luxury rooms as well as a full service resort, including a fitness center, tennis courts, pool, cabana and restaurant.
Make sure you take time to relax on the number of beautiful porches surrounded by the well tended and elegant gardens.
4. L’Auberge Casino Resort, Lake Charles, LA
There’s always something going on at this huge resort in Lake Charles, from concerts and shows to a fully equipped casino and buffet. Countless restaurants and bars make this spot truly exciting.
The lazy river and pool complex at L’Auberge makes it the ideal place to stop for summertime fun!
5. Butler Greenwood Bed and Breakfast, St. Francisville, LA
A crown jewel of the popular getaway spot of St. Francisville, LA, Butler-Greenwood offers guests beautiful gardens and private cabins.
The grand wrap around porch serves as the perfect spot to admire the gorgeous gardens.
6. Houmas House Plantation and Gardens
One of the most grand plantations on River Road, Houmas House plays host to some of the most elegant events in Louisiana. Here you can see the entire grounds of the plantation set on the Mississippi River.
Book a luxurious room in the home and feast upon the delicious Cajun food available in the on-site restaurant.
Make sure you set aside time to explore the ample gardens at Houmas House, especially the Japanese garden pictured here.
7. The Ritz-Carlton New Orleans, LA
The Ritz-Carlton New Orleans is a historic luxury hotel built within the 1908 Beaux Arts Maison Blanche building on Canal St. The multi-million dollar renovation of this building created countless luxury rooms and suites and a world class spa and restaurant.
The garden room, where tea is served daily, is a favorite for ladies looking to experience formal tea.
Visitors can enjoy gorgeous panoramic views of the Mississippi River and then take a walk down the always lively Bourbon Street.
Have you ever been to one of these spots? Which one is your favorite? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!