Whether it’s a bed and breakfast, boutique hotel, hostel or budget accommodations they’re in need of, visitors to Lafayette have a range of options. According to Lafayette Convention & Visitors Commission, guests can “stay in luxury, stay in history or stay in budget.”
Chain hotels, including a new TRU by Hilton and Courtyard by Marriott, offer plenty of traditional choices, but Lafayette also has historic bed and breakfasts, country cottages and charming inns, along with boutique hotels and extended-stay suites. For more adventurous guests, campgrounds and even houseboats come with a view.
If you want to live like a local, Lafayette’s Airbnb properties range from farmhouses to Downtown lofts, an artist’s studio and cozy private rooms.
Find a complete list of lodging at www.lafayettetravel.com/hotels.