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Hilton Garden Inn Baton Rouge Airport is only a mile away from Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (to which it offers a free shuttle service). Day guests can make use of free Wi-Fi and on-site dining within the hotel, and enjoy the museums, gardens, and zoo beyond its doors.
Dining Opportunities – Amongst the various local restaurants there’s B & T Seafood, with a marine menu including crawfish, shrimp, and crab. If you prefer land animals then there’s sausage, ribs and more available at Deep South Barbeque. Meanwhile, Sinophiles can indulge in the dishes served up at Hong Kong Chef.
BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo – BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo is to the north of the hotel, where wildlife enthusiasts can spend a couple of hours admiring the range of animals. It’s suitable for little ones, with a petting zoo and play areas, and counts peacocks and tigers amongst its exotic residents.
Magnificent Museums – To the south is Louisiana State University Rural Life Museum, a plantation complex of historic buildings. The site allows modern day visitors to explore life in the 19th century, offering tours, exhibits, and artifacts. Be prepared to stretch your legs as you delve into the past. Nearby you can find the Capitol Park Museum, featuring exhibits telling the story of the state’s history and culture.
- Botanic Gardens – If you just want to get away from it all then it’s hard to beat LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens. There are miles of peaceful walking paths where you can unwind, a wetlands area, and a rose garden. Whether horticulture’s your hobby or you just like the peace and quiet, it’s a great place to visit.
- The Great American Grill® – If you’re in the mood for a hearty bite to eat while you’re staying at the Hilton Garden Inn, the hotel’s on-site restaurant, the Great American Grille, serves delicious contemporary American cuisine in a comfortable, relaxed setting. It’s a great spot to kick back and relax with one of the beers on tap, or just enjoy some local Louisiana favorites.
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