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The Baton Rouge Marriott hotel mixes Southern hospitality with modern amenities. Guests staying at the day rooms can enjoy free parking, free Wi-Fi, and an on-site fitness center to stay in shape. Local destinations include museums dedicated to art and science, and the floating battleship museum USS Kidd, in addition to Baton Rouge Zoo and BREC’s Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center for fans of wildlife.
Global Menu – There’s great diversity in local dining, with This Is How We Roll preparing sushi for fans of Japanese cuisine, and Solera - Spanish Tapas Restaurant and Bar serving up delights from Iberia, complemented by extensive cocktail and wine options. Treats from the eastern end of the Mediterranean are on the menu at Albasha Greek & Lebanese, and Eliza Restaurant offers modern Creole fare.
USS Kidd Veterans Museum – From the hourly rooms, head west to the water and there you’ll encounter the floating USS Kidd Veterans Museum, a former battleship that today welcomes guests and is child-friendly. Exhibits, including ship models, explore naval history, and visitors should be aware that the interior can be tight and ladders are steep.
Arts and Science – Just a short walk north of the USS Kidd is the LSU Museum of Art, a campus-based museum which displays works of human creativity from the 17th century through to the modern day. In addition to browsing its galleries, the Louisiana Art & Science Museum is nearby and showcases artwork from across history in addition to scientific exhibits, and comes complete with its own planetarium.
- BREC’s Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center – To the south of the hotel is BREC’s Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center, an expansive facility surrounded by wild flora and fauna. The center houses live animal exhibits in addition to mineral displays, with turtles, snakes, and alligators among the residents.
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Seasonal outdoor pool.