Hotels in Monroe,


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  • Hampton Inn & Suites Monroe

    3.44 miles
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    4.09 miles
  • Hampton Inn West Monroe

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  • Hilton Garden Inn West Monroe

    4.30 miles
  • Hampton Inn Ruston

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Experience Louisiana from the Best Monroe Hotels

ith its lush cypress swamps, eclectic history, and mouthwatering cuisine, it's no wonder that Monroe, Louisiana, has become a popular destination for tourists. On the banks of the Ouachita River, this idyllic southern town is rich in outdoor adventures, history, and distinct Cajun cuisine. You’ll find that it’s all within reach when you stay at the best Monroe hotels.

Explore the Bayou from Monroe Hotels

If you're looking for an outdoor adventure in Monroe, head to the Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Take a boat ride through a maze of cypress trees that runs for 4,500 acres and keep your eyes peeled for alligators while you’re there! You can also take a leisurely stroll along the nature trails or observe birds and other wildlife from one of the observation towers. If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush on the water, take a trip down the Ouachita River for some white-water rafting or kayaking, all easily accessible from the best Monroe hotels.

For the history buffs, the Chennault Aviation and Military Museum is a must. Located on the grounds of the historic Selman Field in downtown Monroe, this museum offers an engaging look at aviation history from both a local and global perspective. Exhibits include aircraft models, photographs, military memorabilia, uniforms, paintings, artifacts from World War II and Vietnam, and more. The museum also houses a library with books on aviation topics as well as special collections including WWII-era newspapers.

Also be sure to make a stop at the Biedenharn Museum & Gardens, which offers a glimpse into the early origins of Coca-Cola. This museum houses artifacts from the life and legacy of Joseph Biedenharn—the first person in the United States to bottle Coca-Cola—as well as many other historical exhibits. Visitors can learn about bottling methods from days gone by and explore interactive displays about local culture and industry.

Get a Taste of the Bayou from the Top Monroe Hotels

While in Lousiana, be sure to try the quintessential staples like gumbo, jambalaya, and fried catfish po'boys and boudin balls (a local favorite). Be sure to check out some of these classic dishes while you’re in town!

If you’re looking for some gifts to take back home, look no further than Antique Alley, one of Monroe’s most beloved attractions. Spanning several blocks along DeSiard Street near downtown, Antique Alley offers visitors an opportunity to shop for antiques from over 40 different vendors all under one roof! Here, you will find everything from vintage furniture to unique collectibles.

The Bible Museum offers visitors a unique look at how religion has shaped the world we live in today. The museum houses over 8,000 artifacts from all around the world, including ancient manuscripts from Egypt, India, and other far-flung places. Visitors can also get an up-close look at some of the oldest known copies of the Bible from Europe and Asia dating back hundreds of years ago. A special highlight is an original Gutenberg Bible printed in 1450.

From exploring the cypress swamps to leaning into Monroe’s history, Monroe is sure to have something that will satisfy every traveler. When you book a room at the top Monroe hotels, you can enjoy Southern hospitality with a touch of adventure.

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