The State of Louisiana (French: État de Louisiane) is a state located in the southern region of the United States of America. The capital of Louisiana is Baton Rouge and the most populous city is New Orleans. The largest parish by population is Jefferson Parish and largest by area is Terrebonne Parish (Louisiana is the only state divided into parishes, which are local governments equivalent to counties). The New Orleans metropolitan area is Louisiana's largest.
Louisiana has a unique multicultural and multilingual heritage. Originally part of New France, Louisiana is home to many speakers of Cajun French and Louisiana Creole French. African American/Franco-African, and French/French Canadian form the two largest groups of ancestry in Louisiana's population.
The state of Louisiana is conveniently organized into five distinct regions, each offering a different experience. It’s part of the cultural geography that makes this a great place to visit. As a result, much of the content on this site is organized by region. Take some time to learn about the five regions of Louisiana, and you’ll likely get a lot more out of your next visit. The Official Louisiana Tourism Website - sponsored by the Louisiana Office of Tourism and the Louisiana Travel Promotion Association, with all of the things for a visitor.
Class : No of rooms : 570 City : New Orleans Address : 214 Royal St.
Hotel Monteleone | 214 Rue Royale, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130-2201
Toll Free: (800) 535-9595
Located on the world famous Royal Street, the hotel offers easy access to the French Quarter, just a block from the sights and sounds of Bourbon Street and Canal Street.
The Aria Spa is a cosy retrea
Class : No of rooms : 108 City : New Orleans Address : 114 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
The historic newly renovated St. Christopher Hotel is located in the 'Heart of New Orleans' and is just 50 steps away from world famous Canal Street and the French Quarter. Built in the late 1800s by