This is an older property, and by its look it was originally built as a Baymont. I would estimate it to be 30 to 40 years old. You can tell that things have been done to update the property. In our room, there was newer carpet, light fixtures, vanity faucet, dresser, bed table, and recliner. Beds were excellent, with clean linen. Friendly desk clerks. The refrigerator was newer and oversized for a hotel. Climate control worked well. The hotel is close to a Super Wal Mart and a Community Coffee shop. You need to know that the LaQuinta chain has become very popular with dog owners. Fortunately, the dogs were well behaved. The walls are thin, so you would not want to be next door to a barking dog. There is a small wastewater treatment facility right behind one end of the hotel, and it makes a constant noise like a refrigeration truck parked under your window. It is not terrifically loud, but it is constant, and it will probably bother some people. On the second floor, you should avoid odd numbered rooms running from 225 to 237 if this kind of noise concerns you. The third floor appeared to be the smoking floor. The coffee maker was a one cup at a time model, and only one packet of regular and one packet of decaf were supplied. I don't know why LaQuinta sticks to this stingy policy because it tends to devalue their brand. Overall we considered this hotel a good value and we will return here in future visits to Baton Rouge.
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