Sleep Inn South
10332 Plaza Americana Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70816
Phone: (225) 926-8488
Fax: (225) 926-7989
10332 Plaza Americana Dr. , Baton Rouge, LA, US, 70816
- Phone: (225) 926-8488
- Fax: (225) 926-7989
16 locations with free pick-up and delivery and airport shuttle service. Wide variety including trucks, vans, luxury and SUV's.
This company provides quality vehicles to customers at the most popular travel destinations. Another location at 9930 Florida Boulevard.
A full service ground transportation company that offers complete corporate and personal service to satisfy even the most demanding client. They can provide safe and reliable transportation for business travel, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, a night on the town, proms, sporting events, concerts, airport transportation, graduation ceremonies and concerts.
Urban refuge. Fishing, birding, nature trails, picnicking.
The 39,583 acres of productive brackish and saline marsh is accessible by boat only and camping is permitted only in designated areas. Visitors to the area enjoy birding, fishing, and hunting.
Riverside Limousines has offers premiere service for more than 24 years. With their luxurious fleet of sedans and limousines, they will transport you in the comfort and style that you deserve. From a corporate or large group setting to an intimate evening out, their limousines will provide the perfect complement to any event.
Limousine Livery offers the finest in late model luxury transportation, corporate transportation and groups transportation in Baton Rouge.
Yellow Cab provides efficient and cost effective transportation within the Greater Baton Rouge area and throughout the State of Louisiana. Their radio-dispatched vehicles also provide "hotshot" delivery.
Inshore, coastal or offshore, let one of their licensed and insured captains take you there. They can put you on the fish and leave you with a fantastic memory.
Provides top brand vehicle rentals for business or leisure while striving to earn customer loyalty.
The St. James Episcopal Church is a magnificent Gothic style church which was constructed in 1889. It became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and still continues to function with regular services and ceremonies being held.
Built in the 19th Century on the banks of the Mississippi River, the Louisiana Old State Capitol is today a popular museum and event venue. The building is unique in the area because of its Gothic architecture and castle-like facade. The Museum of Political History, located inside, contains information about Louisiana’s early years as a state as well as the occasional traveling exhibit.