Serviced Apartments in Louisiana

Top Cities in Louisiana

All you need to know about Louisiana

Louisiana Key Facts:

  • State Capital: Baton Rouge
  • State Population: 4.63 million
  • Time Zone: CST (GMT -6)
  • Key Industries: Oil, Natural Gas and Agriculture

Generating a Gross State Product of $228 billion in 2022, Louisiana is renowned for its oil and natural gas industries. In fact, the industries contribute over $15.7 billion dollars to the state economy annually – around 8% of the state’s total GDP. Key cities include Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Lafayette, and New Orleans which, recognised worldwide for its vibrant culture and nightlife, alone receives over 19 million visitors each year.

A hub for business and tourism alike, many visitors choose to stay in Louisiana serviced apartments. As such, our expansive portfolio of corporate housing in Louisiana ensures quality accommodation for every stay: from studio apartments for short, solo stays, to three-bedroom corporate housing for family relocations.

Tips for staying in Louisiana

Things to do in Louisiana:

A popular tourist destination, the state offers a variety of entertainment to enjoy during your stay. No matter where your serviced apartment in Louisiana is located, there will be plenty to enjoy nearby. Why not check out:

New Orleans – Established in 1718, the iconic French Quarter is the oldest neighbourhood in the city. Famed for its annual Mardi Gras celebrations, the neighbourhood is also popular for its shopping, cuisine, and live jazz shows. The New Orleans Museum of Art is also a must-visit: it features over 40,000 pieces and even has its own sculpture garden.

Baton Rouge – As the capital of Louisiana, Baton Rouge has lots of culture and history to explore. The Louisiana Art & Science Museum has its own in-house planetarium as well as an Ancient Egyptian gallery featuring mummies! The LSU Museum of Art, Capitol Park Museum and Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center are also worth a visit during your stay in Louisiana corporate housing.

Transport in Louisiana:

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LaDOTD) oversees transportation in the state. This includes:

Air Travel – Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is the busiest in the state and even has a ‘Jazz Garden’ with live music to welcome visitors to the city. Other airports include Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport, Shreveport Regional Airport and Lafayette Regional Airport.

Amtrak Services – Louisiana’s 6 Amtrak stations cover the City of New Orleans, Crescent, and Sunset Limited lines and make up journeys to Chicago, New York City and Los Angeles. Don’t just make the most of Louisiana during your business trip, exploring elsewhere in the US is made easy.

Road Travel – A non-Louisiana license is valid for tourists visiting the state for less than 90 days, so make the most of this benefit if you prefer to drive. Alternatively, private-hire transport - such as Uber, Lyft, and traditional taxi services – is also available in the city.

Things to know when visiting Louisiana:

Crawfish Capital of the World – If you’re a seafood lover you’re in the right place as over 90% of the crawfish produced for consumption in the US is done so in Louisiana. Crawfish season starts in late February and ends in early June, and many Crawfish Festivals are held throughout the season.

Live Music – The city of New Orleans is known as the birthplace of jazz music and over 1,100 concerts are held in the city each year. Blues music also rose to prominence in the late 19th century in the state, with the richly cultural and emblematic ‘Louisiana Blues’ becoming a music genre in its own right. Be sure to check out an iconic concert during your stay.

Wetlands – A large portion of the Louisiana landscape is comprised of wetlands and lots of plants and animals reside in these swamps. Alligators, turtles, snakes, fish and birds can all be found in Atchafalaya Basin, the largest wetland in the US, and most spots even offer tours to explore this wildlife.

Why choose a serviced apartment in Louisiana with SilverDoor?

Louisiana corporate housing provides professionals with the ultimate base to call home during their business trip. With separate areas for lounging, resting, cooking, and working, corporate serviced apartments in Louisiana prioritise comfort and freedom during your stay.

Not only are serviced apartments free from any of the restrictive office hours typically imposed by hotels, but guests can still benefit from hotel-like facilities such as housekeeping and on-site amenities such as conference centres and gyms.

Why choose SilverDoor Apartments?

SilverDoor prides itself on providing exceptional customer service that ensures clients are supported throughout the entire process from booking to check-out – our 4.9-star Trustpilot rating is proof. Planning your stay in corporate housing in Louisiana would be improved by our:

  • Customer-focused approach – As companies move to exclusively online platforms, SilverDoor remains dedicated to our people-focused approach. Customers can always reach out directly for support from any of our global, multi-lingual offices, and our teams pride themselves on the friendly and quick responses they give to clients.
  • Decades in industry – We’ve spent our time in industry perfecting our market knowledge, adding quality properties to our portfolio, and building unrivalled connections with property partners. We only source the best properties at the best rates for both our longstanding and new clients.
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