Vacation Rentals in Baton Rouge

Vacation Rentals in Baton Rouge

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Highlights Baton Rouge

  • Historical attractions
  • Cajun cooking
  • Excellent museums
  • Vibrant festivals
  • Sporting events
  • Music venues

Most popular in Baton Rouge

Pool 2
Internet 5
Pets allowed 2
TV 5
Air conditioning 5
Garden 3

Prices and availability

Prices

October
November
December
January
February
$540
Sep 18 - Sep 25
$164 per night
Sep 25 - Oct 02
$160 per night
Oct 02 - Oct 09
$178 per night
Oct 09 - Oct 16
$202 per night
Oct 16 - Oct 23
$239 per night
Oct 23 - Oct 30
$231 per night
Oct 30 - Nov 06
$208 per night
Nov 06 - Nov 13
$0 per night
Nov 13 - Nov 20
$216 per night
Nov 20 - Nov 27
$202 per night
Nov 27 - Dec 04
$216 per night
Dec 04 - Dec 11
$0 per night
Dec 11 - Dec 18
$224 per night
Dec 18 - Dec 25
$238 per night
Dec 25 - Jan 01
$256 per night
Jan 01 - Jan 08
$0 per night
Jan 08 - Jan 15
$540 per night
Jan 15 - Jan 22
$0 per night
Jan 22 - Jan 29
$0 per night
Jan 29 - Feb 05
$450 per night
Feb 05 - Feb 12
$158 per night
Feb 12 - Feb 19
$0 per night
Feb 19 - Feb 26
$230 per night
Feb 26 - Mar 05
$151 per night
Average price per week

Availabilities

October
November
December
January
February
33 %
Sep 18 - Sep 25
11 %
Sep 25 - Oct 02
11 %
Oct 02 - Oct 09
33 %
Oct 09 - Oct 16
22 %
Oct 16 - Oct 23
22 %
Oct 23 - Oct 30
33 %
Oct 30 - Nov 06
22 %
Nov 06 - Nov 13
22 %
Nov 13 - Nov 20
22 %
Nov 20 - Nov 27
22 %
Nov 27 - Dec 04
22 %
Dec 04 - Dec 11
22 %
Dec 11 - Dec 18
33 %
Dec 18 - Dec 25
33 %
Dec 25 - Jan 01
33 %
Jan 01 - Jan 08
33 %
Jan 08 - Jan 15
33 %
Jan 15 - Jan 22
33 %
Jan 22 - Jan 29
33 %
Jan 29 - Feb 05
33 %
Feb 05 - Feb 12
33 %
Feb 12 - Feb 19
33 %
Feb 19 - Feb 26
22 %
Feb 26 - Mar 05
33 %
Percentage of available rentals

Baton Rouge Vacation Rentals

Stay in a Period Rental Home in Historic Baton Rouge

Louisiana’s capital city is full of atmospheric historical rental properties that will be magical places for you and your family to stay. At Holidu you’ll find huge suburban homes with 19th century facades and wrought iron balconies, along with modern amenities like pools, carports and basement bars. Choose one in upmarket areas like St George and enjoy the city in style.

Pick a Modern Apartment in Downtown Baton Rouge

If you want to be near downtown shopping precincts and tourist attractions, you could also have a look at vacation rentals on a smaller scale. Baton Rouge offers plenty of choice for people seeking compact apartments, with condo complexes and converted town houses to choose from. Be close to sporting venues and parks, or pick somewhere close to transport links and make everything easy during your stay.

Vacationing in Baton Rouge

One of America’s Great Historic Cities

Baton Rouge (literally “red stick” in English) is Louisiana’s capital city, one of the great seafood cities in the world, and a fascinating musical, artistic and sporting destination. Oozing atmosphere and always welcoming for visitors, it’s a city that can make anyone smile.

Getting there isn’t hard. There are daily flights into Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport from Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston, as well as even more flight connections to New Orleans, which is just 80 miles to the south-east.

Driving to Baton Rouge is another great option. I-10 runs east-west through the city, linking it to Florida and Texas, and I-55 connects Louisiana to northern cities. Greyhound runs plenty of buses into the center of town, and you can catch Amtrak services from Chicago to New Orleans as well.

Horace Wilkinson Bridge
Horace Wilkinson Bridge

Activities

A Famous Musical Destination

Baton Rouge is a magical place for music lovers, with soul, zydeco and blues music all key parts of the city’s musical heritage. Catch live music or attend major festivals in one of America’s musical hotspots.

Paradise for Cajun Food Fans

Cajun food take pride of place in Baton Rouge, which is also known as the “Crawfish Capital of the World.” Attend a crawfish boil or explore the citys endless array of Cajun restaurants while you’re there.

A Spellbinding Destination for History Lovers

Its French and Spanish roots make Baton Rouge unique, and there are plenty of historical attractions to enjoy, from the Gothic State Capitol to romantic plantation houses in the countryside around the city.

Downtown Baton Rouge
Downtown Baton Rouge

Top 5 things to do in Baton Rouge

1. Take a Plantation Tour

Learn about antebellum life and enjoy a feast of beautiful artworks, gardens and architecture at plantations in the Baton Rouge area like Magnolia Mound, Oak Alley or the Laura Plantation.

2. Visit the City’s Many Museums

From the Louisiana Arts and Science Museum and the LSU Rural Life Museum to the Museum of Art, you can easily spend a day wandering around the city’s educational attractions.

3. Watch the LSU Tigers Play College Football

The Tigers are LSU’s pride and joy. Watch them take the field at the 100,000 capacity Tiger Stadium, and do battle in the SEC Western division or head to the Pete Maravich Assembly Center to see their basketball team compete in NCAA Division 1.

4. Remember the Fallen at USS Kidd

The USS Kidd is a WW2-era destroyer which is open to the public and is a vivid memorial to those who died at Pearl Harbor (as well as being a fascinating naval exhibit).

5. Take a Baton Rouge Food Tour

To really enjoy the Red Stick’s food scene, take a tour to the best crawfish joints, find the finest gumbo, the most filling Po’ Boy sandwich and mouth-watering freshly baked beignets.

At 450 feet tall, Louisiana’s State Capitol is the tallest in America.

Useful Information

When to visit

If you are planning to stay in a vacation home in Baton Rouge, the best time to go depends on what you want to see and do. Spring is an excellent time to go, with the chance to attend Mardi Gras and the crawfish season in full swing. But fall is just as attractive, with warm daytime weather and nice cool evenings. Summer draws a crowd, but the humidity and heat can be a bit much for some visitors.

Events

It’s probably best to organize your trip around the events you’d like to attend. For example, if you are a football fan and you want to watch the Tigers, head down to Baton Rouge in the fall. If food’s your thing be there in May for the Crawfish King Cook-Off – the world’s number one competitive crawfish cooking event.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Baton Rouge

How much do the vacation rentals in Baton Rouge cost on average?

The COVID-19 pandemic heavily impacted travel in 2020. Last year, rentals in Baton Rouge had an annual average price of around $257.85 per night.

Which months allow you to save the most on vacation rentals?

If you want to save as much as possible during your vacation to Baton Rouge, travel in May ($212.75 per night on average), December ($229.34), or April ($232.61), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Baton Rouge?

When it comes to booking a vacation rental in Baton Rouge, the highest prices are found in the month of October (with an average of $298.68 per night), followed by November ($289.57), and August ($271.76).

Do I need to plan a trip to Baton Rouge well in advance?

It is better to book sooner than later in Baton Rouge as only 41% of the properties remain available throughout the year, according to our 2020 data.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

The months when it's the easiest to find available accommodation in Baton Rouge are April (the average amount of properties that are free reached 62.25% of the total in 2020), May (54%), and June (47.25%).

When are fewer rentals available in Baton Rouge?

The month with the highest average booked rental figures is October (only 25.2% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by November (26%), and September (28.25%).

How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Baton Rouge?

Holidu has 50 vacation rentals in Baton Rouge, provided by 4 different partners.

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