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2111 NW Evangeline Thruway, Lafayette, LA, US, 70501

  • Phone: (337) 261-5111
  • Fax: (337) 261-5141
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3.5 out of 5 (47 reviews)
66% of guests recommend this hotel

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»Lafayette

Lafayette is not only a city in the state of Louisiana, but also the parish seat of Lafayette Parish. Lafayette was founded in 1821 as Vermilionville, which later got changed to Lafayette for political reasons. This city is known for its educational and health care system, and is considered as one of the best where the aforementioned is concerned. The city is famous for manufacturing and fabrication businesses. There are various cultural centers around the city that ensure a healthy dose of plays, concerts and more entertainment for everyone. Besides, the dominant Cajun and Creole culture in the neighboring regions have contributed to the influx in the city's tourism industry. To learn more about the city do visit the city's website.

Lafayette
Lafayette, LA

»Episcopal Church of the Ascension

The Episcopal Church of the Ascension here in Lafayette comes from an Anglican ancestry. Typical Louisiana construction, the church was designed by A. Hays Town who used to be a member of the church. Known to be one the most spectacular churches in the area, it has a bell-tower, beautiful stained-glass windows and the ceiling is fashioned like this structure was a ship. They have regular events and functions so do call for details.

1030 Johnston Street
Lafayette, LA 70503

»St. Landry Catholic Church

St. Landry Catholic Church is a historic church located in Opelousas, Louisiana. The church, built in 1908, is named after Saint Landry of Paris. The Romanesque Revival style structure was built by Owen & Diboll and includes red brick walls and multiple turrets. The church property also includes a cemetery, both of which were placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

1020 N Main Street
Opelousas, LA 70570
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