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Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center

201 Lafayette Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70801, USA TEL: +1-225-344-5866 FAX: 1-225-906-0595
Hotel Information
Check-in:
3:00 pm
Check-out:
12:00 pm
Smoking:
Non-Smoking
100% non-smoking.
Parking:
Self parking: Not Available
Valet: $16.00 (Valet Parking)
Pets:
Service animals allowed: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes
Deposit: $50.00
(Non-Refundable)
Maximum Weight: 75 lbs
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Hotel Details

Step into the Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center hotel, where current amenities combine with a colorful past. This hotel in Baton Rouge, LA brings together the former Heidelberg Hotel,  built in 1927, and the Capitol House. Famous figures such as John F. Kennedy, Will Rogers, Fidel Castro and Huey P. Long stayed at the Heidelberg.

The Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center is located on the banks of the Mississippi in Baton Rouge, LA and offers modern convenience. Enjoy complimentary shuttle service within five miles of the hotel and complimentary high-speed internet access in guest rooms. Stay in a suite or an executive room for a complimentary breakfast and evening drinks and snacks in the Executive Lounge. Take advantage of the business center's services.

Dine on fresh seafood and Cajun-style specialties at our Baton Rouge restaurant, The Kingfish Grill. Our Baton Rouge, LA hotel provides an outdoor pool with a sundeck and fully equipped fitness center. Host a meeting or event—with the help of our events team—in one of two ballrooms or in the smaller meeting rooms.

Recall the meetings that must have been held in the Heidelberg. With its modest beginning as a napkin sketch, the hotel briefly served as the Louisiana State Capitol and earned a place on the National Register of Historic Places. Gov. Long's legend persisted after his death as some people reported seeing an apparition accompanied by a strong cigar smell in the hotel's halls.