Marksville Hotels

Rich history, unique community events, and a renowned casino define the city of Marksville Louisiana. Marksville hotels offer a convenient way to explore a small yet interesting city, situated north of Lafayette and less than two hours southwest of Natchez, Mississippi. A well-rounded choice of hotels in Marksville makes it easy for visitors to choose accommodations suited to specific tastes. Marksville lodging ranges from guest suites in a sprawling casino to quaint bed and breakfasts where personalized Cajun hospitality is a welcome bonus.

The Bailey Hotel is the most notable of all historical hotels in Marksville. Genuine Cajun warmth is coupled with turn-of-the-century traits evident throughout the property. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Bailey Hotel has been impressing visitors since 1907 when it was first built. Anyone choosing Marksville lodging at The Bailey will relish in suites furnished with beautiful antiques that illustrate traditional southern charm mixed with plenty of modern comforts. Dining at The Magnolia Room presents a wide array of Cajun-style meals while onsite evening entertainment at the hotel lounge features Avoyelles Parish Music and a variety of jazz.

The Paragon Casino Resort (pictured) is often the top choice with visitors looking for Marksville hotels. Accommodations in Marksville Louisiana are typically quite nice, but the Paragon takes it up a few notches with spa services, live entertainment, off track betting, and a famous casino. The casino is the main focal point of the resort where poker, table games, slots, and a popular players club are offered. Additional resort amenities include an arcade, a cinema, shopping, golfing, and a fitness center. Five restaurants provide guests with an excellent selection over five distinct and flavorful menus. At the Paragon, Marksville lodging includes atrium, deluxe, and executive suites all available through a variety of affordable vacation packages.

In addition to the hotels in Marksville, the city also boasts a few bed and breakfasts full of character and history. Maisonette Dupuy is bright, airy, and full of comforts, conveniences, friendly hosts all tucked into a great location in downtown Marksville. This century-old home hosts guests and caters to special events and banquets. Only two bedrooms are available to choose between so be sure to make reservations in advance. Each room features a private bath, wood-burning fireplace, rich antique wood furniture, and plush rugs coupled with modern amenities like an internet connection and a television. For a special getaway, or just because, Maisonette Dupuy is a wonderful alternative to traditional Marksville hotels.

Marksville warrants exploration with its many things to do and see that will easily fill a few days during your vacation. Marksville State Historic Site explores the city's past and first Native American settlers. Fort De Russy exhibits an important stronghold from the Civil War days. Outdoor enthusiasts can get their fill at the Spring Bayou Wildlife Management Area where fishing, boating and hunting are the main attractions while great Louisiana golfing is available at Tamahka Trails Golf Course.

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