Saturday, December 31, 2005

List the most tolerable hotels and room & board situations in the Shreveport-Bossier area


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Would you mind offering your advice on where to stash supernumerary relatives and friends? Regional hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, boarding houses; where have you had a good experience? The better writers can describe the positive stuff. But I will be happy with your simple listing of places you think are adequate.

Cautionary notes are welcome, too.

And if you send a photo I will be hunca-munca.

5 comments:

Noma said...

It could've changed since we moved here, but our first taste of Shreveport was at the Holiday Inn Downtown. They were nice, the rooms were comfy and clean and the breakfast was good. Nothing fancy, but certainly more than adequate. Additionally, they were helpful in giving us directions, etc, so we could find a place to live.

My mom-in-law always stays at The Horseshoe. Very nice rooms.

trudeau said...

Thanks, Noma.

Thimbelle said...

We are frequent visitors to the area (our daughter is a patient at the Shriners Hospital at Kings Hwy & Samford) and we have had good luck with the Microtel in Bossier City, and we have also enjoyed the new-ish Holiday Inn Express out on I-20 in Shreveport. Both locations had nice, clean, safe rooms (interior corridors) and friendly staff. Rates were good, too. Although we have not yet tried it, we have heard good things about the Jameson out on I-20 also.

Hope this is helpful!

T. :)

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