Louisiana’s hotels and lodging range from glorious casinos and full service resorts to luxury hotels, quaint B&Bs and scenic cabins. Whether it’s a city hotel or a state park cabin, Louisiana’s accommodations provide a diverse variety of places to stay. And, you will find plenty of great entertainment and dining options wherever you stay.
Leonville, a town settled by free people of color living on the beautiful Bayou Teche, was named after the Catholic priest who built the settlement's first church in 1898. The city remains a destination for the devout; the grotto at St. Leo's Catholic Church in the center of town is a local visitor attraction. Leonville is located on the outskirts of Opelousas, which means that its Cajun roots run deep. Outdoors enthusiasts take note: the 50-mile Opelousas Loop of the Louisiana bike trail network runs through Leonville, as does the kayaker- and canoeist-friendly 135-mile-long Bayou Teche National Water Trail.