Hammond, Louisiana — For travelers who want to get out and see how a tomato is grown and pick their own vegetables, a visit to Hammond could be just the way to spend a vacation during the growing season. Many farms in the area allow visitors to pick their own fruits and vegetables, getting up close and personal with what they put in their mouths.
The Colonial Inn in Hammond is the perfect hotel to use as a base camp for exploration of the area. The hotel features 45 remodeled guest rooms and prides itself on having the cleanest accommodations in the city. In addition, each room has a microwave, refrigerator, cable television with premium channels and a hair dryer. What more could guests want?
Free high-speed Internet access is available too, and there is a free continental breakfast on offer every morning.
“You’re sure to enjoy your time with us,” a hotel spokeswoman said. “We take real pride in what we offer to our guests. That’s the Louisiana way, but so many of our competitors don’t take pride in their hotels anymore. It’s a real shame.”
The hotel is also near Southeastern Louisiana University, Cajun Water World theme park, Collinswood School Museum, Kliebert’s Turtle and Alligator Tours and Zemurray Gardens.
Of course, there is plenty of Cajun food around the town too, including hometown eateries and prominent chains. Visitors can explore nearby Ponchatoula to do a bit of antiquing as well.
The hotel is also available for family reunions, wedding and other group stays and events. And booking for a group is simple.
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501 Silverside Road, Suite 105,
Wilmington, DE 19809.