I recently stayed here for the first time and I have no complaints. This hotel used to be another chain and about six months ago was turned into a Doubletree. It looks like the place was renovated at that time. It has a very modern look. The room I stayed in (a regular King room) was divided into a sitting area and a bed (sleeping) area. The sitting area had a desk and a small couch, with a TV on the wall. The bed area had its own TV. The desk served as a semi-divider with frosted glass panes that could slide open (look at the pictures on the website). It actually works better than one would think, and it gives you a somewhat separate sitting area to use. The desk also had "tech" updates -- lots of plugs, video and HDMI inputs (looks like you could, from the desk, hook your computer up to display on the TV in the sitting area). The room had the "standard" Hilton alarm clock (easy to use), a fridge and a microwave, coffee maker and an updated bathroom. It's located in a pretty convenient area right off the interstate (lots of hotels in the area). I asked for a room facing away from the interstate and did not hear any noise at all. I did not try the restaurant. The service at the front desk was prompt and pleasant. All in all, it probably is one of the better options for a hotel if you need to stay at that exit of the I-10 in Baton Rouge.