Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Natchitoches, Fairfield Inn & Suites Natchitoches is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Fairfield Inn & Suites Natchitoches makes it easy to enjoy the best of Natchitoches.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Fairfield Inn & Suites Natchitoches features a 24 hour front desk, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Fairfield Inn & Suites Natchitoches, free parking is available.
If you're looking for a place to eat, French Market Express (0.2 mi), El Patio (0.7 mi), and Huddle House (0.5 mi) are all within walking distance of Fairfield Inn & Suites Natchitoches.
Natchitoches is also known for some great history museums, including Los Adaes State Historic Site and Old Courthouse Museum, which are not too far from Fairfield Inn & Suites Natchitoches.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Fairfield Inn & Suites Natchitoches is sure to make your visit to Natchitoches one worth remembering.
I am a frequent traveler. Before the pandemic I typically spent over 50 nights per year in hotels. I have had my share of issues over the years, but nothing like what I encountered last weekend at the Fairfield Inn & Suites Natchitoches. We arrived at around 8 pm with a confirmed reservation (with email to prove it) that had been booked approximately two weeks earlier (long before weather was an issue). The woman at the desk informed us that she had no record at all of our reservation, said "I got nothing," and informed us that the hotel was fully booked due to hurricane evacuation. We showed her our confirmation information, but she still said "I got nothing, and we are totally booked." We had no choice but to leave and take our chances in the rain. Because of the storm there were no other hotels available anywhere within 150 miles. I have arrived at an overbook hotel before. The hotel apologized profusely, found alternative accommodations, and compensated me for my trouble. I have never had my reservation vanish or had a clerk shrug and say "I got nothing." The only reasonable explanation is that hotel management took a look at the bookings for the night and purged the system of our reservation because we had booked in advance and had a lower price than they could get from someone else fleeing the hurricane. I have taken up the matter with Marriott corporate.…
From the minute we walked in, it was very welcoming. The room is smaller than some but well appointed, great mattress pillows and bedding. Recommendation for Peggy’s Homemade Pizza was spot on and the food was delicious. The hotel breakfast was very good, sausage and biscuit, fruit, muffins, grits and oatmeal and oranges and more. Quiet restful stay. We will return.
I don't think I have ever come across a less professional establishment. I was trapped here due to inclement weather. There was a lot of small things I came across that I could look past, i.e. being told the there was nothing they could do regarding the internet/wifi being down while standing in front of a lobby computer with internet. I think they forgot to register me for WiFi when i checked in, but it would be nice if they would have just checked instead of that kind of somewhat abrasive pushback. To be fair the night check-in person and most of the staff was honestly very pleasant. I had been staying there when the weather was poor, and the power and water went out around 2:00pm, 2 hours after checkout. I left, as I had work that was dependent on internet to complete, and attempted to call back immediately after leaving, and for the next 4 days, but the phone system was down. In short, when I was finally able to reach them, 5 days after the fact, they refused to refund me the day where they were out of power and water for 22/24 hours while it was about 30 degrees out, making the place uninhabitable. My argument with the manager revealed someone with possibly a room temperature IQ. I actually felt bad at the end because she legitimately appeared to have some comprehension issues. When I brought up the fact they don't have a messaging system that would have enabled me to leave a message that I had left, the manager replied with something along the lines of "Well YOU figure out how to setup messaging for 70 rooms!" She then hung up. I'm not joking. I feel bad for the people that work under her. I called corporate and given points that would more than make up for what I paid, which I think speaks to the otherwise great brand this establishment besmirches.…
We needed a good place to stay near our route in the Natchitoches, LA area and the Fairfield Inn was just off the highway, so we made a reservation there. Even during Covid the hotel was fully booked, by the time we arrived, with participants in a cross-country event. Christine Conway at the desk made sure we had a comfortable room in a quieter area of the hotel and she gave us excellent suggestions for dinner and places we might be interested in seeing while we were in the area. The hotel was really clean and comfortble. Thanks to Christine for making our stay so pleasant.
Booked a stay for 07/31-08/01 and when checking out this morning the front desk clerk confronted me to “let me know” she had to move a customer and refund their money because my kids were loud. I asked her the time and she said after midnight, my kids were asleep before midnight, around 10:30PM to be exact! I left and took my kids to play around 6:00 and we arrived back about 10:10 so they would be tired and sleep well. The thing that irritates me the most was because if at midnight my kids were loud then the person working the desk could have knocked on my door, or called my room and said hey we got a complaint because if my kids were supposedly awake then I would be awake too. To me it sounds like someone found the opportunity to get a free night and took advantage. But you should not wait until the next morning to bring up the issue that I can’t defend myself properly about or change! It was displeasing and embarrassing to have someone speak to me in that manner in front of my children. I won’t be back! …