I was attending a three day conference in Lafayette and stayed at the Drury. The staff, especially Theresa, was the most friendly and accommodating of any hotel I've stayed at in a long time. Theresa was so welcoming and friendly and very efficient. Check in was a breeze. The breakfast they provide their guests was awesome. A complete hot breakfast including eggs, bacon, sausage, bisquits, gravy, make your own waffles, cold cereal and pastries. In the evening they provide a drinks and tapas get together. They are all about hospitality at this hotel. Rooms are spacious and come equipped with a microwave and fridge. Great place!
Traveller from Ft. Worth, TX
Located in the heart of Lafayette, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Moore Park, Cathedral of St John, and Alexandre Mouton …More
This is the second time I have stayed there for 4 nights. My room did not get cleaned when I requested it be made up every other day by putting the make up room sign on the door at 9:30 a.m. and one time at 10:00 a.m. The reason I found out was: The head housekeeper makes the rounds on each floor at 7:30 am. If you have a Do Not Disturb Sign out at that time, you do not get on the list to have your room cleaned. She does not make a second go around. I put the Do not Disturb sign out when I go to bed as one time at a hotel, I had housekeeping wake me up about 8:00 am. to clean the room.
Also one leg was missing off the refrigerator and it caused the door to hit the floor making it hard to open. There was a puddle of water on the carpet from the refrigerator. I think it needs replaced. I put a piece of paper under the leg ot keep it level. I requested a towel to put on the floor to try and dry it up. Upon check in. we had only a few Kleenex in the box and only a partial roll of toilet paper.
Traveller from Seattle
Located in the heart of Lafayette, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Vermilionville …More
Abbeville is the parish seat of Vermillion, nicknamed “the most Cajun place on earth.” Modeled after a traditional French village, downtown is home to the 100-year-old St. Mary Magdalen Church and Magdalen Square, where each November 5,000-plus eggs are cooked up for the Giant Omelet Festival. Vermillion River runs through town providing plenty of oysters for the local restaurants and oyster bars.