Coleman Partners Architects
Portfolio / Hospitality
Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center
The original Historic Heidelberg and Capitol House Hotels were restored in Downtown Baton Rouge. Constructed around 1920, the Heidelberg served as Headquarters for many of Louisiana Governor Huey Long’s historic “deal making” meetings. The Capitol House was added to the complex in the 1950s. The renovation combines both hotels and bears the Hilton Flag. The hotel contains 293 guestrooms, including 2 suites. Other amenities of the hotel include, but are not limited too, a concierge level, scenic pool deck overlooking the Mississippi River, main and junior ballrooms, meeting space overlooking the river, restaurant, spa, business center and fitness center. Construction began in late 2004 and was completed in 2006. The building has been renovated to its original Interior and Exterior design and is receiving state and federal Historic Tax Credits.

Since its opening, the Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center continues to be one of the highest performing Hilton Hotels for customer satisfaction.