Perhaps some of the biggest draws to Pineville are the nearby nature preserves of Camp Beauregard Wildlife Management Area and Dewey Wills Wildlife Management. Dewey Hills is mainly swamp but allows activities that appeal to just about everyone who enjoys outdoor sports and recreation. Pineville hosts regular events that include sampling local cuisine from restaurants and food trucks, shopping in the unique stores that call Pineville home, not to mention local bands playing live music and artists putting out their wares for sale at regular downtown festivals. There are a lot of fun things to do in Pineville!
When to Visit Pineville, LA
Pineville is described as having a humid subtropical climate which means it's warm and muggy throughout most of the year. The average high between June and September is around 90 degrees Fahrenheit while the lows are in the low 70s. The only time it really cools off is in January when the highs reach 60 degrees. If you're going to visit the area, you might want to give it a pass during the summertime and stop through during the spring or fall for moderate temps. Not a lot of rain falls in Pineville, with the average month seeing about 5 inches of precipitation. This means you're almost guaranteed to have perfect weather during your visit.
Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Pineville, LA:
Pineville, LA: Prices by Star Rating Class
Below are 3 charts illustrating avg. nightly cost trends by star rating class in Pineville, LA. Browse these charts to calculate the most cost effective seasons to stay in Pineville for your upcoming travels.
Luxury Hotel Options in Pineville, LA
4 Star Average Prices: $83.00
Don't let the location of the Candlewood Suites Alexandria fool you. It's only a couple of miles away from Pineville, so you can relax and rest in a luxury hotel and still easily get into town to do your activities. This hotel is also near the Kent Plantation House and Alexandria Zoological Park. Room amenities include kitchenettes that have full-sized refrigerators, stovetops, and cookware. There's a 42-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels for your entertainment. Free WiFi and free weekday newspapers are offered as well. The hotel offers a discounted pass to a nearby fitness facility, so you can keep up with your exercise routine while away from home.
Another modern luxury property is the Home2 Suites by Hilton Alexandria. Also, just outside of Pineville, this all-suite hotel offers the latest in amenities and features a comfortable yet contemporary design style in the rooms. All rooms feature a kitchenette that comes with a refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave oven, cookware, coffeemaker, and toaster. Guests can check out an induction burner cooktop from the front desk for free. Two HDTV flat-screen TVs come equipped with cable channels for entertainment. There's also free WiFi and wireless printing. Suites come furnished with a queen-sized sofa bed, a work desk with an ergonomic chair, and a dining table with chairs. The beds use branded mattresses and are finished with high-quality linens for the ultimate in comfort.
Affordable Hotel Options in Pineville, LA
3 Star Average Prices: $99.51
The Sleep Inn & Suites, a Pineville Hotel, is a contemporary hotel that's nicely located near the Alexandria Museum of Art, Frogmore Cotton Plantation and Gins, and Alexandria International Airport. The hotel is full of modern conveniences that include a business center with newer equipment for printing, faxing, and copying as well as a fitness center. Rooms come equipped with a refrigerator, microwave, hairdryer, and flat-screen TV with cable channels. The Sleep Inn & Suites features the signature Designed to Dream experience that gives you the best possible sleep in a comfortable and welcoming environment. And if you want to up the ante on your stay, you can get a room with a whirlpool tub. There's also a free daily newspaper, free coffee in the lobby, and free WiFi for guests.
Another hotel that offers affordability with comfort is the Holiday Inn Express Pineville Alexandria Area located near the Kisatchie National Forest. The rooms come with comforts and conveniences that include black-out shades, so daylight won't disturb your sleep, an iron and ironing board, mini-refrigerator and microwave, coffee maker, work desk with lamp, flat-screen TV with premium channels, and a direct-dial phone with voicemail. There's also a free hot breakfast buffet and free coffee in the lobby.