The Hotel Cazan is located right in the heart of Mamou, Louisiana - the Cajun Music Capitol of the World. From our door, we're just steps away from the world-famous Fred's Lounge, where Cajun and Zydeco greats from all over come to play.
Cajun music not your thing? We're also right in the heart of Mamou's Entertainment Zone, featuring an entire block of bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues. There's a little something for everyone.
Each month, Cazan's Crimefighters present a weekend of true crime. We tackle missing persons cases, unsolved homicides, and issues of criminal justice with experts in law enforcement, investigation, criminology, and more.
People describe these conferences as "The Investigative Discovery Channel" sprung to life. Real cases, real people, real leads. No cost to attend.
"...Very informative and exceptional speakers." -Catalene Billodeau Theriot
We have a well-deserved reputation of excellence in providing beautiful, clean, and comfortable rooms. We go the extra mile to ensure that each room is sanitized after each guest, using a unique, thorough, and even high-tech cleaning process.
We also now have Free WiFi , Netflix, ample free parking, and big flat screen T.V.'s in all of the rooms.
"...we didn't want to leave Mamou because of the royal treatment we received from the locals and Hotel Cazan with its clean rooms, comfy beds, good hot showers, funky decor and vibe, delicious hot coffee in the mornings, and folks who treat you better than family." -K.D.
The Hotel Cazan is a historic boutique hotel located right in the heart of Louisiana's Cajun Country. Our quirky, unique style is centered around traditional southern hospitality and offering our guests royal comfort. Whether you're in town for one of our True Crime Cold Case Conferences, exploring the beauty of Acadiana, or a fan of Cajun music and culture, we're right in the center of where you want to be.
"...Perfect location for the bars and some great food places! Quiet, clean and EXTREMELY friendly and helpful. Will be back!" -Expedia Review