LaSalle Bed and Breakfast Inn with House Spa
517 West Washington Boulevard
Fort Wayne, IN, 46802, USA
Toll Free: 877-422-0851 Local: 260-422-0851
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LaSalle Bed & Breakfast with House Spa & Paris Studio

Enjoy your stay at Fort Wayne’s only downtown bed and breakfast inn. Choose from top-value at the Thomas Snook house or stay at our sister property, the Sion Bass House Spa, where luxury and relaxation surround you. Both offering historic elegance downtown. Choose economy amid the LaSalle’s European décor, where you’ll also find many wonderful pieces of art and items we have collected over the years. Or opt for the finest amenities of any downtown hotel when you stay at the 1842 built Sion Bass House—a stand-alone historically protected building, home to Fort Wayne’s most celebrated Civil War hero. We welcome business travelers, genealogy researchers, groups, the casual traveler, and guests come from all over the world. So you never know who you might have breakfast with! For one night, a weekend or extended stays, we are dedicated to providing more than you expect... before you expect it. Or maybe stay in our Paris Studio in Montparnasse District for $700 a week!

The LaSalle Bed & Breakfast Recalls the Explorer who in 1680 Founded the First European Settlement in What Is Now Fort Wayne

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René-Robert Cavalier, Sieur de La Salle (1643-1687)

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The tradition of the Indians, which is undoubtably true, is that one of the missionaries from St. Joseph came to Kekionga [now Fort Wayne] about four years before La Salle came in 1680.

In one local history already published, it is stated that La Salle was at Kekionga in 1680, and at that time caused a small stockade fort to be built here.

From "An Illustrated History of the State of Indiana" by De Witt Clinton Goodrich, Charles Richard Tuttle - Published by R.S. Peale & Company, 1875