This elegant hotel sits right downtown, close to the State Capitol, government offices and many city attractions. A popular choice for small conventions and business functions, the Edison Walthall is adept at "putting on the dog" for corporate clients. Browse the gift shop, get a shave and haircut or work up a good sweat, all without leaving the hotel. An enviable recreation center houses a heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi and complete weight and exercise rooms.
The Days Inn may not offer the most glamorous accommodations in town, but it is a sure bed for a quality night's sleep at a good price. Of the two Days Inn locations in Jackson, this franchise is the closer of the two to downtown and the business district. All rooms come complete with a hair dryer, iron and ironing board, clock radio and a 25-inch color television with free cable. A nice restaurant on site offers three meals per day and opens early for breakfast.
There are two Days Inn locations in Jackson: one close to downtown, and this one, which is on the southwest side. A good 10 minutes from the center of town, this standard motel sits in a busy area of restaurants and other motels, close to Jackson State University and the Methodist Medical Center. You can count on the bare essentials here, without much fanfare, but the rooms are clean and the staff is efficient.
When the State Fair comes to town, the small hotel with the big red roof can be a hard reservation to nail down. This is standard, clean, efficient, bare-bones lodging at its best and most fundamental. The staff will provide free toilet articles if you have forgotten a necessity, but do not expect too much else. In addition to being near the Fairgrounds, the Red Roof Inn is not far from most downtown attractions.
La Quinta has carved out a special niche for itself in the mid-priced hotel market, offering larger, more comfortable rooms than most competitors. With superior service and a friendly staff, these folks make it very easy for a guest to take them up on their mission-statement offer to "make yourself at home." Road warriors will appreciate the onsite motorcoach and bus parking, and for corporate guests, a small boardroom is available for quick conferences.
This mid-sized hotel is conveniently placed close to downtown attractions and is given to the nice touches that make a local place memorable. Free continental breakfast is available daily, as are complimentary copies of the USA Today newspaper. Also on the freebie list are local calls, cable television with movie channels and incoming fax service. For the business-minded, each room is fitted with a workstation, and all will enjoy the expansive fitness center and swimming pool. Large parties should inquire about group rates.
This new division of Holiday Inn was expressly designed with business travelers in mind. All rooms in this modern downtown hotel are fitted with king-sized beds for ultimate comfort. For those who work late into the night, work desks, coffee makers, refrigerators, ironing boards and hair dryers in every room make taking your work home a pleasure. All will enjoy the free deluxe continental breakfast and popcorn in the lobby, free fax service and free local calls. Kids under 18 stay free.
Located just off Interstate 55 at High Street, this expanded Hampton Inn includes a number of suites for guests who like to spread out a little. Convenient to Jackson International Airport, Millsaps College, the Trade Mart complex and the State Capitol, this is a good central location no matter what brings you to town. In addition to a large pool and complete exercise room, the Hampton Inn & Suites offers a number of free extras, including daily continental breakfast, local phone calls and several movie channels. For those traveling with kids in tow, children younger than 18 stay free in their parents' rooms.
Dating from 1907, this charming home sits on a quiet side street in one of Jackson's oldest neighborhoods. Having recently undergone a complete historic restoration, the bed-and-breakfast is replete with the kind of interesting touches that make this kind of lodging such a personal experience. Antiques and old-fashioned bathtubs that stand on hand-carved feet are among the unique amenities that greet guests at every turn. This is a great place to stay if you are looking for quiet relaxation.
Set back from the big highways a bit, the location of the Tarrymore Hotel speaks also to the attitude of the inn. Although not extravagant, the Tarrymore offers a nice step up from many of the comparably priced hotels that line the interstate exits. The friendly staff provides pleasant service and efficiency, including room service and late check-outs. A nice bonus is the restaurant, which offers fare tempting enough to attract a very loyal local patronage.
This elegant hotel sits right downtown, close to the State
Capitol, government offices and many city attractions. A popular choice for small conventions and business functions, the Edison Walthall is adept at "putting on the dog" for corporate clients. ...
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