This 21-story modern hotel in the heart of the downtown business district leaves no stone unturned in providing for guests' comfort and the ultimate in business convenience. It is complete with a state-of-the-art fitness center, outdoor pool, business center, bistro, and even a ball room. Fax machines, computer data ports, voice mail and business center services are provided in addition to other enviable creature comforts. Many of the guest rooms feature park or city views. Business accommodation is available.
Although this handsome, modern building north of downtown symbolizes Jackson's increasing role in regional business, it is still the place for homey southern hospitality. It has a prime location close to shopping and numerous businesses. Business travelers can opt for the tony executive level, which offers access to posh rooms and a private lounge.
This relatively inexpensive hotel is located just off Interstate 55, close to downtown and several local universities. Clean and well maintained, it provides a comfortable night's rest in addition to some considerate perks. Free local phone calls and free newspapers each morning are just some of the nice touches. A continental breakfast also awaits guests each morning in the lobby and is also complimentary.
This moderate hotel is located conveniently close to Millsaps College and the hub of Jackson's medical community. It also offers easy access to all of downtown's attractions and business outlets. Although not one of the biggest convention hotels in town, it does have adequate meeting facilities for classes and receptions, as well as banquet capabilities. Plus, you get heaps of southern hospitality. A private executive floor is also available.
Although billed as the "hotel designed for business travelers," the sizable rooms and comfortable extras at this Courtyard by Marriott make for a nice stay for business and pleasure travelers alike. Situated off Interstate 55 (Exit 103), this location is convenient to many area attractions and offers the comforts of a private pool, a respectable restaurant and a cozy lobby bar.
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.
If you do not need to be in the center
of town, this hotel is a great option. Pleasant and complete but not too pricey, Parkside Inn is a good compromise for budget minded folks who like to be ...
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 ...
Founded in 1890 by the United Methodist Church, Millsaps College
exists today as a coeducational liberal arts school with a strong focus on faith. The pleasant 100 acre campus near downtown Jackson is a frequent host to lectures, art ...