Extraordinary Places to Stay
Mississippi is a unique state with its fair share of unique places to stay—each offering it own twist on the Mississippi Experience.
Tallahatchie Flats in Greenwood— is a collection of authentic shotgun houses complete with no amenities whatsoever. Pure Southern Charm.
If you desire a less authentic Delta experience, perhaps a stay at the Alluvian in Greenwood would be more your style? This truly cosmopolitan boutique hotel features custom furnishings, plush bed and bath linens and framed artwork by Mississippi artists—in addition to a Viking Cooking School and a five-star restaurant in the form of Giardina’s, one of the Mississippi Delta’s most historic restaurants, founded in 1936.
A visit to the capital city of Jackson demands a room at the newly renovated King Edward Hotel erected in 1923, especially if you’re traveling by train, as it’s right across the street from Jackson’s historic (and also newly renovated) train station. Just up Capitol Street, you’ll also find an excellent option in the Old Capitol Inn, Jackson’s only designer boutique hotel, situated near the famed Old Capitol Museum.
There’s a unique kind of Mississippi lodging for every mood and style, from quaint bed & breakfasts to top-quality hotels.