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The Old Capitol Inn is Jackson, MS only designer boutique hotel. With 24 suites, each representing different people, places and things in Mississippi, the Inn is ideally situated downtown, minutes from the area's museums, University's, shopping, reataurants and nightclubs and State...
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Right on the main street In Jackson, MS. in the historic district. The security gated parking lot had plenty of parking and was easy in and out. The staff at the registration desk were very friendly and genuinely happy to have us there.
I had the pleasure of spending the night at this property while on business in Jackson. I arrived late to a VERY secure parking area and was warmly welcomed by the front desk agent. The room was spotless, spacious and well appointed. Since I work...More
All Hotel employees were great. Only problem was parking when we arrived. There was a wedding at Hotel and the guest were parking in the Hotel customer parking. Had to wait until the wedding was over to park in hotel parking lot (arrived at 6pm...More
My boyfriend and I did not have a good experience at this property. The woman who checked us in was rude to me but very nice to my boyfriend (very odd). We stayed in one of the suites and our main reason for doing so...More
We stayed here on a Sunday night, and found that we were the only people in the hotel.
Our room was very spacious, clean, and had everything that we needed. Staff were very friendly, and approachable. The lady on reception recommended a restaurant for us,...More
Response from Huldah906 | Reviewed this property |
It's only about a 15 minute walk. Most of the route is pedestrian-friendly, and some parts are quite pretty. But walk it only in daylight. Before your trip, definitely contact the Capitol Inn staff to get better information... More
It's only about a 15 minute walk. Most of the route is pedestrian-friendly, and some parts are quite pretty. But walk it only in daylight. Before your trip, definitely contact the Capitol Inn staff to get better information. They may suggest a taxi.