“Gorgeous views, local charm”
History and hospitality go hand in hand in Natchez - recently named one of the "100 Must-See Destinations" by Life magazine. Gorgeous views, local charm and sites also earned Natchez a listing in the New York Times best-seller, 1000 Places to See before You Die. The book features Natchez's great bike and walking trails, unique restaurants and over the top architecture. Natchez was also recognized as the Best Small City for a Weekend by AAA Southern Traveler Magazine. For almost 300 years, this quaint, southern city has captivated national and international visitors alike with its charm & grace. Situated on the banks of the Mississippi River, Natchez offers something for every one-from astounding antebellum homes and hypnotic history to exciting annual events, great golf and sophisticated shopping. A great weekend getaway, Natchez is located just 70 miles from Alexandria, 90 miles from Baton Rouge, 115 miles from Jackson, 172 miles from New Orleans, and 325 miles from Memphis, TN.
Welcoming, clean and comfortable. We walked all around Natchez from this central location, taking in the history and beauty of this unique community. We look forward to our next stay at the Natchez Grand.
This was a beautiful hotel to stay in. I'm so glad we chose this instead of one of the chain hotels in Natchez! Our room was lovely, comfortable and clean. Everyone at the Grand was so helpful and gracious with advise on where to eat and what to see. The breakfast that was provided seemed to have much more variety on the weekend mornings and was a little sparse on Monday morning. The carpet in the hallway outside our room had a huge wrinkle that I tripped on more than once and when I brought it to the attention of the desk clerk they acted as though they had no idea that it was there and would have it looked at right away. Other than that little bit of BS, I would highly recommend this hotel.
Great location, on a bluff with a beautiful view of the Mississippi River. The hotel is just two minutes walk from the casino and a couple miles from Natchez National Historic Park. There's wifi and some suites have balconies and whirlpool tubs. There's also an outdoor pool and a free hot breakfast.
Chambre sur la rivière du Mississippi ou Missipi comme ils disent ici
Up grade dans une suite
Chambre très grande et propre et un calme absolu
Proche commerces restaurant
Parking devant l'hôtel
Avec petit déjeuner
The hotel is decent but starting to get a bit dated. It seemed pretty clean except I wonder when I see leftover hangers in the closet with someone's dry cleaning receipt attached, the counter in the bathroom is covered in hairspray that easily wipes off with a wet towel and water... The front desk clerk complains that the maintenance man is drinking in the job etc. we hit a river view room but the windows were so dirty it didn't matter. Plus there's an $8.95 resort deeper person but no real resort type amenities. :/
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