My husband and I recently stayed at Magnolia Bluff Hotel in Natchez,Ms. We checked in on a Friday and checked out Saturday. The room we stayed in was on the second floor(room 217). When I tell you that when we first walked in, you could smell the cleanliness of the room. This room was cleaned to perfection. Kudos to whichever housekeeper cleaned this room. The bed was perfectly made with thick, crisp sheets and there was not a speck of anything on the floors. Whoever the housekeeper is that cleaned the room needs to be recognized for doing such a fantastic job. Upon checking out Saturday, we met the most wonderful housekeeper whose name was Lashonda. Omg she was such a gem. She greeted up with a hello and good morning. She asked if we enjoyed our stay and preceeded to tell us to have a good day and welcomed us back to stay. This young lady was very courteous and very friendly. Unlike Friday when when checked in, there was this guy pushing a cart and he just seemed so unfriendly. You wouldn't think that he worked there judging from his appearance. He was wearing a black jacket with a hood on his head while working. To me, thats very unprofessional. There was no interaction between him nor us as guests. He could have been a little more friendlier. But other than that, our stay was very pleasant. The selling point for me was the little gem I previously mentioned. Our little caring housekeeper. Only downfall was there were breakfast bags instead of hot breakfast. They could serve breakfast in to go containers.
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