Looking for a place to stay in Jackson? Then look no further than Jackson Inn, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Jackson to your doorstep.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Jackson Inn offer air conditioning.
Guests of Jackson Inn are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for an Asian restaurant, consider a visit to Asian Buffet, which is not far from Jackson Inn.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Jackson Inn as you experience everything Jackson has to offer.
Great improvement from the last time we visited. The new owner is renovating and the rooms are clean and neat. One improvement that I really appreciated was enclosing the bathroom sink in the bathroom area. More privacy.
I last stayed here several years ago and it was ok. In the last few years, I understand it had experienced a bit of a drip in quality. This time I learned it was under new ownership that is attempting to return it to higher standards of operation. My room was nicely appointed with a rustic flavor. No complaints. Only a certain number of rooms have been remodeled, but I was pleased with mine. I'll stay again on my next visit to th his area.
OK, here is an authentic and current review. The place had been a dump before, but not any longer since the new owner, Steve, took over about a year ago. A friend of mine and I stayed in two rooms here in mid-October 2017. Steve has made a serious investment in this facility. All the rooms in our building were completely gutted and redone with new carpeting and ceramic tile on the floor, stained knotty pine wood panels on the walls and for trim around the doors, new bathrooms, mattresses, refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers, and televisions. The rooms were attractive, comfortable, and spotless. They’re not decorated yet, but I was unconcerned with that detail. Location is about as convenient as it can be in Jackson. The inn is right at the intersection of KY-15 and KY-30, and it’s a short jaunt to the string of fast food restaurants that constitute Jackson’s culinary choices. The work is not done, however, so there still are some issues. The exterior of the building is awaiting paint and updating so it’s a bit shabby, although you would never know it from inside the nice rooms. Also, the Wi-Fi is essentially non-existent. There is a router in the main office but it’s too far from the rooms to be any good, so neither of us was able to connect to it. (There were a couple of routers in our building but Steve doesn’t know where they are or how to hook them up, so they’re broadcasting an empty signal.) If Wi-Fi is absolutely critical to you, you’ll be unhappy here. On the bright side, my Verizon signal was excellent in Jackson, although my buddy’s T-Mobile was effectively useless in the entire area. The next time I go to Jackson (which is gorgeous and a wonderful place to ride motor bikes) I will certainly stay at the Jackson Inn, but with the foreknowledge that I’ll have to buzz over to McDonald’s if I want Wi-Fi until Steve gets the routers straightened out. I’m OK with that. Besides, I go to Jackson to get away from all that stuff, anyway.…
In terrible condition. Was afraid to take my luggage in. Was so disgusted couldn't stay more than hour. Took off and found a chain hotel in Hazard. It is very dated and has become one of those motels with permanent residents.
First of all, if you need a place to stay overnight in the Jackson area, your best bet is to drive to Campton and stay there. There are only two options in Jackson, neither of them even up to Motel Six standards. I am in Jackson two times/year. Previously stayed at Paul's, which, tho old and dated, is at least clean. The Jackson Inn is what is typically referred to as a fleabag motel. It was freezing cold, no thermostat available. Curtains hanging half off the windows. First room I was in, toilet would not flush. Switched rooms, toilet flushed but smell was terrible (combination of stale smoke and something else I couldn't identify). It was, quite literally, the worst place I have ever stayed, at least in the U.S.