(The city of Vicksburg as a whole appears economically depressed and in need of updating. The older motels seem to be where you can get a room for under $100 a night. And they are not in the best of shape. There are some shiny, new hotels – but you will be paying premium prices.)
We were traveling with our pet and did a search for pet-friendly lodging in Vicksburg. Our price, with pet fee and taxes, was about $70 for the night.
The property was old but the rooms were unusually spacious. Our room had a king sized bed and a loveseat with coffee table. There was the usual desk and dresser. And there was a mini-fridge and microwave.
The carpet, furniture, and bedding were worn, and the older model TV was teetering on its’ broken stand. The mattress was firm but not uncomfortable. The biggest problem for us was the pillows. They were worn-out feather pillows and they compressed down to nothing. I stacked two and then folded them in half to try to get some support.
It is ok for an overnight rest-stop if you aren’t picky. (I’d compare the quality to an older cabin at a state park – if that gives you an idea.) The lady in the office was friendly. The lobby was updated and hosted a nice continental breakfast.
Ultimately, we decided to cancel our reservation for the return trip and try our luck finding another pet-friendly hotel in Vicksburg. We probably won't stay there again when there are other options yet to try.
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