I had never stayed at a Drury Inn before and was very pleasantly surprised. Rooms and lobby were very clean, staff friendly and helpful and they had a large selection of hot foods and 3 free drinks per night, as well as delicious continental/hot breakfast. Loved the bathrooms and the floors throughout.
Traveller from AL
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Hotel is right off the freeway but is quiet and felt safe. There are lots of restaurants and shopping places nearby. We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the facilities as this site was one of the least expensive hotels we stayed at during a three week trip.
The hotel itself was nice and comfortable and the receptionist at the deskl was very helpful and nice. The day we arrived they had torn up half of the parking lot and we have no where to park. The manager was gone by the time we checked in and was not helpful when receptionist called him. He made no arrangements for parking before he left and was not willing to help us figure out where to park. He told one of customers that he had been at the hotel all day and was not coming back in. He had no answers for where we should park. There were cats lined up in parking lot with no where to park. Most other hotels were booked up because of special events in the area.
The hotel is currently under renovation. I was upgraded to one of the newly renovated rooms. When staying in hotels, cleanliness is my main thing. I am the biggest germaphobe, but this room did not make me cringe at all. Room was cute. Clean. Clean bathroom, fresh paint, clean linens, new carpet. I felt comfortable. If all of the renovated rooms will be like this, then I most definitely recommend this hotel.
Shoppers can browse the Fondren District's galleries and boutiques and find gifts at the Mississippi Crafts Center. The former home of Pulitzer Prize winning author Eudora Welty is open for tours. Sports fans can cheer on Jackson State at Veterans Memorial Stadium and visit the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame. LeFleur’s Bluff State Park is home to the Natural History Museum and Children's Museum.