Mississippi is home to the most famous river in North America, the Great Mississippi River. Southern charm and a slow-paced lifestyle are simply the way of life for Mississippi natives. Fortunately, you don't have to be a local to experience this old-fashioned charm, as it is displayed prominently in resorts in Mississippi.
When planning a visit, you will find that there are many options for hotels in Mississippi across the state. The Magnolia State is divided into five categories: the Hills, Delta, Pines, Capital/River, and the Coastal regions. Located in the northeastern portion of the state, the Hills is famously known as the birthplace of Elvis Presley. You'll find this region is filled with natural beauty, from the forests to the calm Pickwick Lake. The western Delta region is one of the most popular destinations, due to its magical blend of cotton fields and casinos. Moving to the east, the Pines region is full of pine trees and outdoor recreation. Farther south, you'll encounter the Capital/River region, home to the city of Jackson and the Mississippi River. With its booming population, the area is best known for its cheap down-home southern cuisine, welcoming Jackson hotels, and Civil War attractions. Lastly, you'll arrive at the Coastal region of MS, where the Gulf of Mississippi is located. Here, you'll encounter the world's largest man-made beach, and all of the best Mississippi hotels, museums, and outdoor activities the state has to offer.
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Hotels in Mississippi start at $43 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.