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Best Mississippi hotels

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Ip Casino Resort Spa - Biloxi - Restaurant
Free Wi-Fi
Golden Nugget Biloxi - Biloxi - Pool
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort
9.2 Wonderful
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Harrah's Gulf Coast
7.2 Good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Hotel Legends
9.3 Wonderful
Free Wi-Fi
Best Western Seaway Inn
8.1 Very Good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly

How much is a Mississippi hotel?

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When to book a hotel in Mississippi

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Top tips for finding the perfect Mississippi hotel

  • Book at least 82 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Mississippi accommodation.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Mississippi for 1 day.
  • If you enjoy gambling, Mississippi is home to more than a few hotels that also double as casinos. Biloxi, in particular, has its fair share of these casino resorts. The Golden Nugget Biloxi and the Hard Rock Casino & Hotel Biloxi are a couple of the best examples.
  • Oxford is one of the best college towns in Mississippi and the South as a whole. It's also home to some of the only four-star hotels in the state. The Oliver Hotel is one of the four-star hotels in Oxford, and the Graduate Oxford is another great option.
  • Those planning to visit Jackson, which is the capital of Mississippi, don't have to worry about spending a small fortune on hotel rooms in the area. There are more than a few budget-friendly hotels, like Hotel O Jackson I-55 North, that will put you in a prime position to explore Jackson without blowing all your money on a hotel room.
  • Anyone planning to bring pets with them during their stays in Mississippi will have plenty of places where they can hunker down in the state. Harrah's Gulf Coast Hotel and Casino in Biloxi, Best Western Seaway Inn in Gulfport, and the Horseshoe Tunica Casino and Hotel in Tunica are all pet-friendly hotels for pet owners.
  • Hattiesburg, MS has so many local attractions, such as the Hattiesburg Zoo and the African American Military History Museum, and it also has great hotels to boot. The Doubletree By Hilton Hattiesburg is a four-star hotel with more than a few amazing amenities.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Mississippi

  • What is the most popular destination in Mississippi?

    Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Starkville (25% of total searches to Mississippi). The next most popular destinations are New Albany (25%) and Oxford (25%). Searches for hotels in Greenville (25%) are also popular.

  • Which Mississippi hotels are near the Mississippi River?

    The Mississippi River flows through more than just Mississippi. But if you're in the state, you might want to get up close and personal with the river if you can. You'll be able to do it during a stay at a hotel like Home2 Suites by Hilton Vicksburg.

  • What are the best Mississippi hotels with swimming pools?

    If you plan to spend time sitting by the pool at your Mississippi hotel, you'll be happy to hear that many hotels and resorts will come with one. A few you might want to check out include the IP Casino Resort Spa in Biloxi, the Margaritaville Resort in Biloxi, and the Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort in D'Iberville.

  • Are there any adults-only hotels in Mississippi?

    Whether you're looking to reconnect with your spouse while staying at a hotel in Mississippi or you simply want to unwind on your own without having to hear kids around every corner, there are quite a few adults-only hotels scattered throughout the state. The Roost Ocean Springs and the Imperial Suites in Jackson will both surround you with nothing but adults.

  • Where should I stay in Mississippi if I want to play golf?

    Many of the resorts situated throughout Mississippi have golf courses right on the premises. The Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, for example, has an 18-hole golf course. It includes lakes, marshes, and a clubhouse that offers both breakfast and lunch dining options.

Where to stay in Mississippi?

Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Mississippi by showing you the exact location of each hotel.