Have fun at this Howard Johnson Jackson North Ridgeland conveniently located off Interstates 220 and 55 near the Mississippi State Capitol Building. Explore the outdoors at the Ross Barnett Reservoir, or take the family to meet the animals at the Jackson Zoo. Start your mornings refreshed with a complimentary Rise and Dine breakfast, and connect to complimentary wireless Internet access to plan a day of fun. Energize in the 24-hour gym, or make a splash in the outdoor swimming pool. Host a presentation in the conference room for up to ten people. After an exciting day, relax in your guest room with pillow-top bedding. Suites, smoke-free and handicapped-accessible rooms are also available. Pets are welcome at this lodging.
Friendly front desk staff did have a semblance of breakfast had a working elevator and even though the room was next to the elevator I couldn't hear it over the noise from the other guests running around the hallways
Pot smell as soon as you walk into the lobby, reserved non-smoking room (my wife has asthma) but there were ashes in the window sills. The bathroom was filthy my wife and I bought cleaning supplies and cleaned the room. I know they had vacuum cleaners because I saw them but there was no evidence of them being used. The hallway outside my room had cigarette ashes and butts on the floor (non smoking floor). The elevator was filthy, tried not to touch anything in it. The sheets had cigarette burns and the comforter looked like it was for a queen size (on a king bed) and had never been washed. Definitely the dirtiest hotel I have ever stayed in. It is a 2 star so my expectations were low for conveniences but there is no excuse for filth everywhere.
This hotel should be closed immediately! The rooms have mold, cracking paint, brown water, extremely dirty and stained carpet, floor looks as if it hasn't been mopped in a year!
NOTHING!!!! The towels had holes and were as hard as sandpaper, the bed felt like sleeping on a park bench and the pillows were as flat as a pancake. I really don't know how they are still in business! There is no way the room is worth $60!!