the experiences of a lifetime await you. welcome to the Hampton Inn & Suites Natchez, MS Amazing antebellum homes lining the mighty Mississippi River make Natchez one of the most unique cities in America. As the original state capital, Natchez is an important part of Mississippi history. With its easy access to the river and fertile soil, Natchez became one of the greatest economic focal points in the entire South Tour the historic antebellum homes and other architectural marvels. Enjoy a leisurely drive on the scenic Natchez Trace. Or experience the excitement of nightlife, from juke joints to fine dining in the Under-the-Hill area. There are so many fun and exciting things to do when you visit the Hampton Inn & Suites® Natchez, MS, you may just want to plan a second trip Business travelers and vacationers alike will want a hotel that offers modern amenities with incredible service. That's just what you'll find at the Hampton Inn & Suites Natchez, MS hotel. Conveniently located on the banks of the Mississippi River, we offer the ideal place to relax and enjoy the awe-inspiring view. Whatever your pleasure-from riverboat rides to antebellum tours to picnics on the bluff-you'll find it all near our comfortable Natchez hotel services & amenitie Here at the Hampton Inn & Suites Natchez, MS, we're passionate about taking good care of you. That's why we offer a broad range of services and amenities to make your stay exceptional Whether you're planning a corporate meeting or need accommodations for a family reunion or your child's sporting group, we're delighted to offer you easy planning and booking tools to make the process quick and organized * Meetings & event * Local restaurant guide
Everything it was right by the river
It offerred breakfast and it was in a good location.
the rooms were very spacious. Beds were great. Staff were very friendly.
wish the price was a bit lower
Great staff, clean rooms, central location, fresh baked cookies in the lobby, a very nice breakfast selection. Everything was great.
It was clean, and staff was friendly. Great breakfast
Our room only had shear curtains, so it minimized privacy and let too much sun in the next am.
We had the King/Suite/Study on the 1st floor. Room 127 was gigantic. So was the price, but it was expected during the Balloon Races/Festival. The city was booked. The cleanliness and size of the room quickly made me forget the price. Great location.
Was not impresssed with the breakfast.
The location: right on the banks of the Mississippi and relatively close by the downtown shops.
The staff was very nice!! :) the beds were super comfy!!
Hav the hotel not been under a remodel while we were there I would have given a 10, but the remodel made it a little bit of a pain.
The staff was very attentive and pleasant. The room was decorated nicely, we had a great view of the Mississippi River!
I would recommend this hotel, it is very close to the historical downtown area,riverfront,ect. The staff is very nice, the breakfast is not 5 star but it is warm and good to hit the road.
We did not have a veiw of the MS River, but the hotel is located directly across the street from the Visitors Center which proved to be very convenient. The staff was friendly and helpful. the location was right off the freeway and east to access. The Hampton provides a good breakfast, and coffee is available all day. We enjoyed our stay there, and would stay there again. We were tourists, and did not need business facilities. We are also seniors, and did not use the fitness center.
The hotel and the rooms were nice but the staff were wonderful they went out of their way to accommodate me and my family and we appreciate that, it wasn't just house keeping or the front desk it was everyone there even the people who prepared the complimentary breakfast. I highly recommend this hotel to any one who visits Natchez, there is no question we will stay there again.
The hotel is fairly new and the room was nice. However, our toilet stopped up and the front desk had me come down and get a plunger to unstop it. They would not come up to do it themselves. Also there was hot water in the sink, but there wasn't in the shower. A cold shower isn't too pleasant in the morning. I probably would not stay there again.
We just returned from a week trip to mississipi and louisiana to primarily vist historic sites. Stayed in Natchez for two nights. this hotel pretty much spoiled the rest of the trip. It was so much better than anything we stayed at elsewhere on the trip. Beautiful clean and quiet room. Good internet connection and a pretty good breakfast to get you day started. It really spoiled us. The hotel is right across the street from the Natchez visitors center and is a must first stop. While you could walk to downtown from the hotel it could be a little too far for some. Lots of places to visit. I highly suggest Melrose Plantation. Its a state park is in a more original condition than many of the other great house/mansions in town. Longwood is another highly unusual house thats worth a visit as well. great restaurants in town as well. We liked the King's Inn which is downtown and in a late 1700's tavern that has retained most of its character and resident ghost!
My husband and I snuck off from the world and spent a weekend at Hampton Inn and Suites in Natchez, Ms. The bed was more comfortable than the one I have at home. Everyone was very friendly and seemed to be happy to work there. We were on the 4th floor and had a gorgeous view of the Mississppi River. In 15 years we have stayed in almost every hotel and some of the B&B's in Natchez and have never been so impressed with a staff or a hotel, even some of the Bed and Breafast could learn alot from Hampton the customer service, it was definately sensational. We were so impressed, instead of a yearly visit, we will be going back in the fall. Thanks so much for a wonderful weekend
This is a very nice clean hotel. The staff is very nice and professional. The hotel is a good location from historic Natchez. The hot breakfast wasn't amazing but it was good. I stayed March 31- April 3, 08 during the Natchez Spring Pilgrimage.