Hotel King Edward

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Suzassippi slept here…

I was in Jackson Tuesday night and Wednesday for Advocacy Day at the Capitol.  I decided to stay at the historic former King Edward, now operated as a Hilton Garden Inn.  Can you believe in that gorgeous lobby with the columns and opulence, I did not take a single photograph?  We were having too much fun in the Bar & Grille, where we spent a little time after the networking event (held at the Parlor Market up the street).

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5 Responses to Hotel King Edward

  1. haha love that subtitle. Also I read the first sentence to quickly and thought “how luck you were to be at the Capitol for Avocado Day.”

    • Suzassippi says:

      While there were no avocados, there was a lot of good food Tuesday night. Parlor Market was incredible, and the Philly Cheese Steak Quesadilla at the KE Bar and Grille was amazing. It was served up with a side dish of the best bartender/wait staff ever!

  2. Beth says:

    I’m jealous because you stayed there and had a good time there! My turn!

    • Suzassippi says:

      Oh, you definitely need to stay there on your next trip. It was beautiful in the main lobby/bar area, and outside, and the staff were awesome. The rooms just look like any old Hilton, but they probably looked like any old hotel room as the King Edward. If Michael is still there in the Bar & Grille, tell him hello from us. 🙂 He has to been to South Africa even more times than I have!

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