Located in Jackson (North Jackson - Ridgeland), Hilton Jackson is within the vicinity of Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum and Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium. This hotel is within the vicinity of Mississippi Children's Museum and Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Make yourself at home in one of the 276 air-conditioned guestrooms. Your room comes with a pillowtop bed. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and premium TV channels provides entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature makeup/shaving mirrors and complimentary toiletries.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy a range of recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool, a fitness facility, and a seasonal outdoor pool. Additional amenities include a concierge desk, gift shops/newsstands, and shopping on site.
Enjoy a meal at one of the hotel's dining establishments, which include 3 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and business services. Planning an event in Jackson? This hotel has 49412 square feet (4447 square meters) of space consisting of a ballroom, banquet facilities, and exhibit space. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided at no charge.
As with rainbows, nations, and Model T's, burritos contain a rag-tag team of savories that are more robust combined than apart. Qdoba embraces Henry Ford's innovative ideas with an all-you-can-choose buffet of fresh ingredients ready to be stuffed into burritos, tacos, and more through a superfast assembly line of professionals. Choose the protein packer of your choice from pulled pork, adobo-marinated steak or chicken, and shredded or ground beef, or opt out of the meats and head straight to the beans. Simmer over the option of cumin-simmered black or pinto beans before you top your treat with any of five unique salsas and four original sauces. Taste the gooey flavor accents of the signature queso sauce (a three-cheese blend with roasted poblanos, tomatoes, and jalapeños, or try a smoky poblano pesto made with roasted peppers, cilantro, and nuts with creamy, hand-smashed guacamole.
Back Yard Burgers serves up North American Black Angus burgers hash-marked to order on genuine flame-licked grills. Third-pound patties dress for dinner with lettuce, vine-ripened tomatoes, red onions, dill pickles, and a condimental trio of ketchup, mustard, and mayo ($3.59). Or gussy up for patty prom with premium add-ons such as coleslaw, chili, sautéed mushrooms, bacon, and more ($0.35–$0.60 per topping). The grill masters also flip the first white meat, prepping Hawaiian chicken sandwiches with grilled pineapple, mustard, mayo, and lettuce ($4.09). Away from the flames, feel free to enjoy a loaded baked potato ($2.79) and a wide range of pairable plates such as chili cheese fries ($2.59 for regular size), garden salads ($2.19), and sweetly baked fruit cobblers ($1.99).
At Sloppy Joe's, sandwich specialist Eddie Deuschle doles out a hearty menu of homemade comfort fare, including barbecue, po boys, and the eatery's eponymous bun-based creation, served through a convenient drive-thru window. Derived from an old family recipe, the sloppy joe ($2.99) vies for finger-staining superiority with a hickory-smoked pulled-pork sandwich ($3.99) slathered with barbecue sauce and coleslaw served on a jumbo bun. Ham, pork, swiss cheese, and pickles get cozy in the cuban panini ($4.49), and roast beef luxuriates in gravy on the new orleans po boy ($4.99). Breadless options include Joe's apple-pecan salad ($3.99/half, $6.99/whole) topped with grilled chicken, fruit, nuts, and feta. Committed to speedy service, Sloppy Joe's lets patrons call in orders in advance and only employs staff members who can summarize the entire menu in a terse haiku.
Two Sister's Kitchen whips up its signature fried chicken—lauded by Travel Channel and Food & Wine magazine as among the best in the country—in the kitchen of a historic home built in 1902. Six days a week, buffets and chafing dishes serve catfish, cornbread, biscuits, tomato gravy, and other Southern eats. Tables draped in flowered cloths fill the house's cozy dining rooms, and wrought-iron furniture crowns the outdoor patio. The front porch looks out at the capitol building, which serves as a reminder to abide the law about chewing with your mouth closed.
The Southern spread at Evans Country Buffet changes daily, but diners can count on it to contain hearty homestyle eats such as baked chicken; biscuits and corn muffins; and well-seasoned country veggies. The cooks whip up lemon squares, cobblers, and from-scratch banana pudding to appease sweet teeth, and cups can be kept full with tea, coffee, and other beverages.