Ramada Vicksburg

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This hotel offers rooms with cable TV, an outdoor pool and a fitness center. Its complimentary breakfast includes quiche and Jimmy Dean sandwiches. Old Courthouse Museum is 4.8 km away. All rooms at Ramada Vicksburg have a spa bath in the en suite bathroom. Each room has basic self-catering faciliti...

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This hotel offers rooms with cable TV, an outdoor pool and a fitness center. Its complimentary breakfast includes quiche and Jimmy Dean sandwiches. Old Courthouse Museum is 4.8 km away. All rooms at Ramada Vicksburg have a spa bath in the en suite bathroom. Each room has basic self-catering facilities such as a mini-fridge, microwave and small dining area. Guests can make use of the hotel’s grocery assistance service. The on-site vending machines provide snacks and drinks 24 hours a day. Ramada Vicksburg is 5.6 km away Vicksburg National Military Park. Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum is less than ...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Avoid this hotel if at all possible

Reviewed 13 november, 2021

At Vicksburg for work, so I was not interested in flair, just a place to lay my head (which is bald and the reason why that is significant below). The building and grounds looked nice, so I estimated that the hotel would be clean and comfortable. I checked in (room 125). The clerk on duty was quite cordial and knew the administrative work to which she was assigned. The suitcase stand was broken and in a pile in the garment storage cubby to which I thought "labor shortages, high demand, I'll not gripe". Stepping into the room however, I noticed that the floor itself (carpeted under the bed, faux wood planking elsewise) was dirty with dirt and other debris. The bathtub had a ring and there was, for some reason, a great deal of human hair lying about in the bathroom and behind the entry door. There was a band of some sort (perhaps the tamper seal for a pharmaceutical product on the floor between the nightstand and the bed frame, and some three feet away was a quarter. It was late, I retired. After rising, preparing for work, and getting going, I stopped by the front desk and asked the clerk to see to it that my room got cleaned, as I would be in Vicksburg for something like two weeks; she told me that she would leave word for the housekeeping crew, and I left it at that. Upon my return to the hotel that night, I found the room to be in the same state in which I had left it, save new bath linens were put in and the bed was made. Nothing else. The trash had not been emptied, the tub had not been cleaned, and the floor had not been swept. I complained to the clerk on duty who told me that there had been numerous complaints about housekeeping and that she could only leave word. I asked when the manager would be about, and was told that she worked strictly days, and was off Thursdays and Fridays. The next day after work, I found that the bed had been made up, but the fresh bath linens were simply laid next to the basin. A wadded-up hand towel was left on the dresser (an extra one, because I had used no hand towels). I took my own trash to the dumpster out front of the hotel. With minor league (NCAA) football coming to town during this part of the year, rooms are scarce; however, I was able to make reservations at another hotel in Vicksburg and I am moving over there tomorrow morning. As stated above, the hotel looks great at a distance, but once inside there are fixtures to be installed lying about, old mattresses in the stairwells, and general disrepair and decay. Unless nothing else is available and you need a place to get out of the weather, I recommend staying elsewhere.


What A Dump

Reviewed 24 june, 2021

Avoid this hotel!!! Not impressed with this hotel. Beds are dirty, pool has algae and is closed. Looks like the hotel is in a constant state of repair, do yourself a favor and drive right by this hotel. The rooms are large but the beds are small.


Very nice hotel! I recommend!

Reviewed 22 december, 2020

Stayed in room #216. Room was nice and clean. Bed was comfortable. Staff was very friendly. Some amenities were not available, but we are in the middle of a pandemic. I would not expect them to be. Would recommend this location to anyone. Thanks so much Red Roof Vicksburg for your hospitality.


Abysmal, disgusting, unprofessional, hazardous

Reviewed 4 september, 2020

Lobby smelled like mold. Room smelled like mold. Vinyl flooring and vinyl covered couch in room. Low class hotel disguised as a red roof inn. Attached pictures of the algae covered pool (on September 4th -pool should be open). Lovely picknick table outside waiting for a personal injury lawsuit and the stairway fill of paint and smelling of marijuana.


Light at the end of our tunnel!

Reviewed 30 august, 2020

I cannot tell you how thankful we were for the Red Roof Inn & Suites in Vicksburg! Booking our impromptu reservation was a breeze online. Once we arrived, we were thoroughly pleased! The room was cool, clean, spacious, and comfortable. The staff truly were the stars of the hotel! From the front desk to the room attendants were so kind, helpful, and accommodating. They had their hands extremely full with a packed house the nights we stayed, yet they prevailed courteously and beautifully - which I know has to be difficult during the virus pandemic and the natural disaster of Hurricane Laura. Thank you to each employee! Thank you for allowing our English bulldog to stay with us as he is a huge part of our family. You were our home away from home and our temporary family while our utilities were out. You went above & beyond the job!