Experience Exceptional Hotel Stays in Ridgeland
Amenities and Attractions to Enhance Your Stay
Enjoy more convenient stays near Jackson, MS at our inviting and well-equipped Ridgeland hotel, Cabot Lodge Jackson North, now a Red Lion Hotel. With a central location near the most sought-after attractions in Central Mississippi, unmatched service, and a wealth of exceptional amenities and add-on services, your stay at our Ridgeland hotel is sure to be a memorable one.
From our expansive lobby with its cozy fireplace, lounge seating, and inviting atrium to our state-of-the-art fitness center to our sophisticated executive boardroom and meeting space, Cabot Lodge Jackson North offers an unparalleled hotel experience in Ridgeland, MS.
Amenities at Our Ridgeland Hotel
- Complimentary hot breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Outdoor pool
- Complimentary daily newspaper
- Business center
- Fitness center
- Boardroom and meeting space
- Complimentary evening hospitality reception
- On-site laundry
- Pet-friendly hotel policy
- Free parking
Available Add-On Amenities & Services
- Fresh-baked cupcakes and champagne upon arrival
- Turn-down service with fresh-baked cookies and milk
- One-hour massage or manicure/pedicure at Aqua the Day Spa
- Tickets to the Mississippi Children’s Museum
- Gift card to Shapley’s Restaurant
The Brandon Amphitheater is the centerpiece of The Quarry, a 250-acre park that will feature running, biking and nature trails, a dog park, a new baseball park facility and other outdoor amenities. The Brandon Amphitheater offers flexible seating capacity with both lower- and upper-level seating, designated box seats, audio and video elements, video walls, concession and beverage kiosks, and the Community Bank Club, a VIP club for Amphitheater sponsors and box seat holders.
Mississippi Civil Rights Museum
The Mississippi Civil Rights Museum shares the stories of a Mississippi movement that changed the nation. Opening on December 9, 2017, the museum promotes a greater understanding of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement and its impact by highlighting the strength and sacrifices of its peoples.
Visitors will witness the freedom struggle in eight interactive galleries that show the systematic oppression of black Mississippians and their fight for equality that transformed the state and nation. Seven of the galleries encircle a central space called “This Little Light of Mine.” There, a dramatic sculpture glows brighter and the music of the Movement swells as visitors gather.
Museum of Mississippi History
The Museum of Mississippi History encourages people to explore and appreciate our state's history. We present rich and complex stories that illustrate how our shared past influences our future together.
Located in the heart of downtown Jackson, the museum explores over 15,000 years of state history. Visitors will enjoy innovative exhibits, educational programs, and hundreds of artifacts. The Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum will open on December 9, 2017, in celebration of the state’s bicentennial.