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The Quality Inn Holly Springs South is centrally located in Holly Springs, Mississippi, with convenient access to U.S. Highway 78, Mississippi Highway 7 and other major highways. Breakfast was available and was great. The food was fresh. As for lodging compared to Super 8, Motel 6, etc., the facility was very clean and up-to-date. Great location right off I-22. The best place to stay in Holly Springs, Mississippi.
Magnolia Inn is a 5-star property located in Holly Springs. This 5-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and a shared lounge. I liked the room and the way it looked. I also liked the fact that there was a working television. Another thing I liked was the size of the bathroom and sink. The chair provided extra seats and more space.
Just off I-22, this Byhalia, Mississippi hotel features rooms with free WiFi and satellite TV. The historic Graceland Mansion is one-half hour away. First, the woman at the front desk was so nice and friendly. She recommended some places to take our grandson. Second, I was impressed with our room. It was very clean with all the basics. It was quiet. The AC worked great. The room was nice and dark at night. I slept great. I guess if we had needed more the staff would have helped but it had everything we needed.
The Super 8 Olive Branch is located off Interstate 78 and is less than 30 minutes’ drive from Graceland. This hotel features an indoor pool and offers a daily continental breakfast. Great location.alot of places to eat with in walking distance.everything is a bit dated,but it's clean and house keeping and staff are great.
Conveniently located just minutes from attractions in downtown Memphis, such as Graceland, Elvis Presley's Mansion, this hotel in Olive Branch, Mississippi offers comfortable guestrooms and suites... Proximity to what we came to see. The rooms were nice and clean and the breakfast was very tasty.
For a very small town Holly Springs is okay I've been there before had to come back for a celebration of of life for my boyfriend who passed away in January so knowing the area a little bit help me
It was simply our 1/2 way home from Florida stop. Did not see city. Stayed at America’s Best Inn. All good, except: We booked with booking.com. Said was Pet-Friendly and offered King room. Got here and staff needed my confirmation; I had to hand her my phone - odd. She could not see reservation from her end. Then said I could not have King room with a pet - was not noted online and when I stated my dog was service pet (which I had also noted when I booked), she wanted his papers. I gave her his registration card from his service vest and she questioned why I didn’t have his “papers” - card is all we need. Then, because we had to switch rooms, she wanted me to cancel reservation online and rebook room with 2 beds. Because of lateness of night, such a cancellation would have cost me an extra $60.99. My reservation was already going to cost an extra $10 not to have King room. I would not. I I’ll need to follow my credit card statement on this one because I reserved with card, but paid with cash.
HILLCREST CEMETARY WAS THE BEST PART,DONT GO ON A WEEKEND ON SUNDAY NO LOBBY OF FOOD PLACES OPEN TILL 10;OO.THERE IS NOTHING THERE GO 20 ILES DOWN THE ROAD TO OLIVE BRANCH THERE IS DEFENTLY MORE THERE.
The only reason I was in Holly Springs was to visit my elderly mother who lives nearby. There is nothing to do there unless you like to go to Walmart or eat fast food. I would not recommend going to Holly Springs, MS unless you have to.
I liked the room and the way it looked. I also liked the fact that there was a working television. Another thing I liked was the size of the bathroom and sink. The chair provided extra seats and more space.