Mississippi's Cabot Lodge joins the RLHC system

RLHC (Red Lion Hotels Corporation) announced the Cabot Lodge Jackson North, a Red Lion Hotel, in central Mississippi officially joined the RLHC system. This hotel franchise conversion is the latest in the company’s national expansion to the East Coast which includes the openings of Red Lion Hotel Harrisburg and Red Lion Inn & Suites Brooklyn, and announced openings for Atlanta airport and Orlando-Kissimmee Maingate.

The Cabot Lodge Jackson North, a Red Lion Hotel, is located northeast of Jackson. The 200-room hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, an exercise room, a business center and over 1,000 square feet of event meeting space. The hotel offers a complimentary hot breakfast every morning and complimentary cocktail service every evening.

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Nearby attractions include the Natchez Trace Parkway, Mississippi Craft Center, Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, Mississippi Children's Museum, Ridgeland Bike Trail and Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame with the Dizzy Dean Exhibit, as well as the Country Club of Jackson, home to the Sanderson Farms Championship, a PGA event. The property is also near the Renaissance at Colony Park and numerous recreational facilities including tennis courts and baseball and softball facilities.

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