10 Amazing Reasons to Stay at the Cotton House

We have the privilege of staying in a lot of world-class accommodations during our travels, but we have not found a hotel quite like The Cotton House in Cleveland, Mississippi. This Tribute Portfolio Hotel has everything to meet your needs while you are in Cleveland, whether you are staying for business or pleasure. 

10 Reasons to Visit the Mississippi Grammy Museum

Mississippi has more GRAMMY nominees and winners than any other state so it makes sense that the Magnolia State would be home to this world class museum. Located in Cleveland, this museum needs to be on your bucket list!

Best Food Choices in Cleveland

No matter what your preferences are, Cleveland, Mississippi has something for every taste! The next time you are visiting, make sure to stop in at each of these spots! You are sure to have the same experience we did! 

13 Reasons to Visit Cleveland, MS

Cleveland, MS may be Mississippi’s best kept secret! With world class dining, history, and shopping, there is not a better place to spend a romantic weekend, a girls getaway, or a business trip! Downtown ClevelandFilled with high-end boutiques, restaurants, and specialty stores, Downtown Cleveland offers a little bit of everything for visitors, and it would be easy to spend the entire day wandering from business to business, finding unique gifts and clothing. A trip to Cleveland is not complete without a visit to the downtown area. We promise you will leave with something in your hand! The GRAMMY MuseumDid

7 Reasons Why You Need to Book Hammock Hideaway

Hammock Hideaway in Broken Bow, Oklahoma is one of the most spectacular vacation rental properties in the southeast. A vacation here will be one your family remembers forever!

10 Must See Stops on the Tuscaloosa Civil Rights Trail

Tuscaloosa is not unlike other southern towns that felt the weight of the Civil Rights Movement. The Tuscaloosa Civil Rights Trail encompasses 18 sites from around the city. Even though the trail tells an incredible story in all the sites, here are the 10 spots you can’t miss!      1.    The Mob at the Flagpole: Located at the corner of Greensboro and University, this flag pole has always been a place for gatherings. In 1956 when Autherine Lucy attempted to be the first black student at the University of Alabama, students met here to stage protests. Two days after the thousand

10 Reasons to Visit Moundville Archeological Park

Referred to as “The Big Apple of the 14th Century,” Moundville Archaeological Park is one of the premiere Native American sites in the country. Once a power community, Moundville was the largest city north of Mexico. Located just outside of Tuscaloosa on the Black Warrior River, the park encompasses more than 300 acres and 29 flat-topped mounds. Today, visitors get to see the how the Mississippians lived nearly 800 years ago on this land. There are so many reasons why a visit here is a must!