Situated right on Cleveland’s Cotton Row, this lovely boutique hotel is convenient to the Grammy Museum, Delta State University, and fantastic local shopping.

We were thrilled to be invited to stay at The Cotton House in Cleveland recently, as it is one of our favorite shopping destinations, and we had not yet had the pleasure of experiencing this new and beautiful hotel with it’s roots firmly planted in Delta soil.

The Property

The Cotton House is conveniently located right on Cleveland’s Cotton Row—the beautiful “Main Street” of the town. The property has 95 guest rooms, including six swanky suites, and is decked out in Delta charm, from the lobby all the way to the rooftop. You immediately feel right at home when you enter and see the uniquely Mississippi touches all through the decor.

Dining and Drinking

When you’re ready for food and a beverage, there are two options there within the hotel. Delta Meat Market serves as both a grocer and a full service restaurant, featuring Chef Cole Ellis’s Mississippi Delta fare with an international flair. You’ll enjoy a varied selection of delicious dishes or grab-and-go items for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We both agreed that the Wedge Salad was one of the best we ever had.

Up on the roof, Bar Fontaine has a spacious seating area and bar, along with an outdoor patio overlooking beautiful Cotton Row. Enjoy small plates and pastas with local ingredients, and sip on a glass of wine or a uniquely crafted cocktail while you take in a Delta sunset.

Shopping on Cotton Row

On either side of the beautiful park-like median of Cotton Row is some of the best local shopping in the state. Whether you are looking for antiques, art, gifts, children’s apparel, or the latest in ladies’ or men’s fashion, you will find it right there in the heart of Cleveland. For more information on the shopping, click HERE.

The Grammy Museum

Jump in the car for a quick two minute drive, and you’ll come upon Mississippi’s own Grammy Museum, which is the first such facility outside of Los Angeles. This Magnolia State gem features interactive exhibits, along with an impressive collection of Mississippi music treasures. It is not to be missed.

Plan Your Visit!

If you haven’t been to Cleveland, what are you waiting for? Get out there and take a “Trip in the ’Sip”! Here are more resources to help you plan your visit:

Visit Cleveland
Cleveland Chamber of Commerce
Cleveland Main Street

Would you like to bring Hip in the ’Sip to come visit your Mississippi property or Main Street to showcase there and on my Southern Shine blog? Contact Lori Brechtel HERE.