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Hotels in the South

Hotels in the South

Discover the Region of Southern Hospitality

If you're looking to experience southern cooking, live entertainment, and picturesque charm, the southern United States has everything you could ever imagine. By choosing from our list of the best Southern hotels, you can enjoy Cajun cuisine in New Orleans, listen to some of today's emerging hits in Nashville or Memphis, or revel in historical splendor while walking the streets of Charleston or Savannah.

Civil War and history buffs will have endless entertainment in the south because of its plethora of landmarks and battlefields to visit. Some of the most important battle sites include Shiloh in Tennessee, Chickamauga in Georgia, and Vicksburg in Mississippi. You can even visit old strongholds, such as Fort Sumter and Fort Pulaski, or head west and see The Alamo in Texas, from Texas' war of Independence from Mexico in 1836. 

For those seeking a reprieve from busy city life, the South offers many opportunities to enjoy natural attractions, such as the Appalachian Mountains, which run from Alabama to West Virginia; the Natchez Trace Parkway, which starts in Tennessee and runs to Missouri; and the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina. You can even visit several national parks, including Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas and Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky.

If you're more a fan of the sun and the beach, the Outer Banks in North Carolina and Myrtle Beach in South Carolina are two popular options. A visit to one of the beach resorts in Florida is another good way to work on your tan and relax. There are a number of tropical oases in this state, including Miami and Key West. You could even spend a day at one of the state's numerous amusement parks, such as Walt Disney World and Universal Studios.

Food is an important part of the famous southern charm, and it doesn't disappoint. Stay in New Orleans and sample some crawfish and a variety of other seafoods, including gumbo. This isn't the only area with special cuisine, however. Both North and South Carolina are well known for their barbecued pork; and soul food, such as fried okra and collard greens, reign supreme in this region.

As you can see, the South has much to offer. Browse through our southern hotel pages to find a vacation package that works for you.

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