Built in 1927, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Eola Hotel offers the ambiance and charm of the Old South coupled with the conveniences of modern day amenities.
This historic property is graced with exuberant interiors, arched doorways, stately columns, balconies with a view of the Mississippi River, and a New Orleans style courtyard with an original fire-and-water fountain.
A visitor to the Eola is greeted in the grand hall by an eclectic collection of museum quality antiques, original oil paintings, statuaries and fountains. The public spaces, placed strategically around the hotel, offer cozy escapes to unwind from the day's activities.
Step out of the Eola's courtyard into the heart of historic downtown Natchez, where you'll discover Natchez Under-the-Hill, riverboat gambling, and the city's renowned Antiques Row, all within walking distance of the Eola. Horse-drawn carriages will deliver you to the door of magnificent antebellum mansions graced with innumerable white columns, rich Italian marble, and moss-laden trees.
The G.I.R.L.S. Club (Greg Iles Readers Love Suspense!) Is a site that offers a place for discussion and interaction among those of us who are enamored with Greg Iles and his literary works. All are welcome to participate and enjoy the site.