A historic Mississippi Delta boutique hotel
Located in tiny, charming Greenwood, Mississippi — home to Viking Range and its sought-after high-end cooking products — The Alluvian hotel brings a large dose of style to a small, Southern town. Though the property is housed in a revitalized circa 1917 building, inside you'll find streamlined decor and furnishings, and local art, which have been added to the design mix to transform a stately setting into something that feels refreshingly contemporary. Rooms are spacious and filled with up-to-date luxuries like flat-screen TVs and down duvet-topped beds, and some even have working gas fireplaces. Beyond your room, you'll find a freshly-made Southern breakfast buffet each morning, and the services of the hotel's fleet of house cars to get you around town in a snap.
When it's time for dinner, head to the historic onsite restaurant Giardina's, which has been serving classic Italian fare and steakhouse dishes in a clubby fine dining setting since 1936. The Alluvian (named for the alluvial plain that makes up the Mississippi River Delta) has also teamed up with the Viking Cooking School to offer a series weekend cooking events, ongoing classes and shopping experiences that bring the culinary experience to life.