Baymont Inn & Suites Jackson

Address: 2035 Bondsteel Drive, Jackson, Michigan, 49202, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 2035 Bondsteel Drive, Jackson, is near Ella Sharp Museum.
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Amenities

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        Amenities

        Activities

        • Fitness/Health center

        Features

        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Reduced mobility rooms
        • Refrigerator in room
        • Non-smoking hotel
        • Microwave in room
        • High-speed internet in room
        • Air-Conditioning
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed

        General

        • Suites

        Services

        • Continental Breakfast
        • Laundry facilities (self serve)
        • Business Services
         

        TripAdvisor Reviews Baymont Inn & Suites Jackson

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Jackson

        What's Inside That Small Backpack?

        A travel blog entry by leahscamino on Aug 21, 2015

        9 comments, 2 photos

        ... on my cell phone)
        Brierley Camino Guide Book (photographed the pages)
        Ditaman Camino Guide Book (including to Muxia)
        Camino GPS
        Flash light
        Clock/alarm
        Walking music (when in desperate need of motivation)
        Audio books (hope not to use these)
        Log dictation app
        Google Language translator
        Copy of Important documents (Passport , driver's license,
        credit cards, reservation ...

        Backpack Ready to Go

        A travel blog entry by leahscamino on Aug 19, 2015

        27 comments, 1 photo

        ... me on my journey. I think his response was something like... "Are you crazy!" Unsure of whether his was a rhetorical question, my mind began trying to answer the question, "Are you crazy?" At this point, I don't know, but when I return, I'm sure I'll have some kind of answer for him.

        Why am I going: At present, I don't know "why" I'm going on this journey, only that I feel a very strong pull/desire to do so. I have no goals ...

        Day 1

        A travel blog entry by ekramarczyk on Dec 25, 2013

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... in Ohio. For Kylee's first trip it was going well. We only need two stops in Ohio and two in Kentucky. This allowed Kylee to stretch out a little. Kaleb did an awesome job helping out with Kylee in the backseat. By 6:30 pm, we had made it to Tennessee and finally came to our first bit of trouble. Kylee starts to cry, Kaleb tries to help her keep calm and Jodi is giving Kaleb directions on what to do. Meanwhile, ...

        Shooting touch tourny.Genocide Memorial..trip home

        A travel blog entry by cawood.thomas on Jan 10, 2013

        ... committed by Turkey (because Turkey is a huge geographical ally). The hypocrisy sometimes blows my mind.

        The final section of the museum was centered around the specific children killed in the Genocide. They provided a bio on each child, providing names, age, interests, favorite foods and how they were killed. This has much more of an impact on me compared to any other section of the memorial. This section sent the message that genocide is murder ...

        Mary and Kathy Leave Prison Successfully!

        A travel blog entry by compils on Oct 29, 2011

        1 comment, 46 photos

        ... and to work in the many industries and farms within the 120 acres. Production was so successful that the train came right through the prison to pick up products and produce for sale throughout the area.

        A little over 500 men were housed in the first state prison with cells that were quite small without electricity or plumbing. Very little light came into the cell and there was no heat in the winter. The straw mat they slept on was smaller than a twin bed ...