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Hospitality is a competitive industry. Guest reviews often dictate where a traveler will stay, and the effects of online reviews can make or break a hotel chain. Having a good reputation and getting rave reviews are assets no hotel can afford to lose.

Customer service is key to any business, and here at Muskogee Inn, it’s no different. We strive to provide our guests with the best experience while they are away from home, and we embrace consumers’ opinions in the form of online reviews.

Muskogee Inn ranks at the top of good reviews from various websites, such as Booking.com, TripAdvisor, Yelp and more.

Here are a few statistics about rave reviews for hotels and the role it plays on bookings:

  • 50 percent of consumers will not book a hotel that doesn’t have reviews
  • According to hotelnewsnow.com, higher reviews result in more bookings 3.9 times more than negative or no reviews
  • Guests read 6-12 reviews before deciding where to stay

Summer music concert series picks up another big act

The Band Perry concert flyer

Shine your boots and dust off your cowboy hat — The Band Perry will be performing at 8 p.m. Sept. 18 at the amphitheater at Wind Creek Atmore! The concert was rescheduled from the originial date in August.

Tickets went on sale June 29 at ticketmaster.com.

Siblings Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry are from Mobile, Ala., so it’s almost like a homecoming show for the band, who debuted in 2010. With a perfect blend of harmony, the trio layers vocals like you have never heard before.

Their hit songs “If I Die Young,” “Better Dig Two,” “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” and “Chainsaw,” among many others, might sound a bit like a heavy topic, but don’t let that fool you. The group has said they pull energy from bands such as Queen and other rockers, all the while staying true to their country roots. Their songs have meaning and a purpose and are “all about real life.”

The band recently announced they have something big to share in the next couple of weeks, so keep your eyes and ears open so you don’t miss what they have planned. In the meantime, be sure to purchase your tickets for the Atmore show before they are sold out.

 

More concert announcements

In addition to The Band Perry, as previously announced, Big & Rich with Cowboy Troy will be performing at 9 p.m. July 25 at the amphitheater. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at ticketmaster.com, by phone at 800-745-3000 or at Essentials inside Wind Creek Casino and Hotel in Atmore.

If you like loud, boisterous, rockin’ country music with a few ballads thrown in for good measure, then this unlikely duo will knock your socks off!

 

New look at Muskogee Inn

Need a place to stay for Big & Rich or The Band Perry concerts that are coming up soon? Look no further than Muskogee Inn, which is conveniently just an eighth of a mile from the amphitheater at Wind Creek, directly off Interstate 65 at exit 57. Take the free shuttle from Muskogee Inn and save yourself the headache of finding a good parking place.

Check out recently remodeled rooms, which boast of fresh bedding, drapes, new carpet and paint, plus updated furniture and amenities.

Guest also get a free play at Wind Creek with every stay! So after the concerts, you can play at the casino and wind down from the excitement of the show.

Muskogee Inn is a budget friendly hotel, so you always stay for less and play more. Make your reservations today!