Aug 6 - Aug 7
It was fine for the price. Relatively clean and conveniently located.
Aug 10 - Aug 11
We had kids and loved they let us swim after hours as l I ng as we were quit. It was a long ride theere
Sep 2 - Sep 3
Room was clean and quite comfortable Quiet Carpet being changed
Sep 3 - Sep 4
We got to see an alligator from our room window.
Aug 5 - Aug 6
The man that work morning shift was very very nice and very understanfing, he was helpful at all times, the night shift worker NICK wasnt helful at all, he didnt care one bit , he sit from desk and ignored calls but got up when guest came up, but the man that worked morning shift Never sat down he ...
Sep 1 - Sep 2
The location was great for my stay. However, it is somewhat difficult to get the hotel and to get out in the direction I was going
Aug 5 - Aug 6
We stay here every time we’re in mobile. Great property
Aug 8 - Aug 9
Beautiful hotel experience. This property has friendly service. ample parking and bed is very comfortable.
Aug 5 - Aug 6
locatoin and bay views were great. bars were great. food was just ok
The former capital of the French Empire, before New Orleans took over, Mobile is one of the most underrated gems in Alabama. More than that, it is even the birthplace of Mardi Gras. A cultural melting pot filled to the brim with French, Spanish, British, and Creole influences, Mobile’s romantic tree-lined boulevards have won many a traveler's heart. A foodie scene to rival the pickiest eaters is the cherry on the delectable cake. For outdoor types, Mobile has you covered with a selection of beaches along the Gulf Coast as well as secluded bays. Finding a place to stay on your trip is easy too, as there are plenty of great hotels in Mobile to choose from, starting from
Visitors to Mobile tend to head straight for the ever popular USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park in Mobile Bay, which is home to the Korean and Vietnam War memorials dating back to World War II.
Said to be the original birthplace of the spectacular festival of dance, culture, and color, Mobile takes Mardi Gras very seriously. Not only is there a festival each year, similar to much of Alabama, there is also a museum dedicated to the history and roots of Mardi Gras. If you, like many other tourists, want to learn more about this famous festival, stay in one of the many hotels within easy access of the Mobile Carnival Museum.
Culture vultures, take note. Mobile’s Museum of Art is the only accredited art museum in south Alabama. Founded in 1963, the museum’s permanent collection comprises an impressive array of contemporary art right through to realist paintings, sculptures, and drawings. Here, you can find great hotels near Mobile’s Museum of Art.
The great selection of 3 star hotels means you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing your Mobile accommodation. Many 3 star hotels offer free WiFi, free airport transfers, as well as a delectable hotel dining. For those looking for a little bit more luxury, staying in a 4 star hotel will satisfy the inner diva with amenities like room service, valet parking, and hotel concierge service.
In case you are keen for something special and unique from your vacation, a stay in one of Mobile’s beautiful boutique hotels will surely hit the spot. Expect small, but perfectly formed hotels with amenities, such as Egyptian cotton sheets, bespoke breakfasts, and designer toiletries to luxuriate in.
Mobile Regional Airport is served by five major airlines. Naturally, you can find comfortable hotels near Mobile Regional Airport to make any short visit as hassle free as possible. Furthermore, you can fly into Pensacola Regional Airport, which serves destinations including Charlotte and Dallas/Fort Worth.