The Mobile Area
The overall quality, service, and value of these accommodations off I-65 inspire patrons of our hotel to recommend it repeatedly. Your door opens to a clean, well-equipped room. Friendly, professional employees focus on the guest experience. Walking distance dining and shopping choices are especially convenient for overnight travelers who like the discounts our hotel guests receive at several restaurants. Our location is a big draw as well. It’s close to historic downtown Mobile’s waterside sights, period homes, and museums. Jumping onto the interstate is a snap. Morning starts off right with a free Bright Side Breakfast®, an outdoor pool cools off the afternoon, and comfortable beds close out the day. Pets stay for free.
Our location off I-65 at Airport Boulevard places our hotel close to all the history, culture, and action downtown while allowing access to the conveniences leisure and business travelers require. A southern city in every respect - from its own Mardi Gras celebration to tasty local seafood - Mobile is also defined by its seaport and position on the bay and Gulf of Mexico. The bay and Port Mobile are a short drive from our hotel. This city’s riches include many museums and beautiful period architecture. Places close by include the popular Bellingrath Gardens and Home with 65 acres of botanical garden, Fort Conde Museum, and of course the historic downtown. By the hotel, you’ll quickly find many restaurants, service stations, and shopping.
Hotel Services and Amenities
Spotless guess rooms come outfitted with comfortable beds and a new flat-panel TV with 30 HD channels. Extra amenities include free Wi-Fi, a coffeemaker, hairdryer, and iron with ironing board. The free Bright Side Breakfast buffet with unlimited coffee and juice. In a hurry? Exit the hotel with a muffin and a piece of fruit in hand. The buffet also serves hot waffles, a selection of cereals, breads, and bagels. Guests have access to laundry facilities and enjoy worry-free stays by taking the dog along. In addition to providing excellent accommodation value, our hotel features well-maintained grounds. Palm trees flank the entrance, line a nicely planted courtyard, and shade the outdoor swimming pool.
Seafood is king here and any visit, however short, deserves a sit-down to a plate of oysters, Cajun-style crawfish, or crab soup with a side of fried green tomatoes. Once your appetite is satisfied, take a tour of the areas must-see attractions including the Battleship USS Alabama, Fort Conde Museum which details the city’s colonial history, and the Mardi Gras parades in season. There’s even a museum devoted to Mardi Gras. Take an hour drive to the casino or the beach at Gulfport. Only have a couple of hours? The antebellum Oakleigh Period House Museum is five miles from the hotel and offers hourly tours. Across the bay in Daphne, the American Sport Art Museum and Archives displays exhibits on sports, art and history.