Direction from City Center to Hotel: South
Distance from Hotel: 5 MI/ 8.05 KM
You must see the Incredible and Breathtaking Views from the top of The Vulcan Statue located on Red Mountain in Downtown Birmingham. No visit to Birmingham is complete without seeing UAB.
Enjoy a wide variety of cuisine in one of the most diverse cities in Alabama. In the Five Points South neighborhood you can celebrate and enjoy BBQ, Pizza, American, French, Indian, Mexican, and Brazilian Cuisine all in a 2 block radius. Some of the finest food you will ever eat!!!
Don't Go Home Without
Visiting the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in Downtown Birmingham. Learn about history of Civil Rights in Birmingham and surrounding areas, as well as, a visit to the historic 16th Street Baptist Church where Civil Rights Leaders like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached.
Founded in 1871 crossing of two railroads lines, the city blossomed through the early 1900's as it rapidly became the South's foremost industrial center. Iron and steel production were a natural for Birmingham; underground laid abundant key ingredients--coal, iron ore and limestone. After World War II the city grew moderately while retaining its strong Southern character.