This was a very nice hotel in an old building very central to all the things that we wanted to do for the weekend. The staff is a throwback to a Era of luxury hotels with eager young white people behind the counters and all black red-caps doing the work. It would have been nice to see a little of a mix in the lobby and public areas downstairs.
We had 2 meals; a lunch and a breakfast. Lunch was great. Good fresh food professionally prepared and served. But sunday morning breakfast was not the same story. The food was the same quality but everything else that goes wrong in a restaurant went wrong for us. I'll leave it at that. Plus a closer reading of the menu would have revealed a $5.00 difference between ordering breakfast with and without toast.
Traveller from Atlanta
Located in Downtown Birmingham, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Birmingham Museum of Art and McWane Science Center …More
I was charmed by the lovely furnishings and exterior of this B&B with five or six guest rooms. The inn-keepers were interesting and friendly. My room was particularly large. While it lacked some of the amenities of a larger hotel, the charm of the setting more than made up for that. Guests sat around a large breakfast table and chatted over a full breakfast.
Traveller from Northern California
Located in Downtown Birmingham, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Alabama Museum of Health Sciences and Vulcan …More
Overall, not bad, the bed was very uncomfortable, hard. Housekeeping not great, didn't replenish cups or coffee, skipped us 1 day because they came too early, we asked them to come back, they did, the next day. Front desk was fine with giving us clean towels and coffee & cups for the morning.
Traveller from CT
Located in Downtown Birmingham, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Legion Field, Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens, and …More
Birmingham, Alabama's Magic City, boasts world-renowned healthcare facilities such as the University of Alabama Medical Center and the Children's Hospital of Alabama. Cultural venues include the historic Alabama Theatre, the Alys Stephens Center for the Performing Arts, and the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. The McWane Science Center features hands-on exhibits and an IMAX dome theater.