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Holiday Inn Birmingham-Airport
5000 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd N
Birmingham, AL 35212
Nightly Rates: 93.00 - 146.26Currency: USD
Excellent service and accommodations await you at the Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport! Located just three minutes from the airport, you will find convenience to everywhere you need to go whether its business or leisure. We offer easy access to I-65 and I-20/59 taking you to popular attractions such as the Civil Rights Museum, Vulcan Park, Barber Motorsports, Robert Trent Jones Golf Course or the new Regions Field to watch the Barons play baseball. Business travelers like our close proximity to major businesses like Coca Cola, Regions headquarters, Alabama Power and UAB. While you are here you will enjoy complimentary wireless Internet throughout the hotel, shuttle service to and from the airport as well as complimentary parking. Start your day off with our hot breakfast buffet or relax with dinner and a cocktail when your day is done. All of our comfortable sleeping rooms offer microwaves and refrigerators, flat screen TVs and coffee service. Get recharged after a long day with a workout in our fitness center located on the main level overlooking the outdoor pool. If you need to finish up at the office please dont hesitate to check out our business center offering access to PCs, with copier and fax services available too! Book your next stay with us today. Youll love our southern hospitality!
Check In: 3:00 PMCheck Out: 12:00 PMTime Zone: GMT
Number of Floors: 9Number of Rooms: 220Number of Suites: 7
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Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center
Birmingham Amtrak Station: • Amtrak
Birmingham: • Amtrak
Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport: • Amtrak
Robert Trent Jones Trail - Ross Bridge: • Magnificient Ross Bridge Golf Course - One of Alabama's biggest attractions.
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute: • The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (BCRI) documents the struggle of African-American citizens in Birmingham to become full participants in the city's government and business community. Because this struggle was a social movement that caught the attent
Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center: • Birmingham's events center. Events of all types are held here.
Birmingham Race Track: • Live dog racing and simulcast horse racing.
Talledega Superspeedway: • Nascar racing and the Interntaional Motorsports Hall of Fame.
Barber Motorsports Park and Museum: • Auto and motorcycle racing series including: Indy, Rolex and AMA. State of the art Barber's Vintage Motorsports Museum houses a large collection of historic racing cars and motorcycles.
Riverchase Galleria Mall: • This is the largest tourist attraction and shopping center in Alabama.
Alabama Sports Hall of Fame: • The purpose of the ASHOF is to honor, preserve and perpetuate the names, deeds and records of those, living and dead, who by achievement or service, have brought lasting fame and honor to the State of Alabama and to themselves through their outstanding ac
Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail: • Come visit some of the most beautiful and challenging golf courses in the south, with 11 courses in the state you are shure to find the Trail both rewarding and challenging. Visit www.rtjgolf.com for more information.
Alabama Adventure: • Large attraction park with all sorts of rides. Fun for the whole family. Closed for the winter season.
Southern Museum of Flight: • A complete history of aviation in the South can is depicted in this museum. Come here to see airplanes and exhibits for all aviation lovers.
Legion Field: • In 1926, construction began on an unpretentious facility that would seat 21,000 spectators. The stadium consisted of the west stands, a press box, and a small seating area on the east side. In 1927, as a means of honoring and providing a memorial to the A
Five Points South Entertainment District: • Located off 20th Street South in Birmingham, AL.
Birmingham Zoo: • It's a very large and diverse zoo.
Botanical Gardens: • Birmingham Botanical Gardens is Alabama's largest living museum with more than 12,000 different plants in its living collections. The Gardens' 67.5 acres contains 25+ unique gardens, 30+ works of original outdoor sculpture and miles of serene paths. The G
Vulcan Park: • Vulcan, Birmingham Alabama's colossal statue is the world's largest cast iron statue and considered one of the most memorable works of civic art in the United States. Designed by Italian artist Giuseppe Moretti and cast from local iron in 1904, it has ove