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Holiday Inn Guin
5750 Highway 44
Guin, AL 35563
Nightly Rates: 119.00 - 119.00Currency: USD
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Welcome to the Holiday Inn - Guin/Winfield. Minutes from downtown, travelers appreciate how our corporate atmosphere makes comfort and convenience a top priority. We are centrally located between Memphis, Tennessee and Birmingham, Alabama, and will meet you in the middle. We are just a short drive from Tupelo, Mississippi (TUP); offering the finest in upscale hotel services. This Alabama hotel will help maintain your exercise regimen by accessing our Fitness Center or by taking a swim in our pool. You can catch up on work in our Business Center which includes computers and printers. Grille 22, the only fine dining location in the area, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Enjoy Grille 22 nightly drink specials or for your convenience, we offer in room dining seven nights a week. Our event space and outstanding service makes Holiday Inn - Guin/Winfield your preferred facility for weddings, meetings, banquets, reunions and conventions. Attractions near hotel include: Guin-Hayden Riley Park & Waterpark, Pikeville Country Club, Natural Bridge, and Marion County Lake. Relax, its Holiday Inn - where kids stay and eat free.
Check In: 3:00 PMCheck Out: 11:00 AMTime Zone: GMT
Number of Floors: 4Number of Rooms: 99Number of Suites: 0
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Hotel Amenities
• Accessible facilities • Air conditioning individually controlled in room • Cocktail lounge • Coffee/Tea maker • Color television • Cribs • Desk with lamp • Direct dial telephone • Dry cleaning • Evening reception • Free parking • Golf • Grocery shopping service available • Hairdryer • High speed internet connection • Housekeeping - daily • Housekeeping - weekly • Ice machine • Interior corridors • Ironing board • Late check-out available • Lounges/bars • Meeting rooms • Mini-refrigerator • Non-smoking • On-Site parking • Onsite laundry • Outdoor pool • Parking • Pets allowed • Premium movie channels • Private bathroom • Public area air conditioned • Restaurant • Rollaway bed • Room service • Safe • Satellite television • Separate closet • Spare electrical outlet available at desk • Tennis court • Transportation services - local area • Two-line phone • Voice mail • Wireless internet connection • Wireless internet connection in public areas
Room Info
: Connecting rooms, Bathtub
two queen beds non smoking: TV
king executive non smoking: TV
king leisure non smoking: TV
standard room: TV
2 bed mobility accessible roll shower non smoking: TV
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Area Attractions
Tupelo Convention Center
No fairgrounds in the area
Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport
Pikeville Country Club
Dismals Canyon: • The naturally occuring canyon is located beneath picturesque Rainbow Falls and boasts a 1.5 mile hiking trail right on the canyon floor, complete with natural bridges and hidden waterfalls. The site features a picnic area perfect for large groups.
Guin Waterpark: • A fun-filled, family-oriented water experience with a large slide and child's splash fountain. Located within ten minutes of the hotel.
Natural Bridge: • Natural Bridge is the longest natural bridge east of the Rocky Mountains. The park includes picnic accommodations, an artesian well which supplies drinking fountains, a gift shop featuring hand-crafted items, 27 varieties of fern, a variety of hemlock whi
University of Alabama: • The University of Alabama is a premier educational institution noted nationally for its athletic programs. The hotel is located just over an hour from campus and provides a quiet location for guests who wish to travel to Tuscaloosa for football games with
Blue Moon Drive-In: • One of the 338 remaining drive-in movie theaters in the United States, the Blue Moon Drive-In features two screens, each with a double feature offered at the price of a single movie ticket. Concessions available at the theater.
Bankhead National Forrest: • This attraction is a national treasure filled with old growth timber and camping/outdoor recreational opportunities, covering 181,230 acres and offering over 90 miles of recreational trails. There are also 13.3 miles of trails in the wilderness designated