Prices are in Australian Dollars.
Located in Downtown Birmingham, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of 16th Street Baptist Church and Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame and Birmingham Museum of Art are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Pros: Classic motor inn that's been kept up very well. Old-school shower and tub (with tile, not a plastic insert), and mold-free. Charmless neighborhood, about a mile from downtown. Small fridge was very cold, and A/C worked great. Friendly and family run.Cons: Pool in the middle of the parking lot was filled in and had the feel of an ancient monument to former glory.
More of a Motel than an Inn . . .Pros: The man who worked at the front desk was very sweet and helpful he made me feel right at home asking him about anything I needed. The room was fairly large and very clean and despite the motel-ish Inn being a little shady I felt very safe and secure it the room.Cons: The hotel was in kind of a sketchy part of town. There are not any restaurants or anything near by. It was perfect for me because it was central to where I needed to be but otherwise I would not have liked the area. Also the swimming pool has been filled in with vegetation and there is no breakfast whatsoever and barely any coffee.
Pros: Cleanliness, nice staff, fair price. Stayed one night for an graduate school interview with my dad . Location is perfect. Close to downtown and no traffic.Cons: I had a difficult time regulating the temperature. The vent isnt digitilzed so you can't regulate it as well.
Pros: Close to attractions.Cons: Small rooms.
Good value and locationPros: Staff was very nice and room was clean. Good choice for one or two nights. Location is a little sketchy but really not bad and close to downtown bars, restaurants, etc.Cons: 2 lamps in our room didn't work