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With its dazzling scenic beauty, pristine Gulf beaches, and historic cities that bore witness to pivotal shifts in American history, Alabama certainly boasts an exciting mix of history, cultures, and landscapes. But perhaps it is its warm Southern welcome that makes the biggest impression. Nothing says Alabama hospitality more than its legendary food scene, from freshly fried shrimp to decadent desserts. Come for the culture and leave with a mind full of memories—and a belly fully satisfied.

Hotels in Alabama

Among the most popular hotels in Alabama are the grand historic establishments to be found in the state’s older towns, like Montgomery. Of course, you’ll also find modern hotels here too, especially on the coast around Mobile, catering for those wanting the convenience and comfort of contemporary facilities. There are plenty of charming bed and breakfasts in Alabama’s smaller towns and communities. These offer the best in Southern hospitality alongside some great Alabama hotel deals. For those wanting to enjoy their time under the state’s famed blue skies, a stay in one of its country clubs and golf hotels means you can tee off on world-class greens.

Things to see in Alabama

Alabama is well known for its sunny climate and great outdoor vibe, but it also provides plenty of opportunities for exploration and discovery. For those seeking a better understanding of the historic events that shaped the nation in the 1950s and 1960s, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute provides heartfelt insights. The U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville explores a different kind of dream—the desire to reach for the stars. As well as historic exhibits from the space race, the Center covers the future of technology too, with exciting competitions and several Space and Robotics Camps. For the more earth-bound, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail provides a chance to crisscross the state while enjoying Alabama’s finest golf courses. More family-friendly fun can be had at Birmingham Zoo, which is a leading light in animal conservation, as well as featuring exciting animatronic dinosaur displays.

Where to stay in Alabama

Birmingham is the state’s biggest city, with a wealth of opportunities for shopping, entertainment, and heritage sites to explore. This is also where many Alabama-bound visitors choose to stay. As one of the most important financial centers in the Southeast, Birmingham also pulls in business travelers too. The small Gulf-coast city of Mobile, by contrast, offers visitors some 300 years of cultural diversity, which includes the spectacle of the nation’s oldest Mardi Gras. Families are inevitably drawn to the nearby Gulf Shores with its white-sugar sands and tranquil, warm waters—the best beach hotels in Alabama can be found here. Lastly, Montgomery hotels offer a great base for exploring the pivotal role this Southern state has played in shaping national history.

How to get to Alabama

For travelers who are flying into Alabama, Birmingham-Shuttlesworth Airport is the main regional hub. Some flights also come in to smaller cities such as Mobile, Montgomery, and Huntsville. Birmingham also lies at the heart of travel plans for those driving here, with 4 interstates connecting to the city. I-65 comes down from Tennessee to the north, running through Birmingham southward and on to Mobile. I-59 comes from Chattanooga to the northeast, while I-20 connects from Atlanta, before heading out to Jackson, Mississippi in the west. Memphis connects to Birmingham along I-20. Railroad travelers can choose between stops at Anniston, Birmingham, and Tuscaloosa on the main east coast Amtrak lines.

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