Mobile Hotels

As abundant as the Mobile attractions are, so too are the Mobile lodging options. There are plenty of Mobile hotels where you can enjoy an amenity-filled stay if your budget allows, but even if you're tight on cash, the cheaper options are usually none too shabby either. As is true of most Alabama cities where tourism is among the top industries, Mobile is home to quite a few discount hotels, so you can take it easy on your travel budget if that's what you're after. In addition to the more standard Mobile hotels, there are also some bed and breakfasts to consider, and if you like camping, places like the Shady Acres Campground are worth a look. Finding the ideal accommodation in Mobile Alabama to suit your wants and needs shouldn't be a problem, unless you choose to arrive during Mardi Gras without reservations. In any event, the following Mobile lodging recommendations aim to key you in on some of the top establishments in the land.

When it comes to the upscale Mobile hotels, The Battle House - A Renaissance Hotel is arguably the city's top option. A stunning lobby isn't the only thing that the downtown Battle House boasts. The 207 rooms and the 31 suites here are also quite impressive. There's also an inviting 10,000-square-foot spa here, not to mention an appetizing Italian restaurant, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Italian restaurant isn't the only place where you can enjoy a nice meal when staying at The Battle House, as there is also a cafe/sports bar and a tavern onsite. Both business and leisure travelers are encouraged to book a stay at this Marriott offering, and if you have work to do, the total meeting and event space tops out at around 27,000 square feet. In addition to the facilities already listed, The Battle House also offers a fitness center where you can enjoy a full workout if you please. As for the rooms, they are spaced out over the hotel's eight floors. If you have a bit extra to spend, you might opt for a club-level room, which comes with several perks. All of the rooms and suites here are well-appointed, and standard amenities include luxurious bedding, cable TV, individual climate control, an alarm clock, air conditioning, and basics like a coffee maker and a hair dryer. While it is easily one of the more luxurious Mobile lodging choices, The Battle House still manages to offer some pretty agreeable rates. As a side note, if you're interested in The Battle House, you will also do well to take a look at the Mobile Marriott, which offers an upscale experience as well.

While the aforementioned Marriott hotels are terrific places to stay during your southern Alabama vacation, those looking to spend less might consider the Wingate by Wyndham Mobile. You can hardly argue with the rates here, especially when you consider what you get in return. The Wingate by Wyndham Mobile can be found on the fringes of the downtown area, and when you're not heading into town to enjoy the various downtown Mobile attractions, the hotel also offers relative proximity to some of the area's top golf courses, including Magnolia Grove, which pertains to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Plenty of extra perks help to make the already friendly rates here even more amicable, and they include an extended continental breakfast, free high-speed internet access, free local calls, and free parking for those who are not planning to head to the new Alabama cruise port to hop on a ship. If you are going to go on a cruise, parking is available for a reasonable fee. The Wingate by Wyndham Mobile offers a free shuttle to the cruise port, and it also hits the airport if you need to head there. Among the hotel's facilities are an outdoor pool, meeting space, and a fitness center. In the clean and cozy rooms, standard amenities include cable TV, air conditioning, a mini-fridge, a complimentary weekday newspaper, and a work desk. Rooms with king-sized beds or two queens are available, and you can bump up to a larger suite if you want extra space and a kitchenette.

The Mobile lodging scene includes a few unique properties, and among the most interesting is the Malaga Inn, which enjoys a great downtown location. There aren't many Alabama hotels like this one, as its 40 rooms are located in two Landmark Townhouses that date back to 1862. While the overall amenities are a bit scant, the Malaga Inn is worth placement on your Mobile lodging list of possibilities. As for the charming rooms here, they are all outfitted with a classic Southern decor, and amenities that you can expect include air-conditioning, a large bathroom and dressing area, down pillows, and complimentary wireless internet access. Parking is free, as is a daily continental breakfast. A terrific location and even better rates are what the Malaga Inn is all about, and if you're looking for a break from the more standard Mobile hotels, it's a great choice. There are also some nice bed and breakfasts close to the Malaga Inn, and while more expensive on average, they are worth a look as well.

There are a good amount of cheap hotels in Mobile, so you can save up for other things when you visit, such as shopping. While the Wingate by Wyndham Mobile and the Malaga Inn are already pretty cheap by most people's standards, you can save even more if you manage to secure a room at the newer La Quinta Inn Mobile, which can be found just west of the historic downtown quarter. As mentioned, saving money at one of the cheap hotels in Mobile can allow for more shopping, and there are two malls that are within walking distance of the hotel. As such, you can also find an array of restaurants close by. As if the rates at the La Quinta Inn Mobile weren't already satisfying enough, free internet access is included in them, as are free local calls, free parking, and a free breakfast. Being that the La Quinta Inn Mobile is a newer property, all of the rooms are quite fresh. When it comes to the in-room amenities, they include an alarm clock, cable TV, a dataport telephone, air conditioning, a coffee maker, a hair dryer, and an iron and ironing board. Outside of the rooms, the La Quinta Inn offers laundry facilities, an outdoor swimming pool, and a fitness center. Easily one of the better cheap hotels in Mobile, this La Quinta is definitely worth a look.

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