Courtyard Birmingham Hoover

1824 Montgomery Highway South, Hoover, Alabama, 35244, United States | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 1824 Montgomery Highway South, Hoover, is near Oak Mountain State Park, Riverchase Galleria, Aldridge Gardens, and Oxmoor Valley Golf Course.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Birmingham Hoover

    Reviewed by katnip236

    Pleasant Stay, Considerate Staff

    Reviewed Jul 5, 2014
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    Very pleasant, considerate staff. We were a mother/daughter duo checking in past midnight, so the staff made sure to give us a room near brightly-lit parking, also asked what floor we prefered. The regular rooms were large and clean, no funky smell that I read in another review (maybe just a little in the stairwells). Courtyard rooms have balconies. Room also had refrigerators & complimentary coffee.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard Birmingham Hoover

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    Travel Blogs from Hoover

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    A travel blog entry by katnip236 on Jul 05, 2014

    Just passing through, so we didn't have to drive too much the next day. Plus better & cheaper hotel since it's in a smaller city. Took forever to drive here, roads were pitch-black & windy as we went around mountains and through parks. Staff was helpful and friendly

    Live Long and Prosper

    A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jul 31, 2014

    4 photos

    ... through).

    The Vulcan statue was the contribution of the burgeoning city of Birmingham to the world at the St. Louis Worlds Fair in 1904. It won the grand prize for the metallurgy pavilion and both the cities of Saint Louis and San Francisco tried to buy the statue after the Fair was over. It is a strange statue, honoring the Roman god of smithying. It is the largest cast iron statue in the country, 57 feet tall; several ...

    Tri-State Tripping

    A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Jul 12, 2014

    6 photos

    ... and desert areas, this is not always possible, and we then have to fall back on CDs. Two Stones CDs (Begger's Banquet & Sticky Fingers), one Led Zeppelin (No. 4), one Beck, one children's CD (which we typically don't play as the boys are into the Stones and Zep as well) and one empty slot, which is now filled with "Dorian Did Dat!!" by "Doreen's Jazz New Orleans". ...

    Urban Exploration of "abandoned" iron factory

    A travel blog entry by thewalshes on Jul 07, 2014

    3 comments, 30 photos

    ... from the blast furnace as well as molten steel flowing into various open conduits and molds. Here I sit on my couch in my central air conditioned RV as I type this with the grim realization that I would have made a lousy factory worker back then....

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    From Birmingham to New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by d-m-adventure on Jun 16, 2014

    51 photos

    ... brochures and snapped a few photos of some magnolias. Wonderfully sweet smell similar to a gardenia.

    We got off the road in Meridan to look for The Dentzel Carousel built in 1904 for the St Louis Expedition & Carousel House. http://www.meridianms.org/index.cfm/cit y-departments/parks-recreation/dentzel- carousel/ Carved from poplar and basswood the detail is amazing. Meridain purchased the ...