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Red Roof Inn Mobile-Midtown
1 East I-65 Service Road South
Mobile, AL 36606
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Nightly Rates: 49.99 - 59.99Currency: USD
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Hotel Description
Visit our Red Roof Inn Mobile - Midtown and enjoy the home of the original Mardi Gras. Once called the Paris of the South, Mobile has long been a cultural center. Mobile is Alabamas only seaport and lies on the Gulf Coast where the Mobile River enters Mobile Bay. This 300 year old port city is the oldest and largest along the Gulf Coast. There are nine historic districts and several historic homes like the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion and Conde-Charlotte Museum House that are open to the public. Langan Park contains the Mobile Botanical Gardens, the Mobile Museum of Art and the Playhouse in the Park. The Mobile Zoo showcases animals from all around the world and also contains a replica Western town. Just minutes away is the worlds largest outdoor tennis facility, the Mobile Tennis Center. The Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center offers a variety of accommodations and amenities for events of all kinds. Mobile exudes southern charm and is a year-round tourist destination with hot summers and mild winters.
Check In: 3:00 PMCheck Out: 11:00 AMTime Zone: GMT
Number of Floors: 2Number of Rooms: 72Number of Suites: 0
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Location Description
Visit our Red Roof Inn Mobile - Midtown and enjoy the home of the original Mardi Gras. Once called the Paris of the South, Mobile has long been a cultural center. Mobile is Alabamas only seaport and lies on the Gulf Coast where the Mobile River enters Mobile Bay. This 300 year old port city is the oldest and largest along the Gulf Coast. There are nine historic districts and several historic homes like the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion and Conde-Charlotte Museum House that are open to the public. Langan Park contains the Mobile Botanical Gardens, the Mobile Museum of Art and the Playhouse in the Park. The Mobile Zoo showcases animals from all around the world and also contains a replica Western town. Just minutes away is the worlds largest outdoor tennis facility, the Mobile Tennis Center. The Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center offers a variety of accommodations and amenities for events of all kinds. Mobile exudes southern charm and is a year-round tourist destination with hot summers and mild winters.
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Area Attractions
Bragg-Mitchell Mansion
Carnival Museum
Bel-Air Mall
Bellingrath Gardens
Greater Gulf State Fairgrounds
Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center
Mobile Botanical Gardens
Mobile Civic Center
Mobile Convention Center
Mobile Museum of Art
Mobile Zoo
Municipal (Langan) Park
Regal Cinemas Mobile
USS Alabama Battleship
University of South Alabama
Mobile Municipal

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