The Redmont Hotel
The Redmont Hotel
211 Fifth Avenue North
History has a way of preserving its finest legacies. In a town thats seen it all from prosperity to despair and back A building, weathered but standing tall A beautifully aged marble floor that still reflects the legacy of the past. The rooms feature a historical feel complemented by todays modern conveniences such as cable television with in-room entertainment, complimentary broadband Internet access, two-line speakerphones with data ports and a full in-room office. Plush furnishings are highlighted with triple sheeting, duvet covers and oversized pillows for comfort. While enjoying a complimentary cup of coffee brewed right in your room youll appreciate extra touches like a brightly lit vanity sink, a hair dryer, branded bath amenities, full length mirrors and the convenience of an iron with ironing board.
Amenities· AM/FM Alarm Clock
· Business Center
· CD Player
· Coffee Maker in Room
· Computer in Room
· City Center
· 24 Hour Front Desk
· Grab Bars in Bathroom
· Hairdryers Available
· Honeymoon Suite
· Ice Machine
· High speed internet access
· Internet Access
· Ironing Board
· King Bed
· In Room Movies
· In Room Movies
· Meeting/Banquet Facilities
· No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
· Night Club
· Ocean View
· No Pets Allowed
· Valet Parking
· Room Service
· Safe Deposit Box
· Free Airport Shuttle
· Tape Recorder
· Television with Cable
· Laundry/Valet Services
· Wake-up Service
· Wheel Chair Access
Room InformationKing Bed DLX Suite
King Bedded Deluxe Oversized Suite with walkin glass shower and plush bedding King bedded deluxe oversited suite with walkin glass shower and plush bedding.
King Bed Non Smoking
Plush white bedding, Two phones, CD Player High Speed Internet, Standard Amenities king bed non-smoking, standard amenities, plush white bedding, two phones, high speed internet. CD player.
King Wheelchair Non Smoking King Wheelchair, Wide Door Ways King Bed Non Smoking that is wheelchair access, wide door ways, tubs with grab bars, hand held showerhead, toilet with grab bars on wall portable seats for shower, lower lights switches, security viewer, loer closet rack
King Wheelchair Smoking King Wheelchair Smoking King bed smoking that is wheelchair access, wider door, tubs with grab bars, hand held showerhead, toil with grab bars, portable shower seats, lower light switches, security viewer
One single bed
Non smoking room with standard amenities Single bedded non smoking room with standard amenities
Two double beds
Non smoking, high speed internet Extra plush bedding, CD Player Two double beds, non smoking room with high speed internet, extra plush bedding, CD player.
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· American Dollars is the native currency.
Traveling North on I-65 Take I-65 north to Third Avenue N. (Exit 260), Go Straight (2) blocks to Fifth Avenue N. Turn right and follow Fifth Avenue to Richard Arrington Blvd (formerly 21 st Street N.) Hotel is on right. Main entrance is on Fifth Avenue N. Traveling South on I-65 Take Sixth Avenue N. Exit. Go straight, one block to Fifth Avenue N. Turn left and follow Fifth Avenue N. to Richard Arrington Boulevard (formerly 21st Street.) Hotel is on right. Main entrance is on Fifth Avenue N. From I-59 South, I-20 West and From International Airport (From Atlanta) Take Exit 125. 22nd Street N. (on left) Turn left and follow 22nd Street to Forth Avenue N. Turn right and go one block to Richard Arrington Blvd (formerly 21 st Street N.) Turn right. Hotel is on right. Main entrance is on Fifth Avenue N. From I-59 North, I-20 East (From Tuscaloosa) Take Exit 125A (17 th Street Exit) Follow the 17 th Street exit to Fifth Avenue N. Turn left and follow Fifth Avenue N. to Richard Arrington Boulevard (formerly 21 st N.) Hotel is on right. Main entrance is on Fifth Avenue N. Downtown The bellman stands ready to assist you with securing a taxi, shuttle van or rental car. Getting around town is easy using the Downtown Dart Trolley. www.bjcta.org Use the Dart Bus in downtown Birmingham and shuttle routes for Titusville. The hours of operation are as follows: North,South Trolley (Darts) Monday-Thursday: 10:00 am to 10:04 pm North, South Trolley (Darts) Friday and Saturday: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm North, South Trolley (Darts) Sunday: 10:00 am to 9:04 pm East, West Trolley (Darts) Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 am to 5:25 pm South Side Loop Trolley (Darts) Monday-Thursday: 11:00 am to 10:17 pm South Side Loop Trolley (Darts) Friday and Saturday: 11:00 am to 11:57 pm South Side Loop Trolley (Darts) Sunday: 11:00 am to 8:57 pm
Guarantee to valid form of payment is required at booking.
Cancel by 4pm day of arrival to avoid penalty of 1 Nights Room Charge.
Restaurant InformationRestaurant / Dining Information
Restaurant The Redmont Cafe Mezzanine Level Enjoy daily dining at Breakfast from 6 am to 11 am, and Lunch from 11 am to 2 pm seven days a week. Our restaurant features an a la carte menu, as well as a southern buffet, Monday through Friday at lunch. Bar and Lounge The Rare Olive Lobby Level This quaint, intimate lounge opens daily from 4 pm daily until 10 pm. A full compliment of beer, wines and spirits is enhanced with a selection of appetizers, salads and a light dinner menu. Unwind the day with soft music and friends or watch the latest sporting event at the rich, wood bar. In-room Dining Touch Room Service Button In-room dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner is available for your convenience between 6 am until 2 pm and from 5 pm to 10 pm.
Meeting FacilityMeeting / Conference Information
Consult with our Sales and Catering professionals and allow us to customize your meeting, training, seminar or social event. Each of our four event spaces offers a unique decor and ambiance. Our restaurant and on-site catering service is available to refresh meeting attendees with a snack break, a quick lunch or private party. Meeting Services and Equipment This equipment is available on-site and a rental may apply based on the scale of your event. Flip Chart and Markers LCD Projector Microphone Internet Access Overhead Projector DVD, CD, VHS Players Large portable televisions Screens
Recreation InformationRecreation Information
24 hour fitness center.
Area AttractionsArea Attractions
For additional entertainment, Birmingham is home to the largest art museum in the Southeast. Youll also find museums dedicated to motorsports, jazz, sports, aviation and the civil rights movement. If outdoor activities are your interest, Birminghams warm summers and mild winters allow you to enjoy nearby golf courses on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, the regions largest zoo and the beauty of the nearby Appalachian Foothills, Red Mountain (for which our hotel was named!) and Ruffner Mountain. Bring your hiking boots! Recommended local attractions include: Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame Located in the historic Carver Theater, the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame contains numerous exhibits on famous Alabama natives like Erskine Hawkins and Sun Ra, both of whom have contributed to the world of jazz. www.jazzhall.com Alabama Sports Hall of Fame The Sports Hall of Fame pays tribute to sports heroes with ties to the state of Alabama. Exhibits give visitors a look at Alabama sports legends such as Olympic Medalist Jesse Owens, former Alabama Crimson Tide Coach Paul 'Bear' Bryant, and Baseball Hall of Famer Willie Mays. www.ashof.org Alabama Theatre for The Performing Arts The historic 1927 theatre is home to 'The Mighty Wurlitzer' organ. The theatre annually draws 400,000 people into downtown Birmingham for a wide variety of events: Broadway shows, ballets, operas, concerts, parties, weddings, fashion shows, beauty pageants and classic films. www.alabamatheatre.com Barber Village Motorsports Park The Barber Motorsports Park is the new home of The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum with an impressive collection that includes more than 750 motorcycles and 45 cars. www.barbermuseum.org Birmingham Botanical Gardens The Birmingham Botanical Gardens feature 67 acres of glorious nature including the spectacular Southern Living gardens. And its right next to the Zoo. www.bbgardens.org Birmingham Civil Rights Institute From post-World War I racial segregation to present-day racial progress, this multi-media facility is home to a variety of interesting exhibits. www.bcri.org Birmingham Museum of Art The Birmingham Museum of Art is the largest municipal museum in the Southeast. It boasts an outstanding collection of over 21,000 works of art from around the world. www.artsbma.org Birmingham Zoo See more than 700 wild animals in the heart of Alabama at the Birmingham Zoo! From alligators and ostriches to kudus and lorikeets, this beautiful park will entertain all day. www.birminghamzoo.com McWane Center Featuring Adventures in Science, a hands on learning adventure, along with the IMAX Dome Theatre, all waiting for you in downtown Birmingham. www.mcwane.org Rickwood Field Rickwood Field is Americas oldest ballpark. See and experience baseball as it once was. www.rickwood.com Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark The giant Sloss Furnaces produced pig iron, iron that fed Birmingham's foundries and mills for almost 90 years. Now recognized as a National Historic Landmark, Sloss Furnaces is open to the public as a museum of industry. www.slossfurnaces.com Vulcan Park With its peculiar name, Vulcan Park is home to the worlds largest cast iron statue and features spectacular panoramic views of Birmingham. Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and forge, was originally built for the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904 to represent Birmingham's iron industry. www.vulcanpark.org