Property was absolutely gorgeous and very well kept. All the comforts of being home yet having the luxuries of still being away. Without a doubt would love to come back and stay in this home!
Our overall experience was nice! Quiet neighborhood. Just make sure you read the owners manual. It was my fault I didn’t read it, so we couldn’t use the washer and dryer to do our laundry. Susie offer to do it for us but it was ok.
No breakfast bar. That is a nice convenience when you have an appointment to get to
LOVE OUR STAY!!! THE STAFF WAS SUPER HELPFUL AND FRIENDLY!!!
Nice place. Rooms should cover cost of parking... it’s not a holiday inn... Should have free internet. It’s 2019
Very nice hotel, but did not like paying to park my own car or $12 for breakfast that wasn't that good.
Other than all the Hookers outside and the neighborhood, it was a nice stay!
Next to centraplex. Convenient to college. Great breakfast polite employees
Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens is a highly popular attraction that deserves to be at the very top of your to-do list.
It is situated in Birmingham, around 85 miles from Montgomery, the state capital.
You won't have to panic about finding a room. There are 2 in the immediate vicinity. The Days Inn Birmingham/West and Tourway Inn are good candidates, and they're just 2 miles from Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens.
There are some affordable accommodation options locally. The Candlewood Suites Birmingham/Homewood and the Comfort Inn Birmingham are a few places you'll want to think about.
If you want to pamper yourself, experience first-rate service and just relax, look into some of the upmarket hotels a short drive away. Among the finest establishments are the Westin Birmingham and the Grand Bohemian Hotel Mountain Brook, Autograph Collection.
Explore Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens and then go to Rally's (636 Lomb Avenue, Birmingham) for a delightful meal. After, watch the stiff elixirs flow at The Palace (610 3rd Avenue West, Birmingham).