The 3-star budget Super 8 By Wyndham Mobile/Tillmans Corner is a casual, yet elegant choice that features free self-parking and an outdoor swimming pool as well as room rates at 80US$. For travelers who are interested in Mobile's attractions, consider staying in a hotel situated near Tillman Corner Church of God, such as the budget-friendly Quality Inn Mobile, which is a 25-minute walk away.
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Luxury and boutique accommodation in Mobile
The Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel And Spa is 4-star accommodation with the best location right next to Crescent Theater. We've hand-picked the best boutique hotels, such as Hilton Garden Inn Mobile West or Hampton Inn & Suites Mobile- Downtown Historic District in Mobile. If you are used to the comfort and style of chain hotels, pick Port City Motel, which is also a 30-minute walk away from Video Express.
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B&Bs in Mobile include Kitchenette #1 and Comfortable Luxury Southern Tradition. Hampton Inn Mobile-I-10/Bellingrath Gardens is family-friendly accommodation situated within walking distance to Theodore United Methodist Church. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 13 hotels in Mobile, Holiday Inn Mobile Airport or Berney Fly Bed And Breakfast among them.
City Guide: Discover the best of Mobile
Mobile is the home of the shipping industry in Alabama.
The city's gateway location to the Gulf of Mexico has made it a perfect crossing for goods exchange for more than 300 years. It served as the capital of the Colony of Louisiana, and saw the British and Spanish rule, but always stuck to shipping as the preeminent business to earn money for the city.
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What introduced Mobile to the world was tourism. This business started to bring money to the city in the 20th century. Tourism slowed in 2005 when hurricane Katrina hit the area. Even though it suffered less than nearby New Orleans, almost all downtown of Mobile was destroyed and it took time to recover.
Today the city offers an explosive mix of interesting sites and events. For example, you can enjoy Mardi Gras celebration, the oldest party in America from 1703. It lasts for two weeks in February and offers unforgettable days out for families, couples and solo travelers.
If parties make you tired than the best escape is sightseeing. The city has many interesting places to see. You can start your tour of the city from a visit to Mobile Museum of Art, and then continue in the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion - the largest historical place in the area.
Other attractions include;
- Historic Fort Conde, a fort built in 1723
- Bellingrath Gardens, a beautiful green area to relax
- Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, an exemplary of neo classical architecture from 1835
- Battleship Memorial Park has a rich collection of aircraft
The first to settle in the area were the French who established Mobile in 1702 as the first colony of Louisiana. In 1763 it was ceded to the British together with the rest of French colonies. Even though the French returned to Mobile under Napoleon's rule, finally it was incorporated to the United States.
Today it thrives on tourists' interest to the city because of its water recreation, excellent for fishing, boating, and cruises and on the shore you can also enjoy golf. Booked.net can organize your unforgettable vacation in Mobile with just a click.