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“Does Not Require a Lease or Minimum Length of Stay”“Each Suite Features: Fully-equipped kitchen Including full-size refrigerator with i
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“Selma Hotel Offers Access to History You Can See”“The Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites in Selma offers close proximity to many Selma attr
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“Welcome to the Quaint and Charming Town of Troy, Alabama.”“The Holiday Inn Express Hotel Troy exhibits all the southern hospitality of the area and
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“Great Customer Service”Member, Gina, Anniston - “I got lost and called the hotel for directions. Bridget
Said about: Embassy Suites Montgomery Hotel & Conference Center

“Best Place To Stay In Montgomery”Member, Chi Hu, Charlotte - “This is one of the best hotels I've stayed at. The r
Said about: Fairfield Inn & Suites Montgomery-EastChase Parkway

“Clean and Decent”Member, Chi Hu, Charlotte - “These rooms are all outside rooms where you enter yo
Said about: La Quinta Montgomery

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Often called the birthplace of both the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement, Alabama's capital -- formed in the early 1800s from two communities, East Alabama and New Philadelphia -- still serves as a capital of the Old South. Montgomery is where Jefferson Davis became president of the Confederacy in 1861, and where Rosa Parks, less than 100 years later, refused to ride in the back of a bus. Montgomery has preserved much of its history through assorted museums, memorials and attractions. In the late 1800s, Montgomery became the first town to have an electric streetcar system, and was home to the first school of powered aviation, begun by the Wright brothers in 1910. Attractions include the Historic Union Station, centerpiece of the city's riverfront and home to the Montgomery Area Visitor Center. Other attractions include the Confederate War Memorial, First White House of the Confederacy, Governor's Mansion, Dexter Parsonage, the Hank Williams Memorial, and Montgomery Zoo. Civil rights issues are underscored at the Rosa Parks Library & Museum, the Civil Rights Memorial, and the African American Cultural Center at Alabama State University. Shoppers head for Montgomery Mall, Eastdale Mall, EastChase, Eastbrook Flea Market and Antique Mall and to dozens of boutique and specialty stores. Montgomery chefs are known for mastery of down home Southern cooking, from casual to fine fare, from fresh seafood straight from the Gulf of Mexico, to steaks seasoned with plenty of local flavor. Dramatic revitalization in the downtown riverfront district is bringing a convention center and four-star hotel opening in 2007, a spectacular Riverwalk, a multi-use baseball stadium, and entertainment venues. Montgomery accommodations range from family run inns and motels to business hotels, and lodging is taxed at 12 percent.

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Hotels located in the area south of Montgomery including the cities of Greenville, Evergreen, Troy, Andalusia and Camden.
Hotels located in the area north of Montgomery including the cities of Prattville, Clanton, Selma, Tuskegee and Alexander City.

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Area Facts: Montgomery is the home town of a diverse group of musicians, which includes Nat King Cole, Nell Rankin, Toni Tennille, Clarence Carter and Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton. The local area code for Montgomery, Alabama is 334.

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