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|Distance to city centre||7.8 km|
|Distance to airport||11.2 km|
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|location was great||in 35 reviews|
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Comfortable bed clean shower with the right water adjustment always when the right room is given.
The Sweet Elderly Lady Front Associate not working and the smoking rooms need to be aired out.
The breakfast didn't have. anything except some cheap powdered donuts that were old and some watered down coffee in a canister. The was cold cereal and milk. There was no eggs or selections of any eggs or hot cereal I was charged for breakdast.
Price was highrr than what was advertised on their direct website.
The latch was busted and there was no chain on the door so that was a bit unsettling.
The staff was rude and the property was not clean. The beds were poorly put together and cheap. The sheets were filthy and the room smelled awful. We checked in and checked back out.
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 Alabama’s 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 world’s 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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Most popular landmarks
- Mobile Museum of Art 3.5 km
- Bragg-Mitchell Mansion 3.7 km
- Hank Aaron Stadium 4.7 km
- Laad-Peebles Stadium 4.8 km
- Oakleigh Historic Complex 6.2 km
- National African American Archives and Museum 7.1 km
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