Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Homewood, AL

Homewood Hotel 10 Minutes from Downtown Birmingham

Located in a quiet area away I-65, the Country Inn & Suites® from Radisson, Homewood, AL places you within eight kilometres of attractions such as the Birmingham Zoo and Birmingham’s Civil Rights District. Fuel up before surfing the stores in downtown Homewood or purchasing at Riverchase Galleria. Grab a soccer match at the University of Alabama in Birmingham off if you are a sports enthusiast. Here to get work? Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex is an eight-mile driveway from the resort.

After viewing the sights, recharge within our relaxing outdoor pool and spa. We provide a gym for free Wi-Fi, free parking, and workouts that will assist you to remain in contact with friends and loved ones.


Our amenities and services include:

– Free, Hot Breakfast
– Free Wi-Fi
– Heated Outdoor Pool and Hot Tub
– Fitness Center
– Business Center
– Free Parking
-Laundry Facilities


Our Resort Rooms
Our suites and rooms include microwaves and refrigerators, which means it is possible to warm up a snack or sip a refreshing beverage any moment. Sleep awaken to enjoy a cup of java, then well on comfy bedding.

Common room highlights include:

– Free Wi-Fi
– Flat-Screen TV
– Coffee/Tea Facilities with Free Coffee and Tea
– Microwave and Refrigerator
– Free Weekday Newspaper

Bars & Restaurants
You may pick from favourites like eggs and pastries, scrambled at the hot breakfast each day.

For lunch or dinner, stop by nearby restaurants such as Johnny’s to get a taste of good Southern cooking, or drive about 15 minutes to Five Points South, Birmingham’s hot place for delicious dining.


Things to Do in Birmingham
Our resort is about a seven-mile drive from attractions such as the Birmingham Museum of Art along with the famous Riverchase Galleria mall. You could head to research restaurants, shops and also the landmark Vulcan Park, home of the world sculpture.

Nearby attractions include:

Civil Rights District – See major landmarks in Civil Rights history, like the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, in which a 1963 bombing galvanized protests. You can learn about defining moments.

Sports Occasions – Families can cheer about the Blazers and the Bulldogs while seeing the campuses at the University of Alabama in Birmingham and Samford University. Make sure you understand the Birmingham Barons play Regions Field if you like baseball.

Birmingham Zoo – The 122-acre Birmingham Zoo provides a cursory look at royal lions and lions, cute fennec foxes, red pandas and dozens of different creatures. Visitors may see the lorikeets at the Schaeffer Eye Center Aviary.

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