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BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA PROPERTY EST. 1925 • NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES At the time of its opening in 1925, the Redmont Hotel offered unique features, such as private baths attached to each guestroom, chilled running water, and ceiling fans. Today, the newly renovated boutique hotel combines the historic charm with a touch of modern flair. Stepping inside the hotel, guests are transported by its beautifully maintained original details, vaulted ceilings with decorative moldings, a custom 10-foot crystal chandelier, and an expansive staircase featuring marble steps and the original iron handrail. With jewel-toned finishes featured throughout each guestroom, accompanied by marble-clad baths, The Redmont offers an entirely new luxurious feel to anyone visiting Birmingham’s historic downtown. Hank Williams spent his last night before his death in January 1953 at the hotel, and was originally the final stop on Alabama’s most traveled historic ghost tour. ORIGINAL HOTEL CLASSIC SERVICE BLENDED DÉCOR CLASSICAL REVIVAL AMENITIES 101 guestrooms and 11 suites boast luxurious bedding, complimentary high-speed Internet access, spacious work desk, ergonomic executive chair, 40" LCD Tvs, in-room Keurig® coffee and tea service, and aromatherapy bath products. Guests also enjoy 24-hour fitness center, complimentary connectivity zone, 24-hour Sundries Shop, valet parking, and a business center. DINING The hotel offers three dining options. 2101 Café serves locally roasted coffee and espresso, as well as in-house pastries and baked goods. The hotel’s rooftop lounge hosts local musicians and serves a variety of drinks and freshly prepared small plates. Harvest is a fine-dining establishment that uses local ingredients to create modern dishes with a heavy Italian influence. Room service is available. LOCATION In the heart of downtown Birmingham, nestled between the banking and law districts, and just a few blocks away from the historic Alabama and Lyric theaters, McWane Science Center, Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex, and the shopping and nightlife along 2nd Avenue North. Birmingham Int’l Airport: 5.9 miles, 12 minutes. 2101 5th Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35203 T 205.957.6828
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