MOBILE, ALABAMA PROPERTY EST. 1852 • NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES Built in 1852, Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel & Spa dominated the social scene of Mobile for over 100 years until its closure in the mid-1970s. In 2007, this elegant hotel reopened in grand style to a welcoming public, and in 2009, it was named in the Top 500 Hotels in the World by Travel + Leisure. It is a AAA Four Diamond property and one of National Geographic Traveler’s Top Places to Stay in North America. Throughout its history, Battle House has served as a gathering place for high society and a stopover for American luminaries and statesmen. A trip to the Gulf Coast will be complete only with a night at Battle House on the itinerary. The Battle House stands on the site of General Andrew Jackson’s military headquarters in the War of 1812. ORIGINAL HOTEL LUXURIOUS SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR COLONIAL REVIVAL AMENITIES 238 guestrooms and suites. Each with separate bathtub and shower, 42" LCD TV, and complimentary Wi-Fi access with convenient plug-in panel technology. The Spa at The Battle House offers a spa boutique, massage treatments, salon, large fitness center, outdoor pool, tennis court, driving range, and pool bar. DINING The 100-seat Trellis Room, with its aweinspiring cathedral Tiffany glass ceiling and show kitchen, is the only AAA Four Diamond restaurant in Mobile. The Royal Street Tavern is the perfect place to end a busy day of sightseeing or meetings. The Joe Cain Café, a Mardi Gras-themed restaurant and bar, is open for lunch and dinner. The hotel also offers nightly entertainment. LOCATION In downtown Mobile, adjacent to the entertainment district and across the street from the convention center. The Carnival Museum, the Museum of Mobile, Gulf Quest Maritime Museum, and the Gulf Coast Exploreum and IMAX® just 2 blocks away. Easily accessible from the Interstate 10 and Interstate 65. Mobile Regional Airport: 15 miles, 20 minutes. 26 North Royal Street Mobile, AL 36602 T 251.338.2000
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