Visit our Tuscaloosa Hotel near the University of Alabama
Just off I-20 and I-59, the Country Inn & Suites Tuscaloosa Hotel is conveniently located near the University of Alabama, Bryant-Denny Stadium and the Paul W. Bryant Museum, which chronicles the history of the Crimson Tide football team. In addition to university attractions, you can also tour the 19th-century Battle-Friedman House, catch a film at the historic Bama Theatre and check out incredible new car designs at the Mercedes-Benz Visitor Center. If you’re looking for outdoor adventure, visit the Moundville Archaeological Park or book a sightseeing cruise on the beautiful Bama Belle Riverboat. Be sure to ask the front desk about coupons and discounts available for nearby attractions.
Our Tuscaloosa hotel is located near the following attractions:
- Bama Belle Riverboat (4.3 miles)
The Bama Belle is a beautiful replica of the turn-of-the-century riverboats that traveled on Tuscaloosa's Black Warrior River. Book a daytime sightseeing cruise or a relaxing dinner cruise.
Phone: +1 (205) 339-1108
- Bama Theatre (4 miles)
Originally built in 1938, this downtown landmark now hosts the Bama Art House Film Series as well as concerts, acoustic nights and performances by local theater groups.
Phone: +1 (205) 758-5195
- Battle-Friedman House (3.7 miles)
This restored 1830s house features antique chandeliers, Renaissance Revival furniture and the only remaining antebellum garden in the state. The house is open for guided tours and private events
Phone: +1 (205) 758-6138
- Bryant-Denny Stadium (3.2 miles)
Just 10 minutes from our hotel, Bryant-Denny Stadium is home to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide. The stadium is considered one of the best in the country.
Phone:+1 (205) 348-3600
- Jemison-Van de Graaff Mansion (3.5 miles)
Constructed during the second half of the 19th century, this gorgeous Italianate mansion hosts various activities and is available for private events and tours.
Phone: +1 (205) 758-2906
- Kentuck Art Center & Museum (5 miles)
Showcasing Southern folk art, the Kentuck Art Center & Museum offers a taste of local talent. Make sure to stop by the Gallery Shop, which sells everything from pottery to jewelry.
Phone: +1 (205) 758-1257
- Midtown Village
Grab a latte from Starbucks before browsing Old Navy, Ulta, Charming Charlie and other major retailers at this pedestiran-friendly shopping center.
- Mercedes-Benz Visitor Center (5.1 miles)
Learn about the history of this renowned automobile manufacturer as you tour their modern facilities, where you can watch robots at work and get a firsthand look at future car designs.
Phone: +1 (205) 507-2252
- Moundville Archaeological Park (12 miles)
This archaeological site was the largest city in the North America some 800 years ago. Today, you can view more than 200 excavated artifacts, including clothing, jewelry, pottery and ceremonial objects.
Phone: +1 (205) 371-8732
- Paul W. Bryant Museum (3 miles)
Located on campus, this Crimson Tide museum chronicles the team’s long history and the career of former coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. Exhibits include photos, trophies and a Waterford crystal replica of Bryant's houndstooth hat.
Phone: +1 (205) 348-4668
- University of Alabama (3.7 miles)
Our hotel near the University of Alabama is ideal for prospective students, visiting families and Crimson Tide fans. The beautiful campus hosts numerous events throughout the year.
Phone: +1 (205) 348-6010
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