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Located in the heart of downtown Birmingham, Alabama, the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Birmingham is ideally situated in the vibrant Southside neighborhood. Only 7 miles from Birmingham International Airport (BHM) and adjacent to the University of Alabama (UAB) campus, our Birmingham hotel is just two blocks from the Five Points South Historic District. We are within walking distance to seven hospitals including UAB Hospital, Kirklin Clinic and Children’s Health Systems.
Retreat to a spacious guest room featuring signature bedding, high-speed internet access and a large desk with an ergonomic chair. Savor American cuisine at 808 south-a bistro, a casual restaurant, or relax in our lobby lounge. With 15,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting and event space and a dedicated event and catering staff, our DoubleTree hotel in Birmingham is ideal for your business meeting, conference, or special event with up to 900 guests. The 24-hour business center provides supportive services to help you be successful. Maintain your exercise regimen in our fitness center or swim laps in the outdoor pool.
Take a tour of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, or attend UAB graduation or sporting events. Explore Birmingham’s history as an industrial city at the Vulcan Park & Museum and Sloss Furnaces. Learn about important events in U.S. history at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. Spend the day at the Birmingham Zoo & Botanical Gardens or the McWane Science Center. Attend exhilarating races at Barber Motorsports Park.
In compliance with a City of Birmingham ordinance, The DoubleTree by Hilton Birmingham is a 100% smoke free environment.
From antebellum homes to modern art, Birmingham is a city of history, culture and adventure. Tour Arlington Antebellum Home & Gardens, built in the 1840s. Trace the development of the American Civil Rights Movement at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and 16th Street Baptist Church. Take a tour of Sloss Furnaces, now a National Historic Landmark, for a glimpse into the iron industry that helped establish Birmingham. Marvel at the largest cast iron statue in America at the Vulcan Park & Museum. Spend the day exploring the Birmingham Zoo & Botanical Gardens. Visit diverse museums such as the McWane Science Center & IMAX Theater and the Birmingham Museum of Art. Visit the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame and attend a concert at the historic Carver Theatre. Attend thrilling races at Barber Motorsports Park. Visit Rickwood Field, the oldest surviving professional baseball park in the United States.