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OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-85
OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-85
OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-85
OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-85
OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-85

OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-85

5175 Carmichael Road, Montgomery AL 36106
16 people booked this hotel today
3.7 (255 Ratings)·Good
Mini Fridge
Seating Area
Reception
+ 57 more
King Bed
$43$6130% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-65 & South Blvd
OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-65 & South Blvd
OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-65 & South Blvd
OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-65 & South Blvd
OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-65 & South Blvd

OYO Hotel Montgomery AL I-65 & South Blvd

4243 Inn South Ave, Montgomery, AL 36105
3.4 (197 Ratings)·Fair
Reception
24/7 Checkin
Microwave
+ 29 more
Queen Bed Smoking
$43$5725% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
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Find best hotels in Montgomery starting from $43. OYO offers affordable and budget hotel rooms, near airport and other popular locations in Montgomery with amenities like swimming pool, WiFi & parking space etc. Avail exciting hotel deals & discounts now!
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What are some cheap hotels in Montgomery, AL?

Looking for hotels in Montgomery, AL but on a budget? We have a few choices to save you money:

  • Hotel Montgomery AL I-85: This affordable hotel in Montgomery is close to the airport and other attractions, such as Blount Cultural Center and Eastdale Mall. Here you’ll find rooms with king or full beds, free Wi-Fi, and 24-hour check-in.
  • Hotel Montgomery AL I-65 & South Blvd: Located on the south side of Montgomery, this hotel is wheelchair accessible and offers spacious rooms and one-bedroom suites.
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Where to eat in Montgomery, AL?
  • Cahawba House: There’s often a line out the door at this breakfast and lunch spot near the Capitol Building, but the authentic Southern fare is worth the wait. We recommend the homemade biscuits, beignets, or fried chicken.
  • Vintage Year & Vintage Cafe: Vintage Year is an upscale spot serving hand-cut meats and fresh seafood for dinner with a romantic ambiance. Keeping things lighter for breakfast or lunch? The same owners transformed an old bank across the street into the with indoor/outdoor seating. Order some healthy breakfast and lunch options like paninis, salads, and smoothies.
  • Sous La Terre: Out and about after dark and want to catch some live jazz or blues? This is your spot, with delicious drinks to boot.
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What is there to do in Montgomery, Alabama for kids?
  • Civil Rights Memorial: This black granite memorial is located in an open plaza and honors those killed in the Civil Rights Movement. Visitors can stop by any time, and both young and old can touch and trace the names on the table-like structure.
  • Montgomery Zoo: This reasonably priced excursion ($17 for adults) is home to around 750 animals on 40 acres. Check out the Bengal tiger, ride the train around the grounds, or visit the on-site museum (included with admission).
  • The Ice Palace: Take the family ice skating year-round at this rink in Eastdale Mall. Admission is $8 per person and includes skate rental.
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What is Montgomery, AL famous for?

Montgomery, the capital of Alabama, is rich with historical and cultural sites that honor the Civil Rights Movement.

  • Alabama State Capitol: This stately downtown structure is on the National Register of Historic Places as the first Confederate Capitol. Take a guided tour or explore on your own.
  • Dexter Avenue King Memorial Church: Tour the red brick church where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. served as pastor.
  • National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum: This site, established by the Equal Justice Initiative, is a profoundly moving outdoor memorial memorializing more than 4,400 African Americans killed by lynching between 1877 and 1950. It’s also a museum that investigates America’s legacy of racial injustice. The monument has been called one of the most powerful and moving ever built.
  • Rosa Park Museum: This museum chronicles the life of Rosa Park, who in 1955 refused to give up her seat on a bus, sparking the Montgomery bus boycott and the campaign to end racial segregation.
  • Alabama Shakespeare Festival: This theater, located in Blount Cultural Park, showcases not just Shakespeare, but also musicals, dramas, and original productions on its two stages.
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