Luxurious furnishings and high-tech amenities fill the non-smoking, 160-year-old Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel and Spa, directly across from the Arthur R. Outlaw Convention Center and featuring free Wi-Fi access, heated outdoor pool, and pampering spa. Built in 1852, the Battle House has been carefully restored to its original architectural splendor. Decorated with furnishings that recall the hotel's proud past, the 238 non-smoking rooms and suites have floor-to-ceiling windows and pillowtop mattresses dressed with soft-to-the-touch linens. Modern touches abound, including 42-inch flat-panel TVs with pay-per-view movies, plug-and-play panels for your electronic devices and free wired and wireless internet access. Work desks and coffeemakers are good for business travelers. Pets are welcome with a one-time fee. There's a 10,000-square-foot spa, a fitness center with free weights and cardio machines and a heated outdoor pool, kiddie pool and hot tub. The hotel's three restaurants serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, and room service is available. Valet parking is available. In Mobile's Central Business District, the Battle House is steps from the waterfront Arthur R. Outlaw Convention Center. Also within walking distance are the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center, the Museum of Mobile and the Mobile Carnival Museum, dedicated to the history and pageantry of Mardi Gras. For some local history, the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park is about two miles east, on the shores of Mobile Bay. Mobile Regional Airport is 13 miles west, and Pensacola International Airport is 56 miles southeast. With a staff that our guests call "the best," the "beautiful" Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel and Spa offers a "stunning" lobby, elegant rooms with "super comfy" beds and a location that's "walking distance to a lot of shops and restaurants."
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