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I like to stay at the Battle House instead of more modern ("cookie cutter") hotels in Mobile.
In addition to outstanding accommodations, the highlight is their concierge lounge.
Although the food offerings are limited, this is more than compensated by the extremely competent staff (John...More
This is a beautiful property. The staff are great and the accommodations are first class. So nice to see a hotel that has been saved and reopened. I was told this Hotel was closed for 34 years ... what a save! The lobby is magnificent...More
This hotel is registered as a historical landmark. Even if you don't have a chance to stay here, it's worth a visit. The lobby is spectacular. You have to ask about the whispering arch on the second floor. The spa and pool are amazing and...More
Room service was horrible. Housekeeping did not supply basic materials. The restaurant was empty the entire four days we were there. On checkout it took forty minutes to get our car. Very poor experience.More
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Response from RMBattleHouse, Manager at The Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel & SpaResponded 10 August 2018
Dear not Impressive,
I apologize for lack of service that you experienced during your stay. This is not the normal way that we conduct ourselves, we strive to make every guest experience excellent and in this case we fell short of yours and our own...More
Well there is a coffee house corner to the Battle House so you can have something small to eat and drink there. There is A Spot of Tea at 310 Dauphin street which has Breakfast in a Historic setting and there is Bob's... More
Well there is a coffee house corner to the Battle House so you can have something small to eat and drink there. There is A Spot of Tea at 310 Dauphin street which has Breakfast in a Historic setting and there is Bob's Dowtown Restaurant which is a diner that serves breakfast. Those are your best suggestions for something close without having to leave downtown.