Local Lodging, Dining, & Transportation

Lodging
DoubleTree Hotel Birmingham
808 South 20th Street South 205-933-9000
Courtyard by Marriott (UAB)
1820 5th Ave. South 205-254-0004
Springhill Suites by Mariott (UAB)
2024 4th Avenue South 205-322-8600
Sheraton Birmingham
2101 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. 205-324-5000
Embassy Suites
2300 Wood Crest Place 205-879-7400
Residence Inn by Marriott (UAB) 821 20th Street South 205-731-9595
Hotel Highland at Five Points 1023 South 20th Street 205-933-9555
     
     
Dining
Dreamland Bar-B-Que
1427 14th Avenue, South 205-933-2133
Highlands
2011 11th Avenue, South 205-939-1400
Lovoy's Italian
1830 29th Ave. South, Homewood 205-870-9811
Ruth's Chris Steak House
2300 Woodcrest PL. 205-879-9995
   
   
Air Transportation
American Airlines
1-800-433-7300
Continental Airlines
1-800-525-0280
Delta Air Lines
1-800-221-1212
Delta Connection/Comair
1-800-221-1212
Southwest Airlines
1-800-435-9792
United Express

1-800-241-6522

US Airways & America West
1-800-428-4322
   
Ground Transportation; Cab and Rental
American Cab 
205-322-2222
Birmingham Cab Company
205-368-4344
Yellow Cab
205-328-4444

Alamo Rental
205-591-4395
Budget Rental
205-322-3596
Enterprise Rental
205-591-1927
 

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