Alta Vista Hotel & Conference Center

260 Goodwin Crest Dr BirminghamAL35209
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Alta Vista Hotel & Conference Center
Alta Vista Hotel & Conference Center
Alta Vista Hotel & Conference Center
Alta Vista Hotel & Conference Center

Description

Alta Vista Hotel And Confrence Center was founded in 2000, and is located at 260 Goodwin Crest Dr in Birmingham. It employs 30 employees and is generating approximately $1,100,000.00 in annual revenue.
by dandb on April 26, 2016 from dandb

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-meal plans

-no meal plans offered

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-dining

the alta vista hotel is just minutes away from

various eateries. Fine dining to fast food by

taking the green springs highway to downtown

birmingham, homewood business district, to lake

shore highway.you are sure to find all sorts of

restaurants of your choice for any time of the

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by travelocity on August 17, 2011 from travelocity

Editorial Reviews

Mid-priced hotel offers a comfortable stay to travelers with its restful Quality Sleeper beds and free daily newspapers.:
In ShortGuests enjoy high value and comfort with this hotel's accommodations. Clean, relaxing rooms feature the signature Quality Sleeper beds by Serta, in-room coffeemakers, free local calls and complimentary daily newspapers. Many locations also feature high-speed Internet, a swimming pool, guest laundry facilities and exercise rooms. In addition, some hotels also include restaurants that...
by judysbook on October 04, 2008 from judysbook

Information from the business

Location. This hotel is located in Homewood. Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens and Vulcan Statue are area attarctions. Another nearby attraction is Samford University.

Features. Alta Vista Hotel & Conference Center features a fitness facility, laundry facilities, and an elevator (lift). A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily. This Homewood property has 8000 square feet of...
by yellowpages on February 16, 2015 from yellowpages
Alta Vista Hotel and Conference Center in Birmingham, AL featuring views from the top of Red Mountain and a variety of meeting and conference spaces
by cylexusa on January 11, 2014 from cylexusa