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Alabama Vacation Rentals

Plan your best vacation ever in Alabama. Explore our colorful destinations and pursue your own interests to create your dream vacation in Alabama!

Bordered by Tennessee and the Gulf of Mexico, Alabama is also known by many as the "Heart of Dixie." In the beautiful mountains and lakes and white sandy beaches make up this state. If you are looking for a tranquil and relaxed holiday, Alabama is the perfect place to be.

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"Your website generates a lot of leads and a good majority of my bookings. My favorite feature is the automatic offer. If I am not able to reply to a potential renter right away, at least they are being given some information about my unit so they have instant feedback and can see what I offer. Your website handles that automatically. I am notified that the offer is sent and can add to it when I am back at the computer. My property looks fantastic on your site and your layouts are great. Keep up the good work!"

Shannon Paolocci

"When we moved to London, UK from Canada this past spring we had the pleasure of staying with Lubna Malik at her rental property. It was a very nice, clean studio flat with all of the amenities anyone moving to a new coutry (or anyone coming to watch Wimbelton tennis) could want. She was a very gracious host and made our stay very welcome."

Arleigh and Brett Vasconcellos

"Thank you for connecting us to the Blue Heron Home Management LLC. We contacted them this afternoon and made a deal for a home in Rotonda West for two weeks as we requested. My wife and I appreciate the quick and professional way in which you found a vacation home for us. Sincerely, Norman M. Stephen"

Norman M. Stephen
Alabama Travel Vacation Guide
Alabama is one of the USA’s most unique states to visit in regards to its culture and history. Made up of mountainous, rugged landscapes, vast lakes and bustling cities – the state of Alabama has a little something for everyone. While visiting, you can explore the extensive network of the rivers that run through the state, learn all about the rich history Alabama has to offer and get up close and personal with nature in the State Parks. By staying in Alabama, you will have so much to do within the state, you won’t regret it.

Culture

History, culture and natural beauty, Alabama is an entity of its own. Alabama has a bit of everything – and everyone should visit if they are given the chance.

Alabama’s music scene is world known – after all, you must have heard of the song ‘Sweet Home Alabama.’ The state has some of the most legendary musicians and artists in the business – and music is the heart of a lot of what they do.

Things to do

Interested in modern American history? In which case, Alabama is the state for you. Alabama is a state full of modern history and is an excellent place to visit to learn all about America, especially if you have a particular interest in the Civil Rights Movement. In central Birmingham, you will find the Birmingham Civil Rights Memorial Trail and the Civil Rights Institute, while across state in Montgomery you can find the Rosa Parks Museum, which is located on the Troy University at Montgomery satellite campus.

For the adventure seekers among us, water sports can be done on the white sands and waterways of Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Along with this, hiking, trekking and nature can all be explored in the Little Canyon National reserve or Talladega National Forest.

Food & Drink

Whether you are looking for a bit of sophistication, or just some cosy, comfort food – you will find it in Alabama. The food options in this state have loyal fans from all over the world, and some of its signature dishes are easy to find. Stoneground baked grits, for example, can be found in Birmingham, in a restaurant called Highlands Bar & Grill (which will be reopening in late summer). The state is also known for having incredible Oysters, which we recommend trying at Wintzell’s which is located on the Gulf Coast.

FAQs

Where is the best area to stay in Alabama?
Alabama is full of incredible places to visit – it can be a little overwhelming at times to know exactly where to go. However, to make things a little easier, here are our go-to places when visiting Alabama:

Birmingham
Birmingham is in the north of Alabama and is a vibrant and dynamic metropolis. The city has an incredible choice of bars and restaurants and isn’t short of fascinating museums and galleries to visit. Montgomery The state capitol of Alabama is the home of Rosa Parks and is the place that set off the chain reaction that led to the Civil Rights Movement when she refused to give up her seat on the bus. Now, Montgomery has museums that commemorates this event, with exhibitions and live action shows.

Gulf Shores
On the Gulf of Mexico, in southern Alabama, Gulf Shores has perfectly white, sandy beaches, incredible seafoods and the Gulf State Park, which has a little something for everyone.

What is the best month to visit Alabama?
We would recommend visiting Alabama during the autumn months, when the weather is relatively mild. Temperatures during these months are far more comfortable than the temperatures in the peak summer months – not to mention having fewer storms too. Outside, the autumnal seasons are pleasant, with a drop in the humidity and much kinder wind speeds.

Is Alabama expensive to visit?
On average, a 7-day trip to Alabama is just over $980 for a solo traveller, almost $1,500 for a couple and just over $2,500 for a family of four. Alabama’s hotels range from roughly $55 to $247 per night, with the average being approximately $82. The average worldwide flight to Alabama is between $560 and $800 per person for an economy flight – and this will vary if you want to upgrade to first class. Obviously as well, when you plan a trip, you need to factor in the price of day-to-day activities. We recommend saving a budget between $40 to $80 a day, per person, for transport and eating out locally.

What is the most luxurious hotel in Alabama?
Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club and Spa is one of the state’s most luxurious hotels to stay in. With plenty to do to keep you relaxed, like a full spa day, or to keep you active, like a round of golf, this resort is the perfect balance between relaxation and adventure – there is always something for you to do here, even when you want to do nothing at all.

What is Alabama famous for?
Alabama is most famous for its iron and steel natural resources, the state’s Southern hospitality and football, with a well-known rivalry between the Auburn Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide – if you are interested in the sport, we recommend seeing a game while you are visiting the state.

What’s the best hotel for families in Alabama?
If you plan to visit Alabama with the family, we cannot recommend the Lodge at Gulf State Park enough. This Hilton Hotel is by far the best family resort in Alabama and, being located on the Gulf Shore, is the most perfect location for children and adults alike – the hotel resort has so much to offer, your family is bound to love it.

How many days do you need in Alabama?
We recommend staying for as long as you can afford to stay when visiting this wonderful state – the longer you get to experience it, the better. However, if you aren’t planning to stay for very long, you can fit a lot of what Alabama has to offer into a relatively short period of time – just make sure you plan your visit, to ensure you are making the most of this incredible state, you don’t want to miss out on anything, so always make sure you do your research.

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