Travel Information

Hotel Information

Due to the overwhelming success of this event, both the Sheraton and Westin room blocks are SOLD OUT.

If you are still in need of a room, please refer to the hotels listed below to make reservations, which are all within walking distance of the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, 2100 Richard Arrington Blvd., Birmingham, Alabama:

  1. Hampton Inn and suites Birmingham - Downtown Tutwiler
    2021 Park Place, Birmingham, Alabama 35203-205.322.2100
    Average rate-single occupancy: $175.00

  2. Redmont Hotel
    2101 5th Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203-205.957.6828
    Average rate-single occupancy: $180.00

  3. Elyton Hotel
    1928 1st Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203-205.731.3600
    Average rate-single occupancy: $200.00

If you have any difficulties, please contact Michelle MacGillivray.

Westin Birmingham [Sold Out]
2221 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd North
Birmingham, AL 35203

Sheraton Birmingham Hotel [Sold Out]
2101 Richard Arrington Jr. Boulevard North
Birmingham, AL 35203

Plan Your Visit

Go to Visit Birmingham for travel tips including maps, weather, visitor services and transportation.

Fun Facts

Birmingham AL is home to Rickwood Field, the oldest baseball stadium in the US. Rickwood hosted greats of the game such as Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Dizzy Dean, and Willie Mays.
Rickwood field

The Alabama Sports Hall of Fame was established by the Alabama Legislature in 1967. Of ESPN's list of top 100 athletes of the century, five out of the top 15 greatest are Alabamians honored in the Hall of Fame: Jesse Owns, Hank Aaron, Joe Louis, Willie Mays, and Carl Lewis. You can easily visit the Hall of Fame in Birmingham - it is attached to the Sheraton Hotel and the Convention Center.
Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

Birmingham was the first city in the country to celebrate Veteran's Day.

Birmingham's nickname the "Magic City" refers to a period of great growth in 1870's and 1880's, when the city seemed to grow so quickly, it appeared to have happened "like magic" over night.
Magic City

Birmingham's infamous Vulcan statue is the largest cast iron statue in the world-second only to the Statue of Liberty.