If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Tuscaloosa, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper hotels in Tuscaloosa in January and July.
Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Tuscaloosa if you stay on a Saturday. The opposite is true for, Friday, which is usually the most expensive day.
The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Tuscaloosa found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was $139, while the most expensive was $1,919.
If you are looking to stay in a historic neighborhood, Hotel Indigo Tuscaloosa Downtown is ideally located within half a mile of museums like the Transportation Museum - which explores the history of the city through the lens of transportation. It is also close to the Alabama Museum of Natural History, which has exhibitions of fossils. Hotel Capstone is another ideal option located close to Paul Bryant Museum, Bear Bryant Museum, and Jemison–Van de Graaff Mansion, which is a historic house museum.
To experience Tuscaloosa’s vibrant nightlife, check out the Surestay Hotel by Best Western Tuscaloosa. The hotel is conveniently located near a variety of restaurants, bars, and night entertainment venues the city has to offer. It is also close to an array of casino options with slot machines and exciting table games if you want to try your luck during your stay.
For sports fanatics who are looking to visit Alabama Soccer Stadium during their trip, consider staying at either Hotel Capstone which is about 0.5 miles away, or Residence Inn by Marriott Tuscaloosa which is about a mile away from the soccer stadium.
Red Roof Inn Plus+ Tuscaloosa – University has increased accessibility for guests with low mobility. It has entire units that are wheelchair accessible, and features like roll-in showers and lowered sinks in the bathrooms. The upper floors can be accessed by elevator. There are braille signs for easy navigation by low-vision guests and visual alarms in the hallway for low-hearing guests.
Wingate by Wyndham Tuscaloosa is an ideal base if you are traveling with pets, it has pet-friendly rooms and welcomes up to two pets for an additional fee per pet, per stay. Both dogs and cats are accepted, and there are grassy areas on the property for pet relief. Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Tuscaloosa Near University is another option that welcomes two pets for an additional fee per pet, per night upon request.
Ardent trekkers can stay at hotels near the lake Nicol trails or Hurricane Creek Park. Embassy Suites by Hilton Tuscaloosa Alabama Downtown offers warm studios with an indoor pool and a hot tub less than 6 miles from the Outer Cliffs Trail of Lake Nicol.
If you visit Tuscaloosa for business purposes, The Hampton Inn Tuscaloosa-East offers an outdoor pool and fitness rooms one mile from Worksouth Tuscaloosa Business Center. Country Inn & Suites by Radisson sits off Route 82 and offers suites with whirl tubs and pull-out sofas just 3 miles from the Village at Northbank business center.
Golf players that wish to hit the golf range while staying in Tuscaloosa can check out the Hampton Inn Tuscaloosa-East. The hotel offers homey rooms with custom-designed beds and an outdoor pool less than 3 miles from the Ol’ Colony Golf Complex.
Beach lovers can consider staying in Residence Inn by Marriott Tuscaloosa. The hotel offers casual, warmly decorated studios with a gym, BBQ area, sitting areas, and coin-operated laundry facilities less than a ten-minute drive to Lake Lurleen State Park. Holiday Inn Express Pelham offers classic rooms with a fitness and business center less than 3 miles from the Oak Mountain State Park beachfront.
Birdwatchers can check out the Wingate by Wyndham Tuscaloosa, which features wooded scenery with relaxed rooms just one mile from the University of Alabama Arboretum, a popular bird-watching spot. TownePlace Suites by Marriott Tuscaloosa offers casual Suites with a picnic area, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center less than 2 miles from Lake Lurleen, a popular bird-watching spot.