Red Roof® Opens the Red Roof Inn, Cullman, Alabama

USA, Columbus, Ohio. March 25, 2021

Red Roof®, the leader in economy lodging, announced the opening of the Red Roof Inn Cullman, located at 6349 Alabama Highway 157, Cullman, Ala.

The hotel offers free coffee in the lobby, expanded cable, free long-distance calling, elevator access, interior & exterior entrances, and free parking. Guests can also enjoy a seasonal pool and make use of the hotel's business center.

Located between Bankhead National Forest and the Wheeler Natural Wildlife Refuge Center, the Red Roof Inn Cullman is also convenient to the University of Alabama in Huntsville and Wallace State Community College. The property is also near the Cullman Warehouse District, the Cullman County Fairgrounds, St. Bernard Abbey, Ave Maria Grotto, Sportsman Lake Park, and Highway Pickers Antique Mall.

The Red Roof Inn Cullman is a pet-friendly hotel.

This hotel participates in RediRewards from Red Roof that goes beyond free nights with benefits members can use every day! Members may use their RediPoints on the RediShop catalog for gift cards and/or other merchandise; RediSave 30% on their room rate when they combine points with other payment; and have RediAccess to discount coupons across thousands of retail, entertainment and service categories.


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