Red Roof® Converts Red Roof Inn in Metropolitan Birmingham, Alabama to The Red Roof PLUS+ & Suites

USA, Columbus, Ohio. September 01, 2022

Red Roof®, the leader in economy lodging, announced the opening of the Red Roof PLUS+ & Suites Birmingham - Bessemer, located at in metropolitan Alabama at 4985 Academy Court in Bessemer, Alabama.

Formerly a Red Roof Inn, the Red Roof PLUS+ & Suites Birmingham - Bessemer is a 66-room hotel conveniently located off of I-20 with easy access to I-459. The hotel features interior corridors and offers free in-room Verified Wi-Fi™ in every room, a free expanded cable package, business center, coin laundry, a snack center and free coffee in the lobby. All guest rooms are non-smoking and Red Roof PLUS+ & Suites Birmingham - Bessemer is a pet-friendly hotel.

Local attractions include University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham Zoo, Bessemer Civic Center, Bessemer Hall of History and Tannehill Ironworks Historic State Park.

Roof Roof PLUS+ & Suites Birmingham - Bessemer 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. The hotel also participates in Red Roof's RediClean® program, designed to help keep guests and staff safe.

Red Roof PLUS+ & Suites Birmingham-Bessemer exterior
Red Roof PLUS+ & Suites Birmingham-Bessemer lobby
Red Roof PLUS+ & Suites Birmingham-Bessemer guestroom

About Red Roof®

Business Contact:

Paul Kesman
T: +1 248-321-2035
E: [email protected]

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