Childersburg, AL


32210 Hwy 280

Childersburg, AL 35044


P: (256) 378-0337

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  • Accessible facilities
  • Business services
  • Complimentary continental breakfast
  • Complimentary in-room coffee or tea
  • Free parking
  • Hair dryer
  • Non-smoking rooms (generic)
  • Pets allowed
  • Pool
  • DeSoto Caverns
  • Lay Lake Public Boat Launch
  • Kymulga Gristmill
  • International Motor Sports Hall of Fame
  • Talladega Raceway
  • Talladega National Forest

Convenient Childersburg Hotel Location
Childersburg offers the latest in hotel style and amenities to make your Childersburg vacation or business trip a success. Conveniently located on US Hwy 280, just 9 miles south of Hwy 231, you will find the hotel is close to everything you need.

Designed for Your Childersburg Lodging Needs
Each of our 44 spacious, comfortable guest rooms is designed to meet your Childersburg accommodation needs, featuring: 1-king or 2-queen beds, refrigerators, microwaves, free high-speed wireless Internet access, coffee makers and more.

Enjoy Your Stay in Childersburg
Childersburg, Alabama is a sportsman’s paradise. Nestled in a quiet, rural area near the geographic center of the state between Montgomery and Birmingham, it boasts 570 miles of shoreline along two lakes. The Coosa River adjoins the city limits and the Talladega National Forest is just a short drive away. The wonderful boating, fishing, rafting, and hunting opportunities beckons outdoor enthusiasts from far and wide. Just a short drive away are the DeSoto Caverns, a nationally known attraction and the first recorded cave in the country. Its 30-foot long onyx draperies are among the largest known free-hanging formations anywhere. Also, the history of the area is fascinating. Childersburg is the oldest European settlement in the United States, predating St. Augustine, Florida by 25 years. Its rich history dates back to 1540 when the Spanish conquistador and governor of Cuba, Hernando DeSoto, and his 600 man army explored the area. The city itself was the site of Coosa, an Indian village and was named for a settler, Thomas Childress. Whether you’re coming for the history, the caverns or the countryside, you’re certain to enjoy Childersburg and all it has to offer.