Radisson Admiral Semmes Hotel
A Mobile, Alabama landmark since its opening in 1940, is a most inviting Gulf Coast destination. The Admiral Semmes is named for Raphael Semmes, best remembered as the first and only commander of the Confederate ship, Alabama
Closed due to damage from Hurricane Frederic in 1979, the hotel was beautifully renovated in 1985. The exterior, typical of the restrained architectural styles commonly found at the end of the depression, is contrasted by surprising interior flourishes including the lobby's expansive marble floor and curving stairs, an unique oval balcony lobby highlighted by a large central chandelier, mirrored walls in the mezzanine, and the original Art Deco elevator doors.
The Radisson Admiral Semmes Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Mobile's historic, business and cultural district, near the Mobile Civic Center, the new Convention Center, historic Fort Conde, the City Museum and minutes away from historic USS Battleship Alabama Memorial Park, Bellingrath Gardens, historic Oakleigh, Mobile Greyhound Park and Bel Air and Springdale malls, theaters and restaurants. Easy access via I-65, I-10 and U.S Highways 90 and 98.
251 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36602, USA