Best Hotels in Huntsville for Traveling Professionals

Looking for the best hotels in Huntsville? The largest city in Alabama has multiple options. According to USNews and World Report, “Huntsville, nicknamed the Rocket City for its historical ties to the space industry, has seen rapid growth over the last ten years partly fueled by the tech and manufacturing sectors. The population of the city has jumped by 19% since 2010.”

With rapid growth like this, we are bound to have a huge influx of traveling professionals. Let’s look at some of the best hotels in Huntsville, Alabama for traveling professionals.

First, let’s look at some downtown hotel options. 


AC Hotel Huntsville Downtown

 AC Hotel Huntsville Downtown

AC Hotel Huntsville Downtown opened in 2019 and is said to “celebrate the beauty of classic modern designs borne of its Spanish roots and European soul.”

The hotel boasts a view of Huntsville’s Big Spring Park and is conveniently located within walking distance to many downtown restaurants, bars, entertainment spots, and retail shops.

If you’re looking to stay in, AC Hotel has a fantastic bar and lounge area as well as Bar Vista, a restaurant bar located on the second floor with an award-winning chef and unique and approachable cocktails.

There is a fitness center, a continental breakfast for $13, 6 meeting rooms to accommodate larger business events, and free high-speed internet. There is complimentary on-site parking, check in at 3PM and check out at 12PM. This hotel is a pet- and smoke-free environment. 

435 Williams Ave SW, Huntsville, AL 35801

(256) 836-7776


106 Jefferson Huntsville

 106 Jefferson Huntsville

Aptly named after the street where it resides, 106 Jefferson is Huntsville’s first boutique, lifestyle hotel and we are loving its vibe.

Not only is it in the heart of downtown, walking distance from restaurants, night-life, and entertainment, but it also boasts its own restaurant and rooftop bar to make the hotel a fully immersive experience without ever leaving.

The restaurant, Revivalist, is ‘a throwback to a historic Huntsville tavern that once occupied this location and embodied the parlor culture of the era.’ Baker and Able is a rooftop bar whose name pays homage to the first two primates in space to survive spaceflight, a nod to Huntsville’s rich space history, and is the perfect place to have a cocktail while taking in the views of our beloved Rocket City.

106 Jefferson Huntsville has 115 rooms, free Wi-Fi, a fitness center, meeting rooms, and a business center. This hotel is a smoke- and pet-free environment. 

106 Jefferson Street South Huntsville, Alabama 35801

(256) 288-0128


Embassy Suites by Hilton Huntsville Hotel and Spa

 Embassy Suites by Hilton Huntsville Hotel and Spa

The Embassy Suites is another downtown hotel that is walking distance to all downtown has to offer, but this hotel has a special sky bridge that is connected to the Von Braun Center, which is a multi-purpose indoor arena, meeting, and performing arts complex.

This Huntsville hotel also has Spa Botanica where you can enjoy a signature massage, a bath escape, facials, and a variety of other treatments to help you relax after a taxing day of travel or work. There is an in-house restaurant called The R where you can enjoy a nice dinner, open 5-11PM daily and a cafe’ open 6AM-10PM every day for your coffee and pastry needs.

With 295 guest rooms, 11 meeting rooms, and over 11,000 square foot of event space, Embassy Suites by Hilton Huntsville Downtown has room for everyone. There is a free breakfast and complimentary evening reception daily, an indoor pool, business center, pet friendly rooms, and an airport shuttle available for its guests. 

800 Monroe Street Huntsville, Alabama 35801

(256) 539-7373

If you aren’t in the mood for a hotel in the middle of downtown but would still like walkability to restaurants and entertainment, maybe one of the hotels near Bridge Street Town Centre would be the right fit for you.


The Westin

 The Westin

The Westin is a four-star hotel that has 9 meeting rooms with breakout space. There is an in-house restaurant, Sage Grille, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and a coffee house, Trieste Cafe, open for breakfast and lunch. The Westin’s amenities include free wi-fi, a full business center, pet-friendly rooms, a heated indoor/outdoor pool, and fitness center.

If you don’t feel like venturing out on the town, retreat to their spacious rooms with pillow-top mattresses and marble bathrooms, order room service, and relax. If you do feel like getting out, take a walk around Bridge Street Town Centre, go see a movie, or take a quick Uber/Lyft ride to see any of the amazing things Huntsville has to offer. 

6800 Governors West Northwest Huntsville, Alabama 35806

(256) 428-2000


Element Huntsville

 The Element

Element Huntsville is the sister hotel to the Westin, sharing a building and overlooking Bridge Street Town Centre. Element Huntsville is tailored toward longer stays with each room boasting a small kitchen area with a microwave, mini-fridge, and sink. It is also more group-focused for those that are looking to spend more time together in a more private setting.

Element shares the same in-house restaurant with The Westin, Sage Grille, as well as their coffee house, Trieste Cafe. There is a 24/7 fitness center and heated indoor/outdoor pool for exercise. Just like The Westin, Element Huntsville offers free wi-fi, pet friendly rooms, a full business center, and all of Bridge Street Town Centre to explore. If you are planning an extended stay or are traveling with a group of colleagues, Element Huntsville might be the right choice for you!

6810 Governors West Northwest, Huntsville, Alabama 35806

(256) 327-9000

Whether you are traveling for work or looking for accommodations for a client from out of town, Huntsville has plenty of options. We love our Rocket City and can’t wait to share it with you!


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Haley is an independent writer and renaissance craft woman. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and a minor in Theatre, two of her great passions. She is a Huntsville local where she lives with her wife, daughter, and their two dogs. She loves to travel, drinks apple juice in a wine glass, and is happiest when staring at a full bookshelf. Her first children’s book, Stella for Star, will be published this year.

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