Originally opened in 1925, The Redmont Hotel is a 14-story hotel and conference center located in downtown Birmingham.
“The Redmont was originally a 200-room hotel designed by Lloyd Preacher, an architect from Atlanta,” said historian Jon Stone. “It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.”
The hotel underwent a multi-million dollar renovation in 2014 and now consists of 11 floors of rooms (120 rooms) and a partnership with Hilton.
The building has gone through several changes in ownership since its opening and is even claimed to be haunted by a previous New York businessman and hotel magnate who at one point transformed the entire top floor into a personal apartment for his family and himself.