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Hampton Tuscaloosa East
2 Stars  
(80 Rooms)

6400 Interstate Drive, Cottondale (Map)

Hampton Inn Tuscaloosa/I-59/20 is located off Exit 77 (Cottondale Exit) on the east side of Tuscaloosa with convenient access to major municipal, industrial, residential and business districts. Area attractions include shopping malls, the University  more...

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+1 (0)205-556-555

Microtel Inn Tuscaloosa
1 Stars  
(61 Rooms)

6331 Interstate Drive, Cottondale (Map)

I-59 and I-20 at Exit 77 within 15 miles of anything in Tuscaloosa.  more...

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Microtel Inn by Wyndham Cottondale/Tuscaloosa
2 Stars  

6331 Interstate Dr, Cottondale (Map)

The Microtel Inn by Wyndham Cottondale/Tuscaloosa in Cottondale, Alabama situated 6331 Interstate Dr. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
This accommodation Microtel Inn by Wyndham Cottondale/Tuscaloosa would be glad to welcome you soon. The correct data depends on the update of the information through the management and cannot be guaranteed.  more...

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+1 (0)205 3523878

Cedar Creek Apartments
0 Stars  

3131 Willow St, Cottondale

The Cedar Creek Apartments in Cottondale, Alabama situated 3131 Willow St can be contacted by phone +1 (0)205 3523878. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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Cottondale:

Cottondale is an unincorporated community in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, now encompassed in the eastern suburbs of Tuscaloosa. Alternative spellings include Cotton Dale, Kennedale, Kennidale and Konnidale. Cottondale was the site of cotton mills where the Knights of Labor had some success in organizing drives in the late 1880s; and where "Mother" Jones worked in 1904 while studying conditions for working women and children in the South. "Little girls and boys, barefooted, walked up and down between the endless rows of spindles, reaching thin little hands into the machinery to repair snapped threads.... Tiny babies of six years old with faces of sixty did an eight-hour shift for ten cents a day.... The machines, built in the north, were built low for the hands of little children." Children's author Aileen Kilgore Henderson lives in Cottondale.

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