Hampton Inn & Suites Huntsville Hampton Cove

Huntsville, AL Hotel
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Hampton by Hilton
Total Meeting Space< 100 sq. m
Guest Rooms95
6205 Hwy 431 South
Huntsville, AL 35763

Hampton Inn & Suites Huntsville Hampton Cove

Huntsville, AL Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access


  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space< 100 sq. m
Meeting Rooms1
Largest Room69 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms95
Doubles (2 Beds)42
Tax Rate12%



Local Attractions

Huntsville Botanical Gardens

12 mi. away
4747 Bob Wallace Ave
Huntsville, AL, US 35805

Hampton Cove Robert Trent Jones Golf Course

2 mi. away
At the northern terminus of the Trail in Huntsville is Hampton Cove, a 54-hole facility with terrain that drastically changes from one side of the property to the other. The Highlands Course was recently renovated to convert it back to its original design as a true Scottish links course, with rolling fairways and long, waving grasses. Completely opposite in design is the River Course, the only Robert Trent Jones layout without a single bunker. The River Course is a throwback to the way courses were built long ago. The dirt was merely pushed up to create the greens and tees, leaving all else, including massive oak trees, as is.
450 Old Highway 431
Owens Crossroads, AL, US 35763

U.S. Space & Rocket Center

12 mi. away
Home to Space Camp, and Aviation Challenge; The U.S. Space & Rocket Center is recognized as one of the most comprehensive U.S. manned space flight hardware museums in the world. Our facilities include Spacedome Theater, Rocket Park, the Education Training Center, which houses NASA's Educator Resource Center, and more. The Davidson Center for Space Exploration is like no other in the country. In its 476 foot long, 90 foot wide and 63 foot high structure, suspended 10 feet above the floor, is a national historic treasure, the mighty Saturn V, restored to its Apollo era readiness. Click here for a gallery of images from the Davidson Center for Space Exploration Visitors to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center will experience Huntsville's role in the making of the moon rocket, the space race, the Apollo missions, learn about the Space Shuttle program, the International Space Station and NASA's future missions. Visitors may trace the evolution of humankind's ventures into space and watch as tomorrow's potential engineers, scientists and astronauts train in one of the Space Camp or Aviation Challenge Programs. The USSRC, NASA's first visitor center, opened in 1970 and has served over 12 million visitors to date. As the Official Visitor Information Center for the Marshall Space Flight Center, the USSRC is committed to educating the public and students who attend SPACE CAMP about the work being done at MSFC, particularly in the area of propulsion where MSFC has made significant contributions in the Apollo and shuttle programs and is again on the forefront with the Ares rockets.
1 Tranquility Base
Huntsville, AL, US 35805

Early Works Museum Complex

7 mi. away
Civil War soldiers, a Talking Tree and whimmy diddles - see them all at the EarlyWorks Museums- Alabama Constitution Village, the Historic Huntsville Depot and EarlyWorks Children's History Museum. These three museums in downtown Huntsville will take you on a journey back in time-- experience history come to life in unique settings such as a 46-foot river keelboat, an 1860's era depot or the cabinet shop where delegates stood to sign the Alabama State Constitution in 1819. Your incredible adventure awaits at the South's largest hands-on history museum complex.
404 Madison St SE
Huntsille, AL, US 35801

Burritt on the Mountain

5 mi. away
Burritt on the Mountain has been referred to as a "Jewel on the Mountain." Start with Dr. William Henry Burritt's eclectic mansion, add a historic park with restored 19th century houses including barnyard and animals, and finally throw in the artistic side with concerts, plays and exhibits, and you have a delightful mixture of old and new for young and old! Please consider joining us in enhancing lives and building community through educational, artistic, and recreational experiences while preserving our heritage, land, and historic structures. Your involvement and particiaption is essential to our realization of our mission! Otherwise, Register for full access to restricted content. In 1955, Dr. Burritt willed his mansion and surrounding 167 acres of land on Round-Top Mountain to the city of Huntsville (making it Huntsville's first museum). Since that time, volunteers and community activists have brought original homes from the area to Burritt to be restored and utilized as an educational facility. Our interpreters are always busy demonstrating activities as one would see on a 19th century farm. Blacksmithing, spinning, and cooking over an open hearth are just some of the skills employed in our historic park. In the Burritt Barnyard, visitors can get "up close and personal" with an animal that would have been used for work, wool, or even food for the farmers and their families.
3101 Burritt Drive
Huntsville, AL, US 35801

Distance from Airport

  • 33.8 km from Venue


NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, Redstone Arsenal and the US Space and Rocket Center provide all the "space" you'll need when you visit the Hampton Inn & Suites Huntsville Hampton Cove. The US Space and Rocket Center is exciting for the young - and the young at heart - and it's located minutes from the Hampton Inn & Suites Huntsville Hampton Cove. Enjoy a leisurely picnic at Big Spring Park, home to the Panopoly Arts Festival in Spring and the Big Spring Jam music festival each Fall. Tour the Twickenham district and marvel at expansive antebellum homes and historic landmarks that tell the story of this city before the Space Age redefined Huntsville. Book your stay at the Hampton Inn & Suites Huntsville Hampton Cove and find all the space you'll need.

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