Editor’s Choice: Pet Friendly Hotels in Tuscaloosa

by Davina van Buren  |  Published October 8, 2018

Tuscaloosa, AL, located on the Black Warrior River, received its name from the Choctaw chief Tascaluza, or Tuskalusa, who was defeated by Hernando de Soto in 1540 in the Battle of Mauvilla. The memorial of Chief Tascaluza standing on the courthouse lawn isn’t the only historical attraction within the city. The John Wesley Hall Grist Mill, Tuscaloosa County Veterans Memorial, and Capitol Park are just a few of the many beautiful and  historical places in Tuscaloosa that are worth visiting.

Tuscaloosa boasts many diverse restaurants, museums, parks, and other attractions. Don’t be surprised if you notice several bicycles riding by as you explore the city; cycling is a popular outdoor activity in Tuscaloosa. There’s plenty for your fur friend to enjoy in Tuscaloosa as well, including the Riverwalk and the University of Alabama Arboretum when it’s time for a walk. Below you’ll find hotels that are recommended for you during your stay in the city. These hotels were selected based upon pet-friendly accommodations, comfort, and customer reviews.