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Hotel chosen for:Open Collection Principles
The Mark of Craft
Unique experiences rooted in the hotel's personality
Connected to its surroundings, this hotel is woven into the fabric of its locale
The Queen of the South
Built in 1847 by F.H. Chamberlain and surrounded by 200-year-old trees, stands the Grand Hotel. The moss-draped oaks on-site are full of history, having survived natural disasters, fires, civil war, and even a few rambunctious politicians and rock stars.
A regular retreat for celebrity figures seeking quiet, the Grand Hotel has played host to world-renowned celebrity chefs, best-selling authors, pop-musicians and beloved actors. The resort’s façade and interiors display a relaxed antebellum charm, tied together by the lobby’s distinguished fireplace. The laid-back resort bar, Bucky’s, is named after a boisterous and much loved figure in the Grand Hotel’s history whose cast iron statue greets guests. In a building so intertwined with its past, perhaps the most proud and unusual tradition at the Grand Hotel is the daily firing of the cannon, saluting and honoring the military.
One Grand Boulevard, Point Clear, Alabama 36564, USA