Welcome to Hampton Inn Fairhope, your Fairhope “home away from home.” Hampton Inn Fairhope aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to Tolstoy Park (2.3 mi), a popular Fairhope landmark, Hampton Inn Fairhope is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Hampton Inn Fairhope provide a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Hampton Inn Fairhope offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Fairhope trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While visiting Fairhope, you may want to try some shrimp at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Market By The Bay, Fish River Grill By The Bay, or R Bistro & Pastry.
Should time allow, Fairhope Municipal Pier, Fairhope Avenue, and Eastern Shore Art Center are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Hampton Inn Fairhope puts the best of Fairhope at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Great location, quite rooms, enjoyed our stay at the Hotel and enjoyed having the front desk offer great tips for dinner options and local dessert choices. Breakfast was adequate for a family of 4 ( 2 small children). Muffin or cinnamon rolls would have been a nice option for a grab and go breakfast choice. Overall satisfied and will be back for future stays.
Is the best place to stay for the Fairhope Art Walk get a room with a Balcony it is Wonderful!! Your right in the heart of Fairhope you can walk to it all. Parking garage is free right behind the Hotel. Shopping,Dining ,Music they have it all !!
My wife and I were overwhelmed with the service and quality of this hotel and have already referred it to some close friends. Everything was in its’ place and impressive from the lobby, to our room, to the cafe area. We will now look for Hilton affiliated hotels first.
The Hampton is right in the heart of Fairhope, walkable to the shopping district, restaurants and to Mobile Bay. The exterior and lobby are inviting but the room and bath is a little worn and due for some repairs.
We were excited to stay at the Hampton Inn Fairhope; great location and good reviews. What a disaster! We checked in with a non-friendly desk clerk, got to our room, the security card light turned green but the door was stuck. I went back down and she told me to jiggle it. I went back up and did that and it was still stuck. My husband went down with me with our luggage and requested a different room saying, "We are staying for 7 nights and don't want to fight with this every day." She begrudgingly gave us a new room after first saying she didn't have one. We got into our new room no problem and unpacked (a lot of stuff for a week). We went out to dinner and when we came back the green light on the security panel would not even turn on. I went down the the desk and told her the issue. She said I needed to keep them away from magnets, cell phones, credit cards, etc. I told her that I had it in my front jeans pocket all by itself. She was rude. She reprogrammed the key cards and sent me on my way. I went back upstairs, where my husband was patiently waiting in the hallway. Neither key card would work. This time we both went down to the desk and told her they still did not work. She took them from me and reprogrammed them again. This time she came upstairs with us and tried them herself. She could not make them work. She said the batteries needed to be changed and said she would call maintenance and started to leave. I asked her for the key cards back because we would need them to get in once the new batteries were installed. She held them out and I took them. She nastily said, "You don't have to snatch them from me!" I told her, "You are rude and not once did you apologize for all these issues." She turned on her heel and stormed away. 20 minutes later, Rodney, from maintenance came upstairs with new batteries. He installed them and the door still would not work. He was very sweet and understanding. He apologized and said that he had to go get an electronic device to open our door. Off he went and again we waited in the hallway. Rodney came back in 10 minutes and used his device to open our door. We asked him, "What do we do now?" He said, "Well, the door would have to remain open to get in and out so we need to give you a new room. This locking device needs to be ordered and it takes a week, so this room will not be useable." Needless to say we were upset. We had a weeks worth of clothes, groceries, etc. unpacked in this room already. Rodney was very nice. He said he would see about getting us a new room. We started to pack up. He came back in 10 minutes with a moving trolley and new key cards for a new room, supposedly the only one they had left. We told him how much we appreciated all his work and kindness. :D We put everything on our trolley and headed to our new room, 3rd one in 24 hours. The room was on the top floor, corner room with a balcony and the key card worked. That was the plus side. The negative side was a) it was next to the elevator, b) it had one king bed and I always book two separate beds because of sleep issues c) it was rundown with peeling wall coverings, etc. We just stood there looking at each other, too tired and frustrated to ask for a different room. We unpacked and stayed the week. Needless to say we did not sleep well. We found black mold (see photo) under the peeling wall covering and other growth around the bathroom. One day when we came back from lunch I went to the tiny balcony to sit in the sun and smelled gas. The glass in gas lantern had cracked and the flame had done out. Gas was still coming out. (see photo) I called the desk and she said, "Well, I can come back up there and relight it for you or you can just turn it off." My husband turned it off. We came back to our room the first full day out and found we had not had maid service. We went down to the desk to request it and were rudely told that we had to request it specifically to get it. We requested it and told the desk clerk that it would have been good if someone had told us this. She said the check in procedure included informing us of this. We said the person that checked us in, not her, did not inform us. She repeated that if was procedure. Others were not informed either. Laundry and trash started to pile up in the hallways as frustrated people simply placed it outside their rooms. Breakfast staff was not friendly, and the rules for service/ self-service changed every day depending on who was working. We had one breakfast cook, Cathy, who was awesome and friendly. Our housekeeper, Heather, was also a sweetheart. And of course, Rodney, from maintenance, was great. I am a Hilton Honors member and have stayed at Hampton Inns up and down the eastern seaboard and have never had an experience like this one. :( This is a rundown place with terrible management. I will never stay there again or recommend it to anyone.…