This week the Washington Times did an interesting piece on Birmingham's wide cultural appeal. The article happens to also serve as a mini-guide to the city for those who are new to or visiting the area. The piece had a nice mention of the Renaissance Birmingham Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa, listing it as their "Where to Stay" spot in Birmingham.
"The Renaissance Birmingham Ross Bridge Golf Resort and Spa is the area’s premier accommodation. It’s located in a lushly wooded spot with lakes and a Robert Trent Jones golf course. There’s a luxe spa and Brock’s — a relaxed fine dining restaurant serving locally sourced produce and meats. Nightly rates start at $189."
The article goes on to explore some of Birmingham's more creative dishes as well as some of the city's historical exhibits. To read more about some of Birmingham's most interesting attractions, check out the full article at the washingtontimes.com!
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