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University Inn Star Rating 1        
129 North College Street

This straightforward hotel is half a block north of the Auburn University campus, 0.7 miles from Auburn's Jordan-Hare Stadium and 2 miles from Town Creek Park.The unassuming rooms have exterior entrances and casual furnishings, and come with free Wi-Fi and TVs with cable channels, as well as microwaves and minifridges.
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Auburn Star Rating 3        
2174 South College Street

This straightforward budget hotel is 2 miles from the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, and 3 miles from both Town Creek Park and football games at Jordan-Hare Stadium.Down-to-earth rooms provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, microwaves and minifridges; some also have tea and coffeemakers. Suites add pull-out sofas and/or whirlpool tubs.
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Auburn Star Rating 2        
2013 South College St

This standard hotel off I-85 is a 5-minute drive from Auburn University and a 2.5-mile drive from Chewacla State Park.The straightforward rooms come with flat-screen TVs and desks, plus premium cable channels, coffeemakers and free local phone calls.
Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn Opelika Star Rating 3        
2555 Hilton Garden Drive

This modern hotel is less than 7 miles from Surfside Water Park, and under 10 miles from Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.All rooms have custom-designed beds and flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, plus microwaves, minifridges, desks with ergonomic chairs, and free WiFi. Suites add separate living areas with pull-out sofas.
Stay Lodge of Auburn Star Rating 1        
1654 South College St

Simply appointed rooms with fridges, microwaves & stoves are offered at this extended-stay hotel...
Candlewood Suites Auburn        
2510 E Glenn Avenue

Set in a rural area off I-85, this down-to-earth all-suite hotel is 4 miles from Auburn University and the Museum of East Alabama, as well as 6 miles from Chewacla State Park.The cozy studios feature kitchens, dining areas, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and DVD players. The 1-bedroom suites add separate living rooms.
Courtyard Auburn        
2420 W Pace Blvd

Set in a modern roadside building, this contemporary hotel is a mile from the Auburn Links at Mill Creek golf course, 4 miles from the Jonathan Bell Lovelace Museum and 6 miles from the Civil War-era Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church.Chic rooms with colorful accent walls feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, as well as sitting areas. Suites add separate living areas.
Home-Towne Suites Auburn Star Rating 2        
1188 Commerce Dr

Set 1 mile from Indian Pines Golf Course, this casual, all-suites hotel is also 4 miles from both Jordan-Hare Stadium and Auburn University Regional Airport.Laid-back studios sleep up to 3 guests, and provide kitchens and living areas with pull-out sofas, plus free Wi-Fi, and TVs with premium movie channels.Amenities include a coin-operated laundry.
Quality Inn Auburn Alabama Mall Parkway Star Rating 2        
1212 Mall Parkway

Off of I-85 and next door to the Village Mall shopping center, this classic hotel is 3 miles from Auburn University and 6 miles from Chewacla State Park.All rooms come with en suite bathrooms, desks with ergonomic chairs, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels, plus coffeemakers, microwaves and minifridges.Free hot breakfast and coffee are provided.
Sleep Inn & Suites Auburn Alabama Star Rating 2        
135 Spirit Drive

Off I-85, this straightforward hotel is 2 miles from golfing at Auburn Links at Mill Creek, and 3 miles from Jordan-Hare Stadium and Auburn Arena.Featuring modern furnishings, the casual rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers, plus microwaves and minifridges. Upgraded rooms add living areas with pull-out couches.
 
 
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Auburn is a city in eastern Alabama renowned as home of the Auburn University. The college first opened its doors in the remote 1859 and due to the ever increasing influx of students over the following decades, the city and the university synergized. The city itself is unofficially called 'The Loveliest Village On The Plains' which embodies the youthful energy which runs through it. We will take you on a tour of the city whose lightheartedness and simplicity might appeal to you if looking for some unwinding or just passing by. Upon arriving to Auburn, head for some refreshment at the Toomers Drugstore. Their lemonade became famous over the years, and the store is a kind of landmark by itself, especially considering it has been there since 1896. Grab a meal at the Ariccia - Italian Trattoria and Bar: their fish and vegetables plates will certainly excite your taste buds. Afterwards you can relax with an espresso on the sofas by the fireplace in the lounge room.

When in Rome, do what Romans do! Visit the Auburn University campus. Find the historic Samford Hall, sit (or lie down) on the grass and observe the architecture and the listen to the murmur of the ages/students (depending on how poetic you consider yourself). If you get a chance pass by the Samford Hall at night for it gives a mesmerizing impression when lit up. Considering the fact that the Auburn University is, in addition to being one of the most esteemed colleges in the South, a powerhouse in college football, take a look at the tributary granite plaques on the downtown sidewalk. If you get a chance, go to one of the games and let the euphoria of the entire town overwhelm you (if Auburn wins, honor the tradition and throw some toilet paper on the Toomers Corner tree).

You can go antique shopping and find a distinct souvenir or visit the always different exhibitions at the Julie Collins Smith Museum of fine Art which will welcome you with a chandelier made out of a myriad of colorful hand-blown glass fragments. If nature calls out for you, head to the Chewacia State Parks and enjoy the waterfalls sceneries, take a hike or a bike ride through its many trails, set up camp and spend the night stargazing. The Louise Kreher Forest Nature Center should satisfy your natural cravings with its geological diversities and golf lovers should find Moore's Mill Golf Club suited for their needs. After a tour you just made, you should have experienced a multitude of positive interaction with the people you came across, your belly should be full, your throat and muscles a bit sore, a souvenir (assisting the local economy of the lovely town you spend some time in) should be in your pocket and you should be a bit thirsty - find way to the Avondale Bar, have a cold beer or a glass of fine wine and keep that grin which Auburn put on your face for at least a month or two. If you feel it fading, come back, Auburn always welcomes you!