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Stayed at the St. James while in Selma 2 weeks ago. Very interesting history and period décor. Highly recommend visiting to experience its rich history but wouldn't recommend staying more than a couple nights. It's just not a real comfortable place. We had trouble finding...More
Me and my husband stayed at this hotel. The desk clerk was very nice and informative. There was a maintenance man named Howard that provided us with anything we needed. He went out of his way to ensure we enjoyed our stay. The beds are...More
I stayed at the St James 4/5/2015 and ended up leaving the hotel. When this hotel first opened, it was most certainly a 4-5 star property, but since then, management has changed several times, and it is currently owned and managed by the City of...More
I usually begin by hotel searches by finding the newest hotel near my destination. So glad I didn't do that when visiting Selma this past spring! First of all, this is a historic hotel so you shouldn't expect a brand new, shiny place. What you...More
Great historic and comfortable place to stay,avoid modern hotels,fantastic views from balcony,restaurant food some of the best we had throughout our southern States tour from the UK. Room 220 the best.This place does have its problems......booking not recorded at hotel so had to start again,ended...More
I am fairly particular but the room we ended up with was more than adequate,A/C working and not musty.We had suite on 1st floor,corner suite nearest the Pettus bridge overlooking the river with a balcony,the view from which... More
I am fairly particular but the room we ended up with was more than adequate,A/C working and not musty.We had suite on 1st floor,corner suite nearest the Pettus bridge overlooking the river with a balcony,the view from which was amazing.Only minor point was some of the curtains do not hang properly,otherwise it was the most interesting and authentic hotel we stayed in over a 7 state road trip.