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Welcome to Courtyard Prattville! We are conveniently located just off I-65 near Maxwell Air Force Base and just minutes from downtown Montgomery.
Welcome to Prattville!
Enjoy service with a smile in a welcoming environment. Our friendly hotel team with southern hospitality is always here to provide you with all the assistance you need during your stay at Courtyard Prattville.
Lobby Seating Area
Designed with your comfort in mind, our lobby offers a variety of seating options.
Lobby Fireplace Area
Our spacious lobby includes seating by our cozy fireplace.
Our thoughtfully designed King Suite offers separate living, working and sleeping areas and includes a 32-inch flat-screen TV, spacious work desk, free Internet access, pull-out sofa bed, microwave, mini-fridge, and coffee maker.
King Suite – Sleeping Area
Our King Suite provides the perfect space for you to work, relax, or recharge. The sleeping area features a plush king-size mattress and crisp linens to create a truly revitalized sleeping experience.
King Suite - Amenities
Our King Suites come with all the amenities you need while traveling.
King Suite Bathroom Vanity
Our guest bathrooms feature a separate vanity area equipped with ample lighting, granite countertops, and thoughtful amenities.
Get the latest news, weather, and sports from the interactive GoBoard display in the lobby. The GoBoard also features an animated map that points guests to the best restaurants, shops, and attractions in Prattville.
Our 24-hour, full service business center is conveniently located in a quiet area off the main lobby.
Quick Print Center
Our business center also includes a Quick Print area to keep you productive when travelling.
For more intimate seating, you can dine, work or relax in one of the cozy media pods, featuring free Wi-Fi, power outlets for laptops or media chargers and a flat-screen TV with your own personal remote control.
The Bistro is your perfect place for breakfast, dinner, snacks on the run, a quick pick-me-up at Starbucks®, or connecting with colleagues over cocktails. Enjoy Courtyard's newest way to make the most of your stay.
Bistro Dining Area
Our spacious dining area is perfect for catching up with old friends or chatting with colleagues while sipping on a freshly brewed cup of Starbucks® coffee or a cocktail from the bar.
Dedicated in 1982 as the first wilderness park developed inside the city limits, this forest has 60-foot tall bamboo with trunks six inches in diameter. The park contains hundreds of varieties of plants, including one of Alabama's largest Beech trees, walking trails, and benches to rest and take in the beauty of Wilderness Park. Photo courtesy of Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce
Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail
The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Capitol Hill, Prattville, offers three championship courses; one of which is home to the LPGA's Navistar Classic. The Senator, a traditional 18-hole Scottish-style layout, The Legislator, a more traditional course at 7,417 yards, which is as tough as it is pretty, and The Judge, which skirts the 200-acre backwaters of the Alabama River and also includes a fairway that overlooks the skyline of Montgomery. Photo courtesy of Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Garden
Located on three acres of land, the space highlights native Alabama plants and includes a children's garden, butterfly and hummingbird garden, a woodland garden, and a trial garden for growing flowers that are not native to the state. As you stroll through the garden, you will find beautiful water features such as a bog area and trickling stream. Photo courtesy of Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce
Prattville – Fountain City
Prattville, Alabama is nicknamed The Fountain City because of its numerous artesian wells. Many of the wells were capped or ceased to flow when efforts were made to move them. However, many wells still produce gallons of clear water daily. Many of the public wells are still open today to enjoy fresh water. Scattered around Prattville enjoy an array of beautiful water fountains around the city as icons of The Fountain City. Photo courtesy of Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Fountain City Arts Festival
The annual Fountain City Arts Festival features artists and fine crafters from throughout the Southeast. The Festival features a children's art pavilion and festival goers can show off their creative talents by working on the community created art pieces under the tree in the center of Pratt Park in downtown Prattville. Photo courtesy of Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Daniel Pratt Historic District
The Daniel Pratt Historic District includes 140 acres and 154 buildings in Prattville. It is named in honor of Prattville's founder, Daniel Pratt. Architecture in the district includes Greek Revival, Italianate, and Bungalow styles. Photo courtesy of Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Buena Vista Mansion
Construction began in 1822 by a foreign man and was then purchased in 1844 by Captain William Montgomery who completed the mansion. The molding and finishing materials were shipped over from England as well as English artisans to complete the elaborately done double parlor and dining room. Another notable feature is the 24-foot spiral staircase made completely out of maghogany and spirals up to the third floor. Visit this outstanding mansion on Tuesdays for tours. Photo courtesy of Prattville Chamber of Commerce.
Local artist, Bob Adams paints Heritage Park, located in Prattville's historic downtown. The park showcases ornate plants and a fountain. Heritage Park overlooks the Autauga Creek Dam and city founder Daniel Pratt's vintage cotton gin. Photo courtesy of Prattville Chamber of Commerce.
Prattauga Art Guild
The guild is headquartered in an 1890's house on Chestnut Street near the Creekwalk, and has become the home of the Prattville Creative Arts Center. The center has several rooms of gallery space. Besides showcasing art, the guild holds several special events throughout the year. Photo courtesy of Prattville Chamber of Commerce.
On the banks of the beautiful Alabama River, Cooters Pond Parks offers two boat ramps, docks, riverwalk, picnic grills, tables' basketball court, and family activities. The park is also home to the See, Pick and Eat Nut Grove as well as the Dog Park, both located on the upper level. Photo courtesy of Prattville Chamber of Commerce.