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The Battle House Hotel is a historic hotel in Mobile, Alabama. It is also known as The Battle House Renaissance Hotel, built in 1908 as a replacement to an earlier hotel building that was completed on the same site in 1852.

The Battle House Hotel has seen quite a number of prominent figures in the whole duration of its existence. The first Battle House welcomed Stephen A. Douglas, Jefferson Davis, Millard Fillmore, Winfield Scott, and Henry Clay as its guest at various times. It has also become a venue for a National Weather Service station in 1880.

The Battle House Hotel got its name after its original owners, the Battle brothers. It was closed down in 1974. It was, however, restored recently, and is now operating again under the Marriott brand.
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