My goal in choosing a hotel for this trip was to find one close to downtown at a reasonable price, and this hotel met both of those criteria. No serious complaints, the outside of the hotel and the common areas are nice, and the rooms themselves are okay, not awesome but at least they're clean. I found the shower difficult to operate, I've never seen a mechanism like the one in our bathroom to get the water to come out of the shower head. The only minor issue I had was the condition of the interior hallways; they were so dingy I felt like I was in some sort of shabby apartment building. To be fair, this did not seem to be a matter of cleanliness, it might have been just the particular type of carpet or paint that was there that gave that effect, but nevertheless for me it took away from what was otherwise a pleasant hotel experience. Still, having said all of that, the good outweighed the bad. A very big plus during our stay was being so close to Paschal's restaurant, where we ate a couple of times.
Traveller from Los Angeles, CA
Located in Downtown Atlanta, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Clark Atlanta University, Georgia Dome, and Philips …More
Check in was a little rough with both agents ignoring me while one taught the other how to run some sort of report. Other than that my stay was great. Beautiful guestrooms, comfortable bed, and a great location downtown.
Traveller from savannah, ga
Located in Downtown Atlanta, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of AmericasMart, Centennial Olympic Park, and English …More
Pocket Guide: Sweet Auburn Historic District Downtown Atlanta Hotels
The CNN Center and Centennial Olympic Park are the centerpieces of downtown Atlanta. The Georgia World Congress Center, America’s fourth largest convention center, borders the park. Next door, the Georgia Dome is home of the NFL’s Falcons. At Pemberton Place, the World of Coca-Cola allows for a close study of pop culture. Also downtown are the MLB Braves’ Turner Field and the Georgia Aquarium.