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Tim at the front desk was exceptional, his customer service was the best.
Desk manager mariadirty roo Dirty room. No wakeup call. poor valet service
Only thing I liked was convenient location and the service was very friendly. I can't believe this hotel has 4 stars. It barely feels like a hotel and its quite impersonal. The CNN aspect is interesting but the building feels like an office with the hotel as an after thought. The rooms are super out of date and there are no outlets that are easily accessible near the bed which is super annoying for plugging in devices. Also, you have to pay $15/day for internet. SERIOUSLY! Internet should be free and included in the price, PERIOD. The nickel and dimming is super annoying. It reflects how out of date the hotel is. I'm not sure how other ATL hotels are but I'd encourage you to find a better place to stay. I really hope ATL has better options than this place.
The valet parking took to long to get your car
Close enough we were able to walk to the venue and several choices of restaurants nearby. $35 added for required valet parking with almost an hour wait for our car to be retrieved.
We didn't know the limit until we had already booked and gotten the itinerary. Very inconvenient and we had to pay for 2 hotel rooms because we could not cancel. The staff we spoke to on the phone were unpleasant. We were calling to let them know we were going to be arriving late and it turned out we couldn't stay there at all. It would have been nice to know the fine print about the pet friendly hotel before I booked and paid.
Very nice hotel! N/A
Location is great. Easy walk to Phillips Arena and other attractions in the area. Valet parking attendants were wonderful!! Booked online thru hotels.com. Reserved a deluxe double room, with 2 double beds. Got the two beds, in a tiny single room with moldy bathroom in which the tub barely drains while showering, for $358.00. Extra charge for internet!! Called front desk after arrival. Told me they could not do anything about it as I had booked through a third party. Lesson learned.....go direct!
Balcony was a plus My husband and I stayed for (3) days. Our room only cleaned 1 time. On that serviced day, only (1) towel returned, and I had to request a towel the next day. My son had the identical room and his wife had gotten ill one night, they had to call house keeping at (1am) to ask for a clean-up. The hotel staff came in and used a wet vac... to pick up (bio-hazard) vomit that had hit the floor. I'm sure this happens from time to time and you'd think they'd use some kind of disinfectant and clean more thoroughly the next day or on the occasion.. No other cleaning application was applied. Gross
Staff, food, and location were all great. Our vehicle was damaged after paying a $70.00 fee for 2 nights of parking and the staff basically told me we were shit out of luck on them even attempting to offer to repair the damages even though they were the only ones that had access to the vehicle. This was a very huge disappointment. We may pursue the matter legally.
Close to Phillips Arena The hotel is outdated; tried to charge us $3.75 delivery service for silverware; water in shower didn't drain.
Lobby was nice & location was good The carpet was stained and worn, and so was the furniture. The tub was so clogged that the water backed up to your ankles even in a quick shower. Valet never answered the phone and was slow even when there were four or five guys standing around. Self park is not even an option. Check-in was slow. View was horrible- we had an inside facing room. I've had nicer stays at budget hotels. Don't expect much from this place. Every amenity is charged separately.
The room was great, very comfortable bed. It can be a bit noisy as it is on a busy street. Sounded like we were in NY.
Next door to all of downtown Atlanta.
Rude staff. Small rooms, that felt unwelcoming. Poor location for anything outside of every touristy sites.
The hotel has a nice boutique feel. The bed was comfortable. We opted to pre-check the day before arrival and requested a spacious room from the options. The room we received was so small that there was no space to place our open luggage! Also, the shower was fairly small and no bathtub.
Clean and modern looking rooms. Enjoyed the rain showerhead and the view from the rooftop bar. The staff was friendly and handed us mojitos at the check-in counter. Parking is way over-priced. Rooms were a bit small but still comfortable.
Very convenient to the Olympic Park. And loved the trendy style.
Very near to the place where I wanted to go House keeping was poor,for examples not proper bed making, no shampoo refill and no bottle opener in the room in spite of minibar facility, not enough help for sightseeing information.
Rooftop Restaurant needs a remodel/ furniture could be upgraded. Floors as well in hotel hallways.
Being close to all the sporting events arena's
The hotel was very pretty and clean and the complementary breakfast was really good. The parking rates are outraeous .....
It was near tourist attractions. And it had valet parking. The alarm went off twice in the middle of the night. After evacuating twice we did not get a good explaination as to what was going on and we should have gotten a discount or something for being woken up by an emergency alarm twice!
The convenience of the location.
The staff could not have been any more helpful. They were never too busy to stop and answer questions or help us with anything. The breakfast buffet was wonderful. The location was wonderful as well - easy access to the aquarium, coke museum and centennial park.
I stayed here because of its close proximity to the Georgia dome.
The two room suite is great when traveling with children. The breakfast was absolutely wonderful. There was a sign on the door to the pool stating the hot tub was not working. However, it was but it was full of children. It would be good to have stricter rules for the hot tub. The corners of the room (behind the lamp and furniture) were full of dust.
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