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The pluses were we got a free upgrade to a huge suite, clean & comfortable , free parking , Great breakfast and absolutely lovely staff ! Friendly, attentive & informative , all the girls we met were a tribute to the Inn ! The negatives...More
Stopped here for a few nights first room we were given was so grubby we asked to be moved, the second room was just OK but very warn out and not great but thought it isn't going to get any better so stuck with this...More
We figured we didn't need anything fancy, just a clean bed but this place was rough. The drywall was horrible, the fridge was broke and we told them and they never tried to repair or replace. We killed a bug on me in the bed...More
A short walk to the Georgia Dome, this hotel was perfect for our trip to see the game. The exterior and lobby are attractive and look to have been updated but the rooms, although clean, are outdated and in need of some repairs.
This hotel needs a serious update to the rooms, but it's very convenient to the GA Dome, Phillips Arena, etc. rooms are large, but carpet is very stained and walls need cleaning/painting. Quiet with good parking. Restaurant in the parking lot was good. Hotel staff...More
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From my personal experience I was with my daughter, son and his Gf , all adults here. Went to the GHSA playoffs. It is in a bad area of the city. I would only walk in groups and take only what you need in your pockets. Safe... More
From my personal experience I was with my daughter, son and his Gf , all adults here. Went to the GHSA playoffs. It is in a bad area of the city. I would only walk in groups and take only what you need in your pockets. Safe during the day , but after dark noway. All the street people come out and more. It's about a 4 block walk. I would certainly carry mace to be safe. And to note... I'm very familiar with Big Cities.