I really enjoyed my stay at this hotel. The hotel and room was immaculate, the bed was the most... See full review
Oct 8, 2008
Conveniently located off Interstate 20, this Baymont Inn and Suites Augusta Riverwatch is near Downtown Augusta, Convention Center, Fort Gordon Garrison, Augusta National Golf Course, Augusta Riverwalk, the Morris Museum of Art, James Brown Boulevard, kayaking down the Augusta Canal, Augusta State University, Georgia Health Sciences University, Aiken Technical college, shopping and many local restaurants.
Experience hometown hospitality at this lodging with complimentary hot breakfast, complimentary Internet, outdoor pool, gym and 24-hour business center. There is no charge for children under 17 when staying with an adult.
Guest room amenities include desk, safe, iron and ironing board. Suites, handicapped-accessible and non-smoking rooms are also available.
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friendly staff, helpful in everyway. Surprised by large room and extras. Will stay here again on next trip to Augusta. Air conditioning unit fan a little noisy but we didn't have time to complain so it was our fault for not having this fixed. Feel
certain that they would have. Excellent service and could not have been more convenient to everything we needed.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Easy on and off highway and convenient to most anything in and around Augusta
Great price and located near a variety of restaurants and shopping. The staff was very friendly. Room was clean and had a fridge and microwave. The hot breakfast offered a variety to please everyone in the family. The hotel was not fancy but for
the price was a great bargain.
I paid $50 a night and probably over payed. The rooms were dated but clean, the breakfast probably won't kill you, nothing special but hey it's cheap. But what is shady is that they will try and charge you and extra $1.50 for use of the safe in
your room. You have to make sure you tell them you didn't use it. Yeah, it's just a buck and a half but the principal of a sneaky fee in annoying.
This is a beautiful place. The outside does not do the inside justice. Beautiful clean rooms. Very comfortable beds. Rooms are immaculate and very up to date on decorating. The breakfast was fantastic. This was an overall wonderful stay and we
plan on seeking out Baymont Inns for future stays.
Night clerk on duty Sat. night was real nice, but I check in Sat. morning. They gave me a handy cap room The afternoon clerk would not change my handy cap room to a real room. I did not have time do this after checking in. The first thing that was
said to me was oh you got your room through [...]
Just came off of a business paid three-week stay at the Rodeway Inn in Brunswick, GA. I thought that was the armpit of hotels in America, however the bedspread, carpets, and air conditioner were identical at the Baymont Inn at Augusta, GA. The
only difference was that the Baymont had a small fridge and microwave and the bathroom was completely set up for handicapped people. I felt like I was in a cheap elderly care facility. They neglected to say there was a train station across the street, which kept me from sleeping.