Stayed in the radius tower. TV was at a weird viewing angle from the bed, no fridge or microwave in the room which is annoying. No vending machine on the floor (6th floor). Staff was slow to bring towels, extra pillows etc. Bathroom was small and no counter space. However, not going to judge any ...
We were on our way to another place for vacation, so for the price it is OK, clean and convenient. There were people walking and talking in the hallway at midnight, and we can smell smoke from the hallway too. Breakfast was ok. Have microwave and coffee maker and fridge. Ice maker in the hallway ...
We loved the courtesy of the staff and the architecture presentation of the out to inside, the chandeliers took my breath and the view of our room overlooking the Japanese garden area, the quietness of the hotel was so needed and great to have, along with the cleanliness. Easy access to everything, ...
Very nice urban hotel, great location, walking distance to restaurant and shops right in midtown ATL. The rooms were clean and fairly spacious. Tip, I'm not sure about weekdays, but on weekends there's on street parking, right around the corner.
Georgia's first city and arguably the ‘capital of the South,’ Atlanta is a city where you can spy a beluga whale or giant panda cub, delight in everything from fusion fine dining to a burrito from Sweet Auburn Curb Market, and learn about where the much-loved soda comes from at World of Coca-Cola. With its blend of Southern Yankee charm and dynamic style, Atlanta appeals to business travelers staying Downtown, but those who want to tour both Civil War and civil rights history can still have their fill with the Atlanta Cyclorama museum and Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.
Zoo Atlanta is home to well over 1,500 animals, set in the sprawling Victorian design of Grant Park, hence the animal attraction's original name of Grant Park Zoo. The biggest draw is often the resident pandas, though a varied line-up of everything from elephants to chameleons also brings in the family crowds. With the zoo sitting alongside Civil War museum Atlanta Cyclorama, guests can spend a whole day pleasing everyone in the family in Grant Park.
Marvel at the wide array of marine life, activities and educational programs offered by the Georgia Aquarium on the north side of Centennial Olympic Park, and try to squeeze in a dolphin show if there’s time. Feel like getting out on the water yourself? Visit Lake Lanier around an hour north of the city, for a solo fishing trip or some family time around the bonfire.
Head to the Fernbank Museum of Natural History to learn all kinds of fascinating things about dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. If you're more into contemporary art and photography, be sure to visit Ferst Center for the Arts. There's even a museum designed specifically for children: Children's Museum of Atlanta, with an emphasis on learning through colorful and creative workshops and play-zones. And don't miss the tempting tasting rooms at the World of Coca-Cola.
Six Flags is where those with a healthy craving for thrill rides should go, though there are plenty of underage options for younger visitors. The Acrophobia is a freefall tower that you'll never forget; it's merciless but unbelievably fun. Aside from rides, Six Flags offers tons of restaurants, souvenir shops and games. If you need a break from the heat, head for White Water, a theme park filled with epic water rides guaranteed to soak you through and cool you down.
You'll find a number of well-known sports teams in town, including the Braves, Falcons and Hawks. Make time for an exciting ballgame at the Phillips Arena. The basketball skills of the Hawks are also on display here, as well as international music and television stars that include the likes of Oprah Winfrey.
Located approximately eight miles south of downtown, the HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is the world's busiest airport. However, it is very accessible and within a mile you'll find numerous Atlanta hotels, including Marriott Gateway Atlanta Airport, the Days Inn Airport Best Road and the SpringHill Suites Atlanta Airport Gateway. If you're staying Downtown or in Buckhead, use MARTA rapid rail transport direct from the airport.
You can also travel to Atlanta and get around by train, with the national rail station at Peachtree Center and the Amtrak station at Peachtree Street N.W, allowing you to jump on and off the network of buses and local trains throughout the city.
If you have the choice, plan your trip to Atlanta in late May. This time of year is summery without being too hot, and many concerts and other fun-filled activities get underway. The subtropical climate means that things can get humid here later in the year, with temperatures well into the 90s. Avoid thunderstorms and windier weather by coming in the relatively calm and dry autumn.
We fly out tomorrow so we are close to airport. The shuttle service to and from airport was fantastic.
We were on our way to another place for vacation, so for the price it is OK, clean and convenient. There were people walking and talking in the hallway at midnight, and we can smell smoke from the hallway too. Breakfast was ok. Have microwave and coffee maker and fridge. Ice maker in the hallway too, that's a plus.
decent hotel. But my air never works good there. Also ended up with a room this time air didn't work and the frig made a loud noise for 2 days. Pillows aren't as comfy nor beds as some of their other hotels.
i travel all over the us and look for inexpensive rooms and this was right where i needed it and was perfect for me