Jun 19 - Jun 20
Very lovely, very clean, comfortable. I felt safe, relaxed during my stay.
Jun 1 - Jun 2
Bathroom not working properly bathtub damage but nice place
Jun 1 - Jun 2
Nice, really enjoyed the stay. Fast check-in, perfect parking.
Jul 1 - Jul 2
Reserved a king bed but was given two queens. Not what I wanted.
Jun 21 - Jun 22
Hotel is in a great location. Plenty of places to get to if you’re on foot or just want to walk. Area seems decently safe. Safe was a little loud, dealt with two different workers who were rude for no reason, other than that I enjoyed my stay
Jun 2 - Jun 3
Very nice hotel with some neat extras that aren't typical of others at this price point (clothing steamer, lighted bathroom mirror, padded bench seating in room, ironing board/iron, wall hangers for vertical storage, high-end shapooos, conditioners and soaps). The staff was fantastic and even opened ...
Jun 14 - Jun 15
Very clean and welcoming peoples was good greaters
Jun 5 - Jun 6
I loved the recliner in my room. Easy to get in and out of property.
Jun 1 - Jun 2
It was clean and convenient. The breakfast area was very small and there were not many options.
Along the Savannah River you will find Augusta, Georgia, a city known for its vibrant art scene and the annual Masters Golf Tournament every April. Augusta has actually been referenced to as the ‘Winter gold capital of America’. The city is filled with Southern charm and hospitality, and has been a popular resort destination throughout the centuries. Whether you come for the golf, the Southern hospitality, or the rich history of the city, a trip to Augusta comes highly recommended.
You will find most of the activities and attractions in Augusta in the downtown area of the city. It is here that you can visit the Augusta Visitor Center, which will provide you with all the information you need to visit Augusta. Furthermore, you will be able to check out the Augusta Market, and try various local and regional treats.
The Augusta Riverwalk is located in Downtown Augusta and is a beautiful walkway along the Savannah River. You will find a children’s playground and several gardens, and also a few hotels near the Augusta Riverwalk.
Another popular activity in Augusta is the Morris Museum of Art. Discover its vast collection of art, dating back to the early nineteenth century. Special exhibitions are held from time to time, and several different public programs. If you are an art lover we definitely recommend finding a hotel near the Morris Museum of Art.
You will find hotels in Augusta to fit every need. Should you be specifically looking to stay in a 3 star hotel in Augusta, you will be happy to find that there are 22 for you to choose from. These hotels offer comfort and basic amenities, allowing you to spend your budget on exploring the city.
If you are travelling to Augusta on business, you should be happy to hear that there are 87 business hotels in Augusta to make your pick.
Those traveling to Augusta with a pet must know that the city is considered very animal friendly. One very important reason is that there are over 50 pet-friendly hotels in Augusta. You can bring your four-legged friend with a clear conscience.
In case you are looking for some unique things to do in Augusta, you will find that there are plenty. In particular, there is one great boutique hotel in Augusta, where you can stay while exploring the city. Comfort and style await you.
The Augusta Regional Airport offers flights from all over the United States. It has been serving travelers for over 60 years, ever since being established as a flight training school. If you are flying into Augusta at night, or have an early morning flight, you can check in to one of the pleasant hotels near Augusta Regional Airport and enjoy your layover comfortably.