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Augusta Georgia, is situated along the Savannah River near the Georgia and South Carolina state borders. Augusta hosts the annual Masters Golf Tournament that takes place at the beginning of April, and the city is known for its arts and culture. Visit the Morris Museum of Art, catch a show at the Imperial Theater downtown, or visit the boyhood home of President Woodrow Wilson. Hotels in Augusta range from large chain hotels to bed and breakfast inns.

Augusta Quick Picks and Tips

There are plenty of hotels in Augusta near the Belair and Peter S. Knox Conference Centers. Hotel Augusta guests can reserve space for hosting business meetings, banquets, weddings, parties, or catering events.


Augusta is home many eateries serving dishes ranging from traditional southern fare to French cuisine and seafood. Try the French Market Grille on Highland Drive that specializes in New Orleans-influenced seafood.

Major Point of Interest

Augusta is best explored through outdoor activities. A popular outdoor attraction is the Lake Olmstead Park located on Milledge Road. Park visitors can relax or fish on their boat while cruising the lake. This park also features a golf course and 3.5-mile walking trail.


The Surrey Center on Highland Avenue has a variety of restaurants, boutique stores, and several nightclubs near hotels Augusta. Visit the Barbara Kelly Antique Gallery, find fun gifts at the Swank Company, or shop the number of clothing stores throughout the center.


The Masters Golf Tournament held at the Augusta National Golf Club is a must-do event for golf fans visiting Augusta hotels in April.


DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Augusta

Sad family trip made bearable

This was an overnight stay for a family funeral. The accommodations of the DoubleTree made this sad trip bearable. The front desk personnel were beyond friendly and accommodated our request for a crib in one room and to locate all three rooms together on one floor without question. The rooms were neat and clean with plenty of towels in the bathroom and pillows on the bed. Admittedly I am too picky to like any hotel bed, which was more comfortable than most, but even the abundance of pillows could not make up for their flatness. Overall the stay was very good but for the per room price and paying for three of them, I would have expected an included breakfast alternative to the $10.99 per person breakfast buffet. We opted for an off-site fast food breakfast biscuit instead. Everyone however LOVED the warm chocolate chip cookies at check-in!

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2 years ago


Quality Inn Medical Center Area


I came to visit all the way from Houston and I decided to stay at quality inn. My experience was nice the staff members were nice. If you needed anything they had no problem bringing it to you. My overall experience with was pleasant I would definitely recommend this place and come stay at this hotel again. Okay that's all

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9 months ago


Baymont Inn & Suites Augusta Fort Gordon

This hotel was very clean! I appreciated a clean room that allowed for pets. The pool area looked enticing, going to come back over the summer to visit family and use the pool. The breakfast was very nice and we even ate dinner at the onsite restaurant. The food and service was great.

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4 months ago


Comfort Inn & Suites

Great night's rest

Early check-in was a breeze. Pillows are the most comfortable I have ever experienced in a hotel! Rooms are clean and would have given a 5 if not for a bit of musty smell. But I have to say overall it is exceptional for a small city hotel.

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3 months ago