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Sleep Inn McDonough

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

All of the rooms were very clean and comfortable. The suites are very comfortable and roomy. What a wonderful hotel this is! The staff go above and beyond to help each and every guest and make them feel welcome. We were here a couple of weeks. Nice and quiet hotel and reasonable prices. The hotel is very clean. I will stay here again next time I’m in the area.

not much parking at all and u can hear everything from the room next 2 you the room was clean thoe and the front desk lady was nice a gas station right next door all and all stay was not that bad at all

Clean and quiet. Comfortable bed. Just enough outlets to charge our devices. Not much room for a large vehicle to turn at the lobby drop off, but plenty of parking. The usual hot and cold breakfast choices found at most Choice Hotels. The staff were all friendly and attentive to our needs. We did report (during checkout) a small leak from the tank to bowl connection that was leaving a puddle behind the toilet. As this was a second floor room, it may eventually cause problems to the room below if left unrepaired. NOTE: Our GPS took us well past the real entrance, so be careful, but very easy access back to the highway.

We stopped for a quick night's stay just outside of Atlanta. The "price" and the "SO CLEAN!" reviews are what led us here. But ...Right off the freeway we were totally stuck in a traffic jam! This area is SOOO congested around 5pm. Beware. Also saw train tracks right behind the hotel as we pulled in! The front desk lady was very nice and indicated those tracks did not have trains run on them. We were given a top floor room (my request). As soon as we arrived on our floor, I noticed there was an odor ... a dirty odor, maybe from former smokers? I am a clean freak, and have a sensitive nose to these things. The room, although very updated/stylish decor, had an unclean smell/feel to it, the sheets were yellowed and not crisp, and there was a HAIR STUCK IN ONE OF THE TOWELS? Um... ewww! The (minimal) towels supplied to us were very small, and did not feel clean to me at all. I wished I had brought my own! Also, only given 1 soap, so we had none in the shower. The shower is a standup stall thing with no tub. The microwave turn table made clunking noises. The fridge was not very cold, and it had no way to adjust temp! The TV remote was TAPED UP? and did not work. We asked for (and got) a newer/not taped up one, but after having to program it - it only allowed us to view one channel. Not good. It was late in the evening and we did not ask for someone to come help as I had just gotten some devastating family news. Also, the AC was loud and inept and I had to get up in the middle of the night to readjust temp. Traffic noise on and off all night. Bed was hard as a rock. The WIFI was very good though. But overall, sorry to say, I was disappointed. It was a $49 or $59 room at most, not $90! Frankie at the front desk was very nice and helpful to us at check in. The check out lady was also nice. The breakfast was good as well, although the area to eat was very small/cramped. I would not stay here again, and at $90++ a night I really would expect more/better. Clean up the act, Sleep Inn! Add some bleach to your laundry! Ps: A $65 room rate quickly turns into over $90 when you add in all the taxes and fees! Ugh!

I break down my hotel reviews into categories. I rate each on a scale of 1 to 5, measuring against similar hotels in its class. Scroll to the bottom for a quick summary. Hope it helps. Customer Service: 5/5 I arrived after 1am following a long drive. I am sure the clerk on duty would have preferred to be sleeping in one of the guest rooms, but she was very pleasant and welcoming, taking the time to make sure my Choice Hotels points were credited. She readily granted me a 1 hour late check-out. I received a similar cheery greeting from the morning clerk when I left. Appearance: 4.5/5 The lobby was immaculate, spacious with a pleasant sitting area, and well-lit. Even though it was after midnight, the floors appeared to have been freshly mopped. The elevator and stairwells were very well-maintained. The hallway carpeting on my floor had some noticeable stains, but the carpet itself looked new. A couple spots on the walls appeared to have been touched up, a good sign that management takes care of the property. My single king room smelled fresh upon entering. Not a smudge or scuff to be found on the walls. Carpeting in good condition. Utilities, Access, Noise: 4.5/5 Pro: • Good lighting in room • Enough outlets near desk and bed for my gear • Wifi worked • Flatscreen TV delivered a good picture • AC was responsive • Elevator access • More parking than normal in front of building • No noise bleed from other rooms or street Con: • AC unit made an irritating hum for awhile when powered up • Noisy air vent in hallway Sleep Quality: 5/5 Delightful! A medium firm mattress with a dreamy pillowtop pad. Very soft linens and pillows were just right – not too much loft nor too flat. Bath: 2.5/5 The typical setup for a Sleep Inn. Separate vanity area from toilet and shower area. Vanity has scant counter space but was well lit. The shower delivered good water pressure but emitted a high pitch sound like an air raid siren when the temperature knob was turned up. Only two flat, lifeless, full-body towels were provided on the rack. Extras: 3/5 Standard hotel breakfast served from 6:00 – 9:30am. There are a somewhat depressing, small indoor pool and a tiny fitness room on the premises. The hotel is walking distance from a couple low cost dining options and surrounded by gas station/convenience stores. Value: 5/5 I paid $73 + tax for my single king, on the low end for a Sleep Inn. This property measures up against others in the important categories. TOTAL: 29.5/35 My grade: B (Despite some issues with the bathroom, this SI is generally well-maintained and offers a great night’s sleep)

Very pleasant experience, nice location, reasonably quiet, efficient, courteous staff. Breakfast pretty standard for upper mid-price range. Room clean and linens 'smelled' clean. Location is right offI-75 and easy to get to.

Our car broke down on a Sunday morning on I-75 and we couldn't get a repair until the next morning, so we needed a pet-friendly hotel nearby. We found this Sleep Inn and are glad we did. First, the location is nothing fancy, it's nestled between the state highway just off I-75 and the railroad tracks. It's clean and well-kept. First impressions were good, with the friendly woman at the front desk getting us checked in quickly and easily. Our room was the typical Sleep Inn setup, but plenty good for our needs. A family member took advantage of the indoor pool and enjoyed it very much. I had a little trouble with the network connection at first, then no problems once connected. In the morning, breakfast was also your typical Sleep Inn offerings, nothing special but nothing to complain about. Since our car wasn't going to be ready until a bit after noon, we asked for and were granted a late checkout with no trouble at all. If we're ever in need of a pet-friendly hotel in the area again, we'll definitely be back.

The staff was courteous. We needed a room for a dog, it was clean but smelled like dog. It would be nice if all dog appointed rooms were vinyl flooring. The breakfast had minimal choices. The beds could be softer. The location had an area for the dogs to walk. If you like fast food there is a place next door. The parking at the sleep in could use some expansion when there is no vacancy.

Room was clean, and had plenty of plugs and power for devices. Seems well taken care of. Location has heavy traffic patterns. Truck stop across street, distribution center close. Waffle House and Krystals close by.

We stopped here on the way Florida. It was easy to get to offer I 75. We were greeted and helped immediately. We had a king size room which was fine. It was clean , pleasantly decorated and easily accessible on the 3rd floor. Adequate towels , small bathroom with sink outside the bathroom. Walk in shower. Breakfast was typical and adequate. Our only complaint was the outside noise during the night of cars on the local road. The motel can't control that but you could ask for a room on the opposite side of the road. This would be a place we could return to.

945 Highway 155 S Mcdonough GA

Hotel highlights

  • Free full breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Indoor pool

Sleep Inn McDonough places you 12.1 mi (19.5 km) from Atlanta Motor Speedway. This 63-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Georgia State University is also 31.9 mi (51.4 km) away.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free full breakfast, served each morning from 6 AM to 9:30 AM.


Rooms

All 63 air-conditioned rooms feature microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. 32-inch flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Pillowtop beds grant a restful night's sleep, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free newspapers, free long-distance calls, and free local calls are other standard amenities.


Property features

At Sleep Inn McDonough, guests enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. If you drive, take advantage of free parking. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a meeting room, a 24-hour business center, and free newspapers.

Room options

Standard Double Room, 2 Double Beds, Non Smoking

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

50% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 55 reviews