This convenient chain provides comfortable lodgings at reasonable prices. Not the most extravagant of area options, the hotel is located just a few minutes from Hartsfield International Airport, making it a logical choice for travelers as well as for those attending events at the large convention facilities nearby. Rooms are available with two double beds or a queen, and are equipped with the basic essentials. Free premium cable, continental breakfast and daily newspapers are offered as nice extras.
This comfortable hotel sets itself apart by throwing all the extras in for free. Complementary services include incoming faxes, local phone calls, newspapers, and a full daily breakfast buffet. Pleasantly decorated if not plush, the guest rooms are roomy enough to spread out in, while two-room suites are available for business guests or traveling families. Located in the Sandy Springs area, the hotel is convenient to Perimeter Mall and is just a short car trip from downtown and Buckhead.
Reliable and roomy, this northeast area hotel is known for providing simple comfort at affordable rates. All guestrooms are designed as suites and come equipped with microwaves, refrigerators, coffeemakers and wet bars. This property opened in 1992, and ten years later, the staff is still committed to superior guest service. Ask about the extra large "Taking Care of Business" suites provide extra space and business capabilities for corporate clients who like to spread out.
This sprawling state park sits about 45 minutes northwest of the city and is home to a rustic lakeside lodge. The park consists of a 1950-acre (790-hectare) peninsula that juts out into scenic Lake Allatoona, a haven for local boaters. In addition, 18 fully equipped cottages are available, which feature fireplaces, decks and grills. While the cabins do not have phones or televisions, they are nicely appointed and can accommodate up to eight guests. The park also offers 92 tent and trailer sites for USD12-16 per night.
Located just off a rustic mountain road that was a main traffic route during the Georgia gold rush of 1829, this well-maintained, full-service cabin resort offers a great escape from city life. Hosts Paul, Mary and Brian Hanson serve as helpful guides to the natural wonder of the North Georgia mountains that surround the grounds. Cabins are equipped with full kitchens, central heat and air, plus old-fashioned ceiling fans and a romantic fireplace with gas logs.
Designed to bring the comforts of home to the harried business traveler, this popular hotel makes a point of making guests feel welcome. The over sized guest rooms feature large desks, reach-anywhere phones with voice mail and data ports, and complementary coffee and newspapers. For more comprehensive services, visit the hotel's business center, which offers fax, copy and printing service. A reasonably priced breakfast buffet is available, and the Courtyard Cafe is open for three meals per day.
A cottage industry in the truest sense, this charming lodge 30 minutes north of Atlanta is also the home of innkeepers Connie and John Kone. Avid hikers and outdoors people, this accommodating couple stands ready to assist guests in exploring the natural wonders of the North Georgia countryside. Two large bedrooms are available; one with a double bed and the other with a double and a twin bed and each has a private bath. Each morning, Connie prepares a home-cooked breakfast, while John stands ready to advise guests on historic and natural excursions.
Natural wonder and business service come together in this convenient facility at Stone Mountain Park. Located just 16 miles (26 kilometers) east of downtown Atlanta, the park is a 3200-acre (1300-hectare) wonderland of forests, lakes, museums and golf, and features as its centerpiece the world's largest exposed granite boulder. In addition to first-rate conference and meeting facilities, the Evergreen offers two cozy lounges, a restaurant (the Waterside), and large guest rooms and suites with scenic views of the lake or Stone Mountain itself.
Set in a quiet neighborhood of nearby Cobb County, this cozy mansion has been properly dubbed the "jewel of Marietta." Featuring five distinctive guestrooms, two dining rooms and two parlors, the Whitlock is a popular choice for wedding ceremonies and stylish receptions. Each guestroom is equipped with a queen-sized bed, a private bath and old-fashioned ceiling fans. A complementary continental breakfast is served each morning, and homemade goodies are offered in the parlor every afternoon. For sheer relaxation, however, nothing beats a few cocktails in the rooftop garden.
A 30-minute car trip into the rolling countryside south of Atlanta will land you at this most romantic of area accommodations. Set on a private country farm, the guest house is a converted 1930s horse barn that now boasts every creature comfort and is accented with antiques and folk art. Guests can choose from a number of cottages on the grounds, including a secluded lake house, or shack up in the guest house, which features a sculpted garden, a swimming pool and a patio with a warm outdoor fireplace.
Known for its unique design and appealing architecture, Indigo Hotel
Atlanta Midtown offers guests "the art and science of living away from home." The open spaced rooms are painted in soft, earthy colors, creating an environment of solitude and ...
This comprehensive chain was designed specifically for extra comfort during
extended stays. All rooms are laid out as suites, with private bedrooms and spacious sitting areas and workspaces. In room amenities include dual line phones, data ports, voicemail, coffeemakers ...
This elegant Queen Anne style house was built in 1890
by a local hardware magnate and is today one of the city's most photographed landmarks. Its beautifully restored exterior and manicured landscaping set it apart even in this historic ...