Accessing the hotel is easy enough. And the convenience of being able to walk through the shared parking lot to a CVS and a few places to eat is certainly welcome.
But the 'good' stops there.
The hotel is in disrepair. Our floor was dank, dark, with a swatch of plastic-wrap over a corner of the hallway. Waterspots on the ceiling. The room itself is "OK". Good sized bathroom. Bed is fine. TV is outdated and small. The kitchenette is a nightmare. Doors falling off hinges. Cabinets in weird places. Just not... user-friendly.
It was NICE to be able to ask for a toaster, pans, and plates, etc., but due to the silly placement of the fire-detector... we set it off literally cooking ANYTHING. The vent fan over the range only blew smoke TOWARDS the detector. Hilariously terrible.
The "breakfast" the hotel offers is not an amenity. It's an insult. Burnt coffee and a basket of generic granola bars. I've have better "continental" offerings from similarly-priced hotels in the past. This was beyond sub-par.
And then the Wifi! Apparently if you want access to ANYTHING beyond bandwidth decent enough to download an email? You PAY OUT THE @$$ for it. $30 tacked on to an already over-priced bill just to get a decent signal.
Would not return to this hotel, or any of it's brethren ever again. When we stay in Smyrna or Marietta next year? I'm headed back to literally anywhere else but here.