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I like the room service. I like the privacy. I like almost all the staff. This time although the food is prepared really well. I felt like they had a new chef that was over seasoning food. Don't like that they removed some of the southern dishes and housekeeping was skipping steps. not lining garbage ...
Great location! Walking distance to many great restaurants in The Poncey-Highlands and Virginia Highlands neighborhoods. Friendly staff. Old school charm. Good value.
Enjoyed my impromptu stay at this boutique hotel. I would definitely come back.
The suite was very spacious and a great value for the room.
the staff was very friendly and helpful.. what I didn't like were the shampoo etc. containers were hard to open and hard to squeeze out the contents.
The pool needs to be updated. Also the temperature in the bar area was too warm.
Welcoming environment friendly service amazing views
Convenience to the Fox Theater and to dining. Boutique style hotel. Room had views of Peachtree Street but did not hear street noise at night.
Only a short drive to downtown, but out enough to be a quiet neighborhood. We spent two nights there for a business trip, it was just as described, and I would stay there again if business takes me that way.
When you go on a Atlanta trip out of town, it is easy to choose a modern hotel, or a chain you are familiar with. You may be used to your room having all the familiar amenities. However, staying in an in a more distinctive accommodation can enrich your stay. A stay in a Atlanta historic hotel still gives you a well-appointed room and one with lots of character. Moreover, it affords you the chance to immerse yourself in Atlanta's past.
A visit to one of these Atlanta historic accommodations can give you a feel for a historic period as soon as you step into the lobby. With Victorian-style architecture and locations in the heart of Atlanta, it will become clear what makes Atlanta renowned. Fortunately, you aren't required to live like the hotel's past occupants. Although these hotels may be vintage, they have many up-to-date conveniences to help you relax or keep in touch on your trip. You will find rooms outfitted with a comfortable bed and just about everything else you'll want for a wonderful visit.
Once you have explored your hotel, you can check out the art galleries and famous landmarks to absorb more of the area's culture. If you love history, then you have come to the right place. Atlanta has 9 historical buildings and sites nearby. After checking out places like Atlanta University Stone Hall, Fox Theatre, and Dixie Coca-Cola Bottling Company Plant you'll be able to pen your own guide on Atlanta. If you have time, then also add in a visit to Joel Chandler Harris House. Looking for more things to do in Atlanta? You can see what fellow visitors thought were worth visiting in Expedia's comment section. You'll find 13646 suggestions in our comment section on more sights to see, great places to eat, and what they enjoyed most during their visit.
Atlanta has 1837 vintage hotels that maintain the look and feel of another era. Some of these famous hotels are where respected musicians may have stayed. You are certain to book a room with all the amenities as well as the qualities you want. Make sure to book your Atlanta vintage hotel soon, or you could miss out on a stay in a one-of-a kind accommodation.