Near MARTA, a grocery, and my conference
Posted Nov 24, 2016 on Hotels
I am not sure why I had a disability room (I don't ...think I asked for that? and I would hate for someone who needed the accommodations to not get them) but I do note that even though the room had specific accessibility features such as a walk-in shower (no tub to step over), the door was just crazy heavy. I'm a big girl, and I had to lean on it pretty hard; I seriously doubt that if I had significant mobility impairment I would be able to open it. Other problem: my key card de-programmed itself many times despite replacement at least once. Desk staff suggested it might be reacting to my phone, but 1. it wasn't always near my phone, and 2. even if so, since people often keep a phone in the same vicinity as card things, that seems like a problem. I didn't have any other issues, and staff were helpful and cheerful. I liked my room and the opportunity to cook my own food. Bed was comfortable, everything worked fine and seemed to be in pretty good repair in the room. Really small thing: I'd like to have had a printed TV channel guide since as far as I was able to determine there was no guide channel or system on the TV.