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Very nice hotel and staff - from the bell boys to the front desk staff to the folks at the attached restaurant. My only dig would be an issue with sound proofing. I was awake at 3am with my baby and could hear other guest coming in as if my door was ajarwhich made me feel bad that they could hear ...
The neighborhood is very quiet and I never had a problem with sound disturbance. It is located right in the downtown area with two restaurants right across the street: Tuk Tuk ( a Thai restaurant) and Chipolte ( a Mexican restaurant.) Also and art store right behind Chipolte if you are into drawing ...
Everything was clean and in order. The staff were very professional and so nice.This was my 2nd year staying here.Its becoming my home when I attend the Bonner Bros Hairshow
Had it not been for Pinky I would not rate this hotel at all. From the front desk to cleanliness of room, the service was okay. Pinky made us feel at home and was willing to do what we ask in order to make us feel comfortable. While we were there, staff were not that accommodating. The hotel needs ...
The hotel is good. This was my first visit to Atlanta and I didn't known the city. The area around the hotel looks like some time in the past was very nice, but now besides the hotels (2 more at least) a Mall that is basically a food court, and some restaurants in the streets there isn't much to ...
Great place to stay very quiet and soft bed. Nice friendly hotel staff and nice restaurant in the hotel to eat at.
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