My family and I ended up in the Urban Oasis for pure luck. In fact we were in Atlanta during the snow storm that blocked the all city, while we were supposed to fly to Louisiana. All B&B were either full or closed for snow. So we went the Urban Oasis since it was the only one that had a spare room, which actually happened because somebody booked it but could not reach the city. We stayed one night, and then a second one. Everything was improvised, still our experience was so pleasant and the owner made everything she could to make us feel at one, like one of her family. Nearly every place in the city was closed, and anyway our car was not able to go around the city as all streets were frozen, but that was not a problema at all. Our two little daughters played with the dogs, and actually did not want to even go out for a stroll. The last day, before leaving, we could walk around the suburb and appreciate how many original artists work and expose their production there. It is really a fantastic place where to live. If I will ever move to Atlanta I certainly want to live in that suburb. So, what can I say? Sometimes accidents produce discoveries. And this was one of them!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Urban Oasis at 130 A Krog Street is a 5,400 sq foot loft located in the Inman Park neighborhood, just one mile from Downtown Atlanta. We provide our guests at the Urban Oasis Bed and Breakfast with a different way to experience modern southern living in a loft right in the middle of this hip, vibrant city. This 5 bedroom 4 bath loft has been featured in magazines and on television and has been the site of many photo shoots for print and TV. The proprietors Judi Knight and Duane Solem love to entertain and you will feel like a guest in their home. It is a perfect way to experience the city and to feel like you are visiting friends in town. ... more less