The hotel is very nice, clean and has a bar and a restaurant. Barnes and Noble is just across the street with a Starbucks; I spent quite a bit of tome here while my fiancee attended a conference. The streets were clean and there are lots of places to eat in the area. What I didn't like was there are no microwaves or refrigerators in the rooms so I ended up throwing away a lot of expensive food that were leftovers from the dinners we had during our stay. The other thing was instead of having complimentary mouth wash or "forgotten personal items" they have a little "store" by the front desk where you can purchase these items at a premium. They also have drinks and snacks for purchase instead of vending machines and everything is extremely over priced. I feel for $260 a night that they should not charge you for mouthwash.
- Also Known As:
- Georgia Tech Hotel Atlanta
- Georgia Tech Atlanta
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Overlooking the vibrant streets of Midtown Atlanta and the Georgia Tech campus, our innovative hotel offers modern accommodations for high-energy business and leisure travelers who demand the luxuries of home and office. Designed for maximum comfort and capability, our 252 newly renovated guest rooms deliver a refreshing mix of urban flair and innovative technology that inspire creativity and relaxation. ... more less
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