My father recently had a coronary incident and had to go to Emory hospital. Fortunately, the Emory Inn was right down the road and offered a "discount" rate for hospital patient families (90). I will say that we came in very late and the hotel attendant was very nice to us. The room was adequate, but the air conditioner worked poorly and we were hot all night. We stayed two nights but left early each morning and arrived late at night. Unfortunately, upon arriving late the second night we discovered our beds were not even remade. After spending 90 dollars for a hotel room you expect the beds to at least be made. About those beds, they were hard as brick bats. There was no replacement soap, shampoo, the tv was dated, the ice maker was broken, the continental breakfast was better left in the cupboard, and the sheets were not even fitted so by the end of the night I was sleeping on a bare mattress. Overall, the room was initially clean and good in a pinch. However, this room was WAY overpriced.
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