Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Augusta, offering a quiet environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge and room service while staying at Marriott Augusta. In addition, Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center offers a pool and a lounge, which will help make your Augusta trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as James Brown Statue (0.2 mi) and Signer's Monument (0.6 mi), guests of Augusta Marriott can easily experience some of Augusta's most well known attractions.
Augusta has plenty of Italian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Luigi's, The Pizza Joint, and Augustino's Italian Eatery and Prime Steaks, which are serving up some great dishes.
Should time allow, Riverwalk, Augusta Museum of History, and Augusta Canal Discovery Center are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Augusta!
I’m 0/3 at this property. We have attended a convention here for the last 3 years here and had generally poor experiences every year. The staff is usually friendly but this year there was a security guard who took his job very seriously and was very diligent about harassing the convention guests. He ran folks out of the hallway during the after hours events, never been an issue in the past. Ran families out of the outdoor pool at 10:00, no pool hours posted and has never been an issue in the past. That leaves the dirty, run down inside pool, yuck. Marriot has been pushing me to download their app so you can check in through the app and skip the front desk, nope still have to go stand in line to get keys. I also requested an extra pillow and blanket on the app at check in, nope. Good luck getting a luggage cart, they only have a couple and the bell hops guard them like the security guard watches that pool. Room was sort of clean, an improvement over the past. There was a used contact lens stuck to the sheets, hopefully that was from the laundry… 1 regular coffee and 3 decafs. I message the service for some more through the much ballyhooed app, quick response and then they never bring them. If Marriot is going to keep using COVID as an excuse to provide less service at the same price, maybe stock the rooms better? I don’t know if I will attend the convention next year, this hotel although reasonably priced and convenient to the convention center is always a mess and having 1 employee bug us while the rest can’t seem to do basic hotel functions really makes a mediocre experience frustrating.…
We spent one night (on points) at this Marriott, as we were in town for a funeral. Not a very happy occasion, but all of the staff made our stay very pleasant. They were all so nice and professional. The bell staff, the check in and all of the people that asked us if we needed help while trying to find the indoor pool. We asked for a late checkout and we got the latest checkout I've ever been offered! The indoor pool was nice and warm and so soothing. The hot tub was nice and hot. The room was clean and comfortable. We had vouchers for breakfast, as we are Platinum Elite. Thank you to all that created a 5 Star Stay for my husband and I.
We attended a conference at this hotel. The room was the dirtiest we have ever encountered. The floor was filthy and there was dust on every surface. I titled this mixed as the staff we encountered could not have been nicer. While the conference meals were as expected and not very good, the staff was super. The location was excellent and access to the river esplanade was great.
Nice location on the river walk in downtown. Clean rooms, though adjoining rooms tend to get a lot of noise from the neighbors. Valet or self park in garage available. No titanium elite upgrade even though the hotel was near empty and this was my third stay. Restaurant is cool and staff awesome.
Have stayed here before (3 years ago). Apparently Covid has allowed this hotel to decline even more. They no longer service your room unless you request it. I think that means the person before you must request it when they leave so it is clean for the next person because this was subpar for sure. Had dogs with us and thankfully I found the pills under the bedside table before one of them did. Paint peeling off ceiling in bathroom, headboard hasn't been cleaned possibly ever. Room smells old. Dusty walls in bathroom, mold in caulking, floor hasn't been swept very well in bathroom or bedroom. They do provide you with a pack of disinfectant wipes. This is not a $200/night room. We left a day early not to stay another night. Had I known, I would have accepted a night refund but my spouse let them slide. I hope the next person doesn't spend $500 for a two night stay here. Maybe they cleaned for the debutantes that arrived the day we bailed but for us, not so much.…
Super thin walls. Very noisy. I could hear the TV in the room next to me all night long. Very disappointing. People walking up and down the hallways and taking during the night would wake me up. For the price I would not recommend this hotel. The front desk staff was friendly, but not so much the staff in the bar, especially the bartender. I stopped by for a cocktail before dinner and asked her if she would recommend a restaurant in the area, she could not and told me to ask the front desk staff for a map. So much for southern hospitality.
Similar to previous posters, I also had an issue with the level hospitality and the back entrance. There are two entrances to the hotel the main entrance and the Marriott Suites entrance in the back of the hotel. I had a mobile key after already checking in, which did not work for the Marriott suites entrance despite working for all the other access points, in order to get in, we had to drive around the entire block get another key and drive back around to the back entrance. All this at 11pm at night. Was hardly offered an apology just a “oh I guess that was inconvenient.” It appears there used to front desk staff at Marriott suites call but that is no longer the case, creating inconveniences for those staying on that side of the hotel. Additionally, the property appears dated, the gym doesn’t have a lot of weight equipment especially for the size of the hotel. I’m loyal to Marriott with Gold status and travel to Augusta monthly, but doubt staying at this property in the future.…
We were very happy with our 4 night stay, the hotel is clean, quiet, and the staff were friendly. Beds and pillows were super comfy. I am rating ***** , giving your hotel a break on the service aspect due to the lack of staff. My only complaint is we did not get our room cleaned even after being asked for the maids to do so. Did this wreck our stay....no! The restaurant hostesses were so catering and friendly. Our breakfast our first two days were excellent. Change of shift day 3 and it was not so excellent (super slow). Monday the restaurant was closed but the Starbucks was open and the service was friendly and quick! The hotel is in a great location with restaurants nearby.
Was at the facility for a conference. Did not stay overnight. Was not familiar with the area or the facility. A colleague and I entered the building through what we found out later was the back entrance. Was not aware we were at the back entrance. The door was locked and we rung the bell and was buzzed in. Came back through the same entrance at noon after a conference photo shoot and was buzzed in by staff. Upon returning from lunch, we were advised that we would have to walk around the building to the front entrance to gain access. We asked the staff member via the intercom for directions to the front of the building. It was a good walk in 90 degree weather. My concern is that the staff member could have just buzzed us in, All of us present for the conference are dressed in the same outfits and its about 80 of us. The staff member could see us in the camera that was aimed directly at us. I really felt that she should have permitted access being that she had done so prior. What if one of us had a handicap or disability that could have prevented us from walking the distance. I went to the front desk and no one was available. As I approached the elevators I was able to voice my concern to a gentleman who stated he worked there. He appeared to be security of some sort, he wore what appeared to be a badge on his jacket. If you choose this facility and do not stay over night, be sure to use the front door. and be prepared to walk if you go out to the surrounding restaurants and most of them are located right outside of the back door.…
I stayed here for a work trip. This hotel can be slightly confusing because there are two hotels attached, the regular Marriott and the Marriott Suites. It can be confusing trying to get to the Suites from the main entrance. As for the room, I could hear everything coming from the room next to me. The wall (or maybe it was the adjoining room locked door) was so thin. Nothing was muffled. I could hear my neighbor’s television crystal clear, as well as their alarm every morning. The restaurant hours were not long. After getting back to the hotel around 10 pm, everything was closed, even though there were signs throughout the hotel that it was “Open Late”. Overall, it is a solid hotel, but disappointing from what I have come to expect from Marriott properties.