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!
This young lady was professional and courteous, charming and exceptional. She enabled my wife and I to have an amazing new year celebration. Marriott is very fortunate to have her. Briana i wish you a happy new year. The hotel's staff was nice and the property was awesome.
I get it, things aren't as easy with COVID around; however, the Marriott shouldn't be run like a Holiday Inn, especially at their prices. My BLUF is that this is a Marriott, it ain't the cheapest option in town, so it should be reasonable for patrons to expect that it is able to get all the little things figured out... Shuttle Schedule from Airport: We came in on the last flight but I checked the Marriott website for shuttle schedule and we were supposed to be good with timing. No shuttle. I called Marriott's main number - "Oh! There should be a shuttle..." after a long hold wait... shuttles ended earlier and was blamed COVID? Ummm... OK, why? Luckily, there was a taxi SUV who stuck around because he likely knew we were screwed... hotel reimbursed the driver but we jerked around uneccessarily at a shut down airport for 30-45 minutes because Augusta Marriott did not update their website. Spotty Room Cleaning: The hotel pretty much blamed every issue on COVID - good luck getting your room cleaned. Even when we talked with the cleaning crew outside the room, the head of room cleaning, the front desk, it was a struggle the whole stay to get the room cleaned and towels dropped off even when all three said it would be done... it wasn't. It took multiple trips to the front desk to get things worked out due to breakdowns in communication internal to Marriott. Augustino's: A very good breakfast, no buffet - you can order from the menu. Dinners were the best we had in the Augusta area (better and less expensive than Frog Hollow). Pool: it's a sad little wading pool. Homeless: Not the hotel's fault but if you go walking along the river walk - there are homeless about - please be careful. Also, someone shed their clothes in the lobby bathroom - it was unpleasant. Parking on street: I would not recommend parking on the immediate streets (see above); however, there are other parking options that are less expensive than parking at the hotel and you walk a few blocks.…
I took my vacation here in May 2020 when hotels open back up. This location is still offering housekeeping and I greatly appreciated it. They also still honored my points and offered me breakfast for my status. I know that many Marriott properties cancelled that and I find that ridiculous. The lobby of the hotel is pretty dated and feels very 1990s. Though it is very clean. The check in process was very nice and the lady working was quite friendly. I, however, was not offered any upgrade despite the hotel not even being close to Filled. The room was modern looking but it was a little rough around the edges. Someone had ripped off the smoke detector and there were wires sticking out. They evidently put it in the wardrobe and for my five night stay it stayed that way. I was thrilled with the bathroom with nicely updated but the shower needed a good scrub. Truthfully the whole place made it a good scrub. I’m not a fan of the new toiletries that Marriotts is giving out. My room had a joining door to the next room and I could hear the person in there watching TV as if they were a deaf person. The restaurant attached to the hotel was absolutely delicious and it was great for breakfast and dinner. All in all I would say I would come back to this hotel.…
Loved this hotel. The staff is so pleasant and kind. The restaurant is nice, and the rooms are your basic Marriott rooms. Nice little gym. Parking is easy. I noticed that most guests weren't wearing masks, especially in the restaurant. But that's Augusta - it's the local culture.
My wife and I were staying at the hotel for a convention happening that weekend at the convention center. The 2 girls who checked us in were Jennifer & Briana. They were AWESOME!! Sadly, that's where the awesomeness stopped. When we got up to the room, there were 2 empty water bottles in the garbage. I contacted the desk and the girl asked if I wanted housekeeping to come back in. I told her no, it wasn't a big deal I just wanted them to be aware. Still getting settled into the room, the tv was one of the biggest I've seen in a hotel. Hanging on the wall, there is a ledge under the tv. There were obvious dust balls and some other crap on the ledge. I again called the front desk. The girl was sweet and asked if I wanted to be moved to another room. Again I told her no, it wasn't a big deal but someone else staying in the room might not be so nice. She apologized again and that was it. The MAIN PROBLEM occurred the next morning..... When morning came, my wife needed some cream for her coffee. She went to the restaurant without me as I had a business call I had to take. She started at Starbucks but they were closed. My wife is disabled but she got to the restaurant ok. The so called "manager" wanted to charge her $3 for some cream??? We were guests of the hotel and we have to pay for cream?? My wife said he was rude and talked down to her. My wife left and went to the front desk to see about getting cream. The person behind the desk contacted a bellman and got her the cream immediately stating she doesn't have to pay for cream. When my wife joined me in the convention center, she told me what happened. The manager was very lucky I wasn't able to leave at that moment. We worked the day and then headed up for dinner. It was easer to eat at the restaurant so we didn't have to leave the property. My wife went in to get our seats (we were meeting friends) and I hung out the front desk to talk to a manager. 2 security officers met me and inquired about my concern. The head security's name was Michael. I did not get the other ones name. I explained the problems started with the unclean room and then led up to my wife's experience in the morning. They were both floored!! The unclean room is one thing but don't disrespect my wife for ANY REASON. The security officer whose name I didn't get took my info. Asked when I was going to be eating in the restaurant. I told him my wife is there now with friends. He followed me into the restaurant and apologized to my wife. Gave us some $10 off coupons. Later, he ended up buying our meals. That's great and we were very appreciative but the point is they should not have a manager who doesn't have any people skills. I strongly suggest the hotel itself but stay clear of the restaurant. You don't need that kind of abuse over something so ridiculous…