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Country Inn & Suites in Atlanta, GA

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Rating: 3.75

Address: 800 Sidney Marcus Blvd NE, Atlanta, GA, 30324

    Address: 1365 Hardin Ave, Atlanta, GA, 30344

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      Comments (4):

      1. Patrick M.
      We have stayed here for 4 years in a row for the annual SweetWater Brew Your Cask Off event. The staff is always awesome and always accommodating. Nice job. We will stay here any time!

      09/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      2. Kayleigh B.
      I stayed here for one night over St.  Patricks Day weekend with a bunch of girls for a bachlorette party! For our purposes this hotel was great! We were able to check in right at 3 and they were able to give us rooms side by side which was a huge plus for us!  They allowed us to decorate the door and the room and when we were done it looked great! The beds were comfortable for hotel beds and each bed had 2 soft and 2 firm pillows...I like the options.  Only downfall for parents with little ones is there was only a stand up shower no tub.  For me that was fine but for small children it might be a problem. Overall I had a great one night stay here!

      19/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
      3. jon C.
      First a stern warning to those driving to the hotel from Piedmont Road: You cannot, repeat, cannot, turn left into the hotel. You must go down to the second light and do a u-turn.

      Now that's out of the way.. We chose this location for the price. Three nights in March for $380. That was as good as I could find in the area. The hotel was undergoing some type of renovation but I honestly couldn't tell. A single Queen room is pretty small. No bath tub for those that might be interested. You can hear a lot through the walls, for example, doors closing, toilets flushing, etc. The door to the room is also quite thin and you can hear everyone in the hallway. At some point someone was walking up and down the hallway looking for her boo. I don't know if she ever found her boo but I could hear here talking to everyone she met, up and down that hallway. Various kids laughing and running, and people talking in the halls in general all night long.

      That first night was rough. Lots of door slamming and noises from other rooms. We could hear (and feel in some cases) door slams until 3am. Even at 4am we heard someone knocking loudly on a door down the hall. This place has very little, if any, soundproofing.

      Parking is free and is a parking deck shared between this hotel and the Marriott. Wifi is free and works for the most part. It's hotel wifi so don't expect Skype or FaceTime to work flawlessly, but it will do the trick. The folks at the front desk are polite and try to be helpful with problems, though fairly ambivalent it seems in getting things done. The free breakfast .....eh...if you've ever had a free breakfast in a hotel this is the same stuff. Cardboard danishes, hockey puck biscuits, congealed gravy, and gut ripping waffles. If you're up for a little walk, across the street and up the hill a bit is a Waffle House. You can see it from the entrance to the hotel. Much better breakfast.

      The business center is surprisingly useful. There are two computers that have been setup so you can only do very limited things, which is annoying but nice in that others can't screw the systems up.

      This review started as a three start and went down hill from there. The final straw was the door handle to the room. It was broken when we checked in, so we told the people at the front desk. Two days later we asked again. Apparently no one wrote it down the first time so they said they'd get right on it. A maintenance guy came up, looked at the door, and said sure we'll fix it. Twelve hours later it's still broken. Checking out tomorrow. That will be four days with a broken door handle that makes it difficult just to get in the room.

      This hotel is very noisy, from the loud slamming of room doors to the voices in the hall, and sad ambivalence by the staff. The beds were comfortable, the room smelled faintly of marijuana, the free breakfast was pretty sad, but the wifi was mostly ok, the parking is free,  the location is difficult but generally good, and the a/c worked.

      10/03/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
      4. Mike P.
      I stayed here for 3 nights in February 2014.

      This was a business trip for a conference held at the Grand Hyatt about 2 miles away (and 1/2 the price)

      The staff was consistently uber friendly and professional.

      The two rooms we had were VERY clean.

      The room decor is fairly modern. However the rooms are on the smaller size, but well laid out (bathroom has sliding door) to maximize usage of space.

      We had 3 ppl in one of the rooms and were short on places to hang clothing.

      There are no extra outlets by the bed for my phone to charge. So to have a phone by your bed you need to unplug the alarm clock from the wall. Overall there was a shortage of outlets anywhere near the beds.

      We never turned the tv on. However there is a full av input for plugging in computer, DVD player, xbox , etc. and this seems pretty cool!

      The room had an iron/ironing board, safe, microwave, coffee maker and mini fridge!

      Aside from the room, you'll find free daily paper- us today and Wall Street Journal, free on site parking, free wifi (it's slow), and free breakfast!

      Breakfast is above average. I ate oatmeal each am. They had lots of topping options- golden raisins, brown sugar, nuts, chocolate chips, and more. They had 6-8 direr rent bread/carb options to toast. PB and jelly spread. Make your own waffles, fresh made scrambled eggs (salsa, ketchup, hot sauce toppings), biscuits, potatoes and cold cereal  options round out the offerings. Drinks are water, apple juice, OJ and milk 2%/skim.

      For all of the reasons above combined with the price (we found a great deal through a secondary website- well under $100/night- and paid 1/2 of what we would have at the Grand Hyatt where our conference was) I give the hotel a 5 star rating. Compared to other hotels in its class 3 1/2 stars or so) it is top of the class!

      Please thumb up/comment if you liked this review and I would count it a privilege if you chose to follow me as I review places I travel and visit. Thank you for taking the time to read! ~mp

      08/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0