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La Quinta Inn Atlanta Midtown/Buckhead in Atlanta, GA

La Quinta Inn Atlanta Midtown/Buckhead in Atlanta, GA

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Now offering FREE High-Speed Internet Access in ALL rooms.  The La Quinta Inn-Atlanta/Buckhead is just minutes from all great area attractions. From here, take the whole family to Centennial Olympic Park, Six Flags Over Georgia, World of Coca Cola, Georgia Aquarium, and tours at CNN Center. For fine restaurants, shopping, and entertainment, head for the cobblestone streets of Underground Atlanta. Don't miss sporting events at the Georgia Dome and Turner Field.

 

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Rating: 3.19

Address: 2535 Chantilly Dr Northeast, Atlanta, GA, 30324
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Comments (16):

1. Stacy P.
We picked La Quinta b/c of the price and location. We had tickets to the Braves game - but did not want to stay in Atlanta. Conyers is an easy drive to Turner Field - about 15 minutes and 1 turn away. I was leaning more towards The Hampton- but La Quinta was 40 dollars cheaper. Well - I have to say I was impressed. I thought I was at a Hampton Inn. The room was really clean and fresh. The beds were nice and comfy - air worked really well. Quiet - and right beside the Cracker Barrel.
Now - the cons... just minor things --
the 2 door bathroom was just odd. The doors didn't want top close very well - and then there were no locks on the inside. Also - there was not an exhaust fan in the bathroom. The elevator was out of order - luckily there was another one down at the end of the hall.
My husband said the breakfast was OK - he brought me back a waffle while I slept in. Cereal - fz pastries - make your own waffle - muffins - boiled eggs - yogurt.

We never went to the pool - but it looked nice - as well at the fitness room.

I would def stay here again. The few cons did not out weigh the pros and room itself for the price.

23/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Anna E.
$59-65 Overall a very pleasant stay. The beds were more than expected, not the hard beds you usually find in this price range. The bed was a nice pillow top mattress with three cozy pillows and an average bed spread. Our room was clean and everything worked. Night time security makes rounds in building and parking lot. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again or recommend it to my mother. Gave it four stars because the common areas seem a little worn but I'm sure that's just because they're a busy hotel in Buckhead which I guess is Atlanta's upscale fun area? We just stuck around here but from what I gather there's a fun night life nearby. Feel confident bringing your family here.

12/07/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Steve A.
Sink to the left when you walk in. Bathroom on the right.  Weird.  People were friendly.. the building smelled a little bathroomy tho.

21/10/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. Annie W.
I'm thinking the below reviewers are reviewing the La Quinta Inn on Paces Ferry. This particular location was behind a storage center, right next to the freeway. We asked for non-smoking but were given smoking rooms. The place reeked and they couldn't change our rooms because there were none left. All the towels were stained, bed sheets had burn marks all over them, and everything was very worn. Pretty sure there was mildew in the bathroom. If I hadn't been so exhausted and traveling with coworkers, I would definitely have chosen somewhere else to stay.

11/10/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
5. Cherine A.
Okay, La Quinta... your ads got me. I wanted to stay in a fairly comfortable (but also relatively inexpensive) hotel, and this fit place fit the bill.

When I made the reservation online, I requested a first floor, wheelchair accessible room for my mother. On the drive up, I called to let them know that we'd be checking in around 10 pm, and asked if we could get a room on the first floor. The guy said no. So I said, "Can we at least get one near the elevator?" "No ma'am, I'm sorry." Oooookay then. Turns out a huge group had taken over the hotel for the first night, so our options were rather limited (turns out the place cleared out the next day... didn't bother switching rooms though). But the guy did check me in over the phone so that when I did arrive, I just had to collect my keys at the front desk.

The beds were comfortable, with three fluffy pillows per bed. Air conditioning worked well (thankfully, because it was dreadfully hot during our visit). The shower was fine too, but the knob was extremely sensitive, and the temperature changed from ice cold to scalding hot in just an inch-and-a-half turn.

The free breakfast had a decent variety, with bagels, toast, various pastries, cereals, yogurt and a waffle maker. There were two types of juice to choose from and coffee. The waffle maker was obviously the most popular, to the point that I didn't bother with it because I didn't have time to stand in a line.

My stay was rather run-of-the-mill, but their service at the end pushed it up an extra star. For one thing, one of their housekeepers (I want to say his name is Maurice?) is a total sweetheart. He was so sweet whenever we saw him in the hall. The day before we checked out, the power went out. When we turned the TV back on, the colors were completely warped. We didn't bother asking them to fix it, but mentioned it to them, along with hearing a possible leaking noise from behind the sink, when we checked out. Not even a half-hour later, I got an email on my blackberry saying they fixed the TV and were investigating the possible leak. I was impressed with their quick response, and it made me feel confident that they really wanted to go out of the way to make their customers feel comfortable.

22/06/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Tiffany T.
Recently stayed at this La Quinta....

Checked easily with no reservation. Hotel faces the Interstate, has a gym, meeting rooms, vending and ice machines. My room had one cozy King size bed, tv table with 2 drawers, a desk and a little chair and stool.  Room also had  coffee & maker, cups. a hair dryer - in room and offer room service food at certain hours. I believe all La Quinta's accept pets, I saw a cute doggie here.  Free but slowish WIFI, think it would be faster on the 1st floor.

My room as clean, no nasty things that might find in a hotel. The carpet could use a cleaning ( a few minor stains). I will say that the bed was VERY comfortable and a good amount of pillows which I like. Plenty of towles, wash clothes and soap. One bottle of shampoo only, no conditioner or lotion ( please check into that La Quinta !!). The staff I encountered were all friendly and helpful. They have a free breakfast weekdays from 6-9am and weekends I believe 7-10am. They have waffles, yogurt, cereals (hot & cold), oranges & apples,  muffins and pasteries ( previously frozen I believe) as well as Orange & Apple juice, coffee, tea and milk.

I had a good nights sleep, no noise or strange people hanging around. This was very comrtable and "nice" for what I consider a Motel. They get 3*** from me !!

25/02/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
7. Marisol M.
I travel with students quite often.  We go to Atlanta every other year to compete at Emory University.  Every time we come to Atlanta we stay with La Quinta Buckhead.  They provide breakfast and free wifi.  Even better than that the staff has consistently year in and year out been not only polite and helpful, but they look truly happy too.  The staff has always made sure that we are comfortable.  the location is very convenient to many parts of Atlanta including Lenox Buckhead.  A great great value for the price!

01/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Benjamin S.
Overall a very nice experience, though this has to be the smallest La Quinta I have ever been to. While the common areas felt small and cramped, the rooms were quite spacious. Very clean and the staff was very helpful. Overall a great stay and experience.

05/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Brian P.
La Quinta was a godsend.  We were traveling with a dog and staying at a rather expensive hotel that we didn't much like because they were charging a lot, gouging even, because of our dog.  When we decided to extend our vacation another week I was able to book rooms in several states with ease and within minutes, and with our dog!  They don't care what kind of dog you have, how big it is, or anything.  It's a breeze, and we were very grateful to La Quinta for making our bookings and our stays so easy.

It's also very nice that they have a washer/dryer in the hotel and are reasonably priced at $1.50 a load each to wash and to dry.  The Atlanta La Quinta in particular was very nice and accommodating, although I wish they had not put us on the 3rd floor.  I foolishly assumed we'd be on the 1st floor because of our dog, so if you want a 1st floor room, you might have to specifically ask for it.

The WiFi appears to be slow at every La Quinta especially when people get on there all at once at night and stream movies and stuff, so we brought MiFi which I guess uses cell towers and that supplemented our Internet needs for when La Quinta's WiFi was a little slow.   It's not La Quinta's fault though.   Some people are just bandwith hogs. :-)

The room was nice and we stayed several days, including New Year's Eve in Atlanta before continuing our travels, and New Year's Eve in a hotel can be loud.  So we ended up leaving at 4 a.m. because partiers were so loud and once they wake you up, you're up.  Ohwell, that's just the way it is on New Year's I guess.

The hotel did hire extra security for New Year's Eve which we very much appreciated especially when we were packing up the car at 4 a.m.  A security guard stood watch over us the whole time and we greatly appreciated that.  Apparently some Atlantans have a habit of shooting off their guns at the stroke of midnight on New Year's, which we did not know, so I guess the hotel hired extra security for the night.  So thank you Atlanta La Quinta for looking out for your guests.    It did not go unnoticed.

The staff is very nice.  I kind of feel sorry for them a little because I don't think people treat them very well, so I'm sure a nice tip for housekeeping is appreciated.

24/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Rose C.
This hotel is in central GA. I have stayed there twice. First time to attend a conference and the second time to attend a game at GA. It is overall a nice hotel with adequate romms, but the service staff left a lot to be desired. From the Valet personnel to the front desk to the wait staff had an...

08/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
11. Emilia C.
We stayed here for 6 nights recently and couldn't be happier with our choice of hotel. We decided to pay a little extra for the club level and it was definitely a good value. We had a complimentary pot of coffee delivered to our room every morning, followed by breakfast in the club room on the 18th floor. In the evenings we had wine, beer or a mixed drink with a variety of snacks in a relaxing atmosphere. We stayed here for a business trip along with my husband's mom and dad who came along on our trip. We were all very comfortable and happy with this hotel, it provided great service and clean rooms.

19/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
12. Jennifer B.
Desk staff was friendly and the room was large.
Otherwise, this was not a good experience. The hotel felt dirty and rundown with carpeting that appeared to be at least thirty years old and seriously gross. Fold out couch in the bedroom tilted at a 45 degree angle and had springs sticking out. There was a large insect in our room.
Clearly, the staff here was doing what they could, but the building needs a lot of work. Would not stay here again.

29/06/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
13. Carol V.
The worst La Quinta we have stayed at. Right up against the highway with a teeny scrap of grass for the many dogs who stay here. Even the front automatic door of the hotel doesn't work. There were 7 guests banging on the door to get in. Room keys hard to work , too.

04/04/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
14. Aaron L.
This was probably the worst hotel experience I have ever had.

Our room smelled of cigarette smoke.  I requested a change to another room and the front desk person replied, "all the rooms are non-smoking, but to be honest, people smoke in all of them."  We asked for a different room anyways.

Our second room smelled of mold, but it was slightly more bearable than the smoky room, so we stayed there.  There was also what looked like a pubic hair on the "clean" towels.

The location is also misleading.  It is not located in Buckhead.  It is on the other side of the highway from Buckhead behind a Public Storage facility.

31/12/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
15. Amy D.
If you're traveling with dogs, you can't beat La Quinta's pet policy (read: no pet fees at the majority of their locations). This review is based off of our 1 night at the La Quinta Inn Midtown/Buckhead in February 2015, while traveling to Florida. We booked the La Quinta Midtown/Buckhead location, due to its relative proximity to FLIP Burger Boutique, which was our intended dinner location when passing through the area.

Staffing:  Everyone that we interacted with was very friendly, from the front desk workers to the maids, the "southern hospitality" theme was evident.

The hotel location: It is not picturesque. While in a close/convenient location to the interstate & close-enough to Buckhead, the hotel itself is located behind a storage facility & the area seemed a bit run-down.  They did have some nice exterior grass areas for dog-walking though (although still small), and that was appreciated by our dogs.

The hotel room: The room was a bit "beaten down" looking, and the general interior facilities look like they are due for an update soon.  Our room had a huge "red drink/koolaid" spill in the middle of the room, which is always a little gross to see, along with a sizable waterspot on the sealing (presumably from the cooling unit in the room above). The room did appear to be very clean, even with the run-down furnishings. The mattress seemed old & a bit broken down, but was not extremely uncomfortable.  

Free continental breakfast:  The breakfast here seemed to be "sad" compared to other hotel chains' continental breakfast bars (& compared to other La Quinta locations).  There was the obligatory waffle maker, but the rest of the options were stale carb products, yogurt, milk, and a juice machine that was out of juice.  The coffee was atrocious.

Overall, if in the future I was traveling through Atlanta with the dogs again, and needed a place to spend the night...I would probably check out one of the other La Quinta locations, if this location doesn't get revamped in the interim.

27/02/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
16. John M.
I just have to say I want this bed. I want the pillows and the comforter too! Oh and the nice dark drapes. Best nights sleep in a long time! We didn't wake up in time for breakfast.. oops! Oh.. did I say I love this bed?

06/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0