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Company Info: Rating: 1.67
Address: 4328 Belair Frontage Rd, Augusta, GA, 30909 Hotels in Augusta, GA
1. Cody C.
The only saving grace here were the employees minus the manager. The hotel lacked upkeep. The first room we had was not serviced from the previous occupant. The second room was incomplete. The pillows had no covers, floors seemed to be half vacuumed, and there was still coffee in the coffee pot. The bed was not comfortable. The shower was poor. The towels were thrown in the bathroom on the shelf as if someone didnt care how they looked. Our room overlooked someone's backyard that seemed to have some sort of bird cages, and when he cleaned them Saturday morning, we could smell the distinct aroma of poop. We encountered 4 guests who were also having various issues with the hotel, to include the types of issues we were experiencing. One even called the police! We had to get our door keys reregistered the first morning because they had expired. Like I said, the employees were the only saving grace. That's why it got 2 stars.
01/06/14 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
2. Brian U.
Horrible. Every bad hotel cliche in one evening. From the dirty rooms with broken and soiled furniture. To the non-smoking room with an ashtray. Awful bed. Not even shampoo in the room. In a very slow night putting 2 guests in rooms right next to each other on an empty floor = 4am sexfest (including banging on walls) from the hourly rate neighbors.
After a night of almost no sleep we explained this on checkout and the employee told us 'perhaps we were jealous it was not us having all the fun'.
This RRI has effectively crossed the whole chain off my list forever.
01/01/12 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
3. Abby F.
Stayed at this location recently during Masters week and was pleasantly surprised. Wasn't expecting a high-end hotel experience, but did get was exactly what we needed - a clean and comfortable hotel room at a relatively reasonable price given that it was Masters week. The staff was very friendly and the complimentary breakfast was decent. Also, $30 shuttle to and from Augusta National was great.
Bottom line: a good bet if you're looking for a basic, clean hotel during Masters week at a reasonable price. After getting rained out of the tournament this year and the opportunity for tickets next year, I will definitely consider staying here again.
09/04/14 | Link
| Rating: 3.0