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... that was to take us from to the airport (to avoid parking charges for the next 18 days.) Apparently the driver was unfamiliar with where we live, put a slightly wrong address in his GPS and was 20 minutes away when we needed to be heading to the airport. We drove ourselves, only to discover that Delta (bless her ...
... team on the account management side of the company. Account management, to use Kathy's words, is BCD's "front line" with the customer. The people working in the department are responsible for direct, day-to-day contact with the likes of Siemens, the Home Depot, Emory and every other client. Also present from Kathy's team were:
- Lin Levine, VP
- Judy Brooks, Global AM
- Catherine Tripplehorn, Nat'l AM
... Concourse Parkway are known to Atlantans. After some confusion as to where I could park, I navigated to the 24th floor of tower six ("The King"), where I met the man of the hour at last: Chicka Elloy. A man known for countless smiley faces in e-mails and his general good humour. Most importantly, Chicka is the manager of BCD's Global Leadership Development programme and so is responsible for every aspect of my internship, as well as BCD's ...
... yellow, they look like the walls of an old elementary school cafeteria. I am here because I was assigned a trip that signs in at 5:00am. I do not have a car, can't afford to cab in from the crashpad, and though the crashpad is a seven-minute walk to a train station, the trains don't run that early. I will not get a good night's sleep, it is too late. It is 2:00am. I last slept with a nap from 5:00 - 6:30pm. Later today ...
This week has flown by and I feel like the most important thing that has happened is that I have started my series of vaccinations. (Painful but necessary) Additionally, Leslie has just about decided to get them, too. Fingers crossed, kiddies! :) I received my adult Polio booster, Hep A & B, and Typhoid. I go back next Monday and then the Monday before ...
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First of all, I have to comment about the bed. It was absolutely wonderfull! I have never slept in a more comfortable bed and I keep telling my husband we need to stay at a Marriott together so he can try it out. I stayed there one night with my baby and 65 pound dog. There were no problems at all and I received great service with my dog and bags. The room was very nice with a small sitting area and desk. The bathroom was smaller than I anticipated but I was just there for a overnight layover. The shuttle service from and to the airport was quick and the drivers were very nice about the dog. I was worried about the shuttle, but it rotated out every 15-20 minutes. I had to order room service because there was no way I was going to leave my dog unattended in there and they were prompt and the food was good. I would recommend this hotel to everyone.
The bed is heavenly
The pool, jacuzzi and fitness room are top notch. Disappointed that computer access is only if you pay. The beds are absolutly wonderful, with the down comforters, no other hotel will ever be able to compare unless they have the same type bed with down comforters. Desk personell were really nice people. Valet service was just so-so, I expect more from Mariott. Don't pay more than $95.00 per night and you have a good deal.
Eat about a mile away, plenty of take out etc. There is also a restaurant on the road behind the hotel.
Not worth the rate....
Let me first say that this hotel has improved greatly since it's renovations. The restaurants and amenities are very good, with a nice weight room, indoor pool, and a delicious breakfast buffet (not included in rate). The staff was friendly. However, I was very disappointed in our room. We paid $159 a night for a "deluxe" room. It was TINY, with only standard features like a desk and small sitting area. In addition, the bathroom was incredibly cramped- For this type of hotel, you would expect a split bath, with the sink (and coffee maker!) away from the toilet and shower- Not only did the room NOT have this feature, but the door (hollow, chipped, and old - Forgotten in renovations?)was only inches away from hitting the toilet, and blocked entrance / exit from the shower if not completely closed! Still, I would consider staying here again, but only if I got a better rate- There are simply too many other choices in the area to pay high-end rates for an average hotel.
We were here for our son's wedding. The reception was held in one of the ballrooms. The Hotel is nice, but has a really strange smell, almost wet smelling. The rooms were nicely appointed, but the bed was the most uncomfortable bed I have slept in in a long time. I thought it was me, but my husband said the same thing. Room service was good. Staff was very friendly.
A prompt and courteous shuttle driver collected us from the airport terminal, proffered chilled bottles of water and even carried our luggage to the reception upon arrival at the hotel. This bode well for the rest of my stay and I was not disappointed.
My room was light, spacious and very comfortable - having arrived from a transatlantic flight, I was pleased to find the indoor/outdoor pool opens at 6am, allowing me a long and peaceful swim before the other guests woke.
While it is worth noting there is nothing in walking distance food-wise should you be relying on the shuttle bus for transport, there is nothing stopping you returning to the airport for food, etc.
A very happy stay: I would recommend this hotel to people who want a reliable, clean, well-run hotel to stay at if they find themselves wanting to stay at ATL.
Our stay was unexpected because we missed our connecting flight in Atlanta because of bad weather. I called around to a buch of different hotel brands and this was the cheapest, $80. Great rate for only booking the room a couple hours in advance.
The hotel is only minutes from the airport and had a free airport shuttle which was a must for our stay. The hotel has three seperate resturants and a gift shop and business center. At check in they said the could only give us a king size bed w/o a rollaway but they later opffered us the rollaway at no-charge.
The pool was closed when we arrived (after midnight) but looked nice. There is an indoor and outdoor pool and a 24 hour fitness center which looked nice, I used the Sauna. The room was big enough as hotel rooms go. The hotel throws in lots of amenities that are good for the traveler. There was a free Newsweek, TV guide and Where Magazine to take on your flight. Also at check in the gave us 3 coupons for free drinks at the Starbucks Kiosk in the morning (because we are marriott rewards members). The room also came with 2 bottles of free water.
All in all we had a great stay at the hotel. If your visiting Atlanta you probably want a hotel in Buckhead or Midtown but for a quick stay this did just fine. :)
We stayed here the night before our overseas departure. The hotel was very nice, clean and excellent buffet dinner in the restaurant. The staff was very helpful and all what you would expect from a nice hotel. The rooms were quiet. They had a nice exercise room with pool. Also, they had free shuttle service to the airport.
Airport Marriott...Watch the planes all night!
Had a 2 day convention here in Oct 2004. The hotel is fairly nice and is extremely close to the airport which is great for these type of meetings. So close, you can just about wave to the people sitting on the planes as they go by. The service was exceptional. I was sitting in the lobby and one of the staff came by and offered a fresh cookie to me. There is a sports-type bar in the hotel that served as a good networking point late in the evening without having to leave the premises. I don't remember much about the room, but it served its purpose. My only complaint was that there was some sort of odor in the lobby, I'm not sure what it was. They charge to use the business center, but it was convenient for checking email. I would stay here again if I needed to be close to the airport for a quick meeting, but for out of towners who want to experience Atlanta, I would stay in Midtown where you are close to the action.
Great hotel. New or recently refurbished. Best bed ever... down quilt, sown comforter, down pillows. Cleanest room I've seen in a long time. Great service. Some confusion with Bell service on check-in... didn't know what they were saying to me. Turns out they were asking if I wanted self-service parking ($6) or valet ($10) when what I wanted to do was just check-in and get to a meeting. I opted for self-service and ended up parking on a hill and having to drag my carry-on down two flights of stairs.
Advise any travelers with custom vehicle or high-end vehicle to stay elsewhere. No security for your vehicle at this location even though it might appear so. Way too easy.