Holiday Inn Express Alpharetta-Roswell
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Alpharetta
I loved the fact that we are staying in our on hotel room (away from the adults). My friends and I are having the time of our lives. We woke up this morning ready to go to the MLK Center. It was so inspiring to understand who MLK was as a husband, father, leader, and Civil Rights activist. I was touched by how much of a sacrifice he made for his …
... a mechanical delay. Fortunately, we had given ourselves a nice, cushy, 3 hour layover in ATL, so there was no problem making our Amsterdam connection. We arrive tomorrow (Saturday) around 10am and have a full scheduled planned. We will keep you informed of our journey on this blog. Stay tuned for more pics and stories!
... management has changed over the last 20 years, let alone the last decade. Catherine, for example, noted how "millennial" companies (i.e. clients with younger, mobile and tech-savvy staff) generally have a "millennial" attitude when it comes to their dealings with BCD. These companies generally ask for an increased autonomy when it comes to travel arranging. Other clients, by contrast, are quite adamant that they require direct access to agents ...
... 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 ...
... that's... that's something that I've been thinking about, too. I have a tenancy to become comfortable quickly, and that's good I think, but movement is important, too. If not for movement and growth and progression, then as a result we're stale and sour and stagnant. Fish drown when they stop moving. And there's no more literal symbol of movement than a foot-operated lever.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Alpharetta
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Alpharetta
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations