Courtyard Atlanta Midtown/Georgia Tech
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Atlanta Midtown/Georgia Tech
This hotel is sitting in a corner of a busy intersection - busy traffic is constant day and night. I even heard cars crashed middle of the night. The walls here are thin - clienteles here are lound - I was woken up at 4 in the morning by loud conversation.
If you want some decent sleep after long day, then this is not the place to crash for the night. If you have no choice, then make sure you room is far, far, far away from the streets.
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... elsewhere and practiced in other parts of the country, contributing to a
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rate it as highly as many of the other art museums I’ve visited across the
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