DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta - Marietta

Address: 2055 South Park Place, Atlanta, Georgia, 30339, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Cobb Galeria/Vinings area of Atlanta, is near Marietta Square, Fox Creek Golf Course and Driving Range, The Atlanta Ballet, and Legacy Golf Links.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta - Marietta

      The best ever!

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      I read the reviews before I booked! The was the best hotel we ever stayed at. The hotel is very impressive inside! The pools were very nice - it is great having and indoor and out door pool. Outdoor was so cute with lots of flowers and cute red umbrellas on the tables. The room - WOW! CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN! I usually am grossed out in hotels. The room was so nice. The bed are wrought iron - down comforters - DOUBLE SHEETED! Clean and crisp! Yes, standard size room - but unless you plan on having a group of people over, does that matter? Actually, the area that you walk into is very large - giving you more room upon entering with all you stuff! That was great. Nice toiletries. Shower curtain in "bowed out" so when in the shower, you aren't trying to keep away from the curtain that usually is trying to stick to you! In the shower, there is a little pull out clothes line - great for hanging swim suits. What a concept! The closet is nice size with Iron and board if needed. Really, you won't be disappointed. If you like clean hotels - this is the place. Things you would expect in an expensive hotel! But can't bet this price. We paid $88.00 via hotels!! This was cheap for the quality - right down to the Klennex box - first klennex shaped into a rose! I am very picky and drive my husband and kids crazy - I usually walk into hotel rooms with my can of lysol and keep saying, keep you flip flops on....don't sit on the blankets (I know, slightly narotic!) so take it from me, you wont be disappointed at all! The staff very nice too!! Very personalable/helpful. See for yourself......This is a 5+ star hotel without the high cost!

      Exclusive, Exquiste, and Excellent Price Too

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      What a surprize, be sure to read all reviews of every hotel and believe the responses, because this Radisson Windy Hill had very good reviews and I took my chances. On June 26-27 my fiance and I stayed at this site, and was very pleased with the results. This Raddisson was exclusive, exquiste, and priced right at $69.00 + taxes (via Raddisson's website). The hotel offers free internet, fax, and print capabilites. There is also a resturant, bar and caappuccinio cafe. It was located right off of I-75 and plently of resturants within walking distance. It only took about 17 minutes to get to downtown Atlanta. We will stay here whenever we visit Atlanta.

      Nice hotel, great location

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      My family and I stayed at the Radisson Windy Hill June 24-26. We were traveling to Atlanta for a Braves game and decided to give Radisson a try because of the good reviews. We were pleasantly surprised upon arrival. The hotel is right off I-75 S and therefore very easy to find. Since our reservations were made through Radisson's website ($79/night), we were able to check-in online and print a quick pass before even leaving home. When we arrived, all we had to do was show our pass and id and our keys were handed over. Very quick and easy. We got a non-smoking room with two double beds. The room was a nice size. It had the two beds, a chair, an armoir with television, dressing table, and desk w/ chair. The beds were very comfortable with down comforters and lots of pillows. The bathroom was standard with a sink, toilet and tub. The hotel itself is very nice. It has a cappuccinio bar, regular bar, restaurant, pool/whirlpool, fitness center, and Internet room with 3 machines and printing capabilities. We didn't eat at the restaurant since we were out and about most of the time. The hotel's location is great. It's about 14 miles or so from downtown Atlanta. Getting around was a breeze. We just hopped on I75 and arrived at our destination in minutes. Plus, we didn't have to deal with downtown parking or noise which was nice. Around the hotel are several restaurants: McDonald's, Arby's, Halftime Cafe, Papadeux (very good if you like seafood), and Papasita's. All in all, the Radisson made for a very nice weekend in Atlanta and we will definitely stay there in the future.

      Just a side note, we visited the ESPN Zone. The food and atmosphere are great. However, service was very slow. Be prepared if you visit.

      Best kept secret

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      This hotel is NOT what I expected! A great atmosphere...fantastic high-tech amenities...I travel a few weeks a month and keeping in touch with my clients is essential! The business center is my office away from home...I have never experienced such a complete center with a helpful staff.

      The guest rooms are wonderfully spacious, this is my new home when traveling to Atlanta.

      Loved the hotel

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      I only stayed for a couple of nights, but really enjoyed my time at the hotel. I gather it's been totally renovated and the new, modern look really works: plasma TV's everywhere, free wireless internet and an ultra cool Martini night on Wednesday's.

      There's a great fitness centre, wine bar, grab & go coffee station and, best of all, a 24 hour business centre more akin to a high tech office or airport lounge than a hotel. There's a large outdoor pool which will be great in the summer.

      My room was great and I took a look in the new 'Wilson Suite', which is the de-luxe room. Wow, never seen anything as nice as that in a mid price hotel.

      I'll be staying there again...

      Great Hotel! Close to everything!

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      We loved this hotel! It has everything you need. The workout room was the best I have seen from a hotel. The staff, from the greeters at the front desk to the Mondo Mocha Cafe servers to the housekeeping, was extremely friendly! Our room was so nice, too. Don't miss the breakfast room service with pancakes, fruit, omlets, bacon, and other choices. We recommend this hotel to anyone looking to stay in the Atlanta area. Great price, too!

      Very nice

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      The hotel was contemporary and was excellent for those who don't want to give up technology. They have a bussiness center with free internet access, copies, and faxes. There are also free local calls and free internet access in your room. Many flat screen TV's all over the place. Very neat hotel. The hotel staff was great and very nice.

      Perfect for the Wine Connoisseur

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      One of the Atlanta areas better hotels in my opinion. Service is first-class everywhere you go. The highlight of this hotel however is the wine! It features one of the best wine bars I have ever been to. Completely cutting edge and stylish. You can browse the selections and get information on all the wines through these cool flat screen electronic menus. Not only is the wine excellent, the food is equally as good, and service is flawless. All of the meeting rooms are named after wines as well. Rooms are smartly done and very comfortable. Beds are great and ultra luxurious. Other perks in the room are flat screen TVs, chaise lounge, complimentary local calls, and free high speed internet. The hotel is dripping in technology, and the business center is no exception. Absolutely the best hotel business center ever! Overlooks a zen garden with well-trained personnel on site to help you with all your work. You also get a choice between PC or Mac. The gentleman told me that Radisson is all about choices. This proves it to me. And one more thing is the coffee bar. Better than Starbucks or any other coffee shop for that matter. I will be back to this hotel, even if its not convenient to where I'm doing business. One of the best!

      Wow

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      Radisson is best i have ever one in the chain i have ever been to. The hotel reminds me of a W hotel type style and the hospitality is as good as a great bed and breakfast. The food was also top notch, as the restaurant is good enough to stand on its own and compete with other great north side establishments. Best experience of my recent 3 week 15 leg business trip.

      Outstanding!

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      This property used to be a Hilton. In the last days of its Hilton life, it was tired-looking and management was poor.

      I saw recently that it had become a Radisson and was skeptical that anything could be done to improve it. I was WRONG!

      The hotel has undergone a complete renovation. Absolutely gorgeous! Modern, contemporary, colorful, vibrant, European feeling. The hotel seems brand new. Front desk has been moved to a more welcoming area. There are all kinds of restaurants, bars, work areas now visible from the lobby. You enter the hotel and get a great feeling immediately.

      Staff is smiling and helpful. Food is very good. Services are great. Rooms are beautiful.

      I recommend this hotel highly. The area of town is good, too. Close to restaurants such as Pappasito's, Pappadeaux's, Houstons, and a Brazilian steak house (among many others).

      TripAdvisor Reviews DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta - Marietta

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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