Hampton Inn and Suites Atlanta Downtown

Address: 161 Spring St NW, Atlanta, Georgia, 30303, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Atlanta, is near The Mall at Peachtree Center, Rialto Center for the Performing Arts, Margaret Mitchell Square, and Candler Building.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn and Suites Atlanta Downtown

    Gran estancia-¡una joya!

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    Dos adultos + dos niños. ¡Las camas dobles parecían un poco más grandes de lo normal! De un limpio inmaculado. Completamente tranquilo. Supongo que las camas han sido reacondicionadas (almohadas, edredones, etcétera). Son muy bonitas. Desayuno continental, bebidas frías y calientes, cereales, frutas, yogur. Aparcamiento por 15 $ la noche. ¡Recomendado encarecidamente para una escapada de fin de semana a la gran ciudad! Cerca del acuario, Hard Rock, Phillips Arena, CNN, etc. Me sentí totalmente seguro de día y noche. Personal amable y atento.

    Loved the Hampton Inn downtown Atlanta

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    We had the pleasure of staying at the Hampton Inn in Dec. 2006. The location was great for visiting the new aquarium and the CNN building. We also had other business in the downtown area.

    The service was just excellent in every respect, from the desk attendant to housekeepers to the morning staff at the breakfast buffet.

    We were in a suite and the beds were incredible. I really want to know where to purchase the pillows that were on the bed!!

    The hotel is clean, friendly and very safe. While eating breakfast a person cound not hear the traffice that was just outside of the large windows.

    Thank you very much.

    Very nice hotel

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    I was in Atlanta for a conference and this was a great place to stay.

    Every employee I came in contact with was friendly. The room was very comfortable: comfy bed and curtains that blocked out all light and a good part of the ambient noise. I didn't hear my neighbors at all and everything was clean. Not only that they serve a real breakfast in the morning, which was so convenient.

    Good Stay

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    I recently stayed 2 nights at this hotel in conjunction with an event at the GWCS. The location was nice, although a bit of a walk if you are carrying large boxes. Continental breakfast was good and plenty. Hard Rock and a couple of othe chain restaurants are about 2-4 blocks away. I was there by myself and didn't feel safe walking up to the restaurants after dark, so I opted for the Marriott across the street for dinners.

    I staying in a King Bed suite. The suite included a full fridge and dishwasher, and 2 burner cooktop. There was also a small sitting room. The room was small to a suite, but it worked fine. The bed is comfortable, and the room was quiet. The building is very old, but nicely refurbished. No mini-bar in the room, but there is a very small "shop" next to the front desk where you can buy soda, water and snacks.

    The staff was very helpful on every occasion. At 1/2 the price of the Marriott and the Westin across the street, I can recommed this hotel.

    Great Service

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    I was very happy with the service that I recieved from this hotel. I arrived to the hotel at 10am and I was supposed to check in at 3pm. The front desk clerk allowed me to check in so that i could park my car. He also advised that my room would be ready in an hour if I wanted to settle in before I did some site seeing. Unfortunately I had an accident and the front desk was kind enough to understand and cancelled my reservation. From what I could see the hotel appeared very clean and there was a breakfast area which a lot of hotels in that area do not include with your stay. I will defintely be reserving my stay with them again once I recover from my injury. There is also a convienent parking area right next to the hotel. It is a short walk to the CNN but far from the Coca Cola World and the GA aquarium (unless you like to walk alot).

    Hampton was Great

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    Stayed at the Hampton for convention at World Trade Center. It was super clean and quiet. Beds were very comfortable. Had 5 pillows which were supersoft. The price included breakfast which was a choice of pastries, cereal, fruit, and a different hot selection every day of the week (we had biscuits & gravy; ham & egg biscuits). A true savings from the price at restaurants. Would highly recommend the hotel. It is a jaunt across Centennial Park, but not bad in nice weather and we saw a lot of security personnel around the park area. Parking is outside, limited in number, and they tell you to park close to the building for safety of your vehicle, but we figure that is the norm for all places in the city. Ted Turner's Montanta Steakhouse is across the street for convenient dining from $6 hamburgers to the more pricey $26 bison steaks.

    Will Stay Again

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    We came to Atlanta to attend an event at Phillips Arena. We booked at this hotel (based on the reviews)and we chose the standard room with King bed and chair - it was very adequate, the bathroom is one of the nicest I have seen.

    The room was clean as were the hallways and elevators. The staff were friendly, polite and helpful. Is in a good location, not a lot of noise. Close enough to walk to the arena. Breakfast was excellent!.

    We will stay here again.

    Absolutely awesome

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    Stayed here for the 50th Girl Scout Convention at the World Congress Center. We stayed in a king suite which I was not able to book online. This room had the most incredible king size bed with pillows that were to die for. The small living room had a pull out couch which is where I had to sleep (my boss had the king bed.) Not bad for a pull out couch.

    Had a full size fridge and microwave. Bathroom was clean, had great towels, good water pressure.

    Continental breakfast was very good. Considering the prices of food in downtown Atlanta (breakfast across the street was a minimum of $10) their offering was superb. The coffee was excellent. They offered one hot breakfast each morning. On days I didn't like that offering, I had english muffin etc. NO..it wasn't a made-to-order breakfast. But it offered decent food that was available until 10 am.

    The absolute best part of my stay here was the staff. Every single one of them was very friendly. No matter where you would run into a staff member, they were cheerful and helpful. The breakfast area was contantly being replenished and someone was always working to keep it clean.

    Very Good Value

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    This hotel may look old from the outside but is completely renovated on the inside. The rooms are not very big but they are very clean and cozy. Stayed here during a convention and was a great value. Will definitely stay here again.

    Excellent Hotel Excellent Location Very Good Value

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    Excellent Hotel - Completely renovated into a boutique style hotel.

    Excellent Location right in the centre of Downtown.

    Very very good value indeed including a very good continental breakfast. Car parking is 12 dollars a day.

    If you are visiting Atlanta STAY HERE

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn and Suites Atlanta Downtown

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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