Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Perimeter Center
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The Atlanta airport is very big! We had to ride a subway to get to our concourse. We walked around in the food court and i got a burrito. We still have one more hour until our flight takes off so we're just sitting around waiting. I am a little nervous about this long flight, but it will be ...
... it's the contrasts that stick with me. On the one Han you have the small and harsh cells. Open to the elements and probably v v cold in the winter months. The isolation cells that would have been depressingly dark and kept prisoners locked up in for 23 hrs a day. But then, in contrast, there are the stunning views towards SF and the Golden Gate Bridge. Which the prisoners would have seen each and every day - reminding them of their lost liberty. More to ...
... was not anything like it is today. The carving was actually started in 1924 but did not get completed until 1970. It was interrupted by financial, political and artistic problems which included two world wars, the Depression and limited technology and so there was no work on it from 1924 to 1964 little if any work was done. So that means when we were there in 1963, the only part of the carving would have been Jefferson Davis' head. It's an interesting story but ...
... fighting again. The north finally won and made their way into Atlanta, everyone knows how that ended. We drove up to the top of the mountain to the overlook and in the distance we could see Atlanta and Stone Mountain, of course it was hazy so the outlines were all we could see.
After descending to the valley, we made our way into downtown Marietta to visit the Gone with the Wind Museum. This museum contains some of the items in ...
... not to like but I'll keep my kvetching to a minimum. However, Friday night was a precursor to the Saturday St. Patty's day festivities in Atlanta and I went out to dinner with a few old co-workers from my AT&T days (hey Anthony and Christine!).
Saturday I spent the day catching up on some work and publishing my Memphis and NOLA blog posts so clearly not much was accomplished.
On Sunday and my last full day in Atlanta ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Perimeter Center
Nice and clean
I came across this hotel by mistake and i'm glad i did. I needed a quick place to stay because i checked oout of another hotel (that was a dump in the area) and for the same price i stayed here. everything was like new. beds were clean and fluffy, towels were thick and soft, exercise room was great, hotel was spotless. I would of paid double. 89.00 was steal.
I stayed at this hotel a while ago for the U.S. Figure Skating Nationals in Jan 2004. I just found this site now so that is why I am posting a review so late. I am also looking for reviews of hotels in St. Louis and Calgary (for US Nats and Worlds in 2006). Overall it was a good experience. I was able to book this hotel for $36 a night off hotwire as a 3 star hotel. I stayed the entire week and it was enjoyable.
We'd got this hotel from priceline.com for 3 nights. After we won this hotel we suddenly went check out this hotel rating here. It turned out to be a very good hotel as you could have already seen many folks here pronounce, but it's not for us! Atleast our 3 nights experience could give you some good points of view.
Stayed at this hotel in January '05. Very clean and up to date. Friendly staff. Convenient and in a safe... would highly recommend to a business traveler or for a weekend stay.
I booked this hotel on Hotwire for $49 a night! And what a bargain! THis is a rather new hotel. It is built for business travelers. It is the perfect size, just big enough to feel like you are in a hotel but not too big to be a hassle. The hotel has a free parking lot, which was very convenient. The property was very clean and up to date. It is in a nice suburban area with plenty of great restaurants, a nice shopping mall and convenient to all of the major interstates. The area seemed very safe. Rooms were spacious and clean. The bed was comfortable. The room was nicer than the ones in hotels I have paid more than twice to stay in. There was an indoor lap pool. I was able to get to Buckhead in 10 minutes and downtown in about 20 minutes. I would definately recommend this hotel and would stay here again.
This is the best place to stay in Atlanta!
The four of us took a shopping trip to Atlanta and found the Hilton Garden Inn by Perimeter Mall. This is a great location close to shopping and lots of great restaurants. They referred us to restaurants (PF Changs-yummy!), gave us maps, and we had the most fabulous beds to sleep on after a long day of shopping. Love the beds!!!
The staff was so kind and helpful and made us feel so at home. I will always stay here no matter where I am going in Atlanta! Thanks for an awesome experience!!!
A very good bite
For the third year we are staying at the Hilton Garden Inn Perimeter Center in Atlanta and we enjoyed it again. This hotel is so close by the Perimeter Mall and next to the I-285.
Good clean rooms and good rates!
Love Hilton Garden Inns
very clean and hospitable
Good place to stay
The Hilton Garden Inn Perimeter Center in Altanta is a hidden secret, especially on the weekends with the weekend special rates. The hotel is fully equiped and the rooms are comfortable and very clean. The hotel is situated close to the perimeter mall and it is only a short drive to Buckhead or Virginia Highlands (well known shopping places in Atlanta).
Loved the Hilton Garden Inn!
Great Hotel! The location was perfect, close to malls and shopping areas. The hotel was beautiful and the staff was very friendly. Reserve hotel on expedia for a great discount!