Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Perimeter Center

Address: 1501 Lake Hearn Drive, Atlanta, Georgia, 30319, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Perimeter area of Atlanta, is near Perimeter Mall, The Punchline, Inman Park, and North Fulton Golf Course.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Perimeter Center

    Nice and clean

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    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.

    WOW for the price!

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    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.

    Pros:

    1. Price!

    2. Rooms were clean with very nice furniture.

    3. Staff was nice but not annoying. What does that mean? It is helping you when you need it and not buzzing around you asking "how are you doing?" and other fake comments. Whatever I asked for, I got. Extra pillows, extra hangers and more coffee were all delivered promptly.

    4. Great little fridge. Fit all my snacks and things.

    Cons:

    1. High-speed internet didn't work in all the rooms. At first I thought it was just my laptop but technical support figured out that the port did work so I was moved to another room. The other room was actually a LOT nicer so I was pleased.

    2. Parking - it is free but up this freaking hill which is ridiculous. No much they could do about that though. But seriously I felt like if I tripped going down something BAD would have happened.

    3. Location - again, something they can't really help. I wanted a cheap price and I got it. It was 25 minutes from the CNN center where the event was taking place. I am from Houston so I am used to commutes so it actually wasn't bad at all.

    New hotel with terrible facilities and indifferent staffs

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    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.

    First of all, the hotel staff is indifferent. During checking-in I didn't hear any greeting word that even a mediocre hotel staffs use to greet their customer like 'good evening' or 'how may I help you?' at all. All they did to us was just ask for my driving license and credit card #. I felt like I'm checking out a ABC store! During check out was about the same story. When I came up to the front desk to ask for the check out the staff was kind enough to ask me 'what you need?'..

    Secondly, even it's a new hotel but some of their facilities're not. Our room is #208 and it's has a heater unit that's so noisy roaring like a school bus. Also, the A/C unit temp controller knob was so loose that it hardly stay in the point where we want it to set. We need to use a toothpick to hold the temp knob to get our desire temp! The hot water at this hotel is also not that hot. We need to turn on max hot water to get just warm water for our shower. The marble bathroom counter was loose that we would never know when it would fall apart...

    Next, they provide a free parking but you have to hike up to the hill to get your car everyday. Would be horrible during rain or snow!

    On the other hand, since they've just open few years ago they're still smell new. The bed and other furnitures (except the A/C and the bathroom counter) are in very good shape. The bed is so comfortable and their fridge and microwave is a plus.

    I would rate this hotel only 2 stars and next time I visit Atlanta I would probably go somewhere else!

    Great hotel

    from

    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.

    Great Price! Great Location!

    from

    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!

    from

    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

    from

    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

    from

    very clean and hospitable

    Good place to stay

    from

    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!

    from

    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!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Perimeter Center

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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