Microtel Inn By Wyndham Atlanta Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMicrotel Inn By Wyndham Atlanta Airport College Park
We arrived a little earlier than anticipated and they stilllet us check in early. Seeing that we were traveling with two small children, the rearranged rooms so that we could have a bottom floor room. Rooms were clean and problem free. Shuttle to the aiport was a plus but the earliest time available is 4:40am so watch out if you have an early flight. Overall impressed at the staff facilities and amenities!
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