Castleberry Inn

186 Northside Drive, Atlanta, Georgia, 30313, United States
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The Castleberry Inn Atlanta

by justkatwoman

How bad is the place?? I have read several reviews and of 100% it got 77% bad rating.

A group of 35 are planning to stay there in June for a convention. What do you recomend me to do at this stage of the game.

HELP!!! HELP!!!!

Re: The Castleberry Inn Atlanta

by balfor

Sorry for the late reply. I have been remiss in my duties of watching the Atlanta forum. I dont know anything about the hotel as I generally don't stay in a hotel when I'm in Atlanta! But...... That area is a mixed area. Not too many years ago (like 4-5) it was mostly section 8 housing and not such a nice area to be in. The city has been doing a good job of cleaning the area up but if you venture forth from the hotel..... go north or northeast. Those areas are fine but the south gets to be a bit of a run down area of town although that is starting to change as well.

There are a LOT of hotels in the downtown area. While the Castleberry is not IN downtown, you are not far at all from it. Probably a bit more than walking distance but not too far if you want to stroll. That being said, the Georgia Dome/Congress Center/Phillips Arena are all part of a huge complex so if you are having your convention at the World Congress Center, ANY hotel in the downtown area is a possibility. And there are quite a few hotels there that are used to handling convention sized crowds. Unfortunately, I don't really know the hotels in the area in depth other than some of the major ones. The Westin is a cool, round tower that is only a couple of blocks from Centennial Park (on the east side) and Phillips/Congress Center/Aquarium and World of Coke are on the north and south sides as well as to the west of the park.

Other hotels close to that point would still have easy access to the World Congress Center, though you'd be on the far end of the Facility from the main entrance. The place is huge, however, so depending on whether the convention was in the old or the new part of the facility you might be better off on the downtown side. (The older portion of the World Congress Center is closer to downtown and the newer section is closer to the Castleberry on the west side.)

Travel Tips for Atlanta

Georgia Liquor Laws

by bocmaxima

Honestly, I haven't figured all of these out yet, but I'm going to try and outline some of the ones I know.
- There is no reasonable restriction on the amount of alcohol that beer can have. It exists, but it's something like 14%.
- No alcohol is sold on Sundays except at bars, which can open as early as noon.
- Breweries are prohibited from selling alcohol, although you can drink on the premises. If you go to Terrapin (in Athens) or Sweetwater (in Atlanta), you are actually paying for a "tour" and they are, in theory, giving away the beer. However, you will find no beer in their gift shops.
- Brewpubs that brew their own beer and also sell it are prohibited from filling "growlers" (half gallon jugs) to be taken home. Like breweries, they also cannot sell kegs. Strangely though, most brewpubs in Georgia sell growler bottles.
- There are a number of beer-oriented liquor stores that have popped up though that do fill growlers. However, just like at any liquor store, you cannot consume beer there.
- Many cities in Georgia prohibit "happy hour" or "2-for-1" specials where alcohol is sold at a discounted price. In other cities (like Athens), it's prohibited only after a certain time, usually 9pm or 11pm.
- There is no statewide open container law, although so many counties and cities have one that, realistically, Savannah is the only city where you can get a "to go cup" at a bar.

Augusta is chick

by BruceDunning

This town on the east of the state is vibrant and holds a lot for the visitor. It has 200,000 residents, and is 150 miles east of Atlanta on the Savannah river. It was founded by James Olglethorpe who also started Savannah in 1736. it has a riverwalk and many colorful gardens throughout the city. One fame is of the golfing, with the Augusta National held here.

Atlanta metro

by cobrioc

Atlanta metro is truly a world class city, enjoy theater, dance and superb orchestal productions.

Peachtree Street: One Atlantic Center, directly across the street is the only remaining major department store downtown, Macy's, Peachtree Center, Ritz Carlton Hotel, and Hard Rock Cafe are other neighbors.

One word... Buckhead.

by steph4867 about One word... Buckhead.

Within a 5 block radius is something for everyone, from hole-in-the-walls to swanky places 'to be seen'. Depending on where you plan to spend the evening you can get by in shorts/t-shirts to club attire. Most of the hopping places (on Boling Way) are teeming with people in the finest 'check me out' garb... especially in the Spring & Summer.

Atlanta is a horrible town to...

by tim123

Atlanta is a horrible town to drive around in (one of the most congested in the U.S.). Luckily there is an alternative to driving. The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority is Atlanta's state-of-the-art public transportation system. MARTA trains are an inexpensive and reliable way to get around town. It's also well integrated with the bus system, which serves many of the areas MARTA doesn't. Transfers between the two systems are free. MARTA trains conveniently connect the airport and downtown Atlanta.


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 Castleberry Inn

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Address: 186 Northside Drive, Atlanta, Georgia, 30313, United States