Embassy Suites Hotel Atlanta - Centennial Park

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

267 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 30313, United States

4 Reviews

Embassy Suites Atlanta - at Centennial Olympic Park
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83%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
28%
157
Very Good
33%
183
Average
22%
124
Poor
8%
49
Terrible
5%
32

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 51% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families58
  • Couples63
  • Solo66
  • Business73
  • hoofhearted's Profile Photo

    Great airport hotel

    by

    Due to weather delays, I was forced to stay overnight in Atlanta. The Embassy Suites has a shuttle from baggage claim. It's very convenient, clean and great amenities. I highly recommend it.

    Unique Quality: Free manager's reception and free breakfast!

  • ATXtraveler's Profile Photo

    Overlooking Olympic Park

    by

    On my latest business trip, I needed to stay close to the CNN center, so I chose to go with the Embassy Suites next to Olympic Centennial Park. Embassy Suites is a favorite of my wife when we are on family trips, so I decided to earn a few points for future reward travel with her.

    The Embassy Suites is a nice hotel within walking distance of quite a few activities, so it would be a very good option for someone using public transportation, or if you just walk to walk around the season. The room itself is likely the best value for families or someone who needs a little more room than the average traveler. Each suite has its own living space, where there is a nice TV, internet ready business table, and mini fridge/kitchen area for making snacks.

    The beds were comfortable, and the restroom/shower was clean and comfortably located between the two rooms. The hotel is also equipped with a Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, so you don't even have to leave the property to get a delicious steak!

  • TexasDave's Profile Photo

    Good Choice for Families

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    One of the principal hotels for the 1996 Olympics since it is right on the edge of Centennial Park. This is still a good choice for families and is very convenient to World of Coca-Cola, all the downtown sports venues, as well as the World Congress Convention buildings.

    Directions: On W edge of Centennial Park

  • spartan's Profile Photo

    Home of the Atlanta Olympics

    by

    A full service, all-suite hotel in downtown Atlanta located near many famous landmarks...the Georgia World Congress Center, Georgia Dome, Philips Arena, Turner Field, CNN Center, the World of Coca Cola, the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Zoo Atlanta.

    Guest suites are contemporary with awesome skyline views of Atlanta and Centennial Olympic Park. This is a first-class establishment where everyone was very helpful...I even received a personalized letter from the General Manager welcoming me to the Embassy Suites.

    Unique Quality: Features include a soaring atrium, curving grand staircase, fountain and beautifully landscaped gardens. The hote is home to one of Atlanta's premier restaurants, Ruth's Chris Steakhouse (the restaurant overlooks the park and offers outdoor dining on it's patio). If you are looking for something lighter, then try the Park Avenue Deli & Market (right outside the hotel).

    All of the spacious two-room suites include a living room with convenient work area, separate bedroom and bath, microwave, refrigerator, and coffee maker. Each suite is equipped with an in-room safe, hairdryer, two-line phones, two televisions, Sony Playstation games, data port, iron and full-size ironing board, and purified water.

    Included in the rate is the complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast as well as complimentary beverages and light snacks during the evening manager's reception.

    Directions: Located across the street from Georgia World Congress Center.

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The Big Chicken!

by tpangelinan

The Big Chicken stands 57 feet tall and is a well know landmark through out the area and further. It was built back in 1963, by Tubby Davis to bring in business to his resturant Johnny Reb's Chick, Chuck and Shake due to the growning competition. The eyes go around and the beak opens & closes at all times, in 1974 Jonny Reb's went under and KFC ( Kentucky Fried Chicken ) openned and got the beak & eyes working again. In 1996 a tornado caused extensive damage and almost got torn down. Pepsi Cola pitched in and fix the old landmark and made it much stronger to be able to handle another hit by a tornado. Located at the corner of Highway 120 and U. S. 41 this landmark is even used by pilots to navigate, drivers use it as a starting or reference point like turn left at the Big Chicken.

Chinese with delivery!

by dustmon about China Inn

This is a typical chinese restaurant but with good food and they deliver within their area----all the regular dishes on their menu with some really good spicy garlic sauces included....
In a strip mall with a Publix..... shrimp in spicy garlic sauce

The Square

by farseek

The Square
This is Glover Park, also known as Marietta Town Square or simply 'The Square.' It's surrounded on all sides by bars, restaurants and shops - I'm going to dwell only on a few of these that I've been in but others are certainly worth checking out, like a Slovakian eatery of some sort and a few other interesting joints.

Charleston SC engagement

by tpangelinan

"The engagement is official"

I took Terry to Charleston to make it official and I wanted to make it the most romantic moment of her life!

"My Mission was a big secret!"

I ordered the carriage ride, called the florist that the carriage company suggested to have a dozen long stem red roses sent over and waiting in the carriage for the ride then I sent a list of Terry's favorite Ice Wines over to Linda in Charleston and sent her on a mission to find a liquor store in town that had Terry's favorite Ice Wine, well Linda you're the best!! She found it and called me with the number and contact person. I then arranged for them to have the bottle sent over to the florist with an ice bucket to be put in a basket arragement with rose peddles, oh yeah we need glasses so I called Lori who is also from our Charleston office who was wonderful to lend me 2 glasses and take them over to the florist also so they could be in the basket! Thank you both for all your wonderful help!! :o)

"The mission continues!"

The liquor store delivered the bottle to the florist in 15 minutes, the florist kept it cold until the day it was due, next the florist had to put the basket arragement together and take it to the carriage company in plenty of time for our ride through the French Quarter and Battery Park along the water. The carriage company filled the ice bucket shortly before our arrival and had it waiting just as planned! Terry could not have been any more stunned that I was able to pull this off because she knew nothing about this part of the trip. It was so fun too!!

"The magic moment!"

The carriage driver was very helpful with taking photos for me at the perfect time!

"The ring"

"The Happy Couple!"

"The end of the ride"

Well now that we have a nice little buzz going, lets eat! So off to Magnolia's for dinner.

"Had to catch the sunset Battery Park!"

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Address: 267 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 30313, United States