Quality Hotel Downtown

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

89 Luckie Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 30303, United States
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
26%
63
Very Good
31%
75
Average
18%
45
Poor
10%
25
Terrible
12%
29

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 129% more than similarly rated 2.5 star hotels

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  • Business73

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Forum Posts

TRANSFER IN ATLANTA AIRPORT TO SAN JUAN, PEURTO RICO

by leedee

Hi Everyone

I need urgent help!! I am flying from Dublin, Ireland to San Juan but have to get a connecting flight in Atlanta and the layover time is only 1 hour 35 mins. Is this enough time?? I have never flew to America before and am unsure as to their policies about security etc. Do i have to go through customs again?? Do i have to get my luggage and check in again?? I am just about to book the flight now but have been told this is the weekend before Thanksgiving and may be much more busy. Please help so i can book my flight and my lovely Soutern Caribbean Cruise.

Thanks!!!!

Re: TRANSFER IN ATLANTA AIRPORT TO SAN JUAN, PEURTO RICO

by nhoolb

That could be tight. I travel frequently via Atlanta and normally I have to count on 1 hour to cope with immigration and customs. The last time (in May) I had a 2:15 connection and barely made it.
Check their website:
www.atlanta-airport.com

Re: TRANSFER IN ATLANTA AIRPORT TO SAN JUAN, PEURTO RICO

by leedee

Do you mean you had two hour 15 min layover time and that was tight?? Do you have to go through security again and customs, lift luggage again etc??

thanks for the prompt reply!

Re: TRANSFER IN ATLANTA AIRPORT TO SAN JUAN, PEURTO RICO

by nhoolb

Yes

Re: TRANSFER IN ATLANTA AIRPORT TO SAN JUAN, PEURTO RICO

by edwis

You will deplane in ATL, go to passport control, pickup you bags closeby, walk through customs ('nothing to declare' path), then put your bags on a transfer-baggage checkin belt again(closeby). then you will make your way in the main terminals to the proper gate for your next flight.
you time allowance will work okay, just don't dawdle or window shop, keep moving, find the shortest lines and you will be fine.

Re: TRANSFER IN ATLANTA AIRPORT TO SAN JUAN, PEURTO RICO

by nhoolb

As I said, normally 1 hour and some is just OK but tight, but last May I stayed in line for passport control for almost 2 hours.

Re: TRANSFER IN ATLANTA AIRPORT TO SAN JUAN, PEURTO RICO

by timessquare

You may not have to go through immigration etc in Atlanta.

Dublin and Shannon are the two airports in Europe where you can clear US Immigrations there instead of on the US mainland.
http://www.dhs.gov/xtrvlsec/programs/editorial_0685.shtm

However, 1h35m doesn't really give you a lot of leeway in the event your flight from Dublin is delayed. Your luggage still has to be taken from your first plane and placed onto the second plane.

Re: TRANSFER IN ATLANTA AIRPORT TO SAN JUAN, PEURTO RICO

by nhoolb

Ah-that's something I didn't know. I knew about pre-clearance in certain Canadian airports (like Calgary) but didn't know about in Europe. Thanks for the info.

Re: TRANSFER IN ATLANTA AIRPORT TO SAN JUAN, PEURTO RICO

by balfor

If you are on a pre-cleared flight you should have plenty of time. Normally as was said, an hour is plenty of time to get through immigrations. I have had a long wait one time, but generally speaking Atlanta does a good job of moving people through customs/immigration and then getting you re-screened to enter the airport terminals. (You have to be re-screened because you were re-united with your baggage. A pain but understandable)

Have fun in the sun!!!!

Travel Tips for Atlanta

sightsee from the inside of a...

by maryinutopia

sightsee from the inside of a white stretch limo while enjoying a fine glass of wine! Felt as if I was living the life of the rich and famous! Lots of things to see and places to go...the old underground...the Coca-cola museum....tons of skyscrapers...the CNN headquarters I don't know about fondest memory...more like most memorable because it ruined the night. This girl from the sister bank gets car sick and the driver had given her a bag to UPCHUCK in with a hole in it! IT WAS HORRIBLE WHAT OCCURRED....and we all had to go back to the room!!!! DANG!!!

Turner Field - Atlanta Braves

by ATXtraveler

For those of you that are sports fans, the place to watch professional baseball in Atlanta is at Turner Field. Turner Field is the replacement for the old Fulton County Stadium, and was one of the original "new" ballparks which started a trend in Major League Baseball to change the experience from just a game to an entertainment package. If you are traveling with kids, it will be a requirement to stop in and see the Fun Zone, which is free, as well as some of the CocaCola amusement activities.

For those looking for a good baseball game, there really is not a bad seat in the place, but you really will feel right at home if you get down in the lower level. The Braves have really also been a perennial power since the early 90's, so you are likely going to see a good game.

The place does need to be paid for though, so if you plan to eat or drink in the stadium, bring your pocketbook. It will be a big bill. A baseball mitt in case your hands are not strong enough to catch a foul ball, a sharpie pen if you get there early for an autograph, and plenty of money if you want to eat.

Picketts Mill

by goingsolo

Pickett's Mill was the site of a civil war battle inn which victory went to the South. In keepinng with the local pride for Georgia's Connfeederate "heroes", thte battlefield has been preserved as a historic site.

The battle over Pickett's Mill took place in May, 1864. The Federal Army had been stopped short of Atlanta and sought to outmaneuver the Confederates at Pickett's Mill. The10,000 Confederate troops were outnumbered but held their ground. By morning, the Union suffered three times the losses of the Confederate troops.

For a small fee, you can tour a portion of the area. There aare three hiking trails that loop around the site and pass the trenches dug by Confederate soldiers, an abandoned well, and a field where crops now grow.

Due to its remote location and the popularity of nearby Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield State Park, Pickett"s Mill is largely uncrowded. As a result, the grounds are eerily quiet, as if in somber tribute to those who lost their lives here.

There are three easy to follow hiking trails, marked with red, white or blue markers. The visitor's center will provide you with a pamphlet which explains some of the sights found along the way, such as the battle lines which are virtually invisible.

The picture was taken near a field where crops are now growing. There was no explanation for the uniform laid out on the posts, but it appears to be in tribute to the soldiers that lost their lives here. Given the controversial southern pride in its Confederate history, I think its safe to assume the tribute is meant for the Confederate soldiers.
To get to Pickett's Mill, take I-75 to exit 265 and head west on Cobb Parkway to hwy 92 South (Dallas Ackworth Road). From there, follow the signs to the site.

Midtown

by goingsolo about Midtown

Its probably no surprise that Midtown is the middle part of the city- about halfway between downtown and the northern perimeter. Midtown is also more laid back than downtown or Buckhead, although it does have a nightlife scene of its own.

Crescent Street is a popular destination in Midtown. Anyone out for a pub crawl in Midtown would want to head here (or simply go over to Virginia Highlands, which is about 5 minutes away). Here are a couple of suggestions:

1150 - A nightclub frequented by the younger crowd. We didn't go in but from what we saw, and heard, this looked like the college age place to be. If you like loud music and long lines, give this one a shot.

Front Page News : This is a great all around place to go for food, drinks and live music. The downstairs area has a outdoor restaurant and indoor bar and the live music is played upstairs. The crowd is older than what you'll find in most places. Given that this is Atlanta, its still pretty young, but you'll actually find people in their 30's here. Its a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, the bartenders are great band was as well.

Cosmopolitan Lounge : This place is advertised as being more upscale,but, other than charging a cover and attracting a crowd of people who think of themselves as upscale, its still a pretty casual place.

Shout: Shout is a new bar located on 14th Street near Colony Square. Its owners also own Twist, which is located in Buckhead. The place gets pretty crowded since its new and everyone wants to check it out, but I've heard mixed reviews. In Atlanta, the general rule of thumb is that you can go anywhere in jeans.

To get to Heaven or Hell takes you through Atlanta

by dlytle

Hartsfield bears the proud distinction of being "the world’s busiest passenger airport." The Airport has long been known as a major connecting hub serving numerous destinations around the globe. However, its vitality of growth is no longer merely a product of its role as a prime-interlining hub. Each year, an increasing number of air travelers start or finish their journeys in the Southeast region of the United States.

In this region of the United States there is a saying that "Whether you go to heaven or hell, you have to pass through Atlanta's airport to connect!"

Atlanta International Airport's passenger terminal complex consists of the connected North and South terminals, an international facility, 5 domestic concourses, and an underground transit mall. Throughout the complex, all the architectural elements work together to guide passengers to their points of departure. A wide variety of concessions and amenities are located on the two connecting bridges of the terminal and on each concourse.

Hartsfield International Airport is about 45 Football Fields of Elbow Room and Service large.

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Address: 89 Luckie Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 30303, United States