Fairfield Inn was a nice place, big room and nice beds. It had cable tv, continental breakfast, good coffee, hair drier, iron and board, clean bathroom and very friendly staff. Good price and AAA gets $10.00 off.
Staying at a Beautiful Inn transported me back in time when in Savannah.
Attention to Detail. Great breakfasts. Wonderful greeting upon arrival. Beautiful Design and Decorating at the Inn. Small personalized Inn, great to meet other guest during breakfast. Innkeeper was very accommodating and went out of her way to make sure we were happy.
Another thing to remember is that Savannah is a difficult city to find parking if you are driving a car there. There are additional fees with many hotels. We always had a parking space and at no cost which was not an additional cost to the daily rate, something to be remembered.
The 1,260-room Hyatt Regency Atlanta was the first contemporary atrium hotel in the world. Designed by Atlanta architect John Portman, the hotel is most known for its 22-story, skylit atrium with glass elevators. It is a tourist attraction in its own right.
Located in the heart of Atlanta's hotel district, the Hyatt Regency Atlanta caters mainly to business travelers, offering 180,000 square feet (16,723 square meters) of ballroom, exhibit, meeting, and hospitality space.
The hotel has recently undergone a $22,000,000 renovation to make a stay a more comfortable and enjoyable experience.
Guests and visitors can enjoy a ride in the atrium's glass elevators to the roof-level revolving restaurant for a spectacular view of downtown and Midtown Atlanta.
This hotel had a few of the little extras I like to find. There was a microwave and a refrigerator and even a little sitting area. The price was cheap for what I got and the staff was nice too.
This hotel is NOT on my recommend list. The room we were given had not been cleaned and we had to exchange it for another one. Mistakes like that should not happen. The second one seemed to be clean, but the furniture was worn and damaged. We had booked this hoted because it was reasonably priced, but I will not return there.
Georgia's state parks have accommodations for all preferences and budgets. Outdoor enthusiasts can choose from numerous campsites, while others may prefer cozy cottages or hotel style lodge rooms.
More luxurious gateway can be found at Smithgall Woods in the mountains, the Reynold Mansion on Supelo Island and the Burnham Cottage in south Georgia.
Hikers even have their own backcountry inn at Amicalola Falls State Park.
On my last visit to Georgia in March 2009, I stayed for 3 nights at the Baymont Inn and Suites in downtown Atlanta. The booking was done through Expedia. Before taking the chance with this hotel, I had read some of the reviews, and many were not too favorable. I decided to take a chance, as the hotel had the best rate [for a downtown hotel], and there was a special on [stay 3 nights and the last night free].
I am very glad that I took the chance, as everything from check-in to check-out went perfectly smooth. The staff were friendly and helpful, the buffet continental breakfast was better than a whole lot of others that I have had. Entrances to the rooms were from outside corridors [motel style], but that was ok, except on one occasion when it was raining rather heavily. The room itself was more than adequate --- the t.v. and aircon worked, there was free internet access as well as free local calls. The outdoor pool looked clean and well maintained, although there wasn't anybody swimming as the weather was still rather cold.
I would recommend this hotel, unless you are willing to shell out an extra $50 a night for the luxury of having an inside corridor entrance to your room.
Beside the price, the most outstanding quality of the hotel is probably the staff --- very friendly and helpful, as were the residents of Atlanta whom I met during my visit.
My stay at the SpringHill Suites provides exceptional value. The moderately priced all-suite hotel offers up to 25% more space for sleeping, eating, and working. SpringHill Suites is Marriott's newest solution for travelers who desire more room to stretch out and get comfortable. They will get you started each day with a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. This hotel is located just minutes from downtown Atlanta, Underground Atlanta, Georgia Tech University, Georgia Dome, Turner Field and Whitewater Theme Park, and you do not have to get on any interstate to arrive on time at the airport. Just 1.5 miles from Six Flags Over Georgia.
This hotel is nonsmoking
Spacious studio suites, innovatively laid out, all new stylishly furnished and smartly designed.
Complimentary hot breakfast buffet served daily
Office Desk w/ Free High Speed Internet Access, Free Out/In Faxes, and Free Copies (available)
High-speed Internet access
The Cloister is one of the most elegant hotels in Georgia. Since 1928 is has hosted Presidents, Prime Ministers and the worlds elite. Impeccable service combined with attention to detail make this resort truly world class.
From the minute you pass through the gatehouse that separates Sea Island from St. Simons Island, you know you are someplace special. The roads are paved with brick, the buildings are mediterranean influenced and the grounds are magnificently kept up.
Along the main drive to the hotel you will pass oaks that have been planted by dignitaries during their stay on the island. Upon arrival to the Cloister, you will find that you are treated as well as the world leaders who preceded you.
Service is the key to this resort. There is nothing the staff won't do to make your stay perfect. In addition to the beach club and pool, there are horses, nature walks, a shooting school, spa, golf, and world class dining. A wine cellar that is one of the best in the world will complement your dining at the cloister.
The rooms are huge and the attention to detail really shows. Personalized stationary, 45" LCD TV with High Definition service, a bath suite with Bvlgari toiletries, 500 thread count sheets... Enjoy.
It comes with a price though, so beware. Rooms range from $500 a night on up. $750 a night to stay in the main building is a starting point.
The Fieldstone is an upscale Hotel located in the north Georgia Mountain town of Hiawassee. The Fieldstone boasts an excellent restaurant, a Marina, and is right on Lake Chatuge.
If you want to get up in the mountains but don't want to stay in a cabin, this is a great place to check out. I've been here twice now and both times it's been fantastic.
The Fieldstone lobby resembles a Lodge. The rooms are outstanding and the staff went out of their way to make the stay memorable. They accomodate special requests for anniversaries/birthdays, etc. and are good at keeping it on the sly so it's a surprise!
I opted for one of two suites that they had on the second floor. These two have full size Jacuzzi's in them. The Restaurant served an excellent Prime Rib and had a full service bar.
The Fieldstone also sells Lake side Condominiums and is building a Spa to open later in 2005.
Wheter you are first time camper or an experienced backpacker, Georgia have a campsite for you.
Forty one parks offer more than 2700 campsite only areas, RV pull-thru sites, primitive camping and group camping area parks have laundry facilities and sell camping supplies.
Vaction Rentals are very nicly priced. We stayed on Jekell Island in a 3 bedroom steps from the ocean.
The one we rented was $750 for the week. Very nice home w/d , dw/ ac/100 yards from beach.
My husband and I stayed here for several days when we were in Columbus, Georgia for our grandson's graduation from Fort Benning. The front desk staff was gracious and very helpful...they went out of their way to help us with anything we needed during out stay. We were right at home here! There were the usual hotel amentities, with the nice touch of both wired and wireless internet available. Bathroom was quite adequate and lovely. Bedding was great; pillows were plentiful and so very comfortable. My husband especially enjoyed being so close to the riverwalk as did I. Location was convenient to Fort Benning. The lobby, as I mentioned, was very impressive and beautiful and offered our family a comfortable location to visit...as did other families. Uniforms everywhere! It very busy with graduates and Army families.
The hotel is located in the restored historic district, opposite the old iron foundry which has been converted to a convention facility, and within an easy walk of the riverfront walking paths.
The lobby is spacious,clean and quite beautiful..it gives a good first impression. It had very tall ceiling with skylights
Our room was quite a nice surprise--very beautiful--looked more like a "bed and breakfast" actually. Our room was in the part of the hotel that had originally been part of the bakery. It was large, with high ceilings, original brick walls, the original tall, skinny windows...two big wing chairs, very comfortable bed, lovely desk with hookup for our laptop !! It was quite comfortable, light and airy even with the old brick walls.
We stayed at Chateau Elan for 3 nights and 4 days. The facilities were wonderful. The staff was very friendly and helpful and the amenities were top notch. They include a spa, an Irish Pub, a wonderful restaurant and golfing. We were treated to turndown service and the Wall Street Journal every morning. The rooms are spacious and we had a wonderful time. We highly recommend this facility and we will be going back many times.
There is a fantastic spa connected with the facility, a golf course, restaurants and the winery is right on the property. There are rolling hills and we were on a motorcycle, so we took advantange of mountain riding while there.
If you go online you'll find loads of real estate places that deal with cabin or vacation house rentals in North Georgia or the surrounding area. We chose Mountain Laurel cabins and found a 3 bedroom, 3 bath home for about $800/wk. This might sound like a lot but you have to remember it's a complete home with ALL the emenities including a hot tub, full kitchen, barbecue grill, private bedrooms, a full basement with a pool table and card and board games, Direct TV. Everything but the food. We brought food from home and bought a little at the local grocery stores as well and had some nights where we ate out. You can't do that and spend only $800 staying in a hotel for 7 nights.
The cabin was private and secluded on a little winding road with a view of Carter's Lake, part of the Georgia State Park system. It was perfect for us, but maybe not for a family with small children because of the many staircases in the house and the lack of flat land around it. Still, it wouldn't be hard to find a house without those worries in this area.
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