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Bright, fresh, and colorful setting for business travelers and families
The hotel is particularly popular with business travelers attending conferences and meetings in the nearby corporate parks; it is also frequented by Atlanta locals with early flights wishing to leave their cars near the airport, because the hotel maintains a 24-hour shuttle servicing Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta. The property is a bland, four-story ranch-style building in a suburban area; the contemporary lobby, though, is cheerfully outfitted in an array of blue-hued carpets and couches. Overall, the common areas still retain the institutional feel of a chain hotel.
In the outskirts of Atlanta, a 20-minute drive to downtown and one hour via public transit
The hotel sits in a suburban area a 12-minute drive from the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta airport; the property, which is flanked by a small lake, maintains a 24-hour shuttle that runs both to the airport and the nearby mall. The hotel is located in the outskirts of the city, at the end of a very large shopping mall area that begins at the edge of the parking lot; many restaurants and retail shops are close enough to walk. There's also a large liquor store a few minutes' walk away.
Large, with chain decor, but comfortable and clean
The rooms here are chain-like and contemporary. They are outfitted with light blue accent walls, navy cushioned furniture, blue bed runners, dark wood furniture, and wall-to-wall carpeting in patterns that look slightly Scandinavian. Bathrooms are a standard affair with shower/tub combos, though they also have granite-pattern walls. Some rooms have peaceful views of the lake behind the hotel. All rooms have sink areas with coffeemakers and microwaves, small flat-screen TVs, safes, empty mini-fridges, and hairdryers.
Indoor pool, 24-hour airport and mall shuttle service, fitness center, meeting rooms
The small fitness center has a treadmill, an elliptical machine, a stationary bike, a reclining bicycle, and a few free weights. A large wooden deck overlooks Lake Princeton in the back of the hotel. A small business center provides internet terminals and a couple of printers. The indoor, saltwater pool is of modest size, and perhaps more suitable for dipping than laps. Shuttle does not service the international terminal directly, so guests must travel with intra-airport transportation to a domestic terminal first. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel and guest rooms.
Built in 2010, the 102 rooms here get high marks from guests for cleanliness, and the staff receives strong praise for service. Situated about 12 minutes from the Atlanta airport in a suburban area, the property is particularly popular with business travelers coming to the handful of nearby corporate parks, as well as Atlanta locals taking advantage of the Park, Stay & Go feature that combines overnight stays with extended parking privileges. The hotel sits at the end of a shopping mall, so while it is about an hour via public transportation (or 20-minute drive) from the downtown area, it is convenient to a good number of shops and restaurants.