I booked this hotel using the tool that lets you see the price, but not the name or exact location of the hotel. It was a good deal that way, but if it had been full price, I would not have stayed here. It was a good deal with a discount. The overall quality of the hotel was just ok. It didn't seem like it was in a good condition, like it had a faint bad smell, and nothing seemed completely clean. But nothing was overtly dirty, either. I don't think housekeeping came once during my three-day stay. So there was nothing specific to complain about but it wasn't the nicest hotel in the world.
When we arrived the ladies at the front desk were super friendly. We received a gift of an apple, orange, bottled water and chips. The hotel was clean and quiet. Beds could be a little more comfortable. Breakfast was average. I will say in the morning when we went to check out there was a customer who was chewing the front desk girl out unreasonably. The girl was almost in tears. She deserves a raise for still being kind and going above and beyond even though the person was very rude. Thank you for the nice stay. We would gladly stay again.
The Double-Tree was very comfortable and clean. I would only say to improve free WiFi should be offered as of the cheapest of hotels provide that service. Also considering that this is a Hilton establishment...why no fridge?
One of Atlanta’s larger suburbs, Marietta houses the Dobbins Air Reserve Base and a Lockheed-Martin manufacturing plant. The Civil War plays an interesting role for the town: all but three buildings were burned during Sherman’s March, but the Marietta now hosts a Gone with the Wind Museum. Also of note, Marietta’s principal landmark is a 56-foot steel chicken.