Ratings based on 831 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.6 out of 5
77% of guests recommend
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 23-Sep-2016
Very nice brunch people,when I were there, they give me map and a lot recommend. If you want a cheaper and quite please. This is good choice.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller fromYates City, IL

Within walking distance of downtown attractions

Posted 17-Sep-2016
Third shift staff was rude. Found hair in the bathtub that wasn't mine. No kleenex in the rooms. Not enough electrical outlets and they were too far from the bed to have anything plugged in. Something pink (like dried nail polish) all over the chair and the counter. Second shift staff was wonderful.
1out of 5
by A verified traveller fromMinneapolis, MN

Spend more to find something better

Posted 3-Sep-2016
We didn't stay the whole night. The location for the price and free parking can't be beat. However, as night approached, we decided we needed to leave. As my daughter was watching TV, she screamed and stood on the bed saying she saw a cockroach by the mirror. It hid itself by the time I looked. Soon, a very large cockroach ran out again. Before I could kill it, it ran behind the dresser. I called the front desk, and the lady told me they didn't have cockroaches and that it was a waterbug; though, she never actually looked at it. Keep in mind, we were on the 3rd floor of a hotel without any pool or anything resembling a waterbug habitat. She said we could call her if we saw it again and she would come kill it. I Googled the difference between cockroaches and waterbugs and determined that its long antenna clearly made it a big cockroach. I waited a minute, and a cockroach appeared again, a smaller one than the first. I managed to get it mostly. It was incapacitated but still wiggling its long antenna. I brought the cockroach to the front desk to show the woman. I said, this is a cockroach, not a waterbug, and there seems to be more than just this one. She said she couldn't do anything for us because we paid through Expedia. So, we checked all of our belongings for hitch hikers and left without a refund. We couldn't sleep there. My daughter cried until we left. They gave me the GM's number, but I haven't reached him during office hours yet for resolution. That was 4 days ago.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller

needed animal friendly place to stay

Posted 21-Aug-2016
Pros: was pet friendly
Cons: cleaninless, towels were not white, sorta gray not white
Location: location was find to be in downtown ATL, and have many choices for events and dining
after arriving, and after already reserving accommodations for pet friendly hotel. Once checking in a lady came running over to tell the attendant (she has a dog) {apparently one of the owners} I then said I reserved for a animal, so whats the fuss. This was very uncomfortable to be arriving after a long car drive when I reserved for a animal??
5out of 5
by A verified traveller

Easy Quick Trip to Atlanta

Posted 12-Aug-2016
Had an excellent experience at Motel 6 in Downtown Atlanta. It had free parking and free Wi-Fi. Other than a bed and a bathroom, I don't need anything else. You can't beat the price for Downtown Atlanta!
3out of 5
by A verified traveller fromAustin

Close to things I wanted to see i.e. Aquarium, CNN

Posted 10-Aug-2016
Older hotel - nice staff, little upset at amount of hiway traffic noise - but at the price it was good. Takes pets but no place for them to relieve themselves
3out of 5
by A verified traveller fromRaleigh, North Carolina

Affordable hotel in downtown Atlanta

Posted 5-Aug-2016
Pros: Clean, modern and good for my budget.
Location: This motel is only a short walk from downtown Atl's top attractions like the Georgia Aquarium.
This hotel offers an incredible value given that it's within a short walk from the heart of downtown Atlanta. I stayed in a room facing Courtland Street (away from the interstate highway) and thought it'd be quite, but the there was just a lot of traffic passing by even late at night. It's tough to sleep so earplugs are an essential item. I used public transit to get around Atlanta, and this hotel is within a reasonable walk from some of the train and bus stops. The room's AC can be loud, and the ice machine all the way in the hallway can also be heard. I also wouldn't recommend walking around in the hotel's surroundings as it gets dark because there are many interesting characters who'll make you feel uneasy and nervous for sure. The interior of my room was clean, modern and updated and the AC worked great on a hot summer August day. The bathroom was very spacious and comfortable, and the Wi-Fi connection was also fast and reliable.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller fromAlabama

Great little hotel, tucked in the downtown area!

Posted 4-Aug-2016
Pros: Location
Location: Easy walking distance of Georgia Dome, Coca Cola museum, Georgia Aquarium, Centennial Olympic Park and many restaurants.
Great location, easy to walk to major attractions in downtown Atlanta. Free parking is a rare find and a big plus for this hotel!! Check in was great, Ben at the front desk is amazing. Room was clean, bed was comfortable, linens clean, bathroom clean. There is a major highway directly behind the hotel but the traffic noise was really not an issue. For the price and location you cannot beat this Hotel! Will stay here again!!!
3out of 5
by Thomas

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 12-Jul-2016 on Hotels
4out of 5
by A verified traveller fromLouisiana

Good location, free parking.

Posted 9-Jul-2016
This hotel met our needs for the night. The price was good, we didn't have to pay for parking and were able to walk to downtown. The room was small but clean and the beds were good.