Loved the lobby, loved the elevators, especially how there's so many, room was nice and clean, not too spacious though, don't have complementary water, have to pay $6 for a bottle at the "marketplace" in the lobby, which kinda sucked. Nice pool area, looks pretty at night, the only thing I hated was the parking, I had to pay $22 for parking in the garage and circled around for 30 minutes until I finally squeezed into a tiny spot, plus there were huge puddle everywhere and overall the garage experience was not pleasant. But the hotel is great would definitely recommend.
This hotel is absolutely fabulous! I booked a one bedroom suite and was elated to walk into what looked like a full blown condo with a fill kitchen, full living room, a beautiful bedroom, an elaborate bathroom all with a breathtaking view of Atlanta! The staff was wonderful from checking in, valet, and checking out! By far best hotel we have ever stayed in!
Traveller from Chattanooga TN
TWELVE Hotel & Residences Centennial Park is a premier all-suite boutique hotel that offers guests the experience of living …More
The hotel is currently under construction. We stayed in room 490 which was on the side where the construction was taking place. The workers were loud, playing, and of course the construction noise. Other than that 1 issue, the stay was great.
The carpets in the hall ways definitely need to be changed out, looks like they were in a service station and no one wiped the grease off their boots. Had a face cloth the first night, but none for the next day.
A great hotel for the money very close to the Marta (Peachtree Centre), the Aquarium, and downtown eateries. The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful. Check-in and out was very smooth. Although I didn't use it, there is a very reasonably priced breakfast area, a bar, with a free pool table and other games. The bar was quite busy at night and seemed noisy. However, the soundproofing in the room was excellent. Rooms are reasonably large, with a large TV, and free wifi is available throughout the hotel. Perfect for a base in the city.
There were a few minor maintenance issues with my rooms: loose towel rack, sticking door, non-functioning remote for the TV (batteries were removed... when they replaced them it still didn't work.) But the staff was excellent otherwise.
I stayed at the Hyatt Place for five nights when in Atlanta for a conference. I booked there (through Expedia.com) rather than at the conference hotels because it was less expensive and offered free wi-fi and breakfast, and was not disappointed. The hotel is located just a few blocks from the Peachtree Center train station, so it was easy to get to from the airport. It is right near the large hotels that the conference was held at. The single room I was in was huge, and had a microwave, fridge, coffee maker, safe and iron, plus a great king-sized bed. The hotel offers a free shuttle service in the downtown area, great for shopping and seeing the sights. The staff was friendly and helpful, breakfast was good - in all, a great value for my money.
The CNN Center and Centennial Olympic Park are the centerpieces of downtown Atlanta. The Georgia World Congress Center, America’s fourth largest convention center, borders the park. Next door, the Georgia Dome is home of the NFL’s Falcons. At Pemberton Place, the World of Coca-Cola allows for a close study of pop culture. Also downtown are the MLB Braves’ Turner Field and the Georgia Aquarium.