As usual our experience was primarily positive. I am concerned that the cost has increased significantly in the recent past. I have never had to pay so much for a place to sleep. (approximately $169. Drury Inns previously did not charge for dogs and now there is a charge. Admitting dogs at no additional cost was a major attraction in the past.
Also I just learned that Drury Inns no longer make USA Today available.
Either we are going to shop for a better price or we will reduce the stops on our annual commute to Florida
Traveller from Michigan
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The staff was friendly, the location is great and nearby all kinds of stores and restaurants. The elevator squeaks and could use an update. My room was fairly clean except the curtains were very dusty. The bathroom was clean, but smelled moldy. Refrigerator would have been a plus. The restaurant "Elements" within the hotel was surprisingly good.
We were traveling from Florida to Illinois. this was a one night stopover. We wanted something inexpensive, near the interstate, clean, etc. for just one night. This fit the bill. Everything worked out great. If there was one negative it is the fact that there is only one restaurant close by. A few more eating choices would be nice.
This hotel was quite nice. I chose it because of its vicinity to the city and the availability of free parking and free WiFi, which are rare in the area. Upon arrival the hotel staff was acceptable and I got my key very quickly without incident despite being around 3 hours later than expected. I took the elevator up to my room, which was a surprisingly jarring ride. I'm not sure if building codes are just different in the area, but the elevator moved very quickly and came to a stop very suddenly. My room was down a somewhat long hallway, but not incredibly far from the elevator.
The living room area was very cute and had a TV, a very large couch, and a relatively large mini fridge. The bedroom area was separated via sliding doors and sported 2 queen sized beds, a television, an iPod dock, a fully length mirror, and a vanity area. The abundance of mirrors in the room was awesome. The beds were very comfortable and connecting to the WiFi was easy. It wasn't lightning fast but the speed was good for hotel WiFi. We chose to order food, but the hotel has a lot of close options for both eating in and ordering in. The bathroom was average sized but the amenities were clean and functioned properly.
My biggest complaint about the hotel would probably be that it was very warm out but the pool was still closed and relatively unkempt, which was unpleasant since the living room window looked out over it.
room was ok. the front desk girl seem like mad at all time( check in and ask for extra pillow). a bed lamp wasnt working but overall it worth the money that i pay. I got 2 full bed suite with full size sofa bed with kitchen . it is fit perfectly for 4 adult and 1 child.
This is the second time I have stayed here. It has changed hands since the first time (6 months ago) and I think things have improved a little.
If you are looking for 4 star then this place isn't for you!
If you are just looking for somewhere to lay your head and spend your time elsewhere through the day then this place is fine.
Although it has a microwave, fridge-freezer and 2 hobs there are no pots,plates,cutlery or any other necessities provided.
Walmart is fairly close by but it can end up expensive to buy the lot!.
The staff are friendly and helpful.
There are a lot of families who are "between houses" that live in the suites so there can be times where there are kids hanging around corridors and stair wells. I found everyone to be polite and friendly.
I asked for blankets as only one sheet and bedcover provided for each bed and being winter it was cold at night.
They could only find one rather "moth eaten" offering.
Thank you Wallmart (again)!
I think that they have forgotten that they also accept shorth term visitors who don't come with their own pots and pans!!they could perhaps keep a box with 2 pots, 2 plates/bowls, 2 cups/glasses, cutlery. Tin opener etc (even with a deposit for its safe return after stay) for short term visitors( those on vacation).
I will probably use the suites again as it is close to where I want to be visiting.
Hopefully the new owners will improve things further over the next few months.
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.