We stayed here the night before we flew out of Atlanta. The hotel staff was very friendly and accommodating to all of our needs. There was free breakfast in the morning and a very pleasant surprise dinner! That was very welcome since we were too tired to head out to find dinner. They also offered 3 FREE drinks with your dinner. It was awesome! I would definitely stay at a Drury Inn again!
The Extras Arent Extra at Drury Hotels.Your great rate includes FREE hot food and cold beverages at our 5.30 Kickback/ FREE …More
We stayed for 2 weeks (2015).
Room was reasonably clean and although the website states kitchen has equipment we only found 1 mug.(staff said "we do not supply any"
We had to take a trip to Walmart for a pot,frying pan,cups and cutlery.
We had clean sheets only once during our stay and had to take out our own trash. I didn't really mind there was a laundry within the hotel so I just washed them while I did my other washing.
Staff were friendly and polite.
There were a few "visitors" (counted 22) in our room during our stay but once we had a can of bug spray they were easily dispatched.
Would come back as it was close to where we wanted to be and the positives outweighed the negatives overall.
Check in and check out were quick and easy, room was clean, beds were super comfy! The staff was extremely friendly! Pool area was beautiful! We didn't get a chance to eat there or hang out at the fire pit like we had hoped but both areas liked nice! Would definitely recommend and use again!
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.