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The full-sized free breakfast is a great way to start the day after you spent the whole night playing video games instead of doing work. If you do feel like doing work, there is a nice desk and computer access in the rooms. There is also a business center that is free to use. The rooms are divided into two sections so you don't feel cramped in all day working. The rooms have two phone lines, two phones, voicemail, and computer data ports. There is also a valet laundry service on site.
From journal Georgia, my home state
May 23, 2003
The hotel is a modern looking building, which we found quite easily by car. They have a car park at the rear, but I would recommend valet parking as it makes life so much easier.
Inside the hotel there is a large lobby with a reception desk. There is a large, ornate atrium to which all the rooms open out onto. If you are lucky as we were you will get a room looking out onto Centennial Park (where the Olympics of 96 was opened – and the bomb went off). If you don’t get one of these rooms it is worth asking for one.
Because the hotel is an all-suite hotel, you get a living area with sofa, TV, desk and a separate bedroom with another TV and storage. There is a full bathroom and a kitchenette area with fridge, coffeemaker and microwave oven. The furnishing was nice and bright and we found the service to be good. Included in your room charge is a buffet breakfast. They have lots to choose from, including eggs, bacon, sausage, toast, fruit etc as well as drinks. Eat as much as you want. You will also get a newspaper on weekdays.
The location as mentioned before is ideal. You can easily walk into the heart of the city with its restaurants, shopping and attractions within minutes. If you want to go further, you can catch underground trains, buses, etc. nearby.
From journal Atlanta on the Fourth of July