a traveler from Travelocity.com
on April 26, 2012
I stayed at the Sheraton while attending a conference at the Cobb Galleria. It's just across the street from the Cobb with a pedestrian walkway over the 8 lanes of Cobb Pkwy (there's no street crosswalk and no sidewalks.# There's a mall across the other street, so everything was pretty convenient. HOWEVER, gyrations to get to the overhead walkway were....INTERESTING. The Sheraton is built on a hill, so in order to get from the hotel to the Cobb one must take the elevator to the lobby, exit the building, take the parking garage elevator up to 9, go up a short flight of stairs to the roof, cross the street, then a few dozen yards to the crossover. Then after you cross you have several flights of stairs #one of them very steep) to get to the entrance of the Cobb. Whew! This is not a good for people that have any difficulty walking, or if you plan to carry a bunch of stuff. Other than that, the staff was really nice and even with 225 high school kids staying there for a competition, it was very quiet. I would plan on staying there again as long as I packed my track shoes and was travelling light.
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