Well priced and well located, this hotel offers comfort for extended-stay visitors.
Surrounded by the interesting architecture, restaurants and retail outlets of the historic midtown area, this Residence Inn is well-positioned for not only business travelers but also leisure guests. Adjacent is the Museum of Design Atlanta, which is affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution, and across the street is the High Museum of Art. The décor is welcoming and the furnishings are all in good condition. Suites cater to guests on extended stays, and some offer fully equipped kitchens with stoves, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwashers and coffee makers. Smaller suites offer kitchenettes with two-burner cook tops, dishwashers, refrigerators, coffee makers and microwaves. A laundry is on-site. Some accommodations also have splendid views of the adjacent architecture, whirlpool tubs and cozy fireplaces. Business-oriented rooms offer two telephones, voice mail, data ports and work desks with ergonomic chairs. Those on long-term visits appreciate the evening hospitality hour, serving complimentary wine, beer and snacks. On some evenings, the salads or tacos offered here would make a meal. In summer, weekly barbecues are provided. Pets are welcome, but require a $100 non-refundable deposit. With the proximity of several major Atlanta churches, the hotel also is convenient for wedding parties.