Holiday Inn Atlanta Downtown - Centennial Park
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Situated in the heart of the city, the Holiday Inn Atlanta Downtown – Centennial Park hotel offers a superb location for exploring this beautiful tourist hotspot. Stroll through downtown Atlanta and visit the impressive Centennial Olympic Park, the vast World of Coca-Cola and the palatial Philips Arena. Guests can also enjoy a trip the Georgia Aquarium: the world’s largest aquarium.
The Holiday Inn Atlanta Downtown – Centennial Park hotel offers a wide range of spacious and contemporary rooms, including a range of additional facilities to make your stay a special one. All guests can enjoy a cable/satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities, a microwave, a mini fridge and air-conditioning during their stay.
Reenergise at the hotel’s gym and swimming pool before enjoying a delicious meal and drink at the trendy Seasons Bar and Grill. The hotel also has a Green Beanery Coffee Shop, perfect for socialising with friends.
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 561 reviews
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Stay Date: 09/2016, poochcat2016 wrote this review.
Even though there is construction going on , our room was vey quiet. The staff is wonderful . Southern Hospitality at it's best. We were never bothered by noise. Looking forward to returning after the construction is complete. Thanks for providing … See more
Even though there is construction going on , our room was vey quiet. The staff is wonderful . Southern Hospitality at it's best. We were never bothered by noise. Looking forward to returning after the construction is complete. Thanks for providing parking! again your staff made our stay perfect. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, partainm wrote this review.
The website now shows reasonably accurate pictures of the rooms, but you'll notice there isn't really any picture of their lobby, or of the exterior of the building (at least, they were absent or hard to find at the time I wrote this review). Severa… See more
The website now shows reasonably accurate pictures of the rooms, but you'll notice there isn't really any picture of their lobby, or of the exterior of the building (at least, they were absent or hard to find at the time I wrote this review). Several months ago, when I booked my reservation there, the website had a few very good pictures of what I guess was the state of the hotel at that time. Only rooms are pictured now on their website because, for the time being, there is not much of a lobby, the entry is very basic and covered in scaffolding, and the lounge area is outdoors among the scaffolding and kind of depressing (as is the pool. I'm putting "not sure" for the "Does this hotel have an outdoor pool". Technically, the answer is "yes", but only in the same vein as "technically, they have a lobby"). My room's furniture was a little water damaged and delaminating at the bottom. One of the electrical outlets was uncovered (I didn't dare mess with what was plugged into it). However - other than that, it seemed a decent room. To their credit, housekeeping did a very good job with what they had. These things are all understandable (except the electrical outlet...please fix that...). We all have to renovate. But what disappoints me is they never reached out to me and said, "Hey - we billed this in the $140's per night, but we're undergoing renovations. We can either put you in a different hotel that's actually worth that price, or we can reduce your bill to something well under $100 per night." If they had been up-front about the renovations and advertised at a price commensurate with that (as a budget hotel), I'd have probably stayed somewhere else. But I also wouldn't have given them a review titled "Disappointing", and I would have looked forward to staying there after their renovations are complete. I'm really glad that the conference I went there for was at least good enough to offset the hotel experience. I don't want to be mean, but the only reasons I'm not giving them zero stars are 1) it's actually impossible to leave a zero-star review, and 2) in all fairness, the housekeeping staff do a good job. Collapse
This place has no business taking money from people
Stay Date: 09/2016, Brian S wrote this review.
It is without question that this place should be shut down and not allowed to take money from customers during this total reconstruction of the facility. I booked this work trip in May 2016 when it was a Holiday Inn. What a mess. Everything is boar… See more
It is without question that this place should be shut down and not allowed to take money from customers during this total reconstruction of the facility. I booked this work trip in May 2016 when it was a Holiday Inn. What a mess. Everything is boarded up. Stair well emergency exits are closed. Makeshift lobby with an air conditioner and duct work sitting in the middle of the floor. The breakfast area is outside under a tent. Cock roaches everywhere in the tent area. Pool is closed. Refrigerator didn't work. Coffee packets and cups, but not a coffee maker to be found anywhere in the room. Construction noise. I could go on and on. I'll post some pics. Bottom line is this is almost criminal to remain open and take people's money when they know that all the other hotels are booked and there is no where else to go. We were lucky and found that a nearby hotel had some cancellations and moved after 2 nights in this dump. Location is the only thing good about this hotel right now. Centennial Park and the Conference center are nearby within short walking distance. Collapse
Hotel is very basic. Don't pay a lot.
Stay Date: 09/2016, Veronica A wrote this review.
I was here for Dragon Con 2016 (Labor Day Weekend) and knew ahead of time that there would be construction. I got a great deal through a third party website of $90 a night. If I would have spent much more and I would have a different opinion of my of… See more
I was here for Dragon Con 2016 (Labor Day Weekend) and knew ahead of time that there would be construction. I got a great deal through a third party website of $90 a night. If I would have spent much more and I would have a different opinion of my of stay. I was told the construction would only be Friday and not over the holiday weekend which was true. Over all the staff was friendly and helpful. The woman who checked us in was a bit condescending about this and that extra charge of we used the towels to remove makeup or other valise things not said to other no Dragon Con guest. Other then that everyone was pleasant. The room was clean enough for what we paid and had everything you need. The major complaint I have are the pillows. I understand that the hotel is changing hands and will only be The Inn at Centennial Park for a few months but they were literally the worst pillows I have every slept on in my life. Management needs to fix this. They have lumps in them and it was everyone single one. We have four originally and request two new ones that were the same. I recommend anyone coming to this hotel to bring your own pillows! After the first night we borrowed some from a friend staying in the Sheraton a few blocks away. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2016, hap0005 wrote this review.
On the website, it states the hotel is independently operating while waiting for the switch to management under Marriot. However, nowhere on "The Inn at Centennial Park" nor on the Trip Advisor site is there anything listed about the construction the… See more
On the website, it states the hotel is independently operating while waiting for the switch to management under Marriot. However, nowhere on "The Inn at Centennial Park" nor on the Trip Advisor site is there anything listed about the construction the hotel is under. There is no hotel lobby, no kitchen, no front to the hotel. Staying in Atlanta, I expected to be able to walk downstairs for breakfast, lunch, or dinner but was unable to because I was not informed of literally everything a guest expects out of most hotels being closed for business. I was able to buy a water for $2 out of a refrigerator downstairs. Other than that, those are the only refreshment services provided by the hotel. I would not have booked if I had known the kitchen and lobby were completely closed and under current construction.The only helpful staff currently working are the people directly behind the front desk. The valet was rude and so were all cleaning staff. This is a major thumbs down for TripAdvisor as well as The Inn for customer service and relaying all current information about a hotel. Collapse
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