Immense and coolly contemporary, the building seems to go up forever as you stand under the lobby's huge fabric sculpture, which hangs from the skylighted roof 47 stories above. Guest rooms open onto this atrium. Fresh flowers fill the major suites: one has a baby grand piano and another comes with a pool table. You don't even have to walk outside to reach the Peachtree Center MARTA station; it's connected via an indoor walkway.
Sep 13, 2012
This is not a hotel that I would choose for an anniversary celebration, but it works well as a conference hotel. The elevators are plenty and quick. Meeting rooms are laid out logically. There is an inexpensive food court across the street. There is a covered overhead walkway to get to the food court and Marta. My pet peeves: Internet is not free- even for Marriott rewards members. The tap water tastes like metal. (Bring bottled.)
Sep 10, 2012
I stay at this property annually for a convention. The rooms are well kept, clean and wonderfully decorated. The only downside is they are a bit small. The hotel is a work of art. I really appreciated this fact during my last visit when I stayed in a suite on the 46th floor. Looking down is one of the most impressive sights! The VIP Lounge for the suites is outstanding! I would highly recommend this hotel for a business trip.