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El centro CNN y la villa olímpica Centennial son las piezas centrales del centro de Atlanta. El Centro de Congresos Mundiales de Georgia, el cuarto centro de convenciones más grande de EE.UU., limita con el parque. Al lado, el Georgia Dome alberga a los Falcons de la NFL. En Pemberton Place, el Mundo de Coca Cola permite un estudio cercano de la cultura pop. En el centro también están el Braves Turner Field y el Acuario de Georgia. (TA 8/5/2008)(c) Gullivers Travel Associates 2008
Servicios del Sheraton
Servicios del HotelServicio Maletero, Ascensor, Acceso Minusválidos, Business Center, Aire Acondicionado, Room Service, Sala de Reuniones, Servicio de despertador, Seguridad 24hs
Recreación y esparcimientoGimnasio, Piscina Descubierta
AdicionalesEstacionamiento de Autobus, Servicio de Lavandería, Estacionamiento gratuito
Condiciones de Compra del Sheraton
Horario de entrada15:00 hs
Horario de salida12:00 hs
CondicionesAlgunas restricciones aplican, ver detalle en la página de pago.
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- Puntuación general
- Muy bueno
- 10 comentarios
- Basado en los últimos 6 meses
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- Servicios 9.8
- Edificio 8.6
- Ubicación 8.2
- Limpieza 8.6
- Precio/calidad 8
Hotel de mucha excelencia.
Me alojé en este hotel coincidiendo con la realización de un congreso en los salones del propio hotel. Llegué con mi compañero muy temprano desde el aeropuerto (aprox. sobre las 9.30am) y tuvieron el estupendo detalle de permitirnos ocupar la habitación antes de la hora oficial de Check In. La habitación era una TWIN en la 10a planta, con camas tamaño Queen Size, y super cómodas. El baño era un poco pequeño (quizás único detalle mejorable del hotel, junto con el hecho de que cobren una tarifa abusiva por la conexión a internet por wifi) De cualquier modo, la ubicación para poder moverse por el centro de la ciudad lo hace un lugar muy recomendable para encuentros profesionales en el centro de la ciudad.
El hotel esta muy bien ubicado solo a dos cuadras de la calle Peachtree donde puedes encontrar algunos restaurantes conocidos como Hard Rock Cafe, Hooters, etc. La habitación y el baño son cómodos. El hotel es un hotel grande pero no necesariamente super lujoso, se podría ubicar en la categoría de "hotel de negocio". Los salones para reuniones y seminarios son muy amplios. El personal muy amable siempre dispuesto a que tengas una buena estadía. Tiene un área de piscina agradable. Dentro de lo que son las facilidades tiene un Deli y un restaurante. Si vas a Atlanta es un buen hotel a considerar para su estadía.
My business partner and I were in Atlanta for the July gift and apparel show. We stayed here to avoid the hassle of the traffic downtown and also to save some money! Everyone was very nice and helpful... Especially Dane... Loved our stay!
I was in Atlanta for the Thirty One National Conference. The city was packed with 16,000 women, the WWE was in town, and the American Idol auditions were taking place. I was so pleasantly surprised by the kindness of not only the hotel staff, but the entire city. When we first arrived at the hotel, we were greeted by Tony, head of security. He met us at a door to let us know that we had come in the wrong entrance for the hotel guests (there was also conference rooms attached). He called Jerome, Assistant Bell Captain, to come and get our bags and to show us where our room was. From that point on, Jerome was our personal bellman. He showed us to our rooms, put away our bags, passed out his card and let us know that if we needed anything at all, inside or outside of hotel, to call him. He quickly went over how we should be safe outside of the hotel and if we needed him, to just call. When we returned to our room that evening, we found a bottle of wine, 4 wine glasses and a movie ticket for a free movie in our room, all from Jerome! Every night when we returned from our conference, Jerome was by the door to greet us and make sure we had everything we need. In addition to Jerome, every person we encountered in the hotel was overly nice and welcoming! I never once experienced someone who was just so-so. I was so impressed by everyone. I would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone in the Atlanta area. Beds were comfortable, rooms were clean, bathrooms were clean, and the entire stay was pleasant.
This was my first time in Atlanta and we were very pleased with the hotel and staff. We stayed on the 3rd Floor and our balcony overlooked the pool. The pool was fantastic. Lots of lush tropical foliage, plenty of lounge chairs and iron scroll work that made it look like a courtyard in the French Quarter of New Orleans. My children were swimming in the pool at every possible opportunity. Lucky for them, it was open until 10 pm! We were in walking distance to Coca Cola World, The Aquarium and Atlanta Olympic Park. The free wi-fi in the public areas was great. Computers and printers were easily acessible for printing maps, attraction tickets and boarding passes. Beds were very comfortable. Bathrooms are very small. We took advantage of the AAA rate that included parking ($22/day) for the duration of our stay. The staff was always very attentive and friendly. A variety of dining options was available including breakfast restaurant with table service or buffet; a cafe with coffee, grab & go foods, pizza, ice cream, sandwiches, etc; and a dinner restaurant. They were all conveniently located on the 3rd floor near the computers, TV lounge, and pool access. I would definitely return if in Atlanta again.
Attending a national conference for my profession, this was the hotel in which it was held. Downsides: Downtown Atlanta -not a 'good' neighborhood, driving in Atlanta (need I say more?), poor internet connectivity, the lobby is on floor 2 which was a bit confusing, and my room ended in 98 which meant I had to go down 3 hallways from the main elevator to reach it. The upsides: I was greeted with a smile everywhere from all staff, they were genuinely interested in what I had to say and they said they loved their jobs - it showed. The guest services kept addressing me by my roommates name (she had made the reservations) but was always helpful and pleasant. The bellboys were so patient, kind, and courteous. The housekeeping staff were quiet, cleaned the rooms well, and it looked like none of my belongings had been touched but the area was cleaned (good memories!). I had valet parking and on the day of my departure I wanted to visit Piedmont Park (I recommend that, plus the cafe "The Flying Biscuit") and they allowed me to keep my car parked there "until you come back". This all fine and dandy, right? Exactly what you would expect of a hotel. This is where they went above and beyond: I had 2 pictures with me, I bring them with me whenever I go on a trip: One is a picture of my father who is deceased (and the only picture I have of him~long story) and the other is of my husband. When I packed all my things away, I forgot those pictures - they were taped to the lamp between the bed so I could say g'nite to them before I went to sleep. When I finished my visit to the park - it dawned on me that my pictures were not with me. You can only imagine the emotional turmoil this caused for me. The valet, Troy, RAN back inside and had someone check the room. No pictures. I could feel my breakdown coming. If I lost those pictures...how stupid of me, etc. The head valet said he was sorry, which set me off crying. I wrote my address and phone number on a piece of paper with "Please do not say you are sorry, it will just make me cry worse", folded it so they say my request first and hung it on my window, which was only open a bit. I had driven to Atlanta from Wisconsin, visiting family on the way there and on the way home. Driving through Atlanta gave me the chance to turn my anguish into anger which felt better :) I had gotten out of Atlanta and stopped to get gas when I received a call from the hotel, it was someone named Ezekiel (sp?) who told me they had found the pictures and would I like to come back to get them or have them mailed. They were mailed to my house. I received another phone call from Brian Mellinger about the pictures - there was a miscommunication and he was not aware of the previous call. So he wanted to make sure procedures were being followed properly and asked me to call him again the next time I stopped somewhere. I did, he had found out what had happened and stated the pictures were being sent by UPS. I want to especially thank Aaron (bellman), Adam (not sure what position, maybe valet or bellman), Ashenafi (head valet), Kyle (bellman), Johnny (head valet), and Troy (valet who had ran back inside for my pictures), Ezekiel for calling me and Brian for following up. The waiter in the restaurant, Fandango's (sp?), tall lanky man whose name is Fredrick (I think) ~ best waiter I have had in a long time, so easygoing and that smile was beautiful! Thank you thank you thank you!
The most impressive thing at the Atlanta Downtown Sheraton is really great staff -- amazingly friendly and helpful. The staff of this Sheraton are obviously well trained and well motivated. The hotel facilities are rather average, but clean, comfortable and quiet. This is not a luxury hotel, but it is fine when you are alone on a business trip. The only negative (and rather irritating) is dead slow WIFI. This is all too common in larger hotels. One wonders, in this day and age, why they do not install a far better service -- inexpensive and greatly desirable to business travelers.
The main reason for the great experience was because of the caring attitude of Corey Arnold, a bellman. His caring attitude and his way of being sure that all needs are met for you guests was astronomical. He is really an asset to your hotel and for the feeling of Southern Hospitality that should show in Atlanta. You should be very proud to have a person like Corey at the front door. He makes small problems - no problems.
This hotel did what it says on the tin. Clean, comfortable and quiet (with the exception of the bar across the road- which really wasn't a huge problem unless you are a really light sleeper). One thing I have to point out is the amazing customer service and most notably Derrick C! What a lovely man! From where to eat and even some career advice, Derrick C was a gem to me and an asset to the Sheraton! I see he is also mentioned in other reviews. I'm not surprised- he is a genuine lovely guy. If you are reading this Derrick , it's the girl from England who writes!
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