After visiting the Intercontinental Hotel (great place) last weekend and staying at the Hyatt Regency Suites Atlanta Northwest in July I want to see what others think.
These places, along with some restaurants reserve the best parking spaces, closest to the hotel or restaurants for the valet parking.
At the Hyatt we had to park the third tier down (outside) and climb flights of steps to get to the hotel while the parking next to the hotel was reserved for valet parking. the Hyatt is built on a very steep hill. There was some kind of event going on at the hotel so there were many people there who were not guests. We were guests but had to park at the furthest point away from the hotel in the last available spot.
The valet parkers (Is that what you call them?) are usually athletic young men. Why can't they park further away from the hotel and let the guests have parking that is reasonably close to the hotel? It doesn't have to right next to it but within reason.