I was looking forward to my mini vacation. Heard great things from family whose stayed here. Upon arrival I discover they no longer offer free breakfasts. Then I entered my room. The room was awesome. Perfect view. A loft (though the ladder was crazy steep) the stinch was overwhelming. Smelled like bad Bo. Within an hour my poor mom had a headache and burning eyes. When we told the front desk they said they'd "make a note". No apology or seeing if we wanted a new room. Then came the discovery of a gross very dirty pillow case. It was covered, in what looked like, chocolate ice cream. Then on to the bathroom. 1/2 roll of toilet paper for 3 women. I'm sorry, but if you are preparing a room for new guests shouldn't you just think of leaving an extra roll? So we called and were told we had to come get it. Um...isn't that the job of the hotel? Then the walls are super thin because we all got to enjoy our neighbors being very kinky. Just what we wanted to hear. Gross! Then today we came back to find our room "clean" but still NO new tp or shampoo. We had to call and ask it to be brought up. Then we find a huge cockroach. So...needless to say everything has been bad.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- High in the North Georgia Mountains is Amicalola Falls State Park home of Amicalola Falls Lodge. Named after the Cherokee word for “tumbling waters” Amicalola Falls is one of the most popular state parks in Georgia. The park’s namesake is the 729-foot falls: the highest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi River. The park is also the start of the 8-mile approach trail to Springer Mountain, the southern end of the 2,150-mile Appalachian Trail. The Lodge was built in 1990 by the State of Georgia, with 56 guestrooms in the main lodge and 14 cabins along with a gift shop, meeting space and a mountain view restaurant. The lodge rooms vary from standard hotel rooms with 2 double beds, loft suites that can sleep 6, to king bed suites with private balconies. The Lodge also is home to The Maple Restaurant that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. The Lodge rests on 829 acres with on-site activities that include stream or pond fishing, as well as more than twelve miles of hiking trails, several centering on viewing the spectacular 729-foot waterfall. Amicalola Falls Lodge features more than 4,000 square feet of meeting space that can host groups and social events consisting of up to 150 people in traditional meeting spaces as well as a unique outdoor veranda setting. The Lodge’s spectacular view, peaceful setting, and exceptional service make it a destination not to be missed while in the North Georgia Mountains. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Amicalola Falls State Park And Lodge
- Amicalola Falls State Park Hotel Dawsonville