If you don't travel much then I suppose I can understand why you might think this hotel is not bad. For those of us who do travel often (especially within the Hilton family) this Hampton is one of the worst (out of upwards of 100 Hampton Inns I have stayed at). To start out with the corridors are external which presents safety, climate and noise issues. The condition of the room I stayed in was sub-par. Old paint, electric recepticle covers missing, not enough recepticles, unpleasant smell for a non-smoking room, and bad carpet immediately come to mind. My sinuses would immediately get inflammed and close up whenever I was in the room which is strange since that has only happened to me in a couple of hotel rooms I have been in before. When that happens it always means that there is some sort of unhealthly air present in the room. The elevator on the side where I stayed felt _very_ unsafe when it gets to the 6th floor. They also didn't slip a folio under my door on day of checkout. I also did not get my newspaper on the first morning I stayed. I was very dissapointed with this property and I don't think it is up to Hampton Inn standards. This place is only as good as the typical obscure interstate chains are. Free breakfast, shampoos and all of that are a given just about anywhere these days so those amenities really don't count. Mangement and ownership really needs to get their act together on this property. I wouldn't be suprised if Hilton pulled the franchise on this one within a couple of years unless there are some major changes made.
- Also Known As:
- Hampton Inn Atlanta Midtown Hotel Atlanta
- Atlanta Hampton Inn