Atlanta >Lodging > Highland Inn
644 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030633.772120 -84.352586
Neighborhoods: Eastside, Poncey Highlands, Eastside
Great Hotel BUT..... – It's a great hotel but if any of you are looking to save some $$ then book it at referer.us/8/GoodHotelDeals They usually have some pretty good deals on there!
If it weren't for certain staff members... – The place would be great but they have some prima donna from Louisiana working there who thinks she owns the place! She is so rude and nasty to patrons. If they could only send her to anger management it would be awesome. And someone should let her know that she is NOT God's gift to the universe! There are much better looking young ladies out there!
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Rude and not so pleasant – You can get a room at say....The Georgian Terrace Hotel at the same or better price! And the rooms there are MUCH better and BIGGER and CLEANER!
Also the staff at the more affluent hotels are much more friendlier! Most of the front desk people here are living in some sort of delusions of grandeur, thinking that their hotel is somehow exclusive! No one told us what time check out was, so we assumed it was 12pm, NOT! We received a rather snide and sardonic call about 11:10 am saying, "check out is at 11 am!" (with a recognizable 'duhhhh' on the end of the sentence! lol) SAVE YOUR MONEY FOR A MORE RESPECTABLE PLACE! The rooms are not cheap anymore, they start at around $100.00 per night (with tax)!
Rude front desk service – The front desk clerk was very rude to me when I told him I think I left my glasses at the lounge located on the basement floor of the Highland Inn.
Great if you like unique places – My husband and I have decided that we like chain hotels, so read this review with that in mind. The Highland Inn was quaint and very clean. It has small rooms that are very old but if you are looking for unique, you will love it. The lobby is small and VERY hot. They have wireless internet but you have to sit in the hot lobby to use it. We probably wouldn't stay there again, but I know there are a lot of people out there who would love it.
What A Difference 2 Years Must Make! – I read the old reviews but they were 2 years old and not kind. A friend of mine suggested that I stayed there b/c its in a good spot. They assured me that it is completely different now and they are new people over that are fixing the place up.
We had a blast! What a fantastic neighborhood. We walked to a truckload of shops and bar hopped all weekend long. As a budget Inn, this is the best one I have ever been at.
The Inn is crawling with charm and personality. Our room was small but we expected that because we noticed the pictures on their website. The best part was this cool picture in the room with an advertisement of a Bettie Davis movie but it was all in French-how hot is that?
I love this place! The staff was friendly and the area rocked!
A high-priced location at bargain rates. – The Scene
Originally known as the Wynne Hotel & Tea Room, this inn was built in 1927 by the same man responsible for the upscale The King & Prince Hotel in St. Simon's. Following a complete remodel in 1996, it was a popular venue during the Olympics. Its clientele is heavy with repeat visitors.
Uniquely decorated rooms include personalized touches such as delicately scented toiletries made in the north Georgia mountains. The eclectic Virginia-Highland area surrounds this lodging with lots of restaurants, cafes, antique stores and art galleries. A leisurely walk through the neighborhood offers pretty views of Craftsman-style architecture and gardens. This location appeals to artsy types and business travelers avoiding a generic downtown hotel experience.
Great Value – The Highland Inn isn't the most luxurious hotel in town, but it's cheap, clean and one of the few hotels in this city located in a walkable neighborhood. I stayed here for a few days before moving to Atlanta and loved being able to walk to all the nearby restaurants and bars. If you're in town for business and need a fast Ethernet connection, find another hotel. But if you're budget conscious and sick of chain hotels, check this place out.
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