Atlanta/Perimeter - Westin Atlanta North Perimeter 3.5*

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Atlanta/Perimeter - Westin Atlanta North Perimeter 3.5*

hackensack
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27 Nov 2001, 13:56 #1

Spent two nights here after winning it for $30 + $5 on Priceline per night.

Hotel is quite nice. Staff is most friendly. Room was standard size with those wonderful Heavenly Beds and a Heavenly Shower - first time I had seen one of those types of shower heads.

Pool is not heated though they have a spa/jacuzzi. Parking is in adjacent garage.

I would definitely stay here again especially at this rate. Was told by staff that they would not be participating in Priceline for weekday nights much anymore, but would continue to offer rooms on weekends.

Priceline now rates this hotel 4*. -Sheryl
Last edited by hackensack on 06 May 2009, 01:27, edited 1 time in total.
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06 Oct 2003, 13:59 #2

I did not stay there, but I attended 4 meetings there in 2002. I saw the rooms and thought that they were rather small.

The hotel itself is very nice, and the part of town is easy to navigate. Easy for Atlanta, that is!

I stayed at the Doubletree, which has much bigger rooms, but is not as nice a hotel. If you like a plush hotel, then stay at the Westin. If you prefer a suite, althought not quite as nice, the Doubletree is better.
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26 Oct 2004, 20:38 #3

I stayed here 10/22/04 through 10/24/04. It is a very nice hotel. I agree with the previous posters that the rooms are not large, but they are comfortable. My room had a king bed, a comfortable chair, and a work desk with an office type chair. Parking is free, but valet parking is available. The hotel is very conveniently located to I-285 and GA 400. Lots of shopping and restaurants nearby.
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27 Mar 2007, 21:37 #4

Stayed here for one night on 3/16/07. Prior to our stay, I called ahead and mentioned we were celebrating our anniversary and requested a higher up room with a view (non-smoking, king were already noted). Upon check-in, we received a room on the 16th floor overlooking the lake and the surrounding Perimeter area (i.e. not facing I-285 or GA-400). While the room was small, it was fine. It reminded us of the rooms at the Westin downtown in terms of layout. These obviously didn't have the rounded outside wall/windows, but did have floor-to-ceiling windows, chair and ottoman, work area w/desk and chair, TV, etc...and of course the heavenly bed. The carpet, tile, etc. looked a old and worn, but not too bad. We also received two complimentary breakfast buffet vouchers (assumedly because it was our anniversary). We used them on Saturday morning and enjoyed the food. All in all, a great deal for $59 + taxes/fees. BTW, there are lots of shops and good restaurants nearby, particularly near Perimeter mall (e.g. Cheesecake Factory, Maggiano's, Garrison's, Goldfish, etc.)...P.F. Chang's, California Pizza Kitchen, McCormick and Schmick's, Chequer's and others are nearby.
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26 Nov 2008, 16:26 #5

This hotel is now a 3 star? That's incredible!

I did stay here in early 2007 and really enjoyed the hotel. I can't imagine why Priceline would make it a 3 star.
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26 May 2009, 20:33 #6

We stayed just one night ($40) and had a nice / quiet breakfast which was served buffet style. The cost of the breakfast was $17.50 each, a bit pricey. We almost spent as much for the room. Anyway, like I said, it was a nice / quiet breakfast. The Westin is a 3.5 star hotel now on Priceline.
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