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Having stayed for two weeks at a chain hotel bounded by I 95 on one side and railroad tracks on another, I can tell you (after 2 weeks here) that Peachtree is quieter by far. No pool and few distractions, but relatively quiet, peaceful (on...More
Very nice and clean rooms, but the lady that works the front desk, needs to learn how to be a people person, very rude and unprofessional. No eye contact when speaking to you and acts as if you disturb her from what she was doing.
This is very conveniently located right next to the exit from highway. The room we stayed had two queen size beds.The room was spacious and very comfortable. We spent just one night, were very tired after a long drive, and had a sound undisturbed sleep....More
I was very pleased with our stay here. The room was clean, the beds were comfortable and the staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. We just wanted a safe, clean and decent place to crash for the evening after a long day of driving and...More
Tried to charge me $20 more than my conformation. He told me they charge a commission so he has to charge more for the rooms. When I called the booking app he kicked me out. He was very rude through the whole process. This is...More
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I strongly suspect that the ownership has some Internet-savvy family members who create false ID's and post bogus reviews. It happens all the time. The positive reviews all have the same "cadence" to their writing, as if the... More
I strongly suspect that the ownership has some Internet-savvy family members who create false ID's and post bogus reviews. It happens all the time. The positive reviews all have the same "cadence" to their writing, as if the writers all originated from the same place. Perhaps they're just all from the same region, and they have a network of folks who help each other's businesses out by writing false positive reviews. It's too bad that Tripadvisor doesn't actually send people to the hotels to verify the veracity of these statements.