Looking for cheap hotels in Atlanta? The city offers a wide range of accommodation, ranging from five-star luxury to far less salubrious establishments.
But be careful: there is a fine line between “cheap” and “rat-infested”. So use my knowledge of the best cheap hotels in Atlanta, Georgia, to help you in your search.
As you’ll no doubt know, Atlanta is the capital and most populous city in the state of Georgia. There are something like 541,000 permanent residents, plus world headquarters of multinational corporations such as a famous soda manufacturer, Delta Airlines, AT&T Mobility, Georgia-Pacific, CNN, and Turner Broadcasting.
You might be surprised to learn that. Atlanta generates more than two-thirds of the Georgian economy and, measured purely in passenger numbers. Atlanta’s airport is the planet’s busiest.
You’d expect the hotels in Atlanta to make a killing and so finding good cheap hotels is not always easy. No problem: here are my four best recommended cheap hotels in Atlanta, Georgia:
Motel 6 Atlanta Airport South
2471 Old National Parkway, College Park, Atlanta GA 30349
A member of the ever-reliable basic but good Motel 6 chain. The Atlanta branch comes with landscaped gardens, modern styling and neat contemporary decor.
It’s 14 miles from the centre of Atlanta, three miles from the airport. Basic accommodation that’s well maintained and clean. Around $44 per night per room.
La Quinta Inn Atlanta Lenox Buckhead
535 Chantilly Drive NE, Atlanta, GA 30324
La Quinta Inn Atlanta Lenox Buckhead is close to all of Atlanta’s attractions. Including World of C*ca Cola, Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, and CNN tours.
Aside from bargain rates, the La Quinta possesses almost everything you need. For a comfortable stay, including guest laundry and A-C. All rooms come with free high-speed wi-fi, 25-inch cable TVs, coffee-makers, and hair-dryers.
The Highland Inn, Atlanta
644 N Highland Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
Built-in 1927, the Highland Inn has 100 rooms spread over two floors and great heritage decoration. Fans of 1930s paintings will love it! Ideally located between Virginia Highlands and Little Five Points in the adorable Poncey Highlands (Atlanta). Close to every amenity.
Park your car and walk to local restaurants, boutiques, parks and bars. A two-block stroll south of the hotel’s impressive white columns delivers you to the Jimmy Carter Presidential Center and Library. Lodgings range from standard size (small) rooms to efficiencies and queen suites, all at very affordable rates.
Hampton Inn Atlanta Northlake
3400 Northlake Parkway NE, Atlanta, GA 30345
Microwave, coffee maker, hair-dryer, iron and board. Complimentary items include on-the-house hot breakfast, daily USA Today paper, high-speed wi-fi. There’s also a fitness centre, a twenty-four-hour shop and laundry. Give it a try.
Those are four of the best cheap hotels I’ve found in Atlanta, Georgia. Give them a try. I hope you have a great stay.