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© 1996 - 2012 Marriott International, Inc.All rights reserved.From the airport, travel north on Interstate 75/85 to exit 248C for Andrew Young International Boulevard.Turn left onto the boulevard then right onto Peachtree Center Avenue.The hotel is two blocks on the right // Traveling south on Interstate 75/85, take exit 249A for Courtland Street.

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Proceed to the third traffic light and turn right onto Andrew Young International Boulevard.Continue one block to Peachtree Center Avenue and turn right.The hotel is two blocks on the right.This hotel does not provide shuttle service.Valet hourly rates up to 6 hours, then daily rate applies.$36/day for oversized vehicles (No Buses / Rv's / Dualies).© 1996 - 2012 Marriott International, Inc.All rights reserved.

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inmate search© 1996 - 2012 Marriott International, Inc.All rights reserved.“Nice hotel with good people running it.” Spent the last four days in the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta.An architectural marvel.With great people running and managing multiple conventions and meetings.I was pleased with all the services EXCEPT the WiFi arrangement.If you did not pay the daily $15 for their WiFi service, the room that you were occupying in the conference center was blocked from...
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More Was this review helpful?Yes We stayed at the Marriott Marquis for the last night of our holiday in the USA.
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The location was great and we explored Atlanta on foot and had plenty of restaurants to chose from within walking distance.
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The room was a good size although I agree with other reviewers that the bathroom is rather small.
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Yes The hotel is beautifully designed by a wonderful architect.The movement of the design is breathtaking.GDC neopets premade guild layouts.
We were put on a very high floor.The glass elevator gave great views.
The view from our room was spectacular.We were upgraded to a suite.
The only weird thing is we had a Murphy bed, a small bed that came out of...
More Was this review helpful?Yes Doesn't get better!....
Great food...rooms and location.Easy to get peachtree street.Concierge lounge is one of best I have ever seen.
Great breakfast and hot meals at night.More Was this review helpful?Yes I have stayed at the Marriott Marquis in downtown Atlanta several times.
The main reason I like to stay at this hotel is the location.
It is close to the Peachtree Center food court and shopping area.
It is situated near a number of other hotels and restaurants, so the area feels like a center of activity.
As a woman...More Was this review helpful?Yes I stayed here for two nights for a meeting taking place at the hotel which is the only reason to stay here.
The hotel is very large but very nondescript when you get above the lobby level.
The rooms are on the small side with the usual Marriott furniture.
Most annoying is that they charge $14.95 daily for internet service....
More Was this review helpful?Yes I have walked through this property many times and been impressed.
Now that I have stayed there, I am not so impressed.The public areas are nicer than the room I had, which was small.
The size, however, was not the problem.This room was simply not in good repair and was not clean.
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Yes “Nice hotel but small bathrooms!” My husband had a convention at this hotel last week and I came along to take advantage of a reimbursed hotel room!
It was an enjoyable place to stay however, I think the bathrooms are some of the smallest I've seen in a comparable hotel.
The door just barely cleared the toilet and there was mimimal counter space.
Other than...More Was this review helpful?Yes Stayed here for a convention in the area.
The hotel is very nice but I think it's over priced for what you get.The elavators are fast and even though the hotel has 50+ floors you never wait long.
The beds are standard and so is the room, nothing fancy.
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Yes This was a comfortable hotel for business with plenty to do on the property.
Lots of places to eat onsite as well as a great bar in the middle with a large screen TV.
Starbucks on site and plenty of staff and elevators that are fast.
The rooms face into the lobby so the noise level is up there a...
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The atrium spans the entire height of the building and consists of two vertical chambers divided by elevator shafts and bridges.
The record was later broken by the Burj Al-Arab in Dubai.The 42nd floor features a concierge lounge that is only open to guests staying on the 42nd to 47th floors.
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"Plus, there are skywalks from the hotel to MARTA." In 13 reviews "Pool is both indoor and outdoor.
" In 5 reviews "I had a great view from the 3rd floor.
" In 3 reviews I'm writing this review not as an overnight hotel guest, but as a frequent conference, banquet, and awards night attendee.
In this capacity, I can say the Marriott Marquis would be my venue of choice in the downtown area for major dinner events.
This would not have been the case five years ago, but a major remodel of their event space and their menu offerings makes this the place I get most excited about coming to when I see their name on an invitation.
First, my insider tip.If you are attending an event here, skip the onsite parking, which is almost always ridiculously overpriced, and frequently fills up if your event is over 500 people.
Instead, park at the garage at the intersection of Andrew Young and Peachtree Center.
It's only $5 on the weekends, and you'll skip the crowds waiting for valet at the Marriott, both coming and going.
For events themselves, I've never seen or heard a hitch with the A/V or staging.
Tables and centerpieces are always immaculate, and I love the modern and clean floral looks they've been featuring lately.
The one downside to your meal will probably be the service.
You'll have to ask for water refills and to get any coffee at all.But the food here is fantastic for hotel banquet food.
If you attend enough banquets, you get used to the standard baked chicken+starch+green vegetable, and if you're lucky, a preplated dessert that features chocolate and at least a hint of romaine in the preplated, limp salad.
Not the case at this Marriott!The last event I attended here was for a black tie function with over 500 attendees, and we feasted on filet (slightly overcooked for my taste, but to be expected), roasted vegetables (asparagus still had some snap, woohoo!
), and a creamy risotto (risotto?on a preplated dinner?oh yeah).
The salad was all dark greens and had a lovely vinegarette.But the dessert was what really took my by surprise: a buttery sweet pastry basket half dipped in melted chocolate filled with a crem brulee eme type filling (with flecks of real vanilla!
) topped with fresh whipped cream and berries.I'm morally opposed to mushy/custards desserts, so this would usually be the type of thing I skip, but I'm so glad I didn't.
This dessert was amazing!So much so, that I noticed all of the folks at my table scraping their plates to get every last bit.
I was impressed.I've been to several hotels lately for conferences/dinners.
This was by far the best.Well organized and friendly staff - saw plenty of smiles and positive attitude.
The food was good from breakfast, to sandwiches, to appetizers and dinner.
Nothing that would make me fore go a five star restaurant, but nothing that would make me crave McD's either!
The rooms were what i expect for Marriott - clean with a comfortable bed.
I'd recommend to anyone needing a hotel in downtown ATL.
We stayed here on an overnight passing through two weeks ago, and it was OK, but not really quite as positive of an experience as the other yelpers reviews I read prior to booking.
First of all, their valet parkers stink.We pulled in at 5 PM to a sign that said Garage Full, see valet for other options.
What?Luckily our package we reserved in advance included valet parking, so we pretty much got exempted from that...
but really?This hotel has 1,600 rooms - the fith largest Marriott in the franchsie.
I'm told there are always at least one or two conventions happening.The convention going on when we checked in on St.
Patricks' Day was some kind of animators group, so seriously - about 1,000 college age and slightly older people running around in full costume.
Everything from Thunder Cats to bloody surgeons to about a dozen Star Wars paratroopers.
Whatever.Check in was a little slow but allowed.The elevator banks are all grouped around the cool architectural design to keep those lines minimal.
Inconvenient at times, but probably the best way to do it.I was a little put off at check in that the clerk tried to "upgrade" us for an additional $10 to a premium room.
I picked a higher floor King with a pacakge when I reserved...so really?You're gonna try and upsell me again?
You might as well never indicate your requests for extra towels, extra pillows, etc.
on the Marriott reservation system, because it never happens.
The room was OK, the bathroom was SMALL.One of those bathrooms where you wish you could remove the bathroom door because you have to shut it to take a shower, then the bathroom gets all steamed up because the door is shut.
Things were clean enough, and the bed was comfortable enough.
This area of Atlanta has a large homeless encampment really close by if you're out after dark.
Our package also included breakfast the next morning, and the restaurant Sear was quite good and the breakfast buffet really exceptional.
Don't miss the fruit juice by the waffle station where they take the previous day's fruit and process it all into juice for the next morning (according to our waitress that's what it is, anyway).
It's really quite good where ever it came from.Checking out maneuvering down to valet parking with all the previously-costumed folks was unpleasant but not as bad as it could have been.
They have a sign in that area that says all cars are guaranteed to be brought up in 45 minutes and that they appreciate your patience.
Thank goodness it was only about 10 minutes - I guess that sign sets your expectations so you're hopefully pleasantly surprised.
We probably would not stay here again.Very nearby is the W Hotel that for basically the same price I bet has a better set of parking valets and a bathroom where I can turn around and not hit myself in the behind.
Plus, the freaking Marriott chain still charges for internet.That's enough reason to switch on its own, too.
Beautiful hotel and exceptional service.A little pricey though.
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You know.One of those places where everyone gets a tip...Strangely, it's also a great place to work out.
Climb the 50+ flights of stairs then ride down to the bar :-) Pluses: a nice, clean comfortable hotel with pretty cool architecture.
Despite being a beastly 1,600+ rooms, all the stuff we encountered seem happy, plate, and accommodating.
A big plus is the lively bar on the atrium level and the fancy sports bar which serves food late (great veggie dumplings and shrimp tacos).
Convenient location with a Starbucks and market (usual hotel market fare but also has some prepared foods and the like which could save you a trip out to forage).
Not a swank W type hotel, but the place in general seems very well kept up and well cared for.
Minuses: The indoor/outdoor pool feels like it could use a renovation as it feels a little dated despite being clean.
This place is big and if you do not like heights, be sure to ask for a lower floor when you book because a ride to the 30-41st floors is quite a ride.
I went here with Lesley and another couple to a bridal expo, so I can only review the events portion of the business.
The location was fairly easy to find and the set up was average once we went inside.Their event halls were large and provided a nice setup for each of the vendors.
I liked that the events were on the lower floors so we did not have to navigate through the guest areas.
Staff was friendly and restrooms were clean.I would go back to another event here.
I stayed at the Marriott Marquis over the MLK Weekend and have to say, I was truly impressed.
The front desk staff went over and beyond the call of duty, and were extremely professional.
When I arrived, it was a bit before check-in time and at first, all they had available was a room on the 18th floor.
The front desk person (I don't remember her name) took an extra second and located a room with a king bed on the 34th floor!
Smiling ear to ear, I went to the room.The room itself is a bit small, but it's a hotel room, not an apartment.
The bed was extremely comfortable, the view magnificent, and it was very clean.
The bathroom was a bit small, but the shower was very relaxing with good water pressure and a constant temperature.
Plenty of channels on the TV to watch if you chose not to go anywhere.Speaking of.....
the hotel has its own Starbucks, a convenience store, and a full service bar, restaurant, pool and fitness center.
Needless to say, this hotel has plenty to do, eat and drink on site....
albet it is not cheap!Parking is a bit steep at (I believe) $32 per night, but you can save that money and take the MARTA - which is directly connected to the hotel.
You have to take the elevator to the Atrium level and the passageway starts near the "Loft".
It'll take you through a office tower and a mall before leading you to the train station.
This passage closes at night though, but the area directly outside of the hotel didn't seem overly dangerous.
Just use common sense as in any major city.The only reason why it is not a 5-star stay is because during the last day of my stay, the fire alarm went off in the hotel, and because the atrium is open all the way to the top of the hotel, regardless of what floor the alarm sounds, you will hear it.
There was NO announcement or direction stating whether it was a drill, a test, or a false alarm.
I found this a little strange (and a little scary), especially in a 49-story tower.
I will be back to this hotel, however.It was an excellent place.Stunning architecture makes this hotel a great destination.
I stayed for a weekend, and even on the last day found myself still admiring the design and enjoying the dizzying elevator ride down to checkout.
The pool is a great indoor/outdoor design and also included a tiny jacuzzi.The hotel was very busy, yet I never had a long wait to check in or out.
Internet was $15 for 24 hours, not to cool.Parking was an issue, the Marriott lot was full, but found cheaper parking right across the street.
Part of the fun of my stay was that "Momicon", an anime, cos-play, gaming convention was at the hotel, so i spent the weekend taking 40 floor elevator rides with superheroes, scantily clad superwomen, and more than my fair share of Furries!
Listed in: What the FUC?This place was wonderful- a breath of fresh air after changing hotels at the last minute.
The pricing was right (it was off-season/holiday, so, yay for me!
), the service was pretty good, and the room was right on-par with what you'd expect from a Marriott.
I stayed on the 35th floor and the best thing was the wall-long window that gave us a spectacular view of the just south of the city.
If you can, and can stomach VERY high places, make sure you get an upper room.(Hang on when you go up and down the elevators though - they zoom up and down, and my stomach was doing flips!
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) The 'meh' part of my overnight stay: the parking is $30!Not to mention that this place nickels and dimes you for everything, so, if you need, say, an extra fork or something, there's a room service charge, so be aware of that.The hotel itself was gorgeous, and I'd definitely stay here, especially for the price and the design.I stayed here for several days to attend a national conference and was highly impressed with the ambiance and location.Room was very comfortable even though the hotel was undergoing renovations.

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