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Cheap places to stay in Atlanta

I'll be in Atlanta for just a few days next year--does anyone know some good CHEAP options for hotels? I never spend much time in them so I don't want to pay a lot. Thanks!

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  • rich s.

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    Where in Atlanta? Its a really big city and is spread out over a good bit of space. · (1 likelikes)

 

					
					
					
				

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  • Lance Wiedower

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    I've been to Atlanta several times. My most recent trip this year I found a great option on Airbnb, but it was booked. So I went to my standby for every trip: Priceline. I don't know why but I've found Priceline to be a great option for naming a decent price and getting a high quality hotel. We usually get a really nice hotel for around $60 a night plus parking fees. We've stayed in Buckhead and Downtown Atlanta. Buckhead has lots of shopping and restaurants, but I enjoy East Atlanta a lot, specifically the Five Points area. Downtown is only about a five-minute drive from the cool East Atlanta and Midtown Atlanta neighborhoods.

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      Thank you, Lance! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Steve Mason

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    Anywhere downtown is expensive, although try travelzoo for specials. Outlying chains shave off a lot of cash. If u r there for just a few days without a car stay along the MARTA line, eg Buckhead or Downtown Atlanta. Cheaper hotels can shunt you to the MARTA line, but that is a pain. If driving, be careful! Especially on the interstates thru town.

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      This is great, Steve, thanks! · (0 likelikes)

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    A cheap option to stay in Downtown is Motel 6 Atlanta Downtown. I went there this summer, booked 1 week prior to my arrival and I paid something like 50-60$ a night.

    I thought it was great to find a motel that's in heart of downtown, next to the Marriott.

    It's a quick walk from all downtown attractions and not too far from Midtown.

    Again it's a motel so it all depends on what kind of accomodation you'd like.

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      Thank you, Clement! · (0 likelikes)

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    The Garden Plaza Atlanta / Norcross is clean and decently priced. The Savannah Suites on Pine st is another cool budget spot. For a little more money, I'd stay at the The Highland Inn. Small place that feels more like an apartment building has a southern feel to it.

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    Depends where you're staying/which city- area & what you plan to do in atl. But try Hotwire.com or hotels.com for cheaper last minute hotel rates. Just don't stay in areas like college park etc. Not safe!

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