Georgia on My Mind: Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport
Pasco, WA (PSC) to Salt Lake City, UT (SLC)
Salt Lake City (SLC) to Los Angeles, CA (LAX)
Los Angeles, CA (LAX) to Atlanta, GA (ATL)
Hotel Review: Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta
Hotel Review: Westin Atlanta Airport
Hotel Review: Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport
Despite not being an obvious choice for a nice place to say, one of my friends did drop me off there and couldn’t believe I could actually be staying there for free! Kudos to me, I suppose!
After taking the airport shuttle to the Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport hotel, I arrived about 11 AM or so. Though technically before the normal check-in time, I was able to be helped and get a room right away. In addition, the helpful agent at the desk was able to grant me my choice of city or tarmac views for my 2-night stay.
I choose city, which put me at the end of the hallway on the 7th floor of the hotel. Again, this hotel like the Westin did have an intersting/slightly freakish view:
And the view was alright, with a decent view of Delta headquarters:
The bathroom was fairly nice, even compared to some Renaissance hotels that I have stayed at:
One place that this hotel really excelled was the club lounge, where Dennis did a really good job. While the lounge was closed the first day of my stay (Sunday), I ended up showing up late for breakfast on Monday. All the same, I asked for some cereal, and he went above and beyond.
Rather than just settle on my request, which would have been so easy, he even anticipated that I might also want some yogurt, and even offered a separate spoon. He was very attentive and ready to take my items when I was finished. Outside of a Ritz-Carlton, rarely have I observed this level of detail in any club lounge!
Overall, the Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport hotel is not just an affordable option. It is a great hotel that makes a point of providing exceptional service!