Atlanta Marriott Northwest at Galleria completes $16M renovation

The Atlanta Marriott Northwest at Galleria completion of a $16-million renovation project that included a transformation of the lobby, updates to The Marketplace, the addition of Rocks restaurant, reinvigorated guestrooms and a concierge lounge.

The new Greatroom lobby now has woods and a muted color palette complemented by pops of color with art and furnishings. Available are spaces for meeting, relaxing and dining.

The Marketplace has a full buffet and a la carte options for breakfast. Meanwhile, Rocks, the Atlanta is the Georgia hotel's new restaurant.

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The new guestrooms at the hotel near Marietta, Ga., have sitting areas, plush carpets, work desks with ergonomic chairs, plug-in panels and 32-inch flat-panel HDTVs. New beds have comforters, custom duvets and cotton-rich linens. Visitors who choose to stay on a concierge level receive the added benefit of access to the reimagined lounge on the 16th floor.

Joel Darr is the new GM of the property.

Atlanta Marriott Northwest is located at Galleria at 200 Interstate North Parkway SE in Atlanta, Ga. Cobb Galleria Convention Center and Six Flags Over Georgia are nearby. The hotel has 16 floors with 399 rooms and one suite, as well as 18 meeting rooms with 16,000 square feet of total space, four concierge levels, Rocks and The Marketplace restaurants, a health club, indoor and outdoor pools and a whirlpool. Parking and high-speed Internet access are complimentary.


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