Emory Conference Center Hotel remodeled

Emory Conference Center Hotel remodeled its north wing, which includes 198 guestrooms and two suites. The property has a total of 325 guestrooms and suites, as well as the recently upgraded 32,000-square-foot meeting facility that includes the 240-seat Emory auditorium/amphitheater and the 74 seat Oak amphitheater.

With the recent refresh, guestrooms now have a Mission style interior design that complements the hotel's Frank Lloyd Wright inspired architecture. Each guestroom has new bedding, new window treatments and soft goods in a neutral color palette accented with deep reds. There are also new wood furnishings and added conveniences including a mini-fridge and an in-room safe. The hotel now also provides Internet service.

The completion of this refurbishment coincides with the opening of the nearby Emory Point Phase II project with boutique shopping and restaurants that create a village environment within walking distance of the hotel.

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The Emory Conference Center Hotel is a full-service upscale property with 325 guestrooms and 32,000 square feet of conference space, including Wisteria Lanes Bowling Alley & Pub. The conference facility is LEED Certified and is owned by Emory University and managed by Crestline Hotels & Resorts. The hotel is located at 1615 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA, 30329. Emory Conference Center Hotel is located in a forest preserve on the Campus of Emory University and adjacent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

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