Hilton Atlanta Airport hotel completes $20M makeover

 Hilton Atlanta Airport has introduced a collection of newly renovated guest rooms as part of a $20 million makeover of the 17-story airport property. The renovation is part of a three-year, $3 billion plan of property renovations currently underway across the global portfolio of Hilton Hotels & Resorts, the flagship brand of Hilton Worldwide.

The property is a 21-consecutive year recipient of the AAA Four Diamond Award.

Local design team, Hirsh Bedner & Associates, is said to have given “careful consideration to travelers by creating a soothing and relaxing atmosphere.” The property’s 507 guestrooms were upgraded, now outfitted with Hilton Serenity collection’s plush-top beds and down duvets, wired and wireless Internet access, a high-definition TV, and an iHome alarm clock with docking station and MP3 player connection, as well as work desk, and laptop-size in-room safe.

Guest bathrooms were fully renovated and feature granite bath and counter, new fixtures and built-in shelving stocked with Hilton’s signature Peter Thomas Roth bath amenities. Walk-in glass enclosed showers with shower heads have been added to all suites and king bedded guestrooms. Two parlor suites now include a billiard table and fireplace.

Hotel amenities include a 24-hour self-service business center, three full-service restaurants including a sports bar and a cocktail lounge. Also available is an on-site fitness center, indoor/outdoor pool, whirlpool and barbershop.

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