SpringHill Suites Atlanta Buckhead completes $2.3M renovation

SpringHill Suites Atlanta Buckhead in Buckhead, Ga., completed a $2.3-million renovation.

From floor to ceiling, the Buckhead suites were completely refreshed with contemporary paint colors, furniture and art work. The rooms – which are 25 percent larger than most hotels – now have neutral tones, as well as turquoise and yellow wave-patterned carpets. There are also new couches topped with decorative pillows. These couches also pull out to sleep additional guests. The rooms similarly now have Wi-Fi connectivity and work desks, complete with new, ergonomic chairs and light fixtures.

The property added new box springs and mattresses to every suite. Other elements in the rooms include: iHome alarm clocks with Bluetooth and bathrooms enhanced with new shower curtains, mirrors and hair dryers.

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The refreshed kitchenettes in the Buckhead hotel suites have mini refrigerators, microwaves, silverware, dishes and glasses. Wet bars, coffee makers and irons and ironing boards are among other amenities.

SpringHill Suites Atlanta Buckhead at 3459 Buckhead Loop NE in Atlanta, Ga., is near Phipps Plaza, Lenox Square Mall, LEGOLAND and Six Flags over Georgia. The hotel has 12 floors, 220 suites, three meeting rooms with 2,233 square feet of total meeting space, a fitness center and indoor pool. 

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