New Hampton Inn & Suites opens in Atlanta

Vision Hospitality Group's new Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Atlanta Decatur/Emory is one of 11 the company currently has in development or operation around Atlanta. Photo credit: Vision Hospitality Group

Vision Hospitality Group opened a new six-story, 145-room Hampton Inn & Suites outside of downtown Atlanta. The Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Atlanta Decatur/Emory features an indoor saltwater swimming pool, meeting space, a 24-hour business center and a fitness center.  

Located in Decatur and less than a 15-minute drive from Emory University, the new hotel provides easy access to an assortment of local restaurants and boutique shops. Within walking distance of a multimodal transit hub, the property also can serve as a base to explore all around the Atlanta metropolitan area.

The new hotel is one of 11 Vision Hospitality Group currently has in development or operation around Atlanta. “We are excited to be expanding in Atlanta’s growing market,” Mitch Patel, president and CEO of the management and development company, said in a statement. “Our company values our ongoing partnership with Hilton and the opportunity to develop one of the best hotel brands available today. Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Atlanta/Decatur Emory certainly reinforces our growth strategy to invest in premium brands in growing markets.”

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Vision Hospitality, based in Chattanooga, Tenn., manages hotels in nine states. Its portfolio includes premium select- and full-service properties from the Hilton, Marriott International and InterContinental Hotels Group brands.

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