Vision Hospitality opens Atlanta Courtyard by Marriott

Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Sugarloaf

Vision Hospitality Group opened the Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta NE/Duluth Sugarloaf. This six-story hotel is the company’s fifth hotel to be owned and operated in the Atlanta market.

The new Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta NE/Duluth Sugarloaf introduces the Cynergy décor package, which includes a lobby space as well as contemporary guestrooms with unique technological elements. In addition to the 115 rooms, the hotel has over 800 square feet of meeting space, an indoor swimming pool, fitness center and business center.

Guests will have access to The Bistro – Eat Drink Connect, media pods, complimentary Wi-Fi, a variety of seating zones and redefined space for pop-up meetings or social gatherings. The property is located on Satellite Boulevard, close to many businesses, giving guests access to the Infinite Energy Center, Sugarloaf Mills Mall, the Hudgens Center for the Arts and the Red Clay Theatre.


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“We are thrilled to be expanding in the Atlanta market,” said Mitch Patel, president & CEO of Vision. “Our continued partnership with Marriott International reinforces our ongoing strategy to invest in premium brands in growing markets.”

Vision currently has a pipeline of 17 Hilton and Marriott affiliated hotels in development or under construction, including the company’s first boutique hotel. Vision plans to open three more hotels in the Atlanta market that in 2017: The Springhill Suites Atlanta/Downtown, the Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta/Decatur/Downtown and the Tru by Hilton McDonough.

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