Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway completes multimillion-dollar reno

The Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway has completed a multimillion-dollar renovation that completely transformed guestrooms, meeting spaces, a lounge, lobby and fitness center, and finishes recent redesigns of, and additions to, the Marriott portfolio in the Gateway Center.

The SpringHill Suites Atlanta Airport Gateway finished a total hotel remodel in 2018; the Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel opened less than two years ago.

Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway’s rooms and suites now have modern décor, custom-designed furniture pieces, new mattresses, tub-to-shower conversions, additional in-room USB ports and 55-inch HDTVs.

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The renovated hotel lobby has a Starbucks coffee shop, a new 400-square-foot market, and grab-and-go food items.

The new meeting spaces have advanced audiovisual and presentation services, along with a dedicated planning team.

The property is located near Atlanta’s new arena, Gateway Center @ College Park, which is part of the Georgia International Convention Center near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The new multi-purpose arena is designed as a sports and entertainment hub.

Part of the airport renovation includes the development of the Central Passenger Terminal Complex that offers two independent facilities for domestic and international passengers as well as seven gate concourses. The hotel is located near the terminal via the airport's SkyTrain.

Photo credit: Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway

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