There is an abundance of pet-friendly hotels in Atlanta, which means you and your four-legged friend can experience the City of Trees together. One of the first places you should go is Piedmont Park, the most expansive of Atlanta’s city parks and home to the Piedmont Dog Park, an enclosed area where dogs can play off-leash. Dogs are even welcome on most of the guided walking tours offered by Atlanta Preservation Center Tours. Atlanta hotels like to make sure their pet visitors feel right at home, and many offer pet-friendly amenities. Hotel Indigo even hosts a Canine Cocktail Hour!
3 star hotel
1.49 mi from city center
Best Rooms: The best city views are found from rooms facing 11th St. NE on floors 4 - 7.
Best Rooms: Rooms ending in *01 - *06 in the South Tower offer incredible city views, including views overlooking Centennial Olympic Park from floors 10 - 15 (e.g. 1002, 1405). The North Tower offers views of the city as well, but these views tend to be more obstructed, so request to be above floor 14 for a better view.
Best Rooms: Rooms ending in *17 - *20 on floors 5 - 10 (e.g. 518, 1019) have good city views. Rooms *17 and *19 on floor 11 and higher (e.g. 1217, 1419), and room 1519 have the best views of Atlanta.
Best Rooms: At the Motel 6 views from the rooms are limited as it sits along the interstate.
Best Rooms: Rooms on floors 19 and higher -- particularly those ending in *01 - *10 (e.g. 2001, 2605) -- offer good views of downtown Atlanta. Rooms ending in *01 - *04 on floors 13 and below (e.g. 502, 1304), and *45 - *50 and *52 on floors 10 and below (e.g. 652, 1047) offer pool views.
Best Rooms: For the best city views, you'll want to be on or above floor 45. Be sure to ask for a Centennial or northern view. Football fans may want to request a southeastern view so you can catch a glimpse of the Georgia Dome.