Planning a weekend trip to Atlanta with a tight budget, here are a few hotels in Atlanta which are quite affordable to suit your needs.  With “12 foot ceilings, heart-of-pine floors, antiques, private baths, walled garden and secured parking,” Inman Park Bed and Breakfast was $140 every night. Close to the Carter Library in addition to 2 blocks from the subway, the restored “honeymoon cottage of Robert Woodruff, Atlanta’s famous donor that is anonymous Coca-Cola non-alcoholic drink magnate,” included continental morning meal and Wi-Fi. Downtown, by Turner Field, Ramada Plaza Atlanta Downtown Capitol Park had standards that are “double with Wi-Fi, health center and pool for $83 per night. For perspective, the Motel 6 Downtown Atlanta was $108 (no Wi-Fi or breakfast) while Double Tree by Hilton had been $206 a for a king suite; $237 every night included breakfast night.

Moving forward to Midtown, Residence Inn by Marriott Atlanta Midtown Peachtree at 17th ended up being billing $182 per night for a queen space with sofa bed and kitchen that is full to compare, Courtyard’s spaces started at $237 per night.

Another apartment that is smart Piedmont Park was $71 every night, with full home, laundry, Wi-Fi and it’s also pet-friendly to boot. Airbnb did not disappoint. Finding Wi-Fi that is free is difficult in Atlanta. We discovered a charming entire carriage that is midtown or apartment with full kitchen area for just $93 every evening for 4 guests; it absolutely was fashionable, fantastically reviewed and offered Wi-Fi.