Peachtree City, GA - Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta/Peachtree City (Not Rated)
Location/ Directions: Take I-85 South to Exit 61 (Fairburn/Peachtree City). At traffic light, make a left turn onto Highway 74 South and continue south for 11 miles. Turn left on Aberdeen Parkway. Then turn left on N. Commerce Drive. The Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Peachtree City hotel is two blocks at the end of the drive.
Average Price (Checked Jul 2014): $99.00
AAA Rated: n/a Stars: (n/a)
About Hotel: 4-Floors, -Rooms, Interior Corridors, Business Center, Cribs, High chairs, 24 hr Pavilion Pantry Market, Coin Laundry, Elevators, Pavilion Lounge, Room Service, Fitness Room, Pool, Air Conditioning, Black-Out Curtains, Clock Radio w/ MP3 Connection, LCD HDTV-37 Inch Flat Panel, Thermostat (adjustable), Work Desk with Adjustable Lamp, Coffee Maker, Hairdryer, Free High Speed Internet, Iron/Ironing Board, Microwave, Mini Refrigerator, Newspaper M-F (USA Today), Two Speakerphones with Voice mail, No Pets Allowed, Free parking.
Railroad View: Fair to Good View. Tracks are located just across Route 74. Some trees prevent an excellent view. Ask for a room on the front of the building, 2nd to 4th floor room should be fine.
Railroads past Hotel: CSX Transportation. This is a single track line, across from the hotel there are two tracks which consists of the main track and the two-mile long Aberdeen Siding. This line runs from Tilford Yard in Atlanta to Manchester, GA where it connects with the line from Birmingham, AL and continues to Waycross, GA and points south. You can expect about 10-15 trains on this line daily.
Comments: This motel has not been rated by RailfanMotels.com
Photo Comment: The Hilton garden Inn in the building in the top left. The railroad can be seen along Route 74. Trees prevent an excellent view of the railroad, but there should be enough open space to watch passing trains. Besides the view from the room, a key feature of this motel is the foot bridge that crosses the railroad. The trail connects the motel with a great place to photograph passing trains. The foot bridge can be seen in the lower left side of the photo.