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Hipmunk Hotels: Affordable Places to Crash in Georgia

Georgia is a state with much to offer both the international and domestic traveler; a labyrinth of cultural and geographic extremes. Small conservative towns sit next to progressive, sprawling cities, and northern mountains give a backdrop for roaring rivers and coastal marshlands. Georgia’s southern cuisine, islands, and beaches are also a treat.

With so many options for how to spend each day, a traveler to Georgia doesn’t need much more from a hotel than an affordable place to crash. The following are four hotels which are perfect for such a stay.

Hilton Atlanta Airport Hotel, College Park

Hilton Altlanta Airport Hotel is an affordable hotel in College Park. Rooms start from just $139 per night and have soundproofing, flat screen TV’s, high-speed internet, mini fridges, and comfortable double beds.

The hotel is just five minutes away from Atlanta Airport. One of the biggest selling points is the 24-hour airport shuttle which services the terminals. There are two restaurants on site along with a busy sports bar, a hair salon, and a gift shop.

Close to one of the busiest airports in the country, this Hilton Hotel is in the perfect spot for busy travelers just looking for a comfortable and affordable place to crash. This is also a pet friendly hotel.

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Western Motel, Augusta

It’s easy to find a cheap hotel in Augusta; many of the popular budget hotels start from around $45 to $70. This is as such a popular area for those traveling on a budget.

A great spot for those looking for an affordable place to crash is the two star Western Motel. The motel offers free WiFi, cable TV, and a free breakfast served every day. Rooms feature a work station as well as a refrigerator and microwave, and there is ample free parking on site.

Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Perimeter Center, Dunwoody

A fantastic location and affordable nightly rates make the Marriott Atlanta Perimeter Center a great place to crash when booking to stay in Dunwoody. Rates start from $124 per night, and the hotel is close to popular attractions such as the Art Institue of Atlanta, the American Intercontinental University, Heritage Sandy Springs, Perimeter Mall, and Anne Frank in the World Exhibit.

This is a three-star property with an outdoor pool, on side restaurant, a bar/lounge, and a coffee shop/café. There is ticketing and tour assistance at the concierge desk, laundry facilities, and high-speed wireless internet available in each of the 145 rooms.

Garden Plaza Hotel Atlanta, Norcross

Norcross has a range of cheap hotels to choose from, and rates at the Garden Plaza Hotel start from just $49 per night. This is the perfect place for budget travelers to crash; cheap and in a fabulous location close to the Global Mall, the Forum on Peachtree Parkway, and Malibu Grand Prix. Other attractions close by include the RE-MAZ Greater Atlanta Stadium and Georgia Perimeter College.

The hotel has both an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as complimentary wireless access in public areas and a 24-hour business center. Complimentary breakfast is included in the cost of each room.

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Megan is an Australian Journalist who has been travelling and blogging since 2007, with the main aim of inspiring others to embark on their own worldwide adventure. Her husband Mike is an American travel photographer, and together they have made the world their home.

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