The staff took care of my special needs in an outstanding manner and without question. They made my stay very nice and went out of their way to make sure my needs were met. Professional followup insured an outstanding stay!
This Inn was a very clean and nice place to stay. Its location is the best if you have to be at Emory Hospital. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a quiet, friendly place to stay. I had to check out before 7:00 AM so was not able to enjoy their breakfast!
The room was very cozy and reasonably priced. I did however notice a few small things wrong with the room. There was paint stains in the toilet where painters used it to clean their brushes and some bad drywall repairs. The bathroom did not have a towel rack. Beside these small details I would use the Inn again because of the proximity to the Hospital.
Our room was quite and clean. Be aware that they do not furnish rooms with toiletries as most hotels these days do. Also, the Inn is only 3 floors but there is no elevator, so if you have mobility issues, it would be an issue.
This is a beautifully clean, quiet, and safe place that I have stayed at many times. My husband was at Emory for 4 months receiving a heart transplant and recovering from a stroke. The location couldn't be better and I felt safer and more comfortable here than in big name hotels I've stayed in. The room furniture is clean and comfortable. They do have a washer and dryer in an outside hallway. They are not much to look at, but they work well. Every member of the staff has been very pleasant and helpful, especially Mortine. She was more than gracious with working with me as discharge dates kept changing. The ADA room is like a mini apartment including a kitchenette and there were no problems getting around each area with a wheelchair. The only downside is the bathtub. They provide a shower chair upon request, but with my husband's partial paralysis, we were unable to get into the tub. It would be great to have a walk-in shower in one of the rooms for better disabled person access.…
Very nice place to stay located in a beautiful neighborhood staff was nice and friendly will be staying there again when we travel back to Atlanta very close to several places to eat and listen to local entertainment had a room with 2 double beds and plenty of room to get around in it.
Nice people at check in. But, the accommodations were so outdated. Bathroom too small. The entire room looked dirty because everything was from the 60’s. Sorry, I won’t be back or refer anyone. Connie Munson
This place looks like it once was really nice, but it’s getting run down. The pool was not open, the rooms were musty, there were holes in the ceiling in the room. The beds were comfortable, the location was perfect for our visit to Emory and best of all the staff was very nice and helpful. It does look like some things have been updated but there’s a lot of work left. I don’t know the story, but I hope that the owners can revive this place. I would definitely come back if they put some work into it.
Have stayed here several times while my husband was in the hospital a few blocks away. Nice, clean rooms. Comfortable beds. Would highly recommend for anyone who needs to stay near Emory University Hospital or Clinics.
This is the third time I have stayed at the University Inn. My stay is always very good. All staff are kind and courteous. The handicapped room was accessible to my walker. It also had a full kitchen and coffee maker.