Hampton Inn & Suites In Rome, Georgia: Near History And Shopping

Review of Hampton Inn and Suites Rome, GA | 875 West 1st Street Northwest
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Rome, Georgia, is home to Berry College, Myrtle Hill Cemetery, numerous historic markers, and blocks full of shops and eateries on Broad Street – the second widest main street in Georgia. Hampton Inn & Suites is a clean and comfortable choice of accommodation that is conveniently located near major attractions. Read on to learn more about a stay in Hampton Inn & Suites Rome.

Comfortable and convenient lodging in the heart of Rome

Exterior of Hampton Inn & Suites in Rome, GA
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Hampton Inn & Suites at 875 W. 1st Street in Rome is a few short blocks from the famous Broad Street with its wide variety of shops and eateries. The walk to town is reasonable if you’re looking to stretch your legs. Perks for those driving into Rome is the complimentary on-site parking and several charging stations for electric vehicles. The hotel has all the conveniences you’ve come to expect with this hotel brand such as free hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, digital keys, and a well-equipped fitness center. Rooms are also non-smoking, have a separated seated area from the sleeping area, and some rooms are also pet-friendly.

Guest rooms are spacious and thoughtfully furnished

Guest room at Hampton Inn & Suites
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Guest rooms at Hampton Inn & Suites are all non-smoking. As with most hotels, the rooms are completely sanitized and you’ll find fresh towels and toiletries when you arrive. Housekeeping services during your stay may be provided upon request, but fresh towels are always available. A small fridge and microwave are in each room, along with an iron, ironing board, hairdryer, and coffeemaker. Highspeed internet and Wi-Fi are complimentary and reliable which is great if you need to stay connected.

Guest bathrooms with everything you need

Guest bathroom at Hampton Inn & Suites
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You’ll love seeing the stack of white towels and convenient toiletries in the spacious bathrooms. The tub/shower is easy to step in and out of and has a curved shower curtain rod. Hot water is fast and plentiful, so you can be guaranteed a nice shower or bath during your stay.

Full hot breakfast to start the day

Buffet breakfast at Hampton Inn & Suites
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No stale cereal is allowed at this Hampton Inn & Suites. Instead, you can expect hot entrees, meats, oatmeal, fruit, pastries, and free-flowing hot coffee. This is a very valuable amenity which is included in the reasonable room rate.

Indoor pool and more for guests

Indoor pool at Hampton Inn & Suites
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A beautiful indoor pool provides an opportunity for exercise or relaxation regardless of the weather, and a large fitness room has all the equipment needed for a workout. This hotel has gone to great lengths to make its features fully accessible, even the pool is accessible. For those bringing along their furry companions, several of the rooms are pet-friendly but you’ll have to leave a deposit of 125 USD. There is also a convenient business center in the lobby area.

Dining options in Rome

BBQ sandwich at Blossom Hill
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After you’ve enjoyed the buffet breakfast at Hampton Inn & Suites, you’ll naturally look for nearby options for lunch and dinner. You will find many types of cuisine from which to choose. Broad Street offers delicious eateries, such as Schroeder’s New Deli, Harvest Moon Cafe, John Henry’s Grill, and Ana’s by the River. Drive a few miles to find Blossom Hill Burgers & BBQ, Provino’s Italian Restaurant, and dozens more.

Rich history and outdoor recreation to explore

Oak Hill, former home of Martha Berry
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Native Americans, the Civil War, a First Lady of the United States, and a college with the largest campus in the United States are just a few of the themes with strong ties to Rome. Chieftains Museum is located in the former home of Major Ridge, an important Cherokee leader of his day. The museum may be toured Wednesdays through Saturdays. The Rome Area History Center on Broad Street and Myrtle Hill Cemetery are great places to go to understand Rome’s role in the Civil War. The cemetery is also where U.S. President Woodrow Wilson’s first wife, Ellen Axson Wilson, is buried.

The Berry College campus is a beautiful place to drive through. Be sure to find the eagle’s nest near the entrance and the Possum Trot Church in an area where history is preserved. The influence of its founder, Martha Berry, is felt throughout the town of Rome, and a museum dedicated to her is another must-visit destination.

Other things to do also include driving to the Clock Tower, shopping on Broad Street, playing or watching tennis and pickleball, and spending time at the Rome-Floyd ECO Center learning about the area’s ecology.

Rome is small in population but large in attractions

The population of Rome, Georgia is slightly more than 37,000 yet it satisfies many of the checklist reasons why visitors want to spend time there. Comfortable accommodations, a wide variety of dining choices, and attractions to suit every age and stage of life keep things very interesting. Book a room at Hampton Inn & Suites and prepare to be impressed.

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