The Hilton Garden Inn in Cartersville, Georgia provides exceptional comfort for guests in a location near popular attractions and great restaurants. The pool, fitness facility and meeting rooms add to a long list of amenities. It is, in fact, within walking distance of Cartersville’s impressive downtown areas beside the railroad depot.
Quiet, convenient location
Set back away from the traffic flow of one of Cartersville’s main streets, Hilton Garden Inn has both easy access to all of the attractions and restaurants, as well as a buffer creating a peaceful environment for sleeping or conducting meetings. Parking on-site is complementary, and the grounds, exterior and interior public spaces are well-maintained and attractive.
Comfortable guest rooms
There are several different room configurations for guest rooms at the Hilton Garden Inn. A one-bedroom king suite, a king suite with a whirlpool tub, two queen beds, a king bed junior suite or one king bed can be chosen, and many of these options are handicap-accessible. With every room, guests receive daily room service and have access to an indoor pool, an outdoor saltwater pool and a fitness center. Irons and ironing boards are also in each room.
The beds feature Garden Sleep System mattresses and linens creating a luxurious night’s sleep.
Guest bathrooms with plenty of amenities
A hairdryer plus bath products and toiletries by Neutrogena are helpful additions to the guest bathrooms. Walk-in showers, rather than shower/tub combinations, make for a safer bathing experience. Plenty of hot water and soft, thirsty towels aid in relaxing after a long day or in getting ready to face a new one the next morning.
Extra features in each room
A mini refrigerator, a microwave, a coffee maker and complimentary bottled waters are standard in every room. A workspace with ergonomic chair and complimentary WiFi help those who must work during their stay, but a flatscreen TV allows you to relax and be entertained in the comfort of your room.
All rooms are non-smoking, and only service animals are allowed on the premises.
The Pavilion Lobby has an on-site restaurant serving a breakfast buffet each morning and dinner each evening (both at an additional cost), which is a great convenience for those who want to stay on the property without walking or driving further. The lobby bar and lounge is open every day from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Proximity to major Cartersville attractions, restaurants and shopping
The Hilton Garden Inn in Cartersville is nicely-situated near many interesting places that are located in Cartersville.
Old Car City U.S.A. and George Washington Carver Park are unique attractions a short drive away in White, GA and Acworth, GA. The Booth Western Art Museum, which houses the largest exhibition space for Western art in the United States, is within a short walk and very well worth your time. To find out more about the history of Cartersville and Bartow County, the Bartow History Museum, located in an historic downtown courthouse, will provide fascinating insights. The Tellus Science Museum and the Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site are a short drive from the hotel. Both are outstanding educational attractions. Read more about things to do around Cartersville here.
Plenty of boutiques, home decor shops and Olive Tree & Vine, which is a combination specialty store for olive oils, balsamic vinegars, wine tastings and a coffee shop, can be found near the railroad tracks, about a 15-minute walk from the hotel.
Recommended restaurants and eateries include Table 20, Appalachian Grill, Ross’ Diner, 4-Way Lunch, Maine Street Coastal Cuisine, BridgeHouse Cafe and The City Cellar & Loft. All are also a very short distance from the hotel. Check out our article on best places to eat around Cartersville for more recommendations.
Hilton Garden Inn, great lodging choice while uncovering the special attractions of Cartersville
For a comfortable stay with generous in-room and on-site amenities, Hilton Garden Inn in Cartersville is an excellent choice. It is good for conducting business, relaxing after a long day of work or driving or for using it as an anchor location while exploring the many sites and tastes around the town.