Noble Investment Group Completes Comprehensive Upgrade to Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Perimeter Center

USA, Atlanta, Georgia. March 12, 2020

Noble Investment Group ("Noble") today announced the Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Perimeter Center has completed a comprehensive upgrade and enhancement to all hotel guestrooms and suites, public areas, and meeting and event spaces.

The hotel is situated in the heart of the Perimeter Center area of Atlanta, one of the largest office markets in the southeast with nearly 29 million square feet of office space. Perimeter Center is home to the world headquarters of United Parcel Service, Cox Enterprises, AT&T Mobility, Haverty's and Newell Rubbermaid and major hubs for State Farm, Auto Trader, Mercedes-Benz and First Data. Perimeter Center is also home to more than 6 million square feet of shopping, dining and entertainment.

"Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Perimeter Center takes pride in providing our guests with a memorable travel experience backed by the latest innovations and amenities in hospitality," says General Manager Mark Luther. "These transformational enhancements demonstrate our commitment to best-in-class guest satisfaction and loyalty to this category-leading brand."

The Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Perimeter Center features 193 guestrooms and suites, each which received a complete refresh including guest bathrooms. The hotel restaurant, The Garden Grill, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as The Branchwater Lounge, which features a full bar and an outdoor garden seating area, have been created as an inviting food and beverage experience for our guests. The hotel's 3,600 square feet of event space was also redesigned and upgraded to create flexible meeting and breakout space. Further enhancements were completed throughout the hotel including our fitness and health center, our indoor heated pool and whirlpool and our laundry facilities.

The renovations are part of the brand's passion for providing guests with an exceptional experience that extends from friendly service to modern facilities.

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