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With lovely views from almost every window, the Samuel Elbert Hotel combines the character of a historic property with the technology and conveniences of today. The luxurious 27-room getaway accommodates meetings and events, perfect for retreats or family gatherings. Guest rooms and suites are situated on three floors. Each room has its own unique character and charm.
Very pleasant surprise when we, family of 3, checked in. Room is very spacey, modern, and spotless clean. The entire staff is extremely friendly and accommodating, true southern hospitality. After staying in other hotels on previous visits to Elberton I can only recommend The Samuel Elbert Hotel, nothing compares to it in the area. We will definitively stay here again on our next visit.
This is a new boutique hotel inside a historic building in the quaint town of Elberton, GA. It was built by the City of Elberton and opened about a year ago. Located on the downtown square, it feels like a step back in time, but the experience is completely modern. Our room had two queen beds with luxurious bedding, a large sitting area with sleeper sofa and two chairs, a desk and two TV's. The bathroom was spacious and spa-like. All of the furnishings throughout the hotel were just beautiful and everything looked and felt expensive and trendy. Our night was quiet, but the hotel is up and buzzing around 8:00 a.m.
The adjoining restaurant, The White Plate, is also beautiful and our dinner was extremely good. Breakfast is a very minimal continental. We loved everything about this hotel and plan to return. It is a great place to stay for anyone traveling to the UGA football games in Athens, GA which is a short drive away. We consider the rooms to be very affordable considering the luxury feel.
The charm of this place is indescribable. It's clean,well designed and represents one of the best hotels I've ever stayed at. The revitalization here is very, very well done. I have been coming to Elberton for 40 years and Elberton square really comes alive if you stay here
This hotel is one of the cleanest and unsurpassed hotels I've stayed at especially in this area. No other hotels in Elberton can touch this place. I have family in the area so we will definitely be staying here again. The hotel is a bit pricey however it's no doubt worth it and I'd pay the price again in a heartbeat. There is amble free parking in the rear of the hotel and plenty of places to eat nearby. The only downside is we had a southwest corner king which had amazing views but was noisy from the road being right outside but the windows seem to be the original so I'm assuming that might have a bit to do with it. With that being said the hotel is completely renovated and is decorated nicely.
This is a picturesque building, with a fantastic restaurant on the first floor, but we had a few things happen that turned us off to this place. When we checked in, we were sent to a room that matched what we had booked, but it had someone else's clothes and computer at the foot of the bed, and the bed was not made up. They couldn't figure out what had happened, as they had no record of a guest in the room. They gave us a new room that did not have a king bed, which is what we had booked. The new room did look over the town square, which we had requested, and was very nicely furnished. It was very clean, except one stain on the carpet. The weird experience happened when my husband took a drink from one of the two complimentary water bottles provided on the desk, only to discover it was not water at all, but something clear that had a very strong chemical smell and taste. Luckily he was able to spit it out without swallowing it, but it left a bad taste that he could not seem to get rid of. I took the bottle to the front desk to alert the management in case others were like this, and the woman agreed it was not water, and kept the bottle to show her manager. When we checked out the next day, the woman at the front desk said they had not figured out what had happened, but she promised to have the manager call me. The manager never called me. I only heard from the hotel by e-mail after I responded to an e-mail asking about our stay. I was very disappointed with this experience and the management's lack of follow through.