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Our spacious studio suites offer distinct areas for working, eating and relaxing.
Two-Bedroom Suite - Sleeping Area
With separate spaces for sleeping and relaxing, Residence Inn Atlanta Alpharetta/North Point Mall provides comfortable Two-Bedroom Suites, ideal for extended-stays.
One-Bedroom Suite - Sleeping Area
Our spacious One-Bedroom Suites feature a distinct sleeping area so you can separate bedtime from work time.
Suite Living Area
Enjoy the extra space in our stylish One- and Two-Bedroom Suites. Providing separate living and sleeping areas, full-kitchens and large desks, Residence Inn Atlanta Alpharetta/North Point Mall provides a homelike atmosphere.
All of our suites at Residence Inn Atlanta Alpharetta/North Point Mall offer full-kitchens offering convenience during your stay.
American Girl® Check-In
American Girl® Store Package offers girls and American Girl® dolls a unique experience. Stay in a Suite and walk to the nearby American Girl® Store. From a special check-in, to cookies and milk delivered to your room - make her American Girl® dreams come true!
American Girl® Guest Room
Specially prepared for girls and their American Girl® Dolls, this unique guest room comes equipped with an American Girl® doll bed, and more!
Every guest suite has a spacious vanity with plenty of room to unpack for your extended trip to the Alpharetta area.
Paul Mitchell® Amenities
Shower. Repeat. Relax. Enjoy Paul Mitchell products next time you stay with us.
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High Museum of Art
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World of Coca-Cola
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Swan House was built in 1928 for the Inman’s, who accumulated wealth from cotton brokerage and investments on transportation, banking and real estate. The house was acquired by the Atlanta Historical Society in 1966 and is now a historic house museum with many of the Inman’s original furnishings.
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