As a sideline to its educational empire, the Georgia Institute of Technology leases some of its prime real estate to a contemporary hotel that supports a fair number of conferences, and because the neighborhood is so rife with corporate hotels, it tends to escape many visitors' notice. That's unfair, because it's a terrific find for the price, which is usually one of the lowest in the area for the quality level, and you can walk to the Fox Theatre, MARTA, and Midtown nightlife. Expect business-travel rooms that are comparable to any Hilton or Marriott you've stayed in—pleasingly inoffensive colors, king beds, desks, plenty of outlets, a safe, and large bathrooms with sensible fittings such as make-up mirrors. There's an indoor garage as well as plenty of street parking, plus a serviceable bar and restaurant and a Starbucks across the street, but the big thrill is discovering there's a Waffle House right downstairs, in the building. To fans of Southern comfort food, that's worth a five-star rating right there. But for most people, the staff knows it has to work harder to stand out among the chains that dominate in this neighborhood, so service is a notch above your expectation. The property frequently appears on the Hotel Tonight app for around $100.