Planters Inn is ideally located facing Reynolds Square which was named for John Reynolds, an unpopular Georgia governor who held office in the mid-1750s. Stepping into Planters Inn’s lobby, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported into the foyer of a modernized Southern plantation home. The high ceilings, the flowing window drapes, and the burgundy hued furniture and carpeting punctuated by the bright yellow walls all contribute to the august atmosphere. The rooms at Planters Inn are tastefully decorated in keeping with the plantation home theme. Also, the customer service at this hotel is impeccable. From the 24-hour front desk receptionists to the valet parking attendants, everyone at Planters Inn greeted us warmly and everyone was quick to grant our requests. All of the Planters Inn staffers exemplified Southern hospitality.