Super 8 is located 2 miles from Augusta National Golf Course. 2 hours from Atlanta. Starbucks 1 block. Restaurant on premises. 20 plus restaurants within 1 mile. Free wireless internet, Jacuzzi suites.
Minutes to Augusta National Golf Club and Denny’s Restaurant Onsite
Experience all our city has to offer at our Super 8 Augusta-Washington Road hotel near Augusta National Golf Course. Located just off Interstate 20 at Golf Exit 199 — and close to Fort Gordon, Augusta State University and less than two miles from The Masters —our hotel in Augusta, GA, offers comfortable accommodations at a great rate. Each of our rooms offers dependable amenities like HBO, a work desk and free Wi-Fi Internet access so you can keep in touch with family and friends back home. Sleep on comfy pillow-top mattresses, awake energized and make a pot of coffee in your room, then join us for free SuperStart continental breakfast. Kids 17 and under stay free with an adult at our pet-friendly hotel, and rooms with microwaves and refrigerators, as well as non-smoking rooms, are available.
Our hotel in Augusta, GA, is just a tee shot from the many attractions in town. Swing your tennis racket at Newman Tennis Center, just 12 minutes away, or watch PGA tour pros swing their golf clubs at Augusta National Golf Course, site of The Masters. Shop at Augusta Mall, just four miles from our front door, or catch a movie at Regal Cinema or Masters Cinema. Take the kids to fun places like Brunswick Bowling, Red Wing Rollerway Roller Skating Rink and Savannah Rapids Park.
In addition to the 24-hour Denny’s located at our hotel in Augusta, GA, find many family-friendly restaurants nearby. Enjoy hibachi grilling next door at Omakase Japanese Sushi & Grill or crack into crab legs at Rhinehart’s Oyster Bar a few doors down. Slice into porterhouse steaks at TBonz Grill & Grill or order exotic seafood dishes at Bonefish Grill.
BUSINESS AND EVENT FACILITIES
Our Augusta, Georgia, hotel offers a business center with copy and fax services, as well as a computer for guests’ use.