Sleep Inn & Suites
181 Metromont Road
Hiram, GA 30141
Phone: (770) 222-9161
Fax: (770) 222-9173
Named "the best florist in Douglas County." For more than 30 years, Frances Florist has provided great service as a premier florist in Douglasville and the surrounding communities.
"Serving Musicians Since 1958," this music store provides a wide variety of high quality musical instruments and accessories such as band and orchestral instruments, electric and acoustic guitars, amps, PA systems, drums, and recording instrument. Lessons and repairs are also available.
If you are looking for a wide selection from a professional jeweler then you have come to the right place. Call or stop by their Kennesaw location and they will help you find exactly what you need.
For 28-years, this company has provided professional home remodeling services for homes and businesses in the Marietta area.
The Magnolia Room is an upscale antique, art, home goods and gift shop. Varying and wide selection of antiques, gifts and more. The Magnolia Room, "where shopping is an experience you will remember."
Savvi Formalwear offers a team of certified formalwear consultants that will guide you in selecting the best style and brand of tuxedo and accessories for your body type and event.
One of the most popular malls in the Atlanta area, this mall features three department stores and over 120 specialty shops and restaurants, as well as 20 eateries, 18 theater screens, and a one-of-a-kind children's play area.
A full service florist shop that offers beautiful, custom created floral arrangements for any occasion, as well as unique gift ideas, fresh plants and flowers, and gift baskets.
This unique art and gift shop carries a wide range of pop and folk art by local artists plus offers one-of-a-kind gifts such as scented candles, body products, and funky T-shirts designed by local artists.
Since 1995, owner Harry DuPree has put forth an ensemble cast representing the merchandise of over 90 dealers of antique furniture, clocks, jewelry, collectible porcelain, glassware and decorative accessories. The showroom is a crowded maze of wonderful items, ranging in price from very reasonable to nearly outlandish. If you're in the market for antiques of any kind, this is one market that's worth a special trip. While you're there, check out the amazing 19th-century safe, which has stood in the back room since the building was built.
A Victorian general store that features six quality dealers offering a range of goodies such as antiques, collectibles, unique gifts, furniture, teas and tea pots, Heritage Lace, home accessories, and interior decorating services.
Jeweler On The Square on Marietta Square is a lamp lover's delight. In addition to fine Tiffany lamps and selected stained glass fixtures, you'll find Italian poster advertisements for cigars and liqueurs, some very nice antique furniture and curiosities, and various charming appointments. Of course, the store is not a jeweler in name alone. A great collection of estate jewelry is cared for by a qualified gemologist, handsomely displayed in the front room.