Sean Robert Bussard, 33, and Joeseph Leonquerrero, 31, both of Hephzbeh and Michael Joseph Sherlock, 28, of Augusta were arrested shortly after the incident by the Woodstock Police Department.
The men are charged in Woodstock with armed robbery, aggravated assault and false imprisonment.
Sherlock faces additional charges in Woodstock of misdemeanor possession of marijuana and in Holly Springs of fleeing and attempting to elude, driving on a suspended driver's license and reckless driving.
Bussard is also wanted in August on an active arrest warrant for felony theft, and Sherlock is wanted there on an outstanding arrest warrant for probation violation.
All were being held on Tuesday evening at the Cherokee Adult Detention Center.
The trio is accused of an armed robbery and carjacking at 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday at the Suburban Extended Stay Hotel on Woodstock Boulevard.
A 30-year-old man told police that three men, armed with guns and a knife, stole his 2003 GMC Sierra pickup truck from him in the parking lot of the hotel.
At 3:51 a.m., Cherokee Sheriff's Office deputies spotted the stolen pickup traveling southbound on Interstate 575 at exit 20 at Riverstone Parkway in Canton.
The driver, later identified as Sherlock, wouldn't stop and led the police on a chase through Canton.
After exiting the interstate to avoid stop sticks, the suspects were halted on Sixes Road at Bells Ferry Road near BridgeMill when a Holly Springs Police Department officer used a PIT (Pursuit Intervention Technique) maneuver. Bussard was in the front seat, police said.
Leonquerrero, driving a Lincoln MKZ, was stopped by the Cherokee Sheriff's Office on southbound I-575 at exit 1 at Barrett Parkway in north Cobb County.
"Because of the unison, training, and inter-department teamwork, the suspects were captured quickly and without injury to the suspect, law enforcement officers, or members of the communities," Holly Springs Police Department Public Information Officer Lt. Tanya Smith said.