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Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$159

Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center

100 CNN Center, Atlanta - Map
 
 
"Perfect location using City Pass"
Me & my wife spent Memorial weekend there. Never been, but had lots of fun.
Traveller from Z-Hills
Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center is conveniently located in the heart of downtown, connected to Philips Arena through CNN …More
W Atlanta Buckhead - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

W Atlanta Buckhead

3377 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta - Map
 
 
"The staff made our anniversary special"
From the valet to the reception, the host and the room. It was the perfect start to our 22nd anniversary celebration. Thanks to Lydia and Cyrus, they made that night special and memorable. I will recomment all of my friends to stay here when they visit Atlanta.
Housemanager1 from Atlanta, GA
This stylish hotel is within walking distance of world-class shopping at Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza, numerous upscale …More
The Highland Inn - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
$91

The Highland Inn

644 North Highland Avenue, Atlanta - Map
 
 
"A hotel with character! I love this place <3"
Sick of the chain hotels with their predictable décor that dulls your senses? Well check out The Highland Inn on the outskirts of Mid-Town Atlanta. My boyfriend and I spend 2 nights in this charming establishment in February 2015. It was super clean, surprisingly quiet for such an old place, and gave you to the sense of mini apartments. Yes, the rooms are small (we got a double which gave us some extra space) and the place is old (water stains and a bit of peeling paint) but it adds to the charm of this old place. I've never been to Europe but I sense this place would fit right in there. It's homey, unassuming, and very comfortable. We came from the Omni Hotel and this hotel beat the Omni hands down in service, comfort, and atmosphere! The location is perfect for walkers - Freedom Park is just blocks away and Piedmont Park and the Beltway approx. 30-40 minutes away. Plenty of restaurants - Café 640 right next door, a few Mexican sit downs up and around corner on Ponce de Leon, BBQ place a few doors down as well as a 24 hr. diner at corner plaza (we didn't eat there however). Close to Little Five Points but unfortunately no stores were open before 12 noon :-) There's a resident black cat that doesn't bother you (you wouldn't even know it's there if you didn't actually see it). We stayed in the last room on the second floor near a screened in porch area. If your a smoker, Room 342 would be the perfect room for you. If you want modern conveniences this is not the place for you.
Traveller from Buffalo, NY
The Highland Inn is in the upmarket neighborhood of Poncey-Highland, a 10-minute drive from downtown Atlanta and close to …More
Twelve Atlantic Station - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Twelve Atlantic Station

361 17th St Nw, Atlanta - Map
 
 
Great location and friendly staff! Parking of $12/per day should be included in nightly rate.
A Traveller
Located in the heart of Atlanta, this aparthotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Atlantic Station and Georgia Institute of …More
Artmore Hotel - Midtown - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Artmore Hotel - Midtown

1302 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta - Map
 
 
"Came for Emory docs, but enjoyed Atlanta too!"
My 93 y/o grandmother and I drove up from Savannah, GA so that she could see an eye specialist at Emory. It was a trip filled with unknowns and anxiety, but from the moment we arrived at the Artmore we nearly forgot about the doctor! On the drive up, they called and informed us that we were selected for an upgrade to a two floor, two bedroom and two bath suite! When we arrived the staff, including the valet guys, were absolutely lovely and courteous. Our room was like a NYC penthouse - complete with black and white pictures of rock and movie stars (also throughout the hotel). The Beatles were in our living room, Elvis in my grandmother's room and Mick Jagger and Jimi Hendrix in my upstairs "en suite." After dinner out in town the first night, we returned and sat outside in the balmy weather in the gorgeous, string-lit and fire-fountain courtyard and chatted. Since we actually ended up having to stay two nights instead of one, the staff accommodated us by letting us stay in the suite another night for the same price that we found on Travelocity. Then by some magic at check-out, they didn't charge us for the $20 per night parking rate. The breakfast buffet was plentiful and tasty and only $10. The "restaurant"(which we ate at the second night) is really just sitting at the bar off the lobby, but the food was good and the bartenders were friendly. You do have to pay to use the K-cups in the suite ($4 per cup, eek), but everything really exceeded our expectations
Traveller from Washington, DC
Built in 1924 this Spanish-style Atlanta hotel is across the street from a MARTA rapid-transit station, with access to …More
DoubleTree by Hilton Atlanta - Buckhead - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$189

DoubleTree by Hilton Atlanta - Buckhead

3342 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta - Map
 
 
"We enjoyed everything about the hotel."
Our experience was superb! The room was very nice and cosy and everthing was clean! Staff were helpful and nice and we loved the warm cookies everyday!!!
Traveller from Milwaukee
This 6-story hotel is in urban Buckhead, a business and entertainment district 8 miles north of downtown Atlanta; a MARTA …More
Twelve Centennial Park Hotel - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Twelve Centennial Park Hotel

400 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (530 reviews)
Located in Downtown Atlanta, this aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of New American Shakespeare Tavern, Centennial …More
Hilton Atlanta - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hilton Atlanta

255 Courtland St NE, Atlanta - Map
 
 
"Nice. Walking distance to downtown"
Very clean hotel. Small rooms for a Hilton. Beds were a "small queen". Food options were very price however nicely located near downtown and The Peach Tree Center Food Court.
Traveller from Katy, Texas
This Atlanta hotel is within a half-mile of the convention center, Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, and Atlanta Civic …More
The Westin Peachtree Plaza - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Westin Peachtree Plaza

210 Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta - Map
 
 
"Lana Del Rey trip to ATL"
Stayed at The Westin for two nights, Saturday and Sunday for a Lana Del Rey concert. The front staff went above to try to accommodate my request for the highest floor available, and delivered with a spectacular view of downtown Atlanta. The top floors is a rotating bar and restaurant that give a great panoramic view of Downtown. The hotel room was clean and the showers (rain shower) was so nice after walking around downtown all day. Definitely looking to book here again.
Traveller from Orlando, FL
Extensively renovated in 2014, this 73-story cylindrical-glass-tower hotel rises above downtown Atlanta and is within 6-10 …More
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Atlanta/Buckhead Area - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Atlanta/Buckhead Area

1840 Corporate Blvd Ne, Atlanta - Map
 
 
"Good for the money."
This hotel was clean and comfortable for the price. Although the Staff was slow to bring extra towels we felt welcome. The property is located across the street from a strip club but that did not bother us at all. I would stay here again.
Moto1te from Atlanta, GA, USA
Located in Buckhead, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Lenox Square, Legoland Discovery Center, and Phipps Plaza …More

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    Atlanta, Georgia Hotel Guide

    A vacation can be defined by what you do and where you stay. There are tons of hotels in Atlanta, Georgia, each offering something unique for travelers. Different neighborhoods have different vibes, so you can find the perfect place for your travel style.

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    Midtown is hip and urban, with a long list of great local bars and restaurants, but not many shopping options if you like the convenience of having unique stores nearby your accommodation. The neighborhood is home to many fun boutique hotels that will give your trip some flair.

    Buckhead is home to the two largest malls, packed full of chain stores and well-known hotel names. This area will make you feel at home, as you probably have similar brands where you live. It’s also where you can dine in style and enjoy a more luxurious break.

    If you’re hoping for a more laid-back hotel experience, and don’t mind renting a car on your visit to Atlanta, the Marietta neighborhood on the edge of the city has all the hotels you know, plus a few boutique hotels, at wallet-friendly prices. You’ll be near the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Six Flags White Water and the City Club Marietta golf course. Perfect for the outdoor adventurer.

    Stay in the heart of it all in Downtown where you can see all of Atlanta’s sights and attractions. Anything from economical to 5-star hotels can be booked to make your trip convenient and accommodating to your budget.

    Hotels in Atlanta

    The capital and most populous city in Georgia, Atlanta has been dubbed the "capital of the new South." Historic sites galore, a vibrant arts district, abundant green spaces, and Southern charm combined with cosmopolitan sophistication are just some of what Atlanta has to offer. Whether you're cheering on the Braves at Turner Field, touring the CNN headquarters, or soaking up the city's culture, you can make the most out of your trip when you save money by using Travelocity. Travelocity can help you find the best deals on hotels in Atlanta, GA, including hotels near Atlanta airport. Hotels can be filtered by rating, guest reviews, amenities, or price.

    History

    Atlanta is a city rich in history and is notably the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Civil War buffs as well as people interested in the American civil rights movement can find museums, monuments, and historic sites devoted to these two eras. The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site consists of several buildings surrounding the civil rights leader's childhood home. The Center for Civil and Human Rights is a museum dedicated to the civil rights movement and human rights movements worldwide and houses collections of Martin Luther King Jr.'s writing. A visit to the Atlanta History Center is a must for history buffs. This 33-acre site consists of six permanent exhibits, historic houses and gardens, and one of the largest collections of Civil War artifacts. The Battle of Atlanta depicted in the world's largest oil painting can be found at the Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum.

    Animal Attractions

    The Georgia Aquarium is arguably Atlanta's most popular tourist attraction. This aquarium is among the largest in the world and is home to more than 100,000 sea creatures. It is also the only institution outside of Asia that houses whale sharks. Other notable specimens at the Georgia Aquarium include beluga whales, bottlenose dolphins, and manta rays. Another popular attraction for kids and adults alike is Zoo Atlanta. This zoological park is home to more than 1,500 animals and has the largest collection of orangutans in the U.S. The zoo is also known for being one of only four in the United States to house giant pandas.

    Outdoor Recreation

    Atlanta boasts an abundance of parks and green spaces. Piedmont Park is a 189-acre park offering walking and jogging trails, a swimming pool, and basketball, tennis, and bocce courts. The park is home to many of the city's annual events, including the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, Music Midtown, and the Atlanta Arts Festival. The Atlanta Botanical Garden, located adjacent to Piedmont Park, is a series of smaller, themed gardens spanning 30 acres. The garden is home to the renowned Fuqua Orchid Center, a unique collection of high-elevation orchids.

    Centennial Olympic Park is a 21-acre park completed around the time of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. The park sees millions of visitors each year and is home to several events, including the Wednesday WindDown concert series. Its most distinguishing feature is the Fountain of Rings, an enormous fountain featuring the Olympic rings. Of course, no trip to Atlanta is complete without seeing a baseball or football game. Fans of the Falcons and the Braves can cheer on their team at the Georgia Dome and Turner Field, respectively.

    Arts

    Atlanta's Midtown is also the home of the city's arts district, where you can find museums such as the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center and the Museum of Design Atlanta. The High Museum of Art, also located in Midtown Atlanta, is the leading art museum in the Southeastern United States and houses more than 14,000 works in its permanent collection. Midtown Atlanta is also home to a number of performing arts centers like the historic Fox Theatre, Alliance Theatre, and even the Center for Puppetry Arts. Atlanta is also one of the few U.S. cities with professional companies in all of the major performing arts disciplines, including the Atlanta Opera, Atlanta Ballet, and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

    Annual Events

    There are several important events taking place in Atlanta each year. One of the most popular events is the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, an arts and crafts festival that takes place each April when the dogwoods are in bloom. Also held in the spring is the Atlanta Film Festival, which shows a diverse range of independent films from around the world. Downtown Atlanta hotels experience a spike in guests during the summer for the annual Peachtree Road Race. This race takes place every July Fourth and is the largest 10K race in the world, with an estimated 60,000 participants each year. Music Midtown, held in September, is a large, two-day music festival featuring bands representing a wide range of genres. Another highly anticipated event that brings massive crowds is Dragon Con. Each year, more than 50,000 people come to Atlanta to participate in this multi-genre convention. If you're planning on visiting when this convention is taking place, be sure to make your reservations well in advance.

    Shopping and Dining

    In the affluent Buckhead neighborhood, you can find dozens of upscale shops, boutiques, and restaurants, as well as the Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza megamalls. Atlanta boasts a diverse culinary landscape, with styles ranging from traditional Southern fare to European and Mediterranean. Several high-end, chef-driven establishments have opened in Atlanta, and there is also a diverse ethnic restaurant scene in the Buford Highway area that reflects a growing international population. With such a wide array of dining choices, there is truly something to satisfy any palate. Ecco, 4th & Swift, Bocado, Bistro Niko, Rathbun's, and Canoe are some of the area's most popular dining spots.

    When to Visit

    Atlanta has a humid subtropical climate with hot, humid summers. Average high temperatures in the summer reach the upper 80s. However, despite the scorching heat, summer is considered peak season in Atlanta. Hotels fill up fast, so be sure to make your reservation well in advance if you plan on visiting anywhere from late May until August. Optimal weather conditions are during the spring and fall months, and hotels in Atlanta, GA, are not as crowded during this time.

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