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

Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center

100 CNN Center, Atlanta - Map
"Perfect Location!"
Perfect location close to all the attractions that are available on the Atlanta City Pass. My son and I stayed for two days and we were within walking distance to all the attractions we wanted to see. The hotel is clean and our room had the perfect view of the Ferris Wheel. Would stay there again.
Traveller from Florida
Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center is conveniently located in the heart of downtown, connected to Philips Arena through CNN …More
Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center

800 Spring St Nw, Atlanta - Map
"Great experience"
Awesome overall experience, right in the heart of Georgia Tech campus. Need to update fitness center and services!
Traveller from RI
In the heart of Technology Square, this state-of-the-art hotel is on the Georgia Tech campus, 2 blocks from Atlanta's MARTA …More
Loews Atlanta Hotel - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Loews Atlanta Hotel

1065 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta - Map
"Wonderful stay in Atlanta Thanks to Loews"
The hotel was great. Would definitely stay here again. Very comfy bed and luxury bath toiletries. I have to mention Ashley at the Concierge Desk who was super sweet and very helpful.
A Traveller
All guest rooms at the Loews Atlanta feature plush 300+ thread count linens and bedding, bath sheets and down comforters …More
Red Lion Hotel Atlanta Airport - College Park Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Red Lion Hotel Atlanta Airport

1419 Virginia Avenue, College Park - Map
"Just ok"
Good but too many roaches and bugs on the floow. No coffee machine,or way to heat up water in room.
Traveller from beijing
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from College Park Golf Course and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Georgia …More
The Highland Inn - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

The Highland Inn

644 North Highland Avenue, Atlanta - Map
"Good old style hotel in nice neighborhood"
The Highland Inn provided a nice neighborhood to walk from. I tried to walk to the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library , but overshot it and ended back to it a little late in the day to visit the library. But no matter, I had an interesting conversation with a resident of the neighborhood who was walking to a business on Highland Ave. I enjoyed the Italian Restaurant a few blocks north of the hotel, and especially liked the diner up on Ponce de Leon Ave. It dates from the 1920's and has nice food. I just used the MARTA bus from that avenue to the North Ave MARTA rail station for sightseeing downtown at Peachtree Center. No need for a car. I left for the airport that same method to return home.
Traveller from Orlando,FL
The Highland Inn is in the upmarket neighborhood of Poncey-Highland, a 10-minute drive from downtown Atlanta and close to …More
Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

75 14th St Ne, Atlanta - Map
This hotel is absolutely perfect from the rooms to the staff. I would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Birmingham, AL
Renowned for its superb service, this Midtown Atlanta hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Woodruff Arts Center, home to the …More
Hyatt Regency Atlanta Downtown - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hyatt Regency Atlanta Downtown

265 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta - Map
"great place in downtown ATL."
i had a great experience. First, we arrived super early on Saturday around 10am, but Tyler at the front desk gave us cold water bottles and hooked us up with an early check-in. That was super nice after catching such an early flight to be able to nap. After going up to our room, 1253, Tyler called us just to make sure we were satisfied with it. I jokingly told him it was very beige, which it was, but we were super satisfied. We had what's called an Executive king it think. The room was really spacious, all beige and wood tones, and could really use another color, but still very nice. Our balcony was more like a glass door with a railing in front of it, not the same as some of the other rooms so I guess it's luck of the draw. It's an older building, but well maintained with beautiful lobbies and hallways. The room wasn't perfect. Some people will post pictures of a scuff on a wall or a small chip on piece of furniture, but I think that's ridiculous, and people like have expectations that can never be met. The room was very clean including the linens and the carpet so props to the housekeeping staff. Also, there were lots of electric outlets built into the nightstands, and our room had a sort of small foyer before walking in which was cute. I've normally stay at Hilton or Ritz, but I will definitely be staying with Hyatt again.
Traveller from Miami, FL
Hyatt Regency Atlanta Downtown is located on Peachtree Street, a 15-minute walk from Georgia World Congress Center. The hotel …More
Inn at the Peachtrees - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Inn at the Peachtrees

330 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta - Map
"Thumbs Up!"
Excellent value for the price. Staff was very pleasant, Room clean and comfortable. Location outstanding, we parked our car in their underground garage and did not move it until it was time to go home.
A Traveller
Located in Downtown Atlanta, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Museum of Design Atlanta, World of Coca Cola, and …More
La Quinta Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport North - East Point Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

La Quinta Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport North

1200 Virginia Ave, East Point - Map
"Close to the airport with parking and shuttle "
I stayed one night before a flight with my wife and 3 kids ages 5, 10, and 13. The hotel is nice and 10 minutes from the airport. They offer long term parking for $5 a day and have a shuttle every half hour to the airport starting at 4:30am. The breakfast was decent. The staff was very nice and friendly. My only issue was that it said room for 5 but that wasn't true. They had no roll aways although I requested in advance so my oldest slept on the floor. The pillows were like rocks. The sink is outside of the bathroom so it will disturb everyone else if someone gets up earlier and gets ready.
Traveller from Atlanta
Situated in East Point, this hotel is 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from College Park Golf Course and 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Georgia …More
W Atlanta Midtown - Atlanta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

W Atlanta Midtown

188 14th Street NE, Atlanta - Map
"front desk host Latoya was rude"
Besides that the hotel was great the pool needs to be updated, and relocated to be more visual add an upscale bar at the pool, and the elevators were very slow and made some noise while it was moving. The location is great and our room was excellent, great view of the city. I would stay at this W again because I had such a fantastic time at the downstairs bar and the strawberries to my room for my birthday was fantastic.
A Traveller
3 miles from downtown Atlanta, this hotel is also a block from Piedmont Park and 2 blocks from the High Museum of Art.More

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    Atlanta Hotel & Travel Guide

    Nothing is more compelling than a riveting origin story to you. And perhaps this mentality is partially what’s led to Atlanta, Georgia, becoming the flourishing destination it is today. Established in 1837, the city sprung up out of need as the railroad was developed—but since that time, the Big Peach has become a hub of American history, business, and entertainment. You may find that your story begins to take shape as well while staying at one of the top hotels in Atlanta. After all, legends aren’t created overnight, they develop over time. So with ample time available to explore the opulent residences of Buckhead and the art galleries of Midtown, you head to the American South with the hopes of furthering your travel story.

    Out and About in Atlanta

    When staying at hotels in Atlanta, it’s best to pick up some tidbits about the city’s foundation before exploring it to the fullest. In the city’s Buckhead district, which has been around since 1838, you’ll marvel at larger-than-life mansions that line the street corners before heading to the Atlanta History Center. The museum comprises 33 acres of Georgia land and you’ll stroll through the lush grounds learning about the origins of the city. Further your tour down memory lane by visiting a site that holds special importance to the nation’s history—the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. Visit the place where Dr. King grew up, read his words that inspired and empowered millions, and pay homage to the man who helped change the course of American history for the better.

    After spending the afternoon engaged in the past, you’ll feel a sense of calm wash over you as you immerse yourself in more modern attractions. You can think of no better place to start than the Georgia Aquarium, which houses thousands of aquatic creatures. Watch in awe as massive beluga whales peacefully swim through cerulean waters and otters playfully put on floating displays for anyone willing to stop and watch. Of course there’s no end of things to do in Atlanta, and you’ll find a place to stop and pause at the High Museum of Art. Contemporary marvels in conjunction with exhibitions of the past tactfully exist side-by-side—a phenomenon you’ve come to associate with the grandeur and modernity of the streets of Atlanta.

    Eating and Drinking

    To power yourself through your day of sightseeing, you’ll need to satiate yourself with some traditional Southern fare—not a bad assignment to have. Cheap hotels in Atlanta gain you access to its reputable food scene; from swanky brunch bars in Midtown to mouthwatering Mexican cuisine in the Old Fourth Ward—but at its core, the city will always flourish at what it does best, classic Southern food and hospitality to boot.

    Your eyes will surely be bigger than your stomach as you sit down in one of the countless eateries near the downtown Atlanta hotelsserving up soulful cuisine. You take a deep breath and dive right into the menu as the waiter stands attentively nearby: extra crispy fried chicken, a sumptuous side of mac and cheese, deep-fried okra, and a dish of banana pudding topped with vanilla wafers for dessert. Expecting the waiter to be shocked, you pause. But instead, he returns a winning smile your way and turns to enter in the order—this must happen a lot in the Big Peach.

    Green Spaces Galore

    Atlanta has its fair amount of urban attractions to offer, from the sugary sights inside the World of Coca-Cola to the thrilling coasters at Six Flags Over Georgia. But amid the hustle and bustle of the city, there are still several treasured patches of greenery that you can flock to when you need a break from the sprawling city. Piedmont Park offers large luxurious lawns that you can lounge on and on any given day are full of families playing Frisbee, young lovers picnicking, and impromptu games of soccer unfolding. Massive in size, you could truly spend multiple days exploring Piedmont Park, and you might be tempted to. But after feeding ducks in the lake and admiring the city skyline, bid adieu to the 189-acre park and return to one of the best places to stay in Atlanta to reflect on the dreamy day you spent outdoors.

    Day Trips from Atlanta

    Now that you have a handle on what to eat and where to stay in Atlanta, you decide it’s time to investigate the roots of another well-known southern city: Chattanooga, Tennessee. Just 118 miles northwest of the Big Peach, Chattanooga overlooks the picturesque Tennessee River and offers scenic views of the Appalachian Mountains. These stunning shots of nature will give you an idea of the city’s geographical heritage, and its bustling downtown district will offer you a deeper look inside life in Tennessee. Spend the evening shrouded in soft lighting at a local jazz club and sip a resplendent glass of pinot noir from the local winery. As the band begins to play the famous “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” you take the song’s final notes as your cue to head back to Georgia.

    A Bite from the Big Peach

    You end your journey in Atlanta by walking through Centennial Olympic Park, where the 1996 Summer Olympics were held. Here, you are witness to the site where not just a city, or a nation, but the world made history, and for that you feel forever grateful. Your travels through Atlanta have left you much more knowledgeable about the city and more self-aware as well. Luckily, with the availability of affordable accommodations on Travelocity, you were able to secure an Atlanta hotel that was not only comforting, but in close proximity to all the Big Peach has to offer. Until your next sojourn, you’ll remember your trip to Atlanta as one that was instrumental in shaping your origin story—a tale that will be shared with future travelers you encounter and forever treasured in your heart. If you're ready to experience Southern hospitality, vibrancy, and charm, use Travelocity to book anything from a cheap room to one of the many boutique hotels in Atlanta.

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