Redefine convenience and luxury with one click of the mouse by reserving a room or suite for your next trip to Atlanta at the Westin Peachtree Plaza.  Topped by a revolving restaurant with views of the city and...
If you’re flying into the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport for your next trip, give yourself back some time and stay right up close to the terminal at the Hampton Inn Atlanta Airport.  Every day...
Get right into the heart of the city without spending the better part of your budget with a room or suite at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis.  You’ll be walking distance from the Georgia Aquarium and the Philips...
Just a 15-minute drive from the airport and footsteps from Centennial Olympic Park and the Georgia Aquarium, the Omni Hotel at CNN Center offers you an elegant stay with convenience to the best spots in Atlanta. ...
Stretch out in your two-room suite before you head down to a free daily breakfast in the lobby at the Embassy Suites Atlanta – Buckhead.  You can spend your day in Downtown Atlanta, only seven miles away, and...
Let the Marriott make your memories magnificent by booking your stay at the Courtyard Atlanta Midtown/Georgia Tech.  With great perks like free Internet and meals at the on-site Bistro, it will give you a great...
Reward yourself with the best perks of one of the most successful brands in the business when you book your stay at the Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown. Even if you don’t want to enjoy the great city attractions...

A Guide to Atlanta, Georgia

Whether you’re traveling for business, heading to check out Atlanta’s myriad of sports teams, or want to explore the culture, music, shopping, and food, it all starts with the hotels in Atlanta. From luxury, five-star establishments to cozy inns, Atlanta has it all.

An Ode to the Railroad

Though the area around Atlanta was home to tribes of the Creek and Cherokee nations for years, it didn’t see its first European settlers until 1822.  The city’s origin, however, was not founded in the settling of its lands but by the building of a railroad.  In 1836, the Western and Atlantic Railroad began development to run between Savannah and the Midwest. After its completion, the settlement of Terminus, or later Thrasherville and then Marthasville, sprung up around its zero milepost.  The chief engineer of the railroad suggested renaming the town once more to Atlantica-Pacifica, and in 1847 it was incorporated under the shortened version of Atlanta.

Due to its location on the railroad line, the town was immersed in the battles of the Civil War ending with it being burnt to the ground by General Sherman in 1864.  Quickly rebuilt the year after and due once again to its nearby tracks, it inherited the status of state’s capital from Milledgeville and began a steady climb in population, popularity, and importance.  It premiered Gone With The Wind, written by local Margaret Mitchell, in 1939 and played a major part in World War II due to its manufacturing companies and, yet again, railroad system.  It became a hot spot for the Civil Right’s Movement as home to Martin Luther King Jr., and it hosted the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.  With a reservation at the hotels in Atlanta, you can witness the result of this prestigious and rich history by exploring the city it created from the comfort of your accommodations.

A Plentiful Present

The present is a gift you can give yourself with a room or suite at the hotels in Atlanta.  Though its beginnings were humble, this city quickly became one of the major metropolitan areas in the United States, and you are going to get the chance to see just how many ways it honors that badge.  If culture and arts interest you even a little bit, A-Town is the place for you.  It boasts almost 40 different museums, that range across the spectrum of content, including the APEX Museum, the Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum, the Delta Flight Museum, the Millennium Gate, and the World of Coca-Cola.  It’s also a rarity in the country as it has permanent, professional companies in all major disciplines; opera, ballet, music, and theater.

Speaking of music, those same hotels in Atlanta that will get you access to great theatrical performances, museums, and street art will also introduce you to some seriously excellent music history.  The Sex Pistols first U.S. show was in Atlanta, Free Bird was recorded in the Fox Theatre and it remains a foundational hub for country music.  And that music scene is still rolling with great local live music in sites all over the city.  For your more standard fare of attractions, you can check out the Georgia Aquarium, the world’s largest indoor aquarium, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Zoo Atlanta, one of only four zoos in the country with a giant panda, and a tour of the city’s lush urban forest on the Kendeda Canopy Walk.

Don’t forget the sports.  The Braves, the Hawks, and the Falcons call Atlanta home and you see them play at the Georgia Dome, Turner Field, or the Philips Arena.  Add in the unforgettable dining at local restaurants, the unbelievable nightlife at a plethora of clubs, and shopping that will turn your wallet or purse inside out, and you may never have time take full advantage of the comfort of your choice of the hotels in Atlanta.

A Bit of Necessary Information

Now that you know a bit about the history of the city and a small sampling of the things you will get to do and see within minutes of the hotels in Atlanta, it’s time to collect some important facts for fleshing out your trip.  The city has four full seasons with a good amount of precipitation in every one.  Expect it to earn the hot in its nickname in the summer with high humidity, but don’t be surprised to feel it cool right down during the winter months as well.

Getting to Atlanta is a breeze whether by plane into the world’s busiest airport, the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, or by car on any one of the major inbound highways, I-20, I-75, or I-85.  Once you’re checked in and ready to see the sights, the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority offers up buses and heavy rail with pick ups and drop offs near every major hub and location.  And to end this necessary blurb of important, but slightly mundane, information, here’s another city fact that is very attractive:  Atlanta has the highest tree coverage in the entire country at 36 percent, gaining it the nickname “city in a forest” and giving you cleaner air and more alluring backdrops.

All That’s Left is Where to Sleep

Now that you are completely sure you not only want, but need, to make a trip into this gem of the south, you have to choose which of the hotels in Atlanta you will be enjoying the benefits of.  To your advantage, the city doesn’t just offer a myriad of things to do, foods to eat, and sights to see, but it also serves up the perfect range of places to stay to accommodate whatever your budget, plans, and group size might be.  Live in the lap of luxury with hotels like the Omni at the CNN Center and the Westin Peachtree Plaza.  Extend your stay and keep the comforts of home at the Embassy Suites or enjoy the benefit of years of practice in hospitality with three separate Courtyard locations.

From the Sheraton to the Hampton and all points between, you have before you a set of selections that will let you choose among the best of services and amenities, from full-service business centers and exercise facilities to free breakfast and wireless Internet to on-site one-of-a-kind dining.  Experience the best the city has to offer with a stay at one of the hotels in Atlanta today.