There is so much to be said for a value stay in a great city like Atlanta. Getting a great value for your stay in a downtown area is an easy way to more comfortably afford sightseeing and eating out. Atlanta has some of the most delicious southern cuisine in the South, as well as a strong Civil War connection for history buffs to explore. Whether you are traveling for business or leisure, you can always use a great value on your hotels near Georgia State University in Altanta.
Students and their parents visiting the Georgia State University will be able to make so much more out of their trip to the university by staying in the Motel 6 Atlanta Downtown or the Savannah Suites Pine Street. If you would prefer something a bit more upscale, then the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel or the Castlebury Inn and Suites will be more up your alley and still provide you with a convenient Downtown Atlanta location.
Either way if you stay at any of these options you will have a great location near the metro stations and the public bus stops, saving you the hassle of driving in downtown. Sighting seeing options are everywhere in Downtown Atlanta. When you stay in a hotel near Georgia State University, you will be close to the Georgia Dome, Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site, Centennial Olympic Park, World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium, and the Georgia State University itself.
Don’t overlook the campus when planning your itinerary. Hotels near Georgia State University in Atlanta put you within easy reach of fun campus events. There are festivals like the Festival of New Music From Mexico to football, basketbal, baseball, and softball games.
Dining options in Downtown Atlanta will have you coming back for more. Whether you are a huge southern food enthusiast or not, Downtown Atlanta has something to offer everyone. If you enjoy lobster, the Atlanta Grill on 181 Peachtree Street NE serves succulent lobster BLTS’s with live jazz music, steaks, and great cocktail options. Pittypat’s Porch is a great option for local southern favorites with mouthwatering fried chicken, great sides, and a reputation for making delicious mint juleps. If you are craving a juicy burger after your admissions tour at Georgia State University, then be sure and try Ted’s Montana Grill. Ted’s has an Old West-theme and is well known for its burgers, especially the bison burgers. Best of all these great dining options are within a 12-minute walk or a 10-minute metro ride from the Georgia State University.
Getting around the downtown is relatively straight forward with the metro and public bus system right at hand. Georgia State University is within walking distance to the metro and the hotels near the Georgia State University in Atlanta are also close to stations. You will not even need a rental car, if you don’t mind walking short distances. SO save on parking and pack your comfortable walking shoes on this trip. Comfortable walking shoes are definitely a good idea during your tours of Georgia State University as well. The campus is quite vast.