Hotels in Atlanta
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Clarion Hotel & Conference Center North Atlanta
Atlanta 19.9 km from city centre
The Clarion Hotel & Conference Center North Atlanta is ideally located in north Atlanta, Georgia in a corporate office park...
Atlanta 19.2 km from city centre
Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and a fireplace...
Motel 6 Atlanta, Ga Stadium
Atlanta 18.6 km from city centre
Conveniently located off Interstate 75 in Atlanta, Georgia, the hotel is close to Cumberland Mall and Galleria Specialty...
Travelodge By Wyndham Stockbridge Atlanta South
Atlanta 24.8 km from city centre
This hotel offers designated smoking areas. Due to COVID-19, this property’s food and beverage options may be limited. Featured...
Red Roof Inn Atlanta Six Flags
Atlanta 13.6 km from city centre
Hartsfield-Jackson Intl Airport Head East on N Terminal Pkwy. Turn left toward Camp Creek Pkwy. Follow signs for I-85 S/I-285/Montgomery/RiverdaleRd/Camp...
Quality Inn Atlanta Airportcentral
Atlanta 15.1 km from city centre
The preferred airport for Super 8 Atlanta Airport is Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl.) - 2 km / 1.2 mi....
Hampton Inn Atlantacumberland Mall/cobb Galleria Area
Atlanta 16.3 km from city centre
The Hampton Inn Atlanta-Cumberland Mall/NW in Georgia is conveniently located at the junction of I-285 and I-75 next to the...
Tourism in Atlanta
Founded in 1837, Atlanta, originally called Marthasville, is one of the best developed cities in the USA. Since then, this city has experienced strong growth in its population, generating a high population density.
The southern city has one of the largest airports in the States, with a large influx of flights from all over the country and even some international flights. And Atlanta is one of the headquarters of one of the leading companies in the United States, Delta Airlines.
Among the multitude of entertainment options which this city offers, are the Georgia Aquarium, the Coca Cola factory, the Olympic Park, the headquarters of CNN or watching the local baseball team, the Atlanta Braves or basketball with the Atlanta Hawks. One of the most unknown aspects about this city is that it is where the film Gone with the Wind was made, depicting the typical southern style of the this, and in Atlanta tours are organized based on this novel. And as if this were not enough, Atlanta is the birthplace of Martin Luther King, and where also tours are offered, related to the Reverend, human rights activists, who also won the Nobel Peace Prize. Its not one of the most attractive cities of the United States, but one of the cities with the strongest cultural and economic development and tourism that will certainly surprise travelers.