Travelers on a limited budget may book one of the 93 cheap hotels in Atlanta, such as the affordable Hilton Suites Atlanta Perimeter. Beverly Hills Inn is an affordable choice that is only a 10-minute walk from Buckhead and a 5-minute walk from Fellini's Pizza restaurant.
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Where to stay in Atlanta?
Best cheap hotels in Atlanta
Atlanta airports & Subway stations
Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport-South is conveniently situated 30 minutes' walk from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airport and provides a golf course, a seasonal outdoor pool and animation. To stay near Georgia train station, look into Four Points By Sheraton Atlanta Downtown, which puts you within a short walk of it.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you are traveling to Atlanta, consider hotels in the very heart of the city center such as Ramada Plaza By Wyndham Atlanta Downtown Capitol Park and Home2 Suites By Hilton Atlanta Downtown. In Midtown Atlanta district of Atlanta, you will find the best hotels, such as the 3-star Courtyard Atlanta Midtown/Georgia Tech or the 4-star W Atlanta Midtown.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Atlanta
Jw Marriott Atlanta Buckhead is a great choice that is only a 30-minute walk from Sardis Church that features a tennis court, a health club and tubing. If you like comfort and coziness, think about booking a room at Quality Suites Buckhead Village which is within 10 minutes' walk of The Shops at Buckhead. On the other hand, if you are looking to spend a bit more, you might want to check out the deals at Doubletree By Hilton Atlanta - Marietta and Doubletree By Hilton Atlanta - Northlake.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Atl Gem is a 10-minute walk from MARTA-Georgia State metro station providing easy access to Atlanta's main attractions and all the comforts of a modern apartment. 286 B&Bs in Atlanta are available for booking, such as Brookhaven Gem: Private Room Shared Bth With Wi-Fi or Poncey Retreat. Courtyard Atlanta Buckhead offers good deals in Buckhead - North Atlanta district, and it is rated as a good business hotel. Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown is a resort hotel within walking distance from Centennial Park and Centennial Olympic Park.
City Guide: Discover the best of Atlanta
Say bye to air conditioning in the southern United States.
Atlanta – doesn’t suffer the same oppressive heat as other cities in the south. This city with humid summers and mild winters appears to be occasionally cold by southern US standards with summer temperatures rarely reaching 30degC. Thus, before air conditioning was put to use, Atlanta had been a shelter to hide from the southern American sun.
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Humid climate of Atlanta is partly affected by its geography from strip hills, forests, lakes and ponds, and granite Stone Mountain - all scattered throughout the 343sq km of the city area. Every kilometer of Atlanta is well-inhabited with general number of 540,900 people adapted to living in the shade of Atlanta high-rises.
Skyscrapers of Downtown, Midtown, and Buckhead make up three skylines of Atlanta dominated with Bank of America Plaza – the tallest building in the United States at 1,023ft (312m). Since the late 1970s dozens of new skyscrapers by the hands of such luminaries as Philip Johnson and Marcel Breuer have reshaped Atlanta's cityscape. But the city is not only about modern high-rises, it as well balances new tendencies with old architecture. Attractions include;
- Georgia Aquarium, the largest one in the world
- Centennial Olympic Park with the world’s largest fountain featuring the Olympic symbol of five interconnecting rings
- Georgia Dome, world’s largest cable-supported dome
- Margaret Mitchell House and Museum, a tiny apartment where author Margaret Mitchell wrote epic novel, Gone with the Wind
''It will come to you, this love of Atlanta. There's no gettin' away from it…'' uttered Gerald O'Hara, a hero from the iconic film version of Gone with the Wind – a symbol of Hollywood’s Golden Era. The 1936 novel hit the screen three years after it had been written in Atlanta claiming the city to be a great figure of civil rights movement.
Civil Rights leaders were the representatives of a new Atlanta. Their monumental sacrifices consequently gave birth to modern Atlanta that even hosted the 1996 Olympics.
Today, Atlanta stays along New York, Houston and Dallas on the world business scene.
The 2008 survey of Loughborough University classifies Atlanta as ''beta world city''. Atlanta is really a destination of Fortune 500 companies among them the Coca Cola Company, which is headquartered in Atlanta.
From its cultural tapestry to industrial boom, Atlanta can't be captured in text, the entire city should be seen with the help of Booked.net – reliable bookings and no agency fees.