One of the largest cities in the United States, Atlanta has plenty to interest and entertain visitors on all budgets. A popular business travel destination, with numerous tourist attractions, it won’t be difficult to find a hotel in Atlanta to suit your needs. Summer temperatures reach average highs of around 88 ºF, while winters are generally mild, with lows of around 50 ºF.
When to go to Atlanta Early Fall is a pleasant time to take in the city’s surroundings, so why not look online at Hotels.com to take see if there’s a deal on one of Atlanta’s hotel rooms that takes your fancy? An annual jazz festival in May attracts large crowds.
How to get to AtlantaAround 7 miles to the south of the city is Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). Hotels in downtown Atlanta and beyond can be reached from the airport by the MARTA rail system, as well as many shuttle services and taxis. Buses and shuttles run by MARTA also provide efficient links across the city.
Why visit AtlantaBuckhead hotels are a good base for exploring the main tourist center of the city. The district contains numerous upmarket boutiques and classy restaurants. Peachtree Street in Midtown, is the city’s most famous address and home to some of Atlanta’s tallest skyscrapers. For news and television fans, the CNN Center is worth a visit, while the World of Coca Cola is a hugely popular tourist attraction. Sports fans can visit the stadiums that hosted the Olympic Games in 1996.
Where to stay in AtlantaHotels.com offers a wide range of places to stay, from 3-star hotels to 4-star and 5-star hotels and suites in Atlanta. Budget hotels can be found in the outskirts of the city. Visit our site for Atlanta hotel deals and Atlanta reviews, before booking your stay online.