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- Georgia Aquarium
- Georgia World Congress Center
- Philips Arena
- Atlanta Botanical Garden
- Perimeter Mall
- Atlanta History Center
- Centennial Olympic Park
- Cumberland Mall
- Lenox Square
- Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
- Six Flags Over Georgia
- Emory University
- Atlantic Station
- Stonecrest Mall
- Camp Creek Marketplace
- Fox Theatre
- CNN Center
- Piedmont Park
- Georgia International Convention Center
Four Star Atlanta hotels
Most popular areas in Atlanta for 4-star hotelsAtlanta caters well for travelers in search of that popular balance between luxury and affordability offered by 4-star accommodations, and the city bursts with options that won't disappoint. Take the high-rise towers of Midtown, where charcuterie restaurants rub shoulders with panoramic views of the great metropolis, spas add to the offering, and there are great transport connections to boot. Downtown is a more cultural alternative, with modern plaza hotels packed with pools and opulent lounges. Then there's Buckhead in the north, where you'll be keeping company with Atlanta's A-listers and celebs.
Top 4-star hotels in AtlantaIt's the famous name of the Sheraton on Courtland Street that takes the biscuit as one of the top-rated 4-star hotels in the city. Close to the historic reaches of Sweet Auburn, the huge hotel has orchid-peppered gardens and an 8-shaped pool in the courtyard. Next is the striking luxury of Westin Peachtree Plaza, with a domed pool area, full fitness center, and floor-to-ceiling windows in the suites. Meanwhile, the Hyatt offers elegant Art Deco interiors and gymnasiums in a great Midtown location that's close to all the treats of Piedmont.
Where to find the best restaurants in AtlantaOyster houses and Italian ice-cream parlors, stacked American burgers, Tex-Mex, and the treats of the rustic Emerald Isle all await at the crossroads of Virginia Highland – a particularly multicultural area east of Downtown that's throbbing after dark. Meanwhile, the self-contained food courts of Atlantic Station host cool cafés and Asian kitchens, which all are neatly balanced out by the medley of ethnic joints on Peachtree Road leading to Buckhead, which ranges from jalapeno-packed Yucatan staples to saffron-scented Persian fare.
The most popular things to do in AtlantaAtlanta is right to boast about its world-class institutions and museums, which range from the acclaimed Georgia Aquarium – the single largest aquarium in the world, and a stomping ground of whale sharks and tropical fish besides – to the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site – a lasting relic of the great Civil Rights leader that's found in Sweet Auburn. You could also try your hand on the anchor desk at the soaring CNN Center in the midst of Centennial Park District, or unravel the story of fizzy Coca-Cola in the nearby museum dedicated to Atlanta's own drink. And in the evening, there's the town's thespian side, which emerges in the form of Macbeth and more at the Shakespeare Tavern, and comes courtesy of Wagner at the Atlanta Opera.
Best ways to get around AtlantaAtlanta is a well-connected city thanks to the presence of the extensive Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority. This runs all the light rail and bus lines throughout town, and links all of the major districts. It can be used with a contactless Breeze Card that's purchased at the main stations – look for the distinct multi-colored signs. Taxi firms and Uber operate here too, and it's always better to call ahead rather than hail a ride in the street. The Atlanta Relay Bike Share is great for those who want to move on 2 wheels.
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