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Family friendly travelling in Atlanta

Most popular areas in Atlanta for family-friendly hotels

With its shark-infested, rainbowfish-peppered Georgia Aquarium and the bubbling World of Coca-Cola on the menu, it's easy to see why families love Atlanta. And it certainly doesn't disappoint accommodation wise eithetr, as roomy motels fringe the interstates on the outskirts of town, offering affordable beds and quieter stays. There's also the city's wealth of luxurious family options in happening Midtown, complete with pools and spas for unwinding after a sightseeing odyssey. Peachtree is another option, with plenty of adjoining suites that offer prime access to the major museums and institutions of Centennial Park.

Top family-friendly hotels in Atlanta

At the opulent Loews Atlanta Hotel, it's all about keeping the family comfortable and pampered on that wholesome holiday to Gate City. You'll get a bespoke spa, huge bathrooms in every room, and a fine location in Piedmont. The luxury theme continues at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, which can be found in the very heart of Downtown, beckoning with an indoor and outdoor pool, a duo of restaurants, and even connecting suites for families. The Hyatt Atlanta is also worth a mention, especially because of its childcare extras and gorgeous indoor pool facility.

Where to find the best restaurants in Atlanta

There are countless family restaurants awaiting travelers with kids in tow in the hip and happening area of Virginia Highland. Sushi diners and ice-cream stalls pepper the crossroads at the heart of the district, while authentic Georgian surf and turf joints offer a taste of the hills and the sea both at the same time. Drop by the Atlanta Food Truck Park on the north side so the kids can nibble on paneer kebabs from Rajasthan and Tex-Mex tacos. Then there's Cabbagetown, and the area's filling English pub grub to enjoy.

The most popular things to do in Atlanta

Atlanta bursts at the southern seams with unforgettable experiences for the whole family. First off, there are the obvious attractions in and around Centennial Olympic Park: The Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola, the studios of CNN. Why not tour these and add a little history along the way, perhaps with a visit to the old stomping ground of Martin Luther King, or a journey through the Center for Civil and Human Rights? And once you've done with that Georgian heritage, the wild reaches of Atlanta Zoo also wait to the south. With Idgie the red panda, roaring tigers, mountain gorillas, lions, elephants, and – perhaps most notably – the presence of giant pandas, it's easy to see why so many folk opt to head in this direction.

Best ways to get around Atlanta

Arm the whole family with a contactless Breeze Card at the start of your holiday and you'll find getting around on the city's Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority will be much easier. The lines include bus and rapid rail networks, and connect all of the major districts and some outlying counties – stops are marked with colorful signage. Cycling is also an option, while driving around Atlanta is made easy by the efficient infrastructure and abundance of inner-city parking. Uber is a great option for on-demand lifts, and taxi firms operate all over the center.

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