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Hotels in Atlanta near Turner Field

Turner Field Introduction

Turner Field is the former home of the Major League Baseball team, the Atlanta Braves. It was named in honor of media mogul, Ted Turner, who founded the Atlanta-based Cable News Network (CNN) and Turner Broadcasting System (TBS). Originally built for use during the 1996 Summer Olympics, it was then converted to a 49,000-seat baseball park. After the final game held at Turner Field in 2016, the home plate was withdrawn from the field and moved to the team’s new home. The venue was sold to Georgia State University in 2016 and renovated to resemble a football stadium.

Hotels near Turner Field

There are several 3- and 4-star properties near the venue, as well as budget hotels. Some of the more upscale hotels are located in downtown Atlanta, which is an 8-minute drive from the venue. Atlanta is busy and humid during summer, and room rates are high. Though it doesn’t snow much in the winter, it's often very cold, and with low visitor numbers, this is the best time to visit if you’re on a budget. Otherwise, the pleasant weather and average prices during fall are a good compromise.

Where to stay near Turner Field

Downtown Atlanta is a hub of activity. It’s a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood about 10 minutes from Turner Field, and is home to many restaurants and art galleries. Street performances are also common on these busy sidewalks. About half an hour north of this area is Buckhead, an affluent neighborhood known for its high-end shopping centers, buzzy nightlife options, and chic cocktail bars. For a trendier alternative, try East Atlanta, which is a major draw for younger crowds thanks to its hip cafes, funky shops, and the edgy music venues at East Atlanta Village.

Things to see near Turner Field

Zoo Atlanta is approximately a 5-minute drive from Turner Field. It’s especially popular for its giant pandas, which came to Atlanta in 1999 and have resided there since. Ten minutes north of the arena are several major landmarks, including the CNN Center and The World of Coca-Cola, which is about an 8-minute walk. A 2-minute walk from there, the Georgia Aquarium is one of the world’s largest and home to over 120,000 animals. Culture lovers may want to venture a bit further out to the High Center of Art, which is about half an hour by car from the venue.

How to get to Turner Field

Turner Field is approximately 10 minutes by car from downtown Atlanta. Many area hotels offer shuttle service to the venue, but taxis are also readily available. The Georgia State Panther Express shuttle system runs daily from 7 a.m. to midnight and stops routinely at Turner Field. Underground Atlanta, the city’s bustling shopping district in the Five Points neighborhood, is one of the main attractions nearest the venue. By car, it’s about 12 minutes away. Some of the hotels within blocks of Turner Field also offer free shuttle service.

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