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What you should know about Downtown Atlanta

When can I find the best deals on Hotels in Downtown Atlanta?

Downtown Atlanta is undergoing a long-term resurgence that began with the 1996 Olympic Games. This new lease of life means the city draws substantial crowds for its lively nightlife, retail shopping, and conventions. Within minutes of the Georgia World Congress Center, there are more than 10,000 hotel rooms to pick from. With easy access to the MARTA transport system and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and more than 300 restaurants to choose from, it's hardly surprising that this is now the place to be. Like most of the South, the shoulder months are the most comfortable weather-wise, but you can score some great deals in the winter and summer months.

What are the Top Hotels in Downtown Atlanta?

You'll be spoiled for choice when you're planning your Atlanta getaway. Housed in a towering 73-floor skyscraper, The Westin Peachtree Plaza couldn't be better placed. Inside, you'll find everything from floor-to-ceiling picture windows to indoor pools. There are few more impressive lobbies than the atrium at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, which you can look up at from the Pulse cocktail lounge at its base. The Hyatt Regency Atlanta serves cocktails in Polaris, its rotating restaurant and lounge, and Southern style cuisine in the Dine at Sway restaurant.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Downtown Atlanta?

Most of the gleaming skyscraper hotels line up along Peachtree Street and if you can drag yourself away from the rooftop or pool, you can walk in the nearby Winn Park or the 3-acre Atlanta Botanical Garden, which hosts gigs and cocktail parties in the summer months. If you're staying on Ivan Allen Junior Boulevard, you'll be close to the city's top attractions like the Georgia Aquarium, while the hotels on Luckie Street are close to the 20-story SkyView Ferris wheel and the Rialto Center for the Arts.

What are Hotels like in Downtown Atlanta?

The big players in the industry dominate the hotel scene in Downtown Atlanta, but that's not to say that they are drab or boring. In fact, it's quite the opposite. Housed in their glistening structures of glass and steel, you'll find some of the most exciting places in the city. You can expect funky, design-led décor, luxurious spas, indoor pools, and fitness centers. Whereas once hotels focused on the needs of either business or leisure travelers, the chains have become experts at attracting both with high-tech facilities and entertainment.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Downtown Atlanta?

You'll perhaps be surprised to hear that Downtown Atlanta has plenty of well-priced hotels. Head to the outer part of the district and you can find pricing starting from $75 a night. As you creep further towards the attractions, the prices climb and you can expect to pay somewhere between $150 to $250 for a comfortable mid-range. When you start looking at suites and larger guestrooms in the top end hotels, you'll be looking at prices which hover around $400, though it can be considerably cheaper if you visit during the winter, after the holiday hike.

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