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Open 24 hours a day, find an assortment of snacks at The Market.
Stay connected with our 24-hour business center.
Outdoor Patio & Fire Pit
While staying in the Atlanta Buckhead area, enjoy the outdoors on our patio and cozy up near our stylish fire pit. You'll be able to relax with family, mingle with friends or even meet with colleagues.
MARTA – Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
Sit back and enjoy the ride. MARTA is Atlanta's rapid transit system and is the key to getting around Atlanta and conveniently located near the hotel.
Find the best shopping in Atlanta right here in Buckhead.
Atlanta's Piedmont Park is the city's favorite in-town park for hosting a variety of events and activities.
The Georgia State Capitol is one of only forty-three National Historic Landmarks in Georgia. The capitol has been the focus of Georgia policy and law-making during the state's greatest periods of growth, and the scene of countless colorful events in the state's history.
Atlanta was established in 1837 and the city rose from the ashes of the Civil War to become a national center of commerce. Atlanta is the primary transportation hub of the southeast via highway, railroad and air, with Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport being the world's busiest airport.
CNN Atlanta offers a once-in-a-lifetime view of the global headquarters of CNN.
High Museum of Art
The High Museum of Art, located in Atlanta, is the leading art museum in the Southeastern United States.
World of Coca-Cola
The World of Coca-Cola is the only place where you can experience the fascinating story of the world's best-known beverage brand in a dynamic, multimedia attraction.
Swan House was built in 1928 for the Inman's, who accumulated wealth from cotton brokerage and investments on transportation, banking and real estate. The house was acquired by the Atlanta Historical Society in 1966 and is now a historic house museum with many of the Inman's original furnishings.
Originally built as the Olympic Stadium for the 1996 Centennial Summer Olympics, the stadium was converted into a baseball stadium, home of the Atlanta Braves.