The southern charm of this hotel is warm and inviting.
The historic Marriott Stone Mountain Inn provides magnificent views of the famous Stone Mountain.
The Inn is a carefully preserved replica of a nineteenth century plantation.
Sit on the porch in a rocking chair on a warm summer night.
Gather with friends and family in our cozy lobby after a day of fun at Stone Mountain Park.
Stone Mountain Inn welcomes you to enjoy superb comfort characterized by grand spaces with high ceilings in our lobby and traditional but light southern décor highlighted throughout our property.
Lobby - Grand Staircase
Come walk through the front doors of the historic Stone Mountain Inn and experience a replica of a nineteenth century plantation, where you will be surrounded by historical flair and southern hospitality at its finest.
Located inside Georgia's Stone Mountain Park, the historic Stone Mountain Inn’s Patio area is ideal for a quiet vacation or a family gathering.
Nestled at the foot of Stone Mountain, and just minutes from our hotel, the Stone Mountain Golf Club offers two championship courses, Stonemont and Lakemont. Each course offers breathtaking views and natural rock formations that will make your round of golf truly a memorable one.
Lakemont Golf Course
Play a round of golf on the challenging Lakemont Golf Course, located just two miles from the hotel in one of the most popular attractions in Georgia, Stone Mountain Park.
Discover the largest high relief sculpture in the world, the Confederate Memorial Carving, depicts three Confederate heroes of the Civil War, President Jefferson Davis and Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson.
Stone Mountain – SkyHike
Visit SkyHike to trek through the treetops on one of the nation's largest family adventure courses. No two hikes are the same! Your choices make each hike a new challenge while secured to the patented overhead safety system.
Stone Mountain Summit
Just follow the painted yellow line and enjoy the unique scenery and spectacular views. Restrooms, a snack bar, and souvenirs are located in the building on top of the mountain and are accessible during operating hours for the Summit Skyride.
Stone Mountain – Bike Trails
Bicyclists can ride along the paved roadways inside the park. There is a dedicated bicycle lane on Robert E. Lee Blvd. on the back side of the mountain between Confederate Hall and the Grist Mill.
Stone Mountain – Mountain Trail
While on top of the mountain, 1,683 feet above sea level, enjoy amazing views of downtown Atlanta, the North Georgia Mountains and the surrounding area. On a haze-free day, you can see 60 miles from the mountain.
Stone Mountain – Mountainvision
This not-to-be missed Atlanta tradition promises to wow your family with state-of the-art digital graphics and awe-inspiring effects. Experience multi-dimensional magic on one of the world's largest outdoor screens - Stone Mountain. See a dazzling display of neon laser lights featuring characters, stories, graphics and fireworks choreographed to popular musical scores, transforming the park into a natural amphitheater.
Stone Mountain – The Summit Skyride
The rock's top attraction is The Summit Skyride. This high-speed Swiss cable car provides a stunning view of the Confederate Memorial Carving as it transports guests more than 825 feet above ground to the top of Stone Mountain.
Stone Mountain – Nature Garden Trail
At the Nature Garden Trail you can walk among native plants, flowering shrubs, clear mountain streams and towering trees. It is a place to admire the beauty of nature, a place of quiet reflection to learn about native plants and wildflowers.
Stone Mountain – The Marketplace
The Marketplace at Stone Mountain Park offers "Great Food to Go," making it easy to enjoy your day and evening at the park. From mid-morning snacks to complete dinners, many healthy and satisfying choices are within quick reach in a friendly atmosphere.
Ride the Ducks
Learn about Stone Mountain Park's history in a splashy way with Ride The Ducks™. Check out the only tour where you go from land to water to land again and you never leave your seat! The Duck vehicles are 1940's era Army DUKWs, converted into comfortable open-air vehicles for your viewing and listening pleasure.