Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau

CVB
Hotels787
Convention Center362,322 sq. m
Guest Rooms94,155
Guest Rooms at 1 Hotel1,260 Guest Rooms
Special Event Venues535
Average Room Rate$140.00
Restaurants8,270
Daily Food Cost$56.00
Occupancy Rate53%
Tax Rate8%

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Distance from Airport

  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

    16.09 km from City Center

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Meeting attendees who wish to mix a little pleasure with their business travel can take time out for shopping in Buckhead, the Beverly Hills of the Southeast, or bring the family along for outings to Six Flags over Georgia, Stone Mountain Park, LEGOLAND Discovery Center, and Zoo Atlanta. Atlanta’s extensive art scene and rich history create cultural offerings unmatched in the South. Explore Atlanta from the Civil War through the Civil Rights Movement at the Atlanta History Center and Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, or The Center for Civil and Human Rights. Take in a play or concert at the historic Fox Theatre or Woodruff Arts Center and view masterpieces at The High Museum of Art. For those with an appetite for sports, Atlanta will soon be home to the College Football Hall of Fame, opening August 2014. Take an evening to explore one of Atlanta’s in-town neighborhoods. Head over to West Midtown for award-winning dining and trendy boutique shopping or visit East Atlanta for live music, bar hopping and street art. Want to cheer on the home team? Atlanta is home to MLB’s Atlanta Braves, the NFL’s Falcons, WNBA Dream and NBA Hawks, meaning no matter the time of year, there is bound to be a game to catch. Beginning in 2017 Atlanta will also be home to an MLS team, which will play in the Falcons’ new state-of-the-art retractable roof stadium, scheduled for a 2017 completion. In Atlanta, our award-winning dining scene is reinventing Southern style with locally-sourced menus and down home inspiration. Atlanta chefs serve up dishes from the new kitchen of the old South, putting their own spin on grandma’s traditional southern favorites. And we’re not talking just any chefs, but James Beard Award-winning chefs. Atlanta chefs have received James Beard Award semifinalist nods 46 times in the past six years, and in 2012, Linton Hopkins and Hugh Acheson brought home medals when they tied for Best Chef, Southeast. Though the accolades continue to roll in, the city’s dining scene remains approachable and experiential. For a dining experience like no other, visit Top Chef Kevin Gillespie’s Gunshow. Here you will find communal seating and delectable Southern bites served dim sum style. Get to know your neighbor and make new friends feel like old ones at this one-of-a-kind restaurant.

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