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  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Atlanta, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper hotels in Atlanta in June and November.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Atlanta if you stay on a Saturday. The opposite is true for, Friday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 9 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Atlanta hotel.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Atlanta found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was $160, while the most expensive was $503.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their hotel in Atlanta for 6 days.
  • If you visit Atlanta with children, The Westin Atlanta Perimeter North hotel will be your suitable place. The hotel offers storage for keeping your luggage. A restaurant is also on-site to ensure that your children have meals and drinks. The babysitting or child care services and cribs available in the hotel allow you to leave your child and enjoy the vacation without worrying about their safety.
  • Travelers who would love to visit the High Museum of art in Atlanta can book a room at the SpringHill Suites by Marriott Atlanta Perimeter Center. The hotel lies about 9.8 miles from the historic site and 6.3 miles from the Atlanta History Center, offering an excellent opportunity for history lovers to learn about the place. The hotel has a snacks vending machine allowing you to get your preferred snacks before the visit.
  • Suppose you want any financial services after landing in Atlanta, you can access cash machines and ATMs by the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson, which is about 14.4 miles, or the Atlanta De Kalb/Peachtree, which is approximately 4.3 miles from the Intercontinental Buckhead Atlanta, An IHG Hotel. You can also access banking and credit services from the hotel premises. The hotel has an on-site currency exchange station if you want to convert to the local currency.
  • Visitors who would love to experience the delight of having a homemade meal can make a reservation at Hotel Clermont. The hotel has a well-equipped kitchen that allows you to prepare food conveniently. There is also a mini-market –site allowing you to shop for the ingredients you want to use. You can conveniently brew your coffee and tea from the hotel asit has a coffee and tea maker.
  • If you are a guest visiting Atlanta to get a taste of the various food in this city, you may want to book a room in the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. The hotel is about 0.4 miles away from the city center, which restaurants surround. The short distance will allow you to walk to and from and get the whole experience.
  • Downtown Atlanta is divided into four main districts or neighborhoods: Castleberry Hill, the Convention and Entertainment District, Fairlie-Poplar and Sweet Auburn. Staying Downtown puts you in close proximity to the Georgia Aquarium, two sporting arenas, World of Coca-Cola, and the Center for Civil and Human Rights. Some good Downtown options include the Glenn Hotel, Autograph Collection, which offers room service, or the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, which features both an outdoor and indoor pool.
  • Buckhead, or the Beverly Hills of the East, is the commercial center of Atlanta and home to many of the luxurious hotels in Atlanta. The beautiful architecture, tree-lined streets and multiple shopping centers make this district the ideal location to stay if you're interested in the latest fashions, gourmet food, and rooftop lounges and bars. The Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta or the 5-star St Regis Atlanta are two luxurious hotel options.
  • If you're interested in art, check out hotels in Midtown Atlanta, or Heart of the Arts district, which gives you easy access to the High Museum of Art and theaters. When you're done taking in the art, take a walk on Peachtree – the long, walkable part of the city – before retiring to your hotel. Consider the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta or the Hyatt Atlanta Midtown.
  • To experience Atlanta’s nightlife, stay at a hotel near Downtown, as it can be a good option to start your night. At the SkyLounge at Glenn Hotel, you can drink sophisticated cocktails with a great view of the city. If you are looking for something more creative, visit the Castleberry Hill neighborhood. One good option in this area is the Clarion Inn and Suites Atlanta.
  • While Atlanta offers many hotels, including 3-star and budget-friendly hotels, there are many luxury hotels to choose from to make your stay in Atlanta even more special. Excellent 5-star hotel include The Whitley, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Atlanta Buckhead and The Ritz-Carlton Atlanta.

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