Amerisuites Atlanta Perimeter Center

1005 Crestline Parkway, Atlanta, Georgia, 30328, United States
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Left Luggage facilities in Atlanta?

by GrossPierre

Hi, we will be routing through Atlanta next month and we have a long ( 10 hour) stopover before flying on to Eurpoe.

We are flying with 2 different airlines which means we'll have to collect our luggage then check it in again, with the new airline.

With such a long stopover I was thinking of exploring Atlanta a little but of course that gives us the problem of what to do with our luggage. Are there any facilities for storing luggage at Atlanta, or is that a thing of the past?

Would the second airline ( Delta) allow us to check our luggage in really early for the onward Atlanta/Paris leg?

Re: Left Luggage facilities in Atlanta?

by nhoolb

It seems there is, at Wrap-A-Bag, check on:

Re: Left Luggage facilities in Atlanta?

by OiKnow

Call Delta customer service. I have checked bags as much as 5-6 hours before flight time with them in the USA and never had them question it. Limtied check in times seems to be more of a European practice.


Re: Left Luggage facilities in Atlanta?

by kathymof

Who is the first airline? Not sure why you have to collect your luggage and re-check it. Most US airlines are willing to check luggage all the way through as long as you are with a commercial carrier that has the ability to transfer luggage - the only time I have ever had trouble with this was with British Airways in Edinburgh and they were just being obnoxious and would not transfer to United because they were not partners.

Re: Left Luggage facilities in Atlanta?

by lostparrot

Airports should have lockers for rent , but not sure how big they are. But I can't remember if it was Atlanta or Denver that stopped letting people use them. sorry, I guess I am no help!

Travel Tips for Atlanta


by cobrioc

The city has three main areas, Buchead, Midtown and Downtown, which run North to South. Buchead is a mecca for shopping and night
Midtown is a great place to eat and take in the arts at the Woodruff Arts Center.
Downtown is home to Underground Atlanta and Sweet Auburn, Martin Luther King Jr.'s neighborhood.

Atlanta Braves

by balfor

There are a few things you can do that will really help to make the game a very fun experience.

1. Remember that for the most part, baseball is a game with a good bit of waiting and then a lot of action. There isn't something happening on the field all of the time.

2. Baseball is a social event as much as it is a sporting event. Have fun and enjoy your time at the stadium as that is an important part of the game as well.

3. There are quite a few things that go on at the stadium before the game. Make sure you show up early so you can enjoy some of the pre-game events. Also, it is quite normal for there to be a batting practice several hours before the official start of the game. During this time you can normally get down to the very first rows of the stands and watch the players up close.

4. If it is supposed to be sunny, make sure you have put on sunscreen and have a ball cap (or buy one at the stadium. A souvenir that is also useful!)to keep the sun out of your eyes.

5. Bring a camera with a telephoto lens if possible. Much of the action will be on the field and you will be a distance from it. A regular camera is good for showing off the stadium, not the game.

6. If you have them, bring some binoculars along so you can watch the players up close! It isn't a requirement to have them, so id you don't have/need binoculars at home, don't worry about it for the game. (But without mine, I wouldn't have known that former President Jimmy Carter was at the ball game I went to a couple of weeks ago.)

7. And while we take our baseball seriously, a trip to the stadium is as much about our getting together with friends for a fun day in the sun as it is about watching our favorite team beat our biggest rivals! 1. Sunscreen
2. Camera
3. Ball Cap
4. Binoculars
5. Radio to listen to the game.

(photo nicked from the Braves web site)

Go to Stone Mountain Park - 16...

by Kay_C

Go to Stone Mountain Park - 16 miles east of downtown Atlanta. I know now that this is a huge attraction, but I didn't know anything about it when I planned my trip to Atlanta - we just kind of needed something to do during the day and went to check it out. This is a bizarre place - it is the world's largest mass of exposed concrete with the world's largest relief carving on it. Take the Mountain Top Skylift to see the carving close up and then check out the views from this huge rock! They have a great website at

Hipster Paradise

by PVHS02 about Little 5 Points / East Atlanta

Little Five is a good place to see an interesting cross-section of people. There are artsy hipsters as well as the preppy spill-over from the VA-Highlands crowd. Nobody is out of place here. Lots of good eats (Corner Tavern, Vortex, Porter, El Myr) and interesting drinking holes (please see any of the aforementioned good eats for interesting drinking holes).

Very colorful Halloween parade every year (please see picture). Nothing is off limits, but don't overdress.

Getting there's not too bad,...

by TamiKane85

Getting there's not too bad, it's getting through it. I'd think that driving would be a little better than flying. Flying is only hard when you have to get out on the road to your destination. When driving, you become part of the traffic and it kind of flows like a river, a fast river, but none the less a river.
Get a car! It gets pretty bad, but I'd rather drive then have a face-off with hundreds of cars doing 90! Make sure you have plenty of time! We were passing through one time and normally it takes about 30-45 minutes and you're out, it took us almost 2 hours to get out of there! So time is a MUST!


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 Amerisuites Atlanta Perimeter Center

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Address: 1005 Crestline Parkway, Atlanta, Georgia, 30328, United States