Hyatt Place Atlanta/Buckhead

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

3242 Peachtree Road Northeast, Atlanta, Georgia, 30305, United States
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6 hour layover

by 2giants

We will have a 6 hour layover in Atlanta. We get in about 6 AM on a Saturday. Is there a really nice or fun place to go and have breakfast - and maybe do something else and still get back to the airport in time? 3 adults traveling together - no kids. Thanks in advance for ANY suggestions on how to spend our time!

Re: 6 hour layover

by TexasDave

Yeah, I'm afraid there's not too much you could do in that time frame. The MARTA subway system goes right from the airport and takes about a half hour to get to downtown/midtown. You could tour the Margaret Mitchell House, walk around Centennial Park, maybe go to the World of Coca-Cola, or the aquarium but it would have to be a quick visit. As for breakfast, there is a chain of 50's style diners called Waffle House which has great breakfasts including, of course, waffles (I like them with pecans). It's nothing fancy, on the contrary, some of the waitresses look like they've been around the block several times, but most of them will call you darlin' or honey. There's one close to the airport which would be a short taxi ride away, and out in the city there's one within spitting distance practically everywhere. In fact, now that I think of it, there's one on the upper street side above the Underground(which you could also check out although it's not that big of a deal).
I think I have tips on most of these things on my ATL pages, if that might help.

Re: 6 hour layover

by Zarasher

Carol Street Cafe is around the downtown area... I's catch a cab or Marta there for breakfast. They open at 8 am and they do the bomb breakfast!

http://www.apresdiem.com/carroll_street/

Re: 6 hour layover

by balfor

Wow... I've been WAY negligent in checking the forums! There are actually a number of places you could get to fairly easily for breakfast. One of the places that started as an eclectic neighborhood place but now has several locations is the Flying Biscuit. Probably the easiest to get to would be the one on 10th street as it is close to downtown. There are a couple of places along Juniper that are cool local eateries but I don't know if any of them serve breakfast. :-(

I'll have to do a bit of looking around to see if some of the places closer to the airport do up nice breakfasts on the weekend. I know it's probably too late for you on this trip (as I'm over a month late replying).

Travel Tips for Atlanta

Land of parks and trees

by cvilla007

I never realized how much greenery was in Atlanta until I left it. Atlanta is a land of trees, of parks stretching many city blocks, of so much green that from the air you wouldn't think Atlanta was even a city if it weren't for the skyscrapers and highways. Visiting the parks in Atlanta is certainly well worth it. The most famous park is Piedmont Park. It's in Midtown. There's a big lake and lots of places for walking the dog or riding your bike. There are many festivals that take place year-round in Piedmont Park. The other famous park is the newer Olympic park, which boasts some impressive statues and fountains. Olympic Park is convenient to downtown, near CNN Center and some of the tourist sites. Check out the parks when you visit the city of trees.

Driving

by Smarr

The speed limit in and around Atlanta is 55 miles per hour. But in Atlanta everyone goes about 65 except in the left lane on the intestates. There the average speed is 80 miles an hour. So if you are unsure where you are and which exit you need to take stay out of the left lane because you WILL have problems with road rage drivers.

tallulah gorge

by orke

an hour drive from atlanta u can see trhe tallulah gorge and falls- really nice place - there r some view points really near the visitor's center and also you can take the strais down to see the falls from closer

some weekends a year they open the dam and then its probebly even more beautifull

Buckhead - Everyday living

by balfor about Lenox Square Mall

Lenox Mall is a multi-story mall with several main anchor stores, most of your normal entries in the world of malls and quite a few boutique and specialty shops. It is a place that a person can do their normal mall/boutique store shopping but also has a few higher end stores in it as well.

Be aware that most of the parking by the main entrance is either valet or paid parking. There are several multi-level parking facilities located around the mall (and are indeed part of the malls infrastructure) so parking shouldn't be an issue, though its location could be.

Taxis

by Ewingjr98

Taxis in Atlanta are relatively inexpensive and the fare system is straightforward. For a flat rate of $8 you can you anywhere within downtown, midtown or Buckhead. There are also flat rates to each of these areas from the airport ranging from $28 to $36. For other areas, fares start at $2.25 for the first 1/8 mile and $0.25 per 1/8 mile after that. Each extra passenger will cost $2 more.

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Address: 3242 Peachtree Road Northeast, Atlanta, Georgia, 30305, United States