La Quinta Atlanta Conyers Inn and Suites

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

1184 Dogwood Drive, Conyers, Georgia, 30207, United States
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Rated 16% higher but also costs 23% more than other 2 star hotels

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Getting from Hartsfield to Conyers

by 2aussies

My husband and I are travelling from Australia and will be picking up a motorhome from Conyers. We would like to know the best way to travel to Conyers from the airport and a rough idea on the time it would take us?

Re: Getting from Hartsfield to Conyers

by rexvaughan

I looked up taxi fares and the estimated fare from the airport to Conyers was $75 and the time about 40 minutes. If you look at the airport website it has a lot about ground transportation and below is a link to airport shuttles that serve Conyers. I think you would need to call them for rates and reservations but their phone numbers are listed. Oh, and there is no public transportation service for this trip.

Re: Getting from Hartsfield to Conyers

by balfor

Conyers is on the outskirts of the metro Atlanta to the east. The trains only go about 1/4 to 1/3 of the way there.

I just checked on some other transit options. I have never used this service, but I HAVE seen the buses around the city from time to time. There is a company called XPress that provides service from 5 Points (on Forsyth St.), the Civic Center MARTA stop (you can get on MARTA at the airport) and Pryor Street in Atlant to East Conyers. It looks like the trip takes about 1 hour.

The fares are $3 one way or $5 round trip. You can buy a Breeze card at the MARTA station in the airport and use that for a transfer to the Xpress line as well.

Re: Getting from Hartsfield to Conyers

by lanerlaw

There's no public transportation. You can find a shuttle bus company, as suggested. I would think there would be one directly from the airport, keep looking, there are "directs" to the northside, but the westside is not as big a business destination so maybe there is one there, maybe not. I'd stay away from the taxi, it will be very expensive and not pleasant. I'd bet you could hire a town car or limo for the price of a taxi.

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 La Quinta Atlanta Conyers Inn and Suites

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Address: 1184 Dogwood Drive, Conyers, Georgia, 30207, United States