Quality Hotel Conference Center

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

1551 Phoenix Blvd, (formerly Ramada Inn Airport), College Park, Georgia, 30349, United States
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stay near Atlanta

by bendtraveler7

Hello. We are 2 couples who will be attending a conference the end of may 2010 in Atlanta at the convention center. Since we are from different parts of the country, we would like to arrive a few days early and wondered if anyone has suggestions of someplace to stay near Atlanta--we will rent a car. We are not interested in typical sight seeing as we will do some of that during the conference. Looking more for a cabin perhaps or "resort" type place that has lovely scenery. Like to walk and enjoy time together. Budget is about $150/couple for lodging. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Re: stay near Atlanta

by TexasDave

Mountain cabins, yes- resorts, not really. Unicoi State Park at Helen has a hotel. Dahlonega is another town with cabins and has a lot of history, a quaint downtown square. I haven't personally stayed at any cabins but I've seen them advertised so with some googling you should come up with many choices.

One place you might want to look at is www.chateauelan.com

Re: stay near Atlanta

by lostsooner55

You might wish to consider the Lake Lanier area to the northeast of Atlanta. They have about every type of loding imaginable there. If you will be visiting over Memorial Day this area may be a bit too busy for you though. Gary

Re: stay near Atlanta

by lostsooner55

You might also consider the Mt. Cheaha State Park, in Alabama. The park is just off I-20, about two hours west of Atlanta. They have cabins, chalets, and other lodgings available. The web site: (www.alapark.com/cheaharesort). Gary

Re: stay near Atlanta

by MacedonianUK

Marietta & Woodstock ar very close, few battelfids parks too, very acesable with car.
Stone Mountain is near Atlanta in Athens GA, has great park and is lovely for day out, take cablecar to the top or the pioneers train around the park.They also hae cabin style hotel, looks like the first settlesrs cabins.
May is great time as you get to go to Woodstock music festival.
If you stay in hotels in Marietta or Woodstock is much cheaper than downtown Atlanta.

Re: stay near Atlanta

by rexvaughan

The north Georgia mountains are lovely and there are many options. Helen, Georgia is a nice little Alpine village - a little touristy but there are mountains all around as well as nice waterfalls and lots of lodging choices. Just a correction to one earlier post, Stone Mountain is not in Athens but just a few miles east of Atlanta. A very nice park and several lodging options there as well.

Re: stay near Atlanta

by balfor

If you were wanting to go a few hours south of Atlanta you could go to Callaway Gardens. I've not stayed there but have heard nice things about it.

Which convention center will you be attending, do you know that yet? There are a few major convention centers and a few more that aren't quite so big. And, of course, there are dozens upon dozens of the smaller hotel based convention centers.

As stated earlier, Dahlonega, Helen, Stone Mountain, Lake Lanier, Lake Hartwell on the Georgia/South Carolina border is another option as well. And if you're taking a few extra days then Savannah is always a viable option for a couple of days. :-)

Travel Tips for Atlanta

The Underground

by MarvintheMartian

Central Downtown shopping area - called the Underground - cos you guessed it - it's underground.

The center has historical roots linking the area to a seige during the Civil War, quite interesting to read about, however I didn't think it warrented to pay to go on a walking tour around the shopping center to find out all about it! If you have a look at the website below, there's plenty of information to quench your thirst for US history.

The shopping itself is not much different to many other shopping malls in the US - although it does have an interesting selection of individual stalls selling mainly tourist items going along the inside street. Check out more about the Underground Center at http://www.underground-atlanta.com/

Honda Battle of the Bands

by TexasDave

Once a year, usually in late January, the Georgia Dome in downtown hosts the Honda Battle of the Bands. Close to a dozen marching bands from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU's) from all over the South put on a show of their intricate and lively marching routines.

Seats are $10.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

by pulgaron

Catch a Georgia Tech University Yellow Jackets football game at Bobby Dodd stadium. Park at the varsity and walk west towards the statdium. Just follow the crowd. Parking is $10.00 at the Varsity. Beware of people selling counterfit tickets around the stadium, there are a lot them, be careful. If the offer seems too good to be true, it problably is not. Make shure the tickets have the red coca cola emblem on the back.

Buckhead - A bit of the upscale life

by balfor about Phipps Plaza

Phipps Plaza is near the Buckhead station of Marta and is basically diagonally across Peachtree/Lenox roads from Lenox Square mall. While they have a few similar/same shops such as Williams-Sonoma and Teavana, Phipps is a much more upscale mall with stores such as Tiffany's and Pierre-Cardin.

If you are looking for something but Lenox just isn't quite nice enough, head over to Phipps and you may find what you are looking for.

Not a walking city

by gogeo

The ATL is not a walking city. Although during busy times, it will take forever to get 2 miles and despite the fact that there are 200 Peachtree Streets in the downtown area it is best to use a car. If your going short distances a motorbike or bicycle would be ok. MARTA, the metro, doesn't really go to many places and if you weren't going somewhere that it stops, your best to drive. You could use a combination of the metro and buses, but it would take a little time to get where you are going.

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 Quality Hotel Conference Center

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Address: 1551 Phoenix Blvd, (formerly Ramada Inn Airport), College Park, Georgia, 30349, United States