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Hotels in Atlanta

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Full of southern hospitality, Atlanta sprawls out into the countryside giving you the perfect blend of city and nature when you book a hotel in this charming destination. Even its historic heart is full of lush trees and semi-tropical plants. In fact, Atlanta is one of the most densely forested cities in the States! Sitting among this green belt you'll come across many references to the city's most famous son, Martin Luther King Jr. Visits to the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site and the Center for Human and Civil Rights should be at the top of any visitor's itinerary. In contrast, another famous name in Atlanta is Coca-Cola. An extensive campus in the city is headquarters to this iconic soft drink company. And, as for that southern hospitality, you'll eat well in Atlanta. Wherever your hotel in Atlanta is located, you're never far from delicious fried chicken and pecan pie. Washed down, of course, with a glass of cold coca-cola. A great place to sample Atlanta's food is Ponce City Market. At eDreams we make it easy to choose cheap hotels in the city. Simply filter by location, price, date and room type to find a hotel in Atlanta.

What must I see in Atlanta?

Whether you've snapped up eDreams hotel deals in Atlanta with your partner or with your family, a visit to the World of Coca-Cola is enjoyably unforgettable. It takes you back in time to 1892 when this famous soda drink was first produced. The taste of Coca-Cola varies from country to country and you can choose your favourite from over 100 different drinks. History buffs must pay a visit to Sweet Auburn the neighbourhood where Martin Luther King Jr grew up and lived. Take a trip on an iconic city streetcar to get there. If you're taking a Luther King pilgrimage, visit the Ebenezer Baptist Church and his tomb as well. Enjoy the tranquillity of the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and the Piedmont Park. Don't forget the Georgia Aquarium, the largest in the world. There's no shortage of places to have a beer in Atlanta but one of the quirkiest must be Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium.

Where should I stay in Atlanta?

With its distinct neighbourhoods, much of Atlanta has maintained a village feel and you will find hotel deals in all parts of the city. Midtown is Atlanta's heart where the contemporary and the historic come together. Modern skyscrapers of the business district rub shoulders with historic buildings and museums. The High Museum of Art and the Center for Puppetry Arts are both worth a visit. The East Side has a hip urban feel while bohemian Decatur has become a foodie haven in recent years and Little Five Points has been leading a counterculture revolution of street art and local theatre since the 1980s. Inman Park and Old Fourth Ward are centres for art and craft workshops while Sweet Auburn in Old Fourth Ward was right in the middle of the Civil Rights revolution. For a taste of life in old town Atlanta, book a hotel in the Grant Park neighbourhood. This is home to beautiful Victorian-style buildings as well as Zoo Atlanta and Oakland Cemetery, the last resting place of many famous names including Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone with the Wind. When you're ready for some southern hospitality, eDreams has the perfect hotel in Atlanta.

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