Hotels in Atlanta, GA

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Best neighborhoods to book a hotel in Atlanta

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$136 - $324

CHEAPEST NEIGHBORHOOD IN ATLANTALindridge-Martin Manor28% cheaperHotels in Lindridge-Martin Manor are the cheapest in Atlanta at just $136 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IN ATLANTAAtlantic Station42% more expensiveAtlantic Station has the highest priced hotels in Atlanta with rooms averaging $324 per night
MOST POPULAR NEIGHBORHOOD IN ATLANTADowntown82% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in Downtown than any other neighborhood in Atlanta

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Hotels in popular neighborhoods in Atlanta

Below are the most popular neighborhoods in Atlanta to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book a hotel in Atlanta

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Low SeasonOctobercheapest month to stay
High SeasonNovembermost expensive time to stay
28%expected price decrease
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$144 - $270

Highest day of weekSaturdayis the most expensive day of the week to book
Cheapest day of weekMondayis the cheapest day of the week to book
$213is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
$159is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
Cheapest time to bookThe cheapest time to book hotels in Atlanta is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.

1-2 star

$100 - $124

3 star

$148 - $175

4-5 star

$178 - $199

Atlanta travel tips

Best time to visit Atlanta

You can time your visit to Atlanta based on various aspects such as the weather, key events, or travel and hotel deals. To enjoy the numerous concerts and festivals in the city, try to visit in the summer months from late May – August. Summers are hot and humid, and average temperatures range from 75 – 85 degrees Fahrenheit. To beat the heat and enjoy milder weather, plan your visit between March – May or September – October. To find attractive bargains and deals on travel and room rates, consider visiting from December – February. Bring a warm jacket, boots and gloves to brave the average temperatures of 35 – 45 degrees Fahrenheit. Be prepared for the occasional ice storm or snow storm.

Getting around Atlanta

Atlanta is a mega city, so you will need a set of wheels to get around from one place to another. The city’s public transportation includes rail lines and buses operated by MARTA. Pay a flat-fare of $2.50 USD for a one-way trip for both buses and trains. Based on the duration of your trip, consider investing in a 1, 2, 3, 4 or 7-Day Pass with costs ranging from $9.00 USD – $23.75 USD. Taxis are available near hotels and popular attractions, and ride-share companies such as Uber and Lyft also operate in the city. With road congestion, the impatient driving style of local motorists and scarce parking, driving may not be a very pleasant experience. As far as possible, try to avoid driving in the city and rely on the efficient public transport.

How much does a hotel in Atlanta cost per night?

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4-star hotels

Cheapest $74

Average $235

Most expensive $819

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Where to stay in Atlanta

Best places to stay in Atlanta

A major cultural, economic and sporting hub, Atlanta is a cosmopolitan and fast-paced city. It’s known for its rich history, sophisticated dining and world-class shopping. The versatile city has something for everyone and attracts travelers from all over, including culture and history buffs, art connoisseurs, foodies, music lovers, and outdoorsy types. Atlanta’s neighborhoods are distinct and vibrant. Consider the kind of experience that you are looking for before settling on one of these areas to book your stay.

Downtown Atlanta – Cosmopolitan

A typical commercial hub of a large city, Downtown Atlanta is also home to several popular tourist attractions and plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment. A walk-friendly area, you may stumble upon some less popular and undiscovered gems at unexpected street corners all over downtown. In the heart of downtown, check out the excellent central location and boutique-inspired rooms and suites of the Glenn Hotel, Autograph Collection. Enjoy spectacular views of the downtown skyline from the sleek, colorful rooms of W Atlanta – Downtown hotel. This trendy hotel is set in a modern high-rise that towers over several popular landmarks in the vicinity.

Buckhead – Luxurious

A shopping haven by day and party central by night, Buckhead is an affluent part of the city. Stay in this area to enjoy high-end shopping, pub-hopping and fine dining restaurants, as well as a wide range of luxury and boutique hotels. Indulge in spacious, luxurious suites adorned in custom furnishings and bespoke artwork in The St. Regis Atlanta hotel. A crown jewel of Buckhead, this hotel is just a 4-minute walk from the Atlanta History Center. You can also check out the posh, contemporary, Asian-inspired designer rooms and suites at Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta. This fancy hotel is set in a 42-story tower and offers sweeping city views as well as direct access to luxury shopping at Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square.

Midtown – Artsy

Home to several art and cultural institutions, as well as Piedmont Park, Midtown is an artistic, beautiful part of the city. This is a bustling neighborhood with trendy boutiques and chic nightlife venues. For stylish, comfortable accommodation in the heart of Midtown, stay at the Loews Atlanta Hotel, set in a grand high-rise near Piedmont Park. Across the street from Fox Theatre, check out the vibrant rooms with elegant furnishings and colorful accents at the historic Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown.

Westside – Design District

This area is home to scores of home décor goods and interior design shops that have earned it the name of ‘Design District’. Split into 2 distinct areas, West Midtown is known for high fashion and top restaurants, while Atlantic Station is a compact retail hub, full of exciting shopping and entertainment. In West Midtown, consider the contemporary accommodation and best-in-class service at the Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Midtown / Georgia Tech hotel or Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Midtown hotel. In the Atlantic Station locality, check out sleek 1 – 2 bedroom suites at the Twelve Atlantic Station hotel, which is soon to be a part of the Marriott Autograph Collection group of hotels.

Cheap hotels in Atlanta

Atlanta offers various types of accommodation that cater to a wide range of budgets. You can choose from several cheap hotels or traditional family-run B&Bs at convenient locations, close to major tourist attractions. Just steps away from Piedmont Park, enjoy the spacious rooms with colorful accents at the Urban Oasis Bed and Breakfast. Close to the lively Little Five Points locality, enjoy a quirky, vintage vibe at The Highland Inn, a 1927-dated hotel that hosts live bands, dance parties and literary events. An easy walk from Midtown’s museums, you have the clean and modern rooms of Artmore Hotel, a boutique-style hotel set in a historic 1924-dated apartment building with Spanish accents.

Learn about attractions and sights in Atlanta

Atlanta is a city that takes its food, music, art and outdoor activities very seriously. The city is a mecca for hip hop, has a highway full of diverse ethnic eateries, hosts a ton of festivals and events round the year, and offers a number of parks and trails. Here are a few suggestions on what should not-be-missed when visiting Atlanta.

  • Explore Georgia’s past through a compilation of exhibits, historic homes, and miles of gardens and trails at the Atlanta History Center. In the same complex, don’t miss a visit to the Atlanta History Museum that focuses on Native American lifestyle and culture.
  • Admire the ornate interiors and Egyptian-inspired architecture of the Fox Theatre, an iconic landmark of Atlanta. It’s worth purchasing tickets to attend a performance in this 5,000-seater venue.
  • Learn about the life and times of one of the most important figures in U.S. history by visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.
  • Go park-hopping, and enjoy the vast green expanses, wide variety of plants, artworks, sculptures and fountains as you stroll or have a picnic lunch in the park. You have the 21-acre Centennial Olympic Park, the 30-acre Atlanta Botanical Garden, and Piedmont Park right next to it.
  • Make a special trip to the 3,200 acres Stone Mountain Park that features a wildlife preserve, a cable car ride, 2 golf courses, several restaurants, and a historic plantation that is open to tour. The most popular attraction in the park is the world’s largest high relief sculpture, Confederate Memorial Carving. In summer, it’s worth staying back till evening when the Lasershow Spectacular blazes the mountain’s carving, and beautifully lights up the night sky.
  • Visit Georgia Aquarium, the world’s largest aquarium with over 100,000 animals from 500 species represented in 6 different galleries.
  • Explore the World of Coca Cola museum, dedicated to the popular beverage which was invented in Atlanta. The interactive 2-level facility features exhibits on the drink’s historical milestones, its role in pop culture, and the bottling process.
  • Book a 50-minute guided tour that gives you a sneak peek into the world of news broadcast at CNN Center, the channel’s world headquarters.
  • Meet giant pandas, and spot lions, giraffes, black rhinos, zebras, and plenty of reptiles at Zoo Atlanta.
  • Plan your trip around festivals and events in the city. Notable ones include the Atlanta Dogwood Festival for art and music, Music Midtown, Taste of Atlanta food festival, and Peach Drop festival for year-end celebrations.
  • Sample a hot dog or chili at The Varsity, the world’s largest drive-in restaurant. Enjoy a wide range of cuisines, including Mexican, Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese at the diverse ethnic eateries lined up on Buford Highway.
  • Head to some of the best hip hop clubs in the city for a night of fun and entertainment. The popular ones include MJQ Concourse, Gold Room Lounge, Compound, TEN ATL, and El Bar.

Information about staying in Atlanta

Read these important travel tips before booking a hotel in Atlanta

A stay of 2 nights is most popular when visiting Atlanta.

The cost of a hotel room in Atlanta will vary according to demand, location and star rating. On average, rooms will cost around $165 per night.

October is the cheapest month to book a hotel in Atlanta. Prices can be 29% lower than other, busier months; so this is a great time to get a good deal.

At the moment the cheapest day to stay in a hotel in Atlanta is Sunday, with Friday being the most expensive.

Per person, per night, a hostel in Atlanta (or a sub 2 star rated hotel) is priced at $113, on average. This price is $52 cheaper than your average Atlanta hotel.

Whilst there are several neighbourhoods to choose from, most users tend to stick to Downtown, Midtown, Old Fourth Ward and Atlantic Station when staying in Atlanta.

The average temperature in Atlanta during May is around 69.8 °F which makes it the perfect time to spend time having fun and seeing something new outside at popular area attractions such as Zoo Atlanta, Six Flags over Georgia, and Wild Adventures.

Yes, Atlanta has 23 vacation rentals available. If you’re interested in a vacation rental in Atlanta, Amazing Midtown Location by Piedmont Park is the most popular in the city. Compare deals on vacation rentals in Atlanta.

Yes, Atlanta hostels are available if you aren’t interested in staying at a traditional hotel. Country Inn & Suites By Radisson, Atl Airport N is the most popular out of the 73 hostels in Atlanta. Search for deals on hostels in Atlanta.

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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Atlanta Buckhead, An IHG Hotel

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Atlanta Buckhead, An IHG Hotel

800 Sidney Marcus Boulevard, Atlanta, GA, United States

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Atlanta/Buckhead Area

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Atlanta/Buckhead Area

1840 Corporate Boulevard Northeast, Atlanta, GA, United States


Simple Beauty Downtown Condo Sleeps 4 (14N)

Atlanta, GA, United States

Twelve Downtown, Autograph Collection

Twelve Downtown, Autograph Collection

400 West Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta, GA, United States

AC Hotel By Marriott Atlanta Airport Gateway

AC Hotel By Marriott Atlanta Airport Gateway

2079 Hospitality Way, Atlanta, GA, United States

Sonesta Atlanta Northwest Galleria

Sonesta Atlanta Northwest Galleria

6345 Powers Ferry Road Northwest, Atlanta, GA, United States

Quality Inn Atlanta Northeast I-85

Quality Inn Atlanta Northeast I-85

2960 N.E. Expressway, Atlanta, GA, United States

Quality Suites Atlanta Buckhead Village North

Quality Suites Atlanta Buckhead Village North

505 Pharr Road Northeast, Atlanta, GA, United States