Atlanta is the Ultimate Meeting Destination

Atlanta is... well, why don't we just show you?
  • See the reasons why Atlanta is the perfect meeting destination. (Gene Phillips,
    See the reasons why Atlanta is the perfect meeting destination. (Gene Phillips,

In Atlanta, you can easily hop from one part of town to another, exploring the unique personalities found within the in-town neighborhoods. That’s the cool thing about the city; these neighborhoods are a short ride or a walk from Downtown, and they offer everything for everyone in your group.

Atlanta is:


The surreptitious atmosphere at one of the city’s speakeasies—tucked behind a secret bookshelf door or a phone booth—humming with jazz and serving handcrafted cocktails.



Fine dining in Buckhead’s award-winning restaurants and acres of green space at Piedmont Park in Midtown.



Musical performances of every genre and taste or an extended stay for your group to check out one of the many music festivals.



The eclectic culture and entertaining street performances in Little 5 Points or a drink while your group networks at one of Atlanta’s best bars in the Virginia-Highland district.



Pubs, nightclubs, local and beloved dives along with upscale piano bars.



A glimpse into history through significant landmarks and museums.



21-acres of green and outdoor event space, where your attendees can soak up the sun at Centennial Olympic Park. This iconic park is Atlanta’s 1996 Summer Olympic legacy and it’s getting a $27 million re-envisioning.



Downtown’s world-class convention center, 2.1 million square feet of meeting space and more than 11,800 hotel rooms, all within walking distance of each other.



Falcons game or United match at the new, state-of-the-art Mercedes-Benz Stadium or an NBA or WNBA game at Philips Arena.



Top attractions like Georgia AquariumCNN Studio Tours and World of Coca-Cola.



Finding a little old and a little new at Old Fourth Ward, where attendees can grab lunch or shop a variety of retailers at Ponce City Market (There's even a carnival on the roof!).



Krog Street Market at Inman Park, accessible by way of Atlanta BeltLine, a pedestrian path similar to New York City’s High Line, and reclaimed from 22 miles of unused railroad tracks.



Walkable and accessible for days (and nights) of diverse exploration, discover all that Atlanta can be for your group. 

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