Midtown Atlanta Meetings: The Quick & Ultimate Guide

Discover all that Midtown Atlanta has to offer at your next meeting or conference with this ultimate list!
  • Ready for a guide to Atlanta Midtown District? Let's begin. (📷 Gene Phillips, AtlantaPhotos.com)
    Ready for a guide to Atlanta Midtown District? Let's begin. (📷 Gene Phillips, AtlantaPhotos.com)

Midtown Atlanta is buzzing with vibrant art, excitement and culture. This walkable district is home to top area hotels, entertainment, shopping, restaurants and more. Cycle or walk on historic Peachtree Street, catch a concert at a nearby theatre or spend the night out at one of the many Midtown nightclubs and lounges.

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Places to Stay in Midtown:

There's no shortage of upscale hotels and boutique stay options in Midtown. Explore some of our favorites below.

 

W Atlanta Midtown

Enjoy spectacular views of Piedmont Park from the W Atlanta Midtown. This hotel boasts 26 meeting rooms, hip bars, a spectacular pool, a spa and amenities for pets all located in Atlanta's most vibrant neighborhood.

The Georgian Terrace

This Midtown icon is across from the famous Fox Theatre in the area's culture and financial district. The Georgian Terrace celebrates Atlanta's rich Southern heritage while serving up modern luxury in the updated suites and state-of-the-art conference rooms.  

The Artmore Hotel

Those looking to enjoy the quirky and eclectic vibe of Midtown will feel right at home at this boutique hotel. The Artmore was renovated from a 1924 Spanish Mediterranean hotel and now is home to a studio bar and garden patio where you can get the creative juices flowing.  

 

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Midtown's Unique Meeting Venues:

Midtown Atlanta is known for its quirky and unique event spaces. Check out these one-of-a-kind meeting spots.

 

 

The Woodruff Arts Center

The Midtown mood wouldn’t strike the same without The Woodruff Arts Center, one of the most popular entertainment venues in Atlanta's arts and theatre world. Whether a small meeting or lavish event, your group will enjoy one of Atlanta’s most inspiring environments.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Located adjacent to Piedmont Park, this botanical garden has more than 30 acres of plant collections. Your group can rent out the event room and terrace at the Atlanta Botanical Garden for a meeting surrounded by scenic serenity.

Museum of Design Atlanta

Peruse the galleries at the MODA, the Southeast's only museum dedicated exclusively to design. This contemporary space is perfect for corporate receptions and cocktail hours.

Fox Theatre

Step back in time at the fabulous Fox Theatre. This world-renowned venue is a restored movie palace and its glamorous ballrooms make it a perfect spot for your next meeting or conference.

Ponce City Market Rooftop

Ponce City Market is a historic building home to retailers, restaurants, offices and more. Head to the rooftop and rent out the rooftop terrace for your next event. Stop by Skyline Park during your visit for some carnival fun.

 

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Hidden Gems in Midtown:

During your visit to Midtown, go off the beaten path at one of Midtown's hidden gems. Here are some of our favorite spots.

 

Margaret Mitchell House

Gone With the Wind fans will love a visit to the Margaret Mitchell House. Here you can tour the apartment where Mitchell wrote her first and only novel, “Gone With the Wind” – this literary masterpiece would go on to win the Pulitzer Prize.

Center for Puppetry Arts

Experience the magic and wonder of puppetry at America's biggest puppetry museum. Your group can watch enchanting performances and tour the largest collection of puppetry in the world at the Center for Puppetry Arts.    

Rhodes Hall

Take a tour of this historic mansion, also known as "The Castle on Peachtree Street," during your next visit to Atlanta. You can also rent this out for a private event.

The Breman Museum

This Midtown museum provides a glimpse into Jewish history, culture and arts. Plan an enlightening tour through compelling galleries and exhibitions, including the permanent Holocaust exhibition and comprehensive archives on Southern Jewish History.

Federal Reserve Bank Money Museum

Experience an interesting tour for the eyes and the mind at the Federal Reserve Bank Money Museum. See examples of rare coins and currency, learn the fascinating story behind money and the turbulent history of banking in America. Afterward, stroll through the Visitors Center for interactive and multimedia exhibits.


 

Are you ready to book your next meeting or event in Midtown Atlanta? Check out some more reads or send our team a line or two to learn more about this and the other meeting districts of Atlanta.

 

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