- Total hotels: 60
- Total hotel rooms: More than 8,000
- Book your next reunion with us and receive a $300 gift card
- Visitor guide
- Referrals for local service providers, attractions and more
- Site inspection assistance
- discounted restaurants and attractions
- In the ATL Airport District
- Delta Flight Museum
- Chick-fil-A Home Office Backstage Tour
- Porsche Experience Center
- Downtown Atlanta Attractions (just 10 miles away)
- Georgia Aquarium
- Centennial Olympic Park
- World of Coca-Cola
- SkyView Atlanta
- The National Center for Civil & Human Rights
- College Football Hall of Fame
“Having our family reunion in the ATL Airport District was great. The District offers tons of fun and lots for everyone to see and experience – which made our time spent here even more amazing.”
– Mr. Waverly McMichael, Green-Barlow Family Reunion
The ATL Airport District is near Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, with world-class hotels and restaurants perfect for reunions of any size. Your group can save more than 30 percent on accommodations by staying just minutes south of downtown Atlanta. The District includes 60 hotels with more than 8,000 hotel rooms that include free airport shuttle service.
Minutes from the airport is the Delta Flight Museum, which is housed in the airline’s original headquarters and a host to numerous exhibits on aviation and the company’s history. Nearby, the Chick-fil-A Home Office Backstage Tour leads your group through the fast food company’s headquarters while revealing the history behind the famous “Eat Mor Chikin” cows. Car enthusiasts should make a beeline to the Porsche Driving Experience. Featuring 25 acres of test tracks and exhibits where you can try a German-engineered sports car for yourself.
Just 10 miles away, located in Atlanta’s historic Luckie Marietta district, Pemberton Place is home to many of Atlanta’s top attractions. The World of Coca-Cola guides visitors through a history of the world’s best-known soda company. Georgia Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the country, is the only place outside of Asia to see a giant whale shark, seven times larger than an average human and housed in a 6.3-million-gallon tank. The National Center for Civil and Human Rights focuses on civil rights history in Atlanta and the ongoing fight for human equality across the globe.
Across the street from Pemberton Place is Centennial Olympic Park, built for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games and host to weekly concerts and cultural events. There’s also SkyView Atlanta, a ferris wheel that rises more than 20-stories along the city’s skyline.
Blending affordable accommodations and meals with access to meeting spaces, the District ensures your reunion is memorable and within your budget.