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Explore the City from Top Atlanta Boutique Hotels

Your visit to the vibrant capital of Georgia is sure to be a blast in this culturally diverse, historically rich city. Playing a critical part in both the Civil War and the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, Atlanta offers endless opportunities to educate and deepen your knowledge of compelling U.S. history. Politics aside, this city is home to many great museums, recreational parks, galleries, dining experiences, and a thriving creative arts scene.

Discover U.S. History Nearby Boutique Hotels in Atlanta

As the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr., Atlanta has a fascinating history and involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, which is now memorialized at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Park in The Sweet Auburn district. This 35-acre green space includes a visitor’s center, landmarks, monuments, and exhibits to enjoy free of charge. Then for another dose of Georgian culture, head to the Atlanta History Center, which chronicles much of the city's fascinating past.

Entertainment for All Ages from Top Boutique Hotels in Atlanta

For an underwater adventure the kids will love, head to the Georgia Aquarium, where more than 120,000 animals of 500 unique species (including whale sharks and beluga whales!) thrive in a combined 8 million gallons of marine and freshwater. With a 4-D theater, touch tanks, and fun dining options, a day at the aquarium is sure to be an unforgettable day for all ages. After, head over to the Centennial Olympic Park to visit the gathering place of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. Featuring the Fountain of Rings, The Spectacular Olympic Rings sculpture, and other landmarks, this space is a must-see while in town! Plus, if you make it to the city during the summer, you can catch one of the many outdoor events held at the park.

Dining Delights RIght Outside the Best Boutique Hotels in Atlanta

Arriving in Atlanta, you’ll want to sink your teeth into some of the richest Southern dishes of the city, including crispy fried chicken, unforgettable barbecue, and hearty meat-and-threes. But the city is also enjoying a growing fine dining scene, including an array of diverse international cuisine options found across the streets of Peachtree Heights West and South Tuxedo Park. And before heading back to the best boutique hotels in Atlanta, stop in for cheeky craft beer or two post-dinner. You can expect to find exactly what you’re looking for from Atlanta’s up-and-coming craft beer scene.

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