Hotels in Duluth,

Georgia

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  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Atlanta NE Gwinnett Sugarloaf

    3.33 miles
  • Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta NE/Gwinnett Sugarloaf

    3.50 miles
  • Tru by Hilton Lawrenceville Atlanta I-85 Sugarloaf

    3.84 miles
  • Home2 Suites by Hilton Lawrenceville Atlanta Sugarloaf

    3.93 miles
  • Hampton Inn Lawrenceville Duluth

    3.94 miles
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Lawrenceville Duluth

    3.95 miles
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta/Duluth/Gwinnett County

    4.06 miles
  • Hampton Inn and Suites Johns Creek

    4.34 miles
  • Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta North/Johns Creek

    4.41 miles
  • Home2 Suites by Hilton Atlanta Norcross

    5.60 miles
  • Hampton Inn Peachtree Corners Norcross

    5.93 miles
  • Hilton Atlanta Northeast

    5.93 miles
  • Hampton Inn Lawrenceville

    6.83 miles
  • Hampton Inn Norcross

    7.14 miles
  • Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta North/Alpharetta

    8.19 miles
  • Home2 Suites by Hilton Alpharetta

    8.44 miles
  • Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Northpoint

    8.48 miles
  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Atlanta Alpharetta

    8.51 miles
  • Hilton Alpharetta Atlanta

    8.67 miles
  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Alpharetta Halcyon

    8.74 miles
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Discover Georgia from the Best Duluth Hotels

If you’re looking for a fun and interesting day trip or weekend away, Duluth, Georgia, is the perfect destination. With its small-town charm and its proximity to Atlanta, it’s no wonder that so many people are drawn to this bustling city.

Conveniently located from the best Duluth hotels, the Southeastern Railway Museum is an absolute must when visiting Duluth. The museum showcases over 90 pieces of rolling stock–including steam locomotives, diesel locomotives, passenger cars, cabooses, and freight cars–making it one of the largest collections in the Southeast. It also features exhibits on railroading history from as far back as 1832. Take a guided tour through the museum with one of their knowledgeable staff members who will be sure to give you plenty of interesting facts about each exhibit. And if you time your visit right, you can even catch one of their special events such as historic train rides or model railroad exhibitions!

Revisit History from Top Duluth Hotels

Duluth has a rich history that dates back over 150 years. The city was founded in 1871 as "Howell's Crossroads," named after Evan Howell, who was an early settler in the area. Over time, the Howell family became heavily involved in their community and played integral roles in developing Duluth into what it is today. In addition to its historical significance, Duluth is also home to several attractions such as Gas South Arena, which hosts various performing arts events throughout the year including sporting events, concerts, comedy shows, and more.

The Hudgens Center for the Arts & Learning is another great place to explore when visiting Duluth. The center boasts an impressive collection of artwork from both local and international artists featuring various mediums, such as painting, sculpture, and photography. While staying at the top Duluth hotels, you can also visit the center to attend lectures and workshops on topics ranging from art history to contemporary art practices–perfect for those looking to deepen their understanding of several artistic disciplines.

Explore Atlanta from Duluth Hotels

Just 22 miles away from Duluth hotels, downtown Atlanta boasts numerous attractions that can keep you busy all day long. Visit Centennial Olympic Park for its interactive fountain shows or attend an event at Fox Theatre or State Farm Arena. Stop by CNN Center, where you can take tours inside the studio or snap a few photos outside on their plaza with iconic CNN logos displayed everywhere. Take a stroll down iconic Peachtree Street, where you’ll find many historical landmarks as well as modern attractions, such as SkyView Ferris wheel, which provides stunning views of the city from 20 stories up! 

For a respite from the hustle of Atlanta, head to Piedmont Park. This 189-acre park features a lake with paddle boats and kayaks, tennis courts, playgrounds, walking/biking trails, gardens, dog parks, and much more. It’s also home to many festivals throughout the year, such as Music Midtown Festival and the Atlanta Dogwood Festival. Whether you’re looking for a spot to have a picnic or just want to take in some fresh air along with the stunning views of downtown Atlanta skyline, this expansive green space provides a sense of calm right in the middle of the city.  

From historic sites to outdoor adventures, there’s something for everyone in beautiful Duluth! Whether you're looking for an adventure or just some leisurely sightseeing—you'll find all sorts of activities within reach while visiting this charming city. So, book your stay at the best Duluth hotels today and enjoy some Southern hospitality.

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