Quick and easy access to a city’s best attractions is often a top priority for travelers. A stay at the Glenn Hotel, one of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, will do just this. Perfectly positioned in Atlanta’s Centennial Park District, the Glenn hotel is but a few steps from so much of the best Atlanta has to offer.
Jekyll Island is famous for its natural beauty and historical Gilded Age significance. This island is owned by the state of Georgia and is considered a state park. Most of the island is protected from development around 65%, leaving a small portion for residential and commercial development.
This unique situation leaves most of the island’s natural beauty preserved, brings fewer crowds to its shores, and offers plenty of breathing room – a perfect combination for a getaway destination. Got your interest piqued, then book a stay Beachview Club Hotel – it’s the best boutique hotel on Jekyll Island.
Beautifully designed, The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is a somber reminder of a turbulent time from our not so distant past. This museum features engaging exhibits focused on the American Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King Jr’s life through his assassination, and the ongoing Global Human Rights Movement.
In Old Fourth Ward on the eastside of Atlanta, the former warehouse and showrooms of the Sears, Roebuck & Company have been renovated into Ponce City Market, one of Atlanta’s hottest spots. Affectionately called PCM by Atlantans, this marketplace is for both locals and visitors to eat, shop, and play.
The fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana is the setting for the Netflix smash hit, Stranger Things. Many exterior filming locations are actual places in and around Atlanta. Fans can take a self-guided tour to many of these iconic landmarks. My family jumped in the car, drove to Atlanta, and here’s what we saw.