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Welcome to Atlanta, where great accommodations meet some of the world's greatest attractions! Atlanta is home to the CNN News Centre, perfect for visitors looking to enjoy rare insight and year-round perfect accommodations! This is Georgia at its best!

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About Atlanta

Overview/population
Atlanta is the capital city of Georgia. It has a population of 420,003, which makes it the largest city in Georgia in terms of population. The Atlanta metropolitan area is home to nearly 5.3 million people. It is the ninth-largest metropolitan area in the United States. Atlanta is sometimes referred to as "Hotlanta", "The New York of the South" or "ATL".

Geography
Atlanta has a total land area of 134.4 square miles. Approximately 131.7 square miles of Atlanta is land, and the remaining 0.7 miles is water. Atlanta is located 1050 above sea level.

Climate
Like most southern cities, Atlanta has a humid subtropical climate. This means that it has a hot, humid summer and a cool winter. The average temperature in the summer time is around 89 degrees Fahrenheit, and the average temperature in the winter is around 43 degrees Fahrenheit.

Rain is a very common occurrence in Atlanta. The city averages 50.2 inches of rainfall per year. Snow is more common in Atlanta than many other southern cities. The city gets about 2.5 inches of snowfall per year. Atlanta is also prone to ice storms. Two of the most severe ice storms occurred on January 7, 1973 and January 9, 2011.

Education
Atlanta is home to more than 30 colleges and universities. One of the most notable colleges in Atlanta is Georgia Institute of Technology, or Georgia Tech. It is located in the midtown region of Atlanta. Georgia Tech frequently makes the list of top ten public universities. Georgia State University, which is the second largest college in Atlanta, is located in the downtown region. Additionally, Morehouse College, Spellman College, and Clark Atlanta University are all located in Atlanta. Atlanta is also home to 106 public schools. Nearly 55,000 students attend a public school in Atlanta.

Crime Rate
Crime in Atlanta has been steadily dropping just like many other parts of the country. Overall crime decreased by 40 percent between the years of 2001 and 2009. Furthermore, the number of rape cases decreased by 72 percent, the number of homicide cases decreased by 57 percent and overall violent crime decreased by 55 percent. Even though crime rates are decreasing in many other parts of the country, crime in Atlanta is dropping at a much faster rate.

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Hotel Indigo - A Preferred Hotel!

Hotel Indigo - A Preferred Hotel!
InterContinental Hotels Group introduces Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown, an intriguing branded boutique hotel that delivers high peace and renewal to people who are tired of mundane 'cookie-cutter' hotels. Hotel Indigo Atlanta is conveniently located across from the historic Fox Theatre and ATT. Other nearby attractions include: The Georgia Aquarium, Georgia Dome, Philips Arena, Georgia Tech, the Georgia World Congress Center, CNN, Underground Atlanta, Turner Field, the High Museum …more

ATLANTA AREAS

ATL Airport Hotels
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is located 7 miles from the business center of Atlanta, Georgia. With seven terminals and 199 domestic and international gates, Hartsfield-Jackson has maintained its position as the world’s busiest airport since 2005.

Downtown Atlanta Hotels
Downtown Atlanta is the largest of the city’s three commercial districts. Downtown Atlanta is divided into nine sub districts and measures four square miles.

Midtown Atlanta Hotels
Midtown Atlanta is the second largest of the commercial districts and is the city’s art and cultural center. Dubbed “The Heart of the Arts,” Midtown is home to several artistic organizations.

Buckhead Atlanta Hotels
The third largest commercial district in Atlanta is Buckhead. Located between Interstate 85 and Interstate 75, Buckhead is comprised of a dense business district surrounded by suburban neighborhoods.

Turner Field Hotels
Turner Field has been home to the Atlanta Braves since 1997. Originally constructed as the Centennial Olympic Stadium, the stadium played a major role in the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.

Peachtree Street Hotels
Peachtree Street is the primary street of Atlanta, serving as the central vein of the city. Beginning at Five Points in Downtown Atlanta, Peachtree Street runs through Midtown and changes to Peachtree Road upon entering Buckhead.

Georgia World Congress Center Hotels
Georgia World Congress Center is the primary convention center in Atlanta. The GWCC was the first state owned convention center in the United States when it opened in 1976.

Centennial Olympic Park Hotels
Centennial Olympic Park is located in Downtown Atlanta, and was created to serve as a gathering place for visitors during the 1996 Olympic Games.

Philips Arena Hotels
Phillips Arena is home to the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association as well as the Atlanta Dream of the Women’s National Basketball Association.

Georgia Dome Hotels
The Dome is home to the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League, as well as for the Georgia State Panthers collegiate football team.

CNN Center Hotels
Located in Downtown Atlanta, the CNN Center has served as the world headquarters for the Cable News Network since it moved there from Midtown Atlanta in 1987.

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