Stay Active in Atlanta

Experiences

Atlanta is easy to explore and even easier to fall in love with. We offer one of the world’s most accessible airports with a two-hour flight to most destinations. In our city, warm Southern welcomes are a staple and traveling on foot through our neighborhoods is the norm with an average temperature of 61 degrees Fahrenheit. Many attractions are a short walk away from our centrally located hotel including the World of Coca‑Cola, Georgia Aquarium, College Football Hall of Fame, Atlanta Zoo, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Centennial Olympic Park, CNN Center and Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Other popular attractions such as Fox Theatre, Krog Street Market, Ponce City Mark and Buckhead are minutes away thanks to our nearby MARTA line. When you're ready to wind down, Atlanta Marriott Marquis is there with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a fitness center and a sports bar.

On-Site Outlets
Spa - Couples Massage

The Spa

Committed to providing an unforgettable wellness escape, our hotel spa in downtown Atlanta, GA, offers a full menu of day spa services, from couples massage to facials, manicures and body wraps.

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

Pool

Swimming

Pool

Mon-Sun: 6:00 AM-8:00 PM

Indoor

Towels provided

Heated

Pool

Mon-Sun: 6:00 AM-8:00 PM

Outdoor

Towels provided

Local Attractions
Krog Street Market

Located 1.5 miles from our hotel is Krog Street Market. Venture out to this mixed-use development with shopping and dining.

Ponce City Market

Located in a converted historic building, steps off the BeltLine, this industrial-chic shopping center features restaurants, retail stores, boutiques and a food hall.

More Attractions
Indoor pool with glass dome ceiling.

Summer Events

Participate in the world's largest 10k over Fourth of July at the Peachtree Road Race or cheer on your favorite college football team during the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game.

Fall Events

Grab your tickets for the two-day Music Midtown concert featuring a line up of all music genres or visit during Dragon Con, the nation's largest multi-media, multi-genre pop culture convention. Show your pride in October at Atlanta Pride or sample Atlanta's most popular restaurants at Taste of Atlanta in October.

Winter Events

Visit Atlanta over a three-day weekend or the holidays to experience all we have to offer. Catch the SEC Football Championship or Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Honor MLK and other civil rights leaders with a visit to his birth home, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park or the National Center for Civil & Human Rights.

Spring Events

Discover regional artists at Atlanta Dogwood Festival in April or listen to the soulful sounds of jazz in May at Atlanta Jazz Festival, both at Piedmont Park. Discover Shaky Knees and Shaky Beats music festivals or sip on Atlanta's most notable beer at the Sweetwater 420 Festival. Don't miss Atlanta Food & Wine Festival in May or the Atlanta Film Festival in March.

Atlanta Neighborhoods
Downtown

Home to Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Downtown Atlanta is full of offerings for all types of travelers. Here, you will find Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home to NFL's Atlanta Falcons and MLS' Atlanta United. State Farm Arena - where the NBA Hawks call home and big name concerts are held - is also nearby. Our hotel is steps from popular attractions like the Coke Museum and Georgia Aquarium.

Grant Park

Grant Park is known as being a hip hangout for foodies and history buffs. Surrounded by quaint communities such as Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown and Glenwood, there is so much to explore. Characterized by Victorian-style architecture, Grand Park also has little villages of local shops and restaurants and is home to the fourth-largest park in the city.

Little Five Points

Little Five Points is Atlanta's hippie ‘hood. Everything about the area is Bohemian chic. Vintage stores line the streets alongside a natural foods market and indie radio station. Take in the music of street performers, explore local graffiti and enjoy people watching.

Old Forth Ward & Inman Park

Old Fourth Ward has emerged as one of the hippest neighborhoods in Atlanta in just a few short years, while the city's oldest neighborhood - Inman Park - continues to get better and better. Visit Ponce City Market or Krog Street Market for food, art and drink vendors. Rent a bike or scooter to explore art on the BeltLine, or catch a festival at Old Forth Ward Park. 

Midtown

Neighbor to downtown via Peachtree Street and easily accessible after a couple of stops on MARTA, Midtown is home to beautiful green space like Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This LGBTQ+ friendly neighborhood is filled with bars and restaurants and is home to many Atlanta art galleries, including the High Museum of Art.

How to Get Around
Atlanta Streetcar

The Atlanta Streetcar is a fun and convenient way to travel to all of Atlanta's downtown attractions, including the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca Cola, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. museum and more.

Marta

Atlanta's subway system - MARTA - connects travelers from the Airport directly to our hotel via the Peachtree Center Station stop. Hop on MARTA to connect to Midtown, Buckhead, Little Five Points and beyond.

Rideshare & Recreational Rentals

Apps like Uber and Lyft can pick guests up directly in our covered porte-cochere. Guests may also find local scooter and bike rentals nearby via apps like Lime, Bird, Relay Bikes, or Cycle Atlanta.