BEST WESTERN Plus Inn at the Peachtrees
330 W Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30308-3517
Phone: 404/577-6970 | Fax: 404/659-3244 | 109 Rooms
Check Out Time: 12:00 PM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
Nestled in the heart of vibrant Atlanta, Georgia, The BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn at the Peachtrees is within walking distance to world-renowned attractions as well as many of Atlanta's Fortune 500 companies, including the World of Coca-Cola® Museum, Georgia Aquarium, the CNN® Center, Georgia Pacific, Coca-Cola® and so much more.
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Start your day with our complimentary full breakfast buffet that includes scrambled eggs, sausage, assorted breads and cereals, juice, and coffee.
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Parking is limited and is located at a parking garage off-site from the hotel. The garage is self-park and includes in and out privileges. The daily rate is $15.00. Larger vehicles cannot be accommodated in parking garage. Enjoy your stay.
Hotel Amenities & Services
- Exercise facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Complimentary breakfast
- Complimentary full breakfast, fresh Belgian waffles, pancakes, sausage, scrambled and boiled eggs, hash browns, grits or oatmeal. Assorted cereals, bagels, tasty muffins, fresh whole fruit, yogurt, breakfast breads.
- Exercise facility, 24-hour, with cardio equipment.
- Universal gym
- Sports trainer
- Stationary bike
- 24-hour front desk
- Inter/Exter corridor
- Multilingual staff, (English, Spanish)
- Dry cleaning, nominal fee same day cleaning available
- Cable or satellite television, HD satellite television with Showtime® premium channels.
- Free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
- Business center
- Printer available
- Fax services
- Fax machine
- Computer available
- Photocopy, nominal fee
- Photocopy services
- Photocopy machine
- Conference services
- Video conferencing
- Mail services, we accept mail and packages for the guest as well as outgoing for regular mail.
- Meeting facilities
- Banquet facilities
- Conference facilities
- Convenience store/Sundry
- Physically challenged services
- Hearing impaired services
- Elevator, wheelchair accessible
- Parking for the physically challenged nominal fee
- Ice/vending machines
- Garage parking, nominal fee
- Paid parking, 15.00 USD, fee
- Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
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Longitude: 33.763474 / Latitude: -84.387677
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: Airport From I-75/I-85 connector take exit 249B and stay in the right lane. At the first light, make a right onto Peachtree Street. After three blocks, make a right onto West Peachtree Street NW. The BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn at the Peachtrees is straight ahead.
From: North I-75/I-85 South Exit 249C (Williams Street). Continue off ramp which will be Williams Street, turn left at second street on West Peachtree Place. Turn right at second street onto West Peachtree Street. The BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn at the Peachtrees is one half block up on right.
From: South From I-75/I-85 connector take exit 249B and stay in the right lane. At the first light, make a right onto Peachtree Street. After three blocks, make a right onto West Peachtree Street NW. The BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn at the Peachtrees is straight ahead.
From: East From I-75/I-85 connector take exit 249B and stay in the right lane. At the first light, make a right onto Peachtree Street. After three blocks, make a right onto West Peachtree Street NW. The BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn at the Peachtrees is straight ahead.
From: West From I-75/I-85 connector take exit 249B and stay in the right lane. At the first light, make a right onto Peachtree Street. After three blocks, make a right onto West Peachtree Street NW. The BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn at the Peachtrees is straight ahead.
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We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
Enjoy a Tour of the Atlanta History Center
This must-see, 1926 Atlanta museum is home one of America's largest collections of artifacts from the Civil War. Schedule plenty of time to also tour the historic Tullie Smith House, the Swan House and the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum.
Stroll through the museum to view the permanent exhibits, including the Metropolitan Frontiers, Turning Point: The American Civil War, Centennial Olympic Museum, Shaping Traditions: Folk Arts in a Changing South and Down the Fairway with Bobby Jones.
While at the museum, view the replica of historian Franklin Garrett's office.
Bobby Dodd Stadium is home to Georgia Tech Football
The stadium serves as the home of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team, members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Besides housing the Georgia Tech “Ramblin’ Wreck,” the stadium has hosted professional soccer games and college football bowl games.
The stadium serves as a battleground where fans can gather to witness the heated rivalry between Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia Bulldogs.
Visit Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta
A twenty-one acre park, Centennial Olympic Park is minutes northwest of downtown Atlanta. Built in preparation for the Centennial 1996 Summer Olympics, the park hosted medal presentations, entertainment and exhibits.
Many attractions surround the park including the Georgia Dome, Philips Arena, Georgia Aquarium and the The World of Coca Cola. Join the million of visitors each year to see the park and its incredible Fountain of Rings.
The Fountain features five 25-foot Olympic Rings spraying water up to twelve feet in the air, surrounded by flags from each of the countries that hosted Summer Olympic games, prior to the 1996 Olympic games.
Watch the spectacular Fountain Show to see the water shoot up to thirty feet in the air, along with colored lights and music. Make plans to attend one of the summer concerts or festivals in the park for a relaxing day in downtown Atlanta.
Boasting the moniker “challenging and convenient,” Charlie Yates Golf Course entices visitors from the Atlanta metro area with a wealth of scenic beauty as well as excellent golf. Visiting golfers continually enjoy the nine-hole, par 30 course, complete with Bermuda fairways and Bent grass greens.
With a healthy mix of par 3s and 4s, Charlie Yates is an excellent course for seasoned golfers looking for a quick round. However, novice golfers are welcomed as well – the course offers individual and group lessons for those looking to fine tune their swing.
Tour the CNN Center in Atlanta
Found in downtown Atlanta, the CNN Center is the world headquarters for CNN. The CNN Center, today, houses the main CNN newsroom and several studios, including office space dedicated to CNN employees and those of Turner Broadcasting System. On your next visit to Atlanta and surrounding metro area, make plans to tour the CNN Center.
The CNN Center offers tours throughout the year. Each tour is guided and lasts just under an hour, with a fresh one departing about every 10 minutes. The CNN Center tour takes you through the actual HLN Control Room and HD Studio 7.
If you're looking to host an event, make the CNN Center your first choice. You'll be able to choose from the Globe and Theater, which seats 20 for dinner, the Terrace and Globe (50 for dinner), City View (60 for dinner), and the CNN Center Atrium, which will seat up to 200 people for dinner.
Seating 10,475 baseball fans, Coolray Field is a minor league field located in Lawrenceville, Georgia, northeast of Atlanta. The facility is the home of the Gwinnett Braves, the Triple-A affiliate of major leaguers the Atlanta Braves.
In addition to the stadium grandstands, Coolray Field features a general admission lawn, giving fans the opportunity for a quintessential summer baseball game experience on the grass. On the stadium’s main concourse, fans can enjoy the famed Knucksie sandwich at Niekro’s or relax at Suite Lounge and Bar, which overlooks the field.
Take in a Show at the Historic Fox Theatre
Visitors to the Capital City who enjoy learning about the history of Atlanta, need to include a stop in Midtown. The Fox Theatre Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a must-see section of Midtown.
The four historic buildings in the district are the Fox Theatre, William Lee Stoddart's Georgian Terrace Hotel, Stoddart's Italianate and the Cox-Carlton Hotel. Known as the Fabulous Fox, the Fox Theatre was built in 1929 – it's a premier attraction in Atlanta metro.
This incredible 4,678 seat movie palace features an Arabian courtyard with crystal stars, an Egyptian Ballroom, ornate fireplaces, a replica of a Bedouin canopy in the auditorium and trompe loeil throughout the theater.
Whether you visit the theatre for a tour, attend a special event or watch a Broadway show from one of the seats, it will be an experience to remember.
Explore the World's Largest Aquarium
Visit the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. The world's largest aquarium yields an entertaining and engaging experience with more than 60 exhibits and eight million gallons of water.
Bring your camera to catch a shot of the beluga whales in the Cold Water Quest Animal gallery or simply gaze at the peaceful jellyfish bobbing along in the Tropical Diver gallery.
See more of the aquarium than the average visitor during the Behind the Scenes tour. Or, consider the Journey with Gentle Giants tour – an exclusive opportunity to swim with a whale shark, the largest fish in the world. With so much to see and explore across Atlanta, be sure to schedule more than one day for it all.
The state of Georgia, like many of its neighbors in the deep south, are rich in early American history. From the plantations, to the Civil War battle sites, Georgia can easily yield full days of historic and edifying adventures. Visit northern GA and stay in Atlanta, where a tour of the Georgia Capitol Museum is a must.
The Georgia Capitol Museum has a mission to preserve and interpret the history of Georgia's State Capitol. There are guided and self-guided tours available at the Georgia Capitol Museum – explore four different floors of exhibits, and activities – the Fun with Miss Freedom hands-on activity is a great choice for the kids.
Enjoy a Falcons Game at the Georgia Dome
The busy Capital City of Atlanta is home to many professional sports teams. One such team is the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League. Their home turf, the Georgia Dome, was completed in 1992 on nine acres of land, just outside of downtown Atlanta.
This 71,228 seat stadium remains the world's largest indoor facility for sports in America. The multi-purpose dome not only hosts football games, but also concerts, basketball games, soccer matches, wrestling events, gymnastics, Professional Bull Riders' events and more.
During the 1996 Summer Olympics, the stadium hosted basketball games and artistic gymnastics competitions. Each year, the Drum Corps International Southeastern Championship is held at the stadium. While in Atlanta, cheer on the Falcons or attend your favorite special event, for a fun afternoon in the dome.
Explore the Campus at Georgia Tech
Established in October of 1885, the Georgia Institute of Technology is a top, public research university in the country.
Found in downtown Atlanta, Georgia Tech – as it is most commonly referred to – features an urban campus of nearly 400 total acres, and operates by its motto: Progress and Service.
Georgia Tech is split into six different colleges, and is well regarded as excelling in the areas of engineering and computing.
As you tour the Atlanta metro area, be sure to make some time to enjoy a campus tour of Georgia Tech. Whether you're in town checking out college options with your soon-to-be high school graduate, or if you're just simply a curious on-looker, don't miss a tour.
Many visitors enjoy a wide range of exciting college sports action available on and near the Georgia Tech campus. During the fall, head for Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field for GT Yellow Jackets football games. And in the spring make your way to Hank McCamish Pavilion for Yellow Jackets basketball games.
Plan your next visit to Georgia and head for the northern region – in Atlanta, you'll find a metropolitan haven, with top attractions, can't-miss dining and entertainment options, and plenty of history. Be sure you plan a visit to the Georgia International Convention Center, the second biggest in the state behind only the Georgia World Congress Center.
Opened in 2009, the Georgia International Convention Center is found south of downtown Atlanta adjacent to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Throughout the year, the Georgia international Convention Center hosts a number of different conferences, meetings, banquets, and trade shows – the Georgia Educational Technology Conference is just one of their annual events.
Enjoy a Campus Tour at Georgia State University
Established in 1913, Georgia State University is a public school found in downtown Atlanta. Whether you're in town looking at colleges with your soon-to-be high school graduate, or if you simply would enjoy a campus tour, make your way to the campus of Georgia State University.
As one of the highlights of the Atlanta area, GSU offers students close to 250 different undergrad and post-grad degree programs, and is one of four research school in the University System of Georgia.
Sports fans visiting the area looking for the excitement of college athletics need not look further than the GSU Panthers. Competing across a wide range of sports with 16 different varsity level teams, the GSU Panthers are a real source of local pride and provide plenty of entertainment throughout the year.
In the spring, head for the GSU Baseball Complex and check out a Panthers baseball game, or visit the Georgia Dome during the fall for exciting GSU Panthers football games.
Plan a trip into Atlanta and catch all the excitement of college basketball at the GSU Sports Arena, home of the Georgia State University Panthers. You'll find GSU Sports Arena on the Georgia State University campus along Decatur Street and between Piedmont Avenue and Courtland Street.
Constructed 1973, GSU Sports Arena is home to the GSU men's and women's basketball teams. It also famously hosted a badminton competition as part of the 1996 Summer Olympics. The GSU women's volleyball team also plays home matches here. GSU Sports Arena seats 3,854 fans.
High Museum of Art
Established in 1905, the High Museum of Art is located in Midtown – better known as the Arts District of greater Atlanta. Set on Peachtree Street in central Atlanta, the High is within the top 100 of the world’s busiest art museums.
The High Museum’s permanent collection features more than 11,000 works of art, and has showcased popular exhibits like Louvre Atlanta. Along with displays of African, American, Folk and more art, other features include the Museum Shop at the High Museum of Art – plus onsite eateries like High Café and the Table 1280 restaurant.
Closed on Mondays, the High is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. – and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. Check out Friday Jazz – held every third Friday of the month except December – and enjoy the museum till 10 p.m.
Enjoy Your Day at Lake Lanier in Gainesville
Created by the Buford Dam on the Chattahoochee River, Lake Lanier is a scenic reservoir set in rural northern Georgia.
The lake is over 38,000 acres and features a wide variety of outdoor recreation. There are many ways to explore and enjoy northern GA – make trip to Lake Lanier and experience one of the best.
With multiple boat launch sites, the lake is frequently a popular boating, jet skiing, and water skiing destination. Visitors often travel from Atlanta for the excellent fishing opportunities abound as well.
The MLK Boyhood Home is Available for Tours
You won't want to skip a chance to explore the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta. Plan your next trip into the ATL and head for one of the premier historic destinations in the area.
Established in 1980, the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site is anchored by King's boyhood home, and surrounded by several other buildings of note.
You can explore up and down along Sweet Auburn historic district of Atlanta, or tour the Ebenezer Baptist Church, where MLK was a pastor. Many enjoy visits to the "I Have A Dream" World Peace Rose Garden, one of the true highlights at the MLK Jr. National Historic Site.
The people living in the Capital city of Atlanta have access to attending numerous professional sporting events, in their hometown. The action for the Atlanta Hawks, of the National Basketball Association, and the Atlanta Dream of the Women's National Basketball Association, happens in Philips Arena. This multi-purpose arena was completed in 1999, west of downtown Atlanta near the Georgia Dome.
For twelve years, the arena was also home to the Atlanta Thrashers of the National Hockey League. Since its completion, the arena has hosted numerous events and concerts, making it one of the busiest arenas in the country. The arena has been host to concerts, National Basketball Association All-Star Games, United States Figure Skating Championships and World Wrestling Entertainment events.
View of Downtown Atlanta from Piedmont Park
Imagine a place in the middle of a busy city to unwind and reconnect with the past. Atlanta's Piedmont Park is just the place to include on your itinerary while in the city.
This 189-acre park, located north of downtown Atlanta, dates back to 1887 with the hosting of the first Piedmont Exposition, followed by the 1895 Cotton States and International Exposition. Throughout the years, the park has grown to be "Atlanta's largest green space".
Visit this beautiful park to play bocce ball, basketball and tennis or to go fishing in Lake Clara Meer. Go skating, biking or fishing for a fun day at the park.
Let the kids play at the playgrounds, while setting up a delicious picnic lunch underneath a shade tree at one of the park's picnic areas. The park's beautiful surroundings, including the Magnolia Hall and Lawn, Greystone and dockside, are ideal settings for private parties, weddings, meetings and events.
Located in northern Georgia, Rocky Mountain Recreation and Public Fishing Area houses two separate lakes, ideal for outdoor recreational fun. The lakes are popular choices for boating, as it has multiple boat ramps and over 500 acres of waters.
Visitors often travel from neighboring towns like Rome, East Ellijay, Fort Oglethorpe, and even Atlanta for the excellent fishing. Anglers enjoy casting out their lines for largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish, and more. The lake also features covered picnic areas, hiking trails, and scenic overlooks for additional lakeside recreation.
Carving on Stone Mountain
See a premier site in Georgia. Stone Mountain Park is one of Georgia's most visited attractions and has been entertaining visitors for over 50 years. It's an iconic landmark in Stone Mountain.
The northern Georgia park offers 3,200 acres of family-fun activities, including fishing on Stone Mountain Lake, golf, hiking through 15 miles of trails, bicycling, listening to the daily Carillon concert, experiencing the 4-D "Journey to the Center of the Earth" feature, and watching the nightly Lasershow Spectacular.
Ride the Summit Skyride for an incredible view of the Atlanta skyline. Test your balance and skill on the Sky Hike, one of America's largest rope courses, or ride the 1940s train for a scenic, five-mile tour around the mountain.
See the King Tombsite at the King Center
On your next trip to Atlanta, be sure to visit the King Center. Technically called the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, the center is found on the grounds of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, one of the most widely visited attractions in northern Georgia.
Established in 1968 by Coretta Scott King, the King Center has sought to inspire, educate, and pay respects to the legacy of Dr. King.
On your tour of the King Center, be sure to check out his Dr. King's birth home, and the reflecting pool at Freedom Hall. Centrally located in downtown Atlanta, the King Center is easily accessed from nearby cities like Hapeville and College Park.
Each January, the King Center hosts the Salute to Greatness Award Dinner. Many guests at the King Center find time to explore the expansive collection of literature and history at the King Library & Archive.
What'll Ya Have? It's the famous cry you'll hear over and again when you visit The Varsity in downtown Atlanta. Of the many locations spawned from it, this location is the biggest and most grand. It's known to be the "world's largest drive-in" with a parking lot big enough for 600 cars.
The entire location of The Varsity Downtown is found on two acres in Atlanta, and on days when Georgia Tech University plays football, this place is packed – they serve nearly 30,000 people on game day, selling over two miles worth of hot dogs and 300 gallons of chili. Stop by The Varsity Downtown and enjoy a classic American burger, fries, and a shake.
Major League Baseball is alive and well in the city of Atlanta. Turner Field has been the home ballpark for the Atlanta Braves since 1997 after the demolition of Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. The 85,000-seat stadium was constructed for the 1996 Summer Olympics and named the Centennial Olympic Stadium.
Once the Olympics and the Summer Paralympics were over, the ballpark was renovated for baseball Major League Baseball action, with just over 49,000 seats. This is a premier Atlanta-area attraction.
In 2000, this wonderful baseball stadium hosted the Major League Baseball All-Star Game. The college baseball rivalry game between the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech is a fun, annual event hosted at the ballpark.
Celebrate a special occasion by watching the Braves from one of the premium seats, including the 755 Club. While in the stadium, stroll through the ballpark's museum, the Ivan Allen Jr. Braves Museum and Hall of Fame.
Wolf Creek Golf Club provides visitors with an excellent, scenic respite from the hustle and bustle of the Atlanta metro area. The course has been inviting visitors to shoot for par on this notoriously challenging golf track since the course opened in 2001.
The course frequently hosts private and public tournaments as well, with visitors having the capability of hosting their own tournament. The course also houses a tournament pavilion – an ideal location for post-tournament events and parties.
With more than 1,500 animals across 220 species, Zoo Atlanta is an ideal destination for your next visit into Atlanta. While Atlanta and the rest of northern Georgia have plenty of iconic and historic sites to visit, Zoo Atlanta may just present one of the most unique and adventurous – 40 total acres and the largest collection of gorillas and orangutans at any zoo in the US.
With origins dating back to 1889, Zoo Atlanta is a real piece of local and state-wide history. When you do visit Zoo Atlanta, don't miss out on top exhibits and displays like the Ford African Rain Forest, or Boundless Budgies: A Parakeet Adventure. Another popular destination within the zoo is Trader's Alley: Wildlife's Fading Footprints. Any visit to Zoo Atlanta should also yield an exploration of the World of Reptiles, with over 450 and amphibians across 100 different species.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 0.50 mile(s) from Georgia Aquarium, world's largest aquarium
- 0.50 mile(s) from World of Coca-Cola®, museum
- 0.50 mile(s) from Centennial Olympic Park, site of 1996 Olympic events
- 0.50 mile(s) from Imagine It!, children's museum
- 1.00 mile(s) from Phillips Arena, home of Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Thrashers
- 1.00 mile(s) from Georgia Dome, home to the Atlanta Falcons
- 1.50 mile(s) from Atlanta Civic Center, event venue
- 2.00 mile(s) from High Museum of Art, Atlanta's famous art museum
- 2.00 mile(s) from Martin Luther King Site, historic museum and burial ground of Martin Luther King Jr.
- 2.00 mile(s) from Fox Theatre, famous Atlanta landmark theater
- 2.50 mile(s) from Center for Puppetry Arts, puppetry arts center and museum. Home to Jim Henson collection
- 3.00 mile(s) from Piedmont Park, Atlanta's central park.
- 3.00 mile(s) from Atlanta Botanical Gardens, and museum
- 3.00 mile(s) from Georgia World Congress Center , convention hall and event center
- 5.00 mile(s) from Carter Center, presidential museum and library
- .84 mile(s) from Underground Atlanta, retail shops, restaurants and Kiosk shopping
- 1.50 mile(s) from Atlantic Station, retail shops, restaurants, bowling alley and movie theater
- 4.00 mile(s) from Walmart®, discount department super store
- 8.20 mile(s) from Lenox Square Mall
BEST WESTERN Plus Inn at the Peachtrees
Enjoy your stay with us even more by checking out some of the most popular area points of interest and local area events happening in or near Atlanta. Chase the links to explore the local region even more.
Local Events Worth Considering:
2016 Athens-Savannah Double Century Ride
Cyclists, be sure and be a part of this annual trek, running 200 miles from Athens to Savannah. It's a scenic, and fun-filled bike ride, with proceeds going to a great cause. Register today.
2016 Atlanta Jazz Festival
A concert of epic proportions is held in Atlanta at Piedmont Park. Even better, it's free. Show times vary by day. Check the schedule and enjoy the smooth jazz.
2016 Atlanta Food & Wine Festival
Indulge in some of Atlanta's most delicious creations during this four-day festival, hosted at various venues in midtown ATL. Sit it on seminars, visit local restaurants, and experience the decadent side of northern GA. Tickets are on sale now.
2016 AthFest Music & Arts Festival
Nearly 100 bands make their way to downtown Athens for this three-day festival. Shows are held at various local clubs and venues. Other festivities include film screenings, KidsFest, and a club crawl. Grab your passes today.
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