Smart Meetings: Spooky Venues for Groups

Smart Meetings: Spooky Venues for Groups

October 1, 2017
Oakland Cemetery was founded in 1850 and serves as the resting place for well-known figures such as Bobby Jones, Margaret Mitchell and Maynard Jackson. The space is also a beautiful area for an event.
Smart Meetings: Guide to Top 7 Street Art Cities in the U.S.

Smart Meetings: Guide to Top 7 Street Art Cities in the U.S.

September 22, 2017
Atlanta hosts the annual street art conference Living Walls, the City Speaks. But that is only one of many reasons people are speculating whether Atlanta will be the next major street art city.

Meetings and Conventions: First Solis Hotel in U.S. to Debut at Porsche Campus

July 28, 2017
The 214-room Solis Two Porsche Drive - Solis Hotels and Resort's first U.S. property - will debut in late 2017, adjacent to the Porsche Cars North America Atlanta campus.
Successful Meetings: Hilton Atlanta Completes Meeting Space Renovation

Successful Meetings: Hilton Atlanta Completes Meeting Space Renovation

July 26, 2017
Atlanta’s third-largest hotel, the 1,249-room Hilton Atlanta, has completed a multimillion dollar renovation of its guest rooms, meeting spaces, and public areas, all of which have been updated with meeting groups in mind.
Orbitz: America’s 6 top spots for people watching

Orbitz: America’s 6 top spots for people watching

October 11, 2016
Dragon Con takes place once a year, almost always over Labor Day weekend, at five hotels in the Peachtree Center area of downtown Atlanta. Tens of thousands of fans of comics, sci-fi, and fantasy flood the city, and a high number of attendees don costumes. This means the streets are crowded with people dressed like Batman, Princess Leia and hundreds of less recognizable characters.
Meetings Today: Groups unearth Atlanta’s deep roots at venues

Meetings Today: Groups unearth Atlanta’s deep roots at venues

March 3, 2016
Atlanta’s historic boutique hotels lend style and gravitas to smaller meetings.

Hot Cities for Cool Downtown Meetings, Smart Meetings

February 24, 2016
Downtown is the perfect starting point for a visitor’s exploration of Atlanta. This tourism and meetings district is home to world-class attractions such as Center for Civil and Human Rights, College Football Hall of Fame, Georgia Aquarium, CNN Global Headquarters and World of Coca-Cola.

The Baltimore Sun, Black History Month Travel Destinations

February 15, 2016
Encompassing King's childhood home, America's largest private consortium of black universities and nearly 50 years of black mayors, this city has been shaped by African-American history.

Association Conventions & Facilities, Medical Meeting Meccas

February 1, 2016
Atlanta serves as a hub for medical conventions in part because it is home to industry leaders such as the Centers for Disease Control and Emory University.
Smart Meetings, Stepping Back in Time in Georgia

Smart Meetings, Stepping Back in Time in Georgia

January 28, 2016
Atlanta was able to rebuild itself from the ashes and has since become a major metropolitan center of business and commerce with a population of more than 5 million, making it America’s ninth largest city.
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