Welcome to the capital city of Georgia! While Atlanta retains some of its small-town atmosphere, its skyscrapers, sports arenas, and business districts rival some of the country's biggest cities. A popular destination for tourists and business travelers alike, Atlanta is one big city that retains its southern charm.

Didtown Atlanta Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels in the midtown Atlanta area. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Whether you are coming as a tourist or business traveler, Midtown Atlanta Hotels offers great hotels in the midtown Atlanta area!

Midtown Atlanta Hotel Map

Featured Hotel:

Hotel Indigo - Atlanta Midtown
Hotel Indigo - Atlanta Midtown
Hotel Indigo's interior styling evokes a sense of home and welcome…more

Additional Hotels:

Grand Hyatt Atlanta
3300 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30305 US

Atlanta, GA 30308 US

Four Seasons Atlanta
75 Fourteenth Street
Atlanta, GA 30363 US

The Artmore Hotel
1302 W Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30309-2902 US

Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Midtown Georgia Tech
1132 Techwood Drive
Atlanta, GA 30318 US

Residence Inn by Marriott Atlanta Midtown 17th Street
1365 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309 US

Marriott Suites Atlanta Midtown
35 Fourteenth Street Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30309 US

Americas Best Value Inn
Btwn Spring St and Dearing St
Atlanta, GA 30309 US

Residence Inn by Marriott Atlanta Historic Midtown
1041 West Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309 US

W Atlanta Midtown
188 14th Street NorthEast
Atlanta, GA 30361US

Regency Suites
975 W Peachtree St
Atlanta, GA 30309 US

Renaissance Atlanta Midtown
866 W. Peachtree Street,
Atlanta, GA 30309 US

Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
800 Spring Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30308 US

Atlanta-Days Inn Northwest
1701 Northside Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30318 US

About Atlanta

Atlanta was established in 1837 at the end of the Western and Atlantic railroad, and incorporated ten years later with a radius of one mile from the railroad. It was originally called Marthasville, a name it was given in honor of the daughter of the governor at the time. The city was nicknamed "Terminus" because of the rail location. Its name was later changed to Atlanta, which is the feminine version of Atlantic.

Located at the Appalachian Mountains' foothills, Atlanta is 1,050 feet above sea level. Its high elevation gives it a humid sub-tropical climate. The city covers 132.4 square miles, with water taking 0.7 square miles. It is the largest city in Georgia and its capital.

Thirteen Fortune 500 companies have their headquarters in Atlanta, which has evolved into a major banking center and transportation hub. Over 1,000 international businesses operate in the city, and more than 50 countries are represented through trade offices, chambers of commerce and consulates.

However, this does not mean business is only left to the multinationals. There are many small businesses owned by different groups of people, such as women, minority, and the disadvantaged. According to data from the National Association of Women Business Owners, the city is leading in percent growth in employment, sales, and number of women-owned firms. The leadership in Atlanta promotes equal and full business opportunities for everybody.

The main policy-making body in Atlanta is the City Council. In addition to making laws, the council oversees multiple commissions, boards, and agencies. The council has 15 members.

The city has been associated with the civil rights movement for over forty decades. Civil rights leaders made major sacrifices to bring peace in the city and its environs. Die-hard southerners regard the city as the center of the Old Confederacy. While Atlanta is certainly a city of the future, it still maintains strong ties to the past.

Growth in Atlanta steadily gained momentum after the ravages of the Civil War. Many dazzling skyscrapers have been built in the city from the late 1970s, which have reshaped its profile significantly. The skyline is changing in different places, including Buckhead, Midtown and business districts in the outer perimeter.

The city's population is about 420,000. In the last decade, the metro population rose from 2.9 to 4.1 million, marking growth of almost 40 percent. Of course, the daytime population fluctuates because of commuting.