National Geographic Traveler listed Atlanta as one of the top 50 cities to visit in a lifetime. Atlanta boasts more than 500 Zagat-rated restaurants, 45 Wine Spectator award winning restaurants, 14 AAA four and five Diamond restaurants and 18 DiRoNa Award Winners. Atlanta is home of six professional sport teams and top annual sporting events, Grammy Award-winning symphony, Tony Award-winning theater, the country’s oldest continually operating ballet and 51 playhouse, and ranked number two city in the U.S. for shopping space per capita.
Atlanta is the third greenest city for its LEED-CERTIFIED Projects according to Business Facilities magazine. The Zero-Waste Zone program in most of the Atlanta hotels diverts waste from landfills to recycling facilities, minimizing our conference’s footprint.
The luxurious community of Buckhead boasts exquisite dining, nightlife, galleries and shopping. You will find something for everyone in this trendy neighborhood.
Designed in the late 1920’s, this historic landmark was originally the Yaarab Temple Shrine Mosque. Today, The Fox Theater presents shows by Broadway in Atlanta and Theater of the Stars.
Dive into a one-of-a-kind aquatic experience at the Georgia Aquarium, where imaginations go to play. You will discover graceful beluga whales, spectacular whale sharks, playful penguins and aquatic animals from around the globe.
Tour the core of CNN Worldwide for an up-close look at the global news in the making.
Experience the intriguing World of Coca-Cola. The museum features a multi-sensory 4-D theater, an extraordinary 1880s soda fountain, and unique live-action bottling line, plus an opportunity to sample nearly 70 different beverages from around the world.
Six city blocks of Underground Atlanta have been transformed into a subterranean marketplace offering guided historic tours, more than 100 specialty stores, and Kenny’s Alley music and nightlife district.