Hotels near Druid Hills
Druid Hills is a large neighborhood east of Midtown in Atlanta, GA and just to the north of Virginia-Higland. Containing Emory University, The Center For Disease Control, as well as the Fernbank Forest and Druid Hills Golf Course, this is an area that's incredibly diverse. On the one side you have academia and science, and on the other you have old growth forests and a nature preserve with a trail and viewing platform. And with the mix of students, professors, and scientists, Druid Hills will keep both your brain and your body healthy. After pretending to hit the books, you'll be motivated to explore the many trails that make their way around the area.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Druid Hills

Emory Conference Center Hotel
Emory Conference Center Hotel
647 reviews
1615 Clifton Rd NE, Atlanta
from $121
University Inn At Emory
University Inn At Emory
37 reviews
1767 North Decatur Road, Atlanta
from $124
The Highland Inn
The Highland Inn
1129 reviews
644 North Highland Avenue, Atlanta
from $68
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Affordable Outdoor Exploring

If you're in town for a conference, or another event that keeps you close to the University or the CDC, you have two hotels to choose from: The University Inn at Emory and the Emory Conference Center Hotel. An area tradition for over 40 years, The University Inn is a quaint and friendly family-owned establishment that's an easy walk from the Emory University campus and Emory University Hospital. The Emory Conference Center Hotel is closer to Candler Lake, where you can hike or fish in the treasured lake and green area close by.

Stay Busy All Year Long

Since Druid Hills is home to Emory University, there's plenty of hustle and bustle beginning in the neighborhood at the end of August and continuing through the rest of the school year. But summer months can be just as busy, with everyone flocking to Druid Hills' greenspaces to enjoy the great outdoors. Affordable housing is mostly snapped up by students, but you can snoop in on some of the more stately residences by joining a walking tour that's led by the Atlanta Preservation Center.