Hotels near Midtown
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
No matter when you arrive in Midtown, it's showtime. Midtown's Cultural Corridor is home to 30 performing arts groups and 25 entertainment venues, including the granddaddy of them all: the art deco Arabesque Fox Theatre. Generations of fans have yelled "Freebird!" for encores here, ever since Lynyrd Skynyrd recorded their definitive Southern rock anthem at the Fox. Summer brings Music Midtown and Screen on the Green to 189-acre Piedmont Park, while winter inside the vast Woodruff Arts Center means great performances at Atlanta Symphony and Tony-winning Alliance Theatre. The High Museum of Art keeps the inspiration coming from Italian Renaissance painting through Southern folk art, with 13,000 artworks overflowing Richard Meier's dazzling white-enamel galleries into Renzo Piano's light-dappled 2005 extension. The Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) gives Midtown even more to brag about with its Smithsonian-approved collection, 2011 platinum LEED-certified green building, and blockbuster shows ranging from Bauhaus furniture to skateboard art. Midtown has been a major drag ever since Drag Race superstar RuPaul rocked the Atlanta LGBT scene, which is America's third largest and most diverse. Atlanta Gay Pride Fest has grown since 1971 into a week-long extravaganza in June, though Midtown's underground club scene has been mainstreamed and tamed since the '90s. All dressed up and no place to go in Atlanta, like Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With the Wind Channel Margaret Mitchell, who wrote these Pulitzer Prize-winning words in Midtown: "My dear, I don't give a damn."

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Midtown

Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
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3.9
769 reviews
800 Spring St Nw, Atlanta
from $98
Hyatt Regency Atlanta Downtown
Hyatt Regency Atlanta Downtown
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3.7
2197 reviews
265 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta
from $96
Sheraton Atlanta Downtown
Sheraton Atlanta Downtown
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3.7
3032 reviews
165 Courtland Street NE, Atlanta
from $99
Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center
Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center
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3.8
793 reviews
3405 Lenox Rd NE, Atlanta
from $111
Artmore Hotel - Midtown
Artmore Hotel - Midtown
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3.8
1027 reviews
1302 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta
from $119
Hampton Inn Atlanta-Georgia Tech-Downtown
Hampton Inn Atlanta-Georgia Tech-Downtown
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4.1
395 reviews
244 North Ave Nw, Atlanta
from $89
JW Marriott Atlanta Buckhead
JW Marriott Atlanta Buckhead
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4.0
769 reviews
3300 Lenox Rd Ne, Atlanta
from $129
Hilton Atlanta
Hilton Atlanta
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3.5
6316 reviews
255 Courtland St NE, Atlanta
from $119
Atlanta Marriott Suites Midtown
Atlanta Marriott Suites Midtown
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4.0
536 reviews
35 14th Street NE, Atlanta
from $129
The Westin Peachtree Plaza
The Westin Peachtree Plaza
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3.4
2539 reviews
210 Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta
from $110
More About Hotels near Midtown...

No matter when you arrive in Midtown, it's showtime. Midtown's Cultural Corridor is home to 30 performing arts groups and 25 entertainment venues, including the granddaddy of them all: the art deco Arabesque Fox Theatre. Generations of fans have yelled "Freebird!" for encores here, ever since Lynyrd Skynyrd recorded their definitive Southern rock anthem at the Fox. Summer brings Music Midtown and Screen on the Green to 189-acre Piedmont Park, while winter inside the vast Woodruff Arts Center means great performances at Atlanta Symphony and Tony-winning Alliance Theatre. The High Museum of Art keeps the inspiration coming from Italian Renaissance painting through Southern folk art, with 13,000 artworks overflowing Richard Meier's dazzling white-enamel galleries into Renzo Piano's light-dappled 2005 extension. The Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) gives Midtown even more to brag about with its Smithsonian-approved collection, 2011 platinum LEED-certified green building, and blockbuster shows ranging from Bauhaus furniture to skateboard art. Midtown has been a major drag ever since Drag Race superstar RuPaul rocked the Atlanta LGBT scene, which is America's third largest and most diverse. Atlanta Gay Pride Fest has grown since 1971 into a week-long extravaganza in June, though Midtown's underground club scene has been mainstreamed and tamed since the '90s. All dressed up and no place to go in Atlanta, like Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With the Wind Channel Margaret Mitchell, who wrote these Pulitzer Prize-winning words in Midtown: "My dear, I don't give a damn."

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