Hotels near Virginia-Highland
Just east of Piedmont Park and the Beltline, the Virginia-Highland area was built in the early 1900s specifically as a "streetcar suburb" of Atlanta, GA. Now the area is hopping with shopping, dining, entertainment, and nightlife, all divided up amongst seven distinct "villages." It has become famous for the charming craftsman bungalows that line the streets, which are now protected from developers who imagine tearing them down to build condos. This trendy and welcoming neighborhood is perfect for a day trip to escape Midtown for a change of scenery, or stay here for your visit and pretend to be one of the stylish (and lucky) locals. 
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Cheap and Trendy Stay

Perhaps the New York-inspired nickname, VaHi, has contributed to the upwardly mobile trend ot the area. Though the cafes and boutiques are a little on the swish side, Virginia-Highland can boast of its friendliness in spite of its newfound trendiness. Quaint and affordable, The Highland Inn is a nice option for those wishing to stay in the neighborhood in a more traditional hotel setting, but many beautiful bungalows and rooms within those bungalows are available in the area via AirBNB. 

Entertainment All Year Round

Every year in June, the Virginia-Highland Civic Association hosts the very popular Virginia-Highland Summerfest arts and music festival, which is one of the largest art festivals in the Southeastern United States. The VHCA also organizes the Virginia-Highland Tour of Homes, which takes place in December. For two days, houses around the neighborhood, particularly the historic craftsman bungalows, are open for viewing by visitors. And though Virginia-Highland has frequently been voted the most walkable Atlanta-area neighborhood, the Christmas 5k will give you an excuse to both run through the area and come for a visit during the holiday season.