College Park, GA Hotels
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A quiet city located just a few minutes away from the bustle of Atlanta, College Park is most famous for being home to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the world's busiest airport. Boasting some 150,000 square feet of exhibit space, the Georgia International Convention Center (GICC) is also located here. Largely thanks to these two landmark facilities, College Park provides visitors with an abundance of affordable hotel options ranging from simple accommodations like those at the Microtel Inn or Super 8 to more luxurious lodgings like the Westin Atlanta Airport. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in College Park, GA

Sheraton Atlanta Airport Hotel
Sheraton Atlanta Airport Hotel
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3.6
1900 Sullivan Rd, College Park
from $71
The Westin Atlanta Airport
The Westin Atlanta Airport
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3.9
4736 Best Road, College Park
from $75
Embassy Suites Atlanta Airport
Embassy Suites Atlanta Airport
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4.1
4700 Southport Road, College Park
from $92
Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport-South
Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport-South
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4.1
1899 Sullivan Road, College Park
from $82
Windsor Hotel Atlanta Airport South
Windsor Hotel Atlanta Airport South
5010 Old National Hwy, College Park
from $71
Microtel Inn by Wyndham Atlanta Airport
Microtel Inn by Wyndham Atlanta Airport
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2.9
4839 Massachusetts Blvd, College Park
from $50
Holiday Inn Atlanta Airport South
Holiday Inn Atlanta Airport South
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4.3
4669 Airport Blvd, College Park
from $79
Hampton Inn Atlanta Airport
Hampton Inn Atlanta Airport
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3.9
1888 Sullivan Rd, College Park
from $75
Comfort Inn & Suites Airport South
Comfort Inn & Suites Airport South
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2.8
2450 Old National Pkwy, College Park
from $74
Super 8 College Park/Atlanta Airport
Super 8 College Park/Atlanta Airport
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3.1
2010 Sullivan Road I-85 East, 71 Riverdale Road, College Park
from $55
More About College Park, GA Hotels...

Busiest in the Summer 

The Atlanta area is busiest in the summer, when outdoor activities and concerts are plentiful. To find the best hotel deals in College Park, avoid the hottest months of the year and visit town in the fall, spring, or winter. With some 1,300 domestic flights each day, the Atlanta airport can get extremely busy, so book your room well in advance to secure a convenient, budget-friendly place to stay.

Access to Atlanta from Airport Hotels

If you are in the Atlanta area for business, you're probably best off staying at one of the airport hotels. All of the major hotels offer shuttle service to and from the airport and the MARTA mass transit system's College Park Station. While driving around metro Atlanta can be frustrating, many travelers prefer to rent cars, and all of the major car rental companies conveniently operate in the airport.

If you want to stay somewhere that offers a touch more pampering, book a room at the four-star Hilton Atlanta Airport. This hotel's 507 air-conditioned rooms come with refrigerators and TVs with premium channels. The Westin Atlanta Airport, meanwhile, offers large flat-screen TVs in every room. Those who require a bit more space often praise the Embassy Suites Atlanta Airport, where each two-room suite includes HD TV, a sleeper sofa, and a kitchenette with a fridge and microwave.

Airbnb Accommodations in College Park and Beyond

With fewer than 14,000 residents in an area smaller than 10 square miles, College Park itself doesn't offer many Airbnb lodging opportunities. Within a few minutes drive, though, are dozens of Airbnb-listed properties, including shared bedrooms, quaint homes, and walkup condos. 

Greater metro Atlanta has hundreds of Airbnb options, ranging from wooded treehouses to funky lofts.

Flavorful Charm in the Center of Town

The Georgia International Convention Center hosts a revolving door of regional and national conferences, providing still more reasons for the masses to visit College Park. While much of College Park's hospitality industry is clustered around the GICC and the airport, the city's historic downtown area is worth checking while you're in the area. Over 850 of the city's buildings are listed in the US Department of the Interior's National Register of Historic Places.

Most of College Park's historic buildings can be found along Main Street, which extends into downtown Atlanta. Downtown College Park features lots of great restaurants serving traditional Southern-style comfort food, with highlights including The Feed Store and Barbecue Kitchen of College Park. 

Boutique and Mainstream Shopping in College Park

Downtown College Park is also home to plenty of retail, all within minutes of the airport hotels. You can grab locally sourced groceries at Bond Organic Market right on Main Street. Pick up edgy, flamboyant women's clothing designs at Blush Couture. And, over at Carla's Boutik, you can find accessories and beauty products curated for specialty import from Southeast Asia, South America, and Africa.

A few more minutes in the car will get you to I-285 in East Point, where the Camp Creek Marketplace, a relatively large strip mall, boasts 48 stores and other businesses, including Marshall's, Old Navy, and Target.

 

As home to the world's busiest airport, College Park, GA, has an abundance of affordable hotels. You can choose simple accommodations like those at the Microtel Inn or Super 8, or you can opt for more luxurious lodgings at a hotel like the Westin Atlanta Airport. 

Best Times for Cheap Hotels in College Park

The Atlanta area is busiest in the summer, when outdoor activities and concerts are plentiful. To find the best hotel deals in College Park, avoid the hottest months of the year and visit town in the fall, spring, or winter. The Atlanta airport is very busy, so book your room well in advance to secure a convenient, budget-friendly place to stay.

Affordable Places to Crash Near College Park

If you are in the Atlanta area for business, stay at one of the airport hotels. Many, including Hotel Indigo and Best Western, offer shuttle service to the airport. If you want to stay somewhere that offers a touch more pampering, book a room at the Hilton Atlanta Airport. This four-star hotel provides air conditioning in all of the rooms so that guests won't melt in the southern heat. 

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