Hyatt Regency Atlanta
265 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
A room block has been arranged at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta near the Peachtree Center Mall. The room rate is $189 for single/double occupancy + tax. The room block is available until 2 June, 2018 or until the block is full.
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Federal Government Employees: There are a limited number of rooms at the current government per diem rate of $107 + tax included in the room block. This rate is for the use of Federal Government Employees Only. A government issued ID such as a driver's license is not sufficient ID and will delay your check-in and possibly leave you without a room as the group rate is limited. Please verify your credentials prior to arriving. Government employee: Click here to book a room.
The conference room rate includes complimentary internet in your sleeping room.
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) is an 11 mile drive to the hotel.
When Traveling via MARTA from the Airport:
Take the northbound train to the Peachtree Center Station stop, one stop north of the Five Points transfer station. Exit the train and take the escalator up towards Peachtree Center Mall. Once inside the mall, follow the signs to the covered walkway into the hotel.
Transportation can be arranged by visiting the SuperShuttle booth at the airport. Ask for the shuttle to the Hyatt Regency Atlanta.
Overnight valet parking with in-and-out privileges is $35 for a 24 hour period at the venue hotel.
Welcome to Atlanta, Georgia! Georgia is home to more than 500 aerospace companies and total workforce of 85,000, the state benefits from a diverse industry across the sectors of manufacturing, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), and transportation. Home to powerhouses Gulfstream
Air Lines, and Lockheed
Martin, aerospace products are the number one export from the state of Georgia at $8.44 billion. While you are here, consider a visit the Delta Flight
Museum near the airport. It features interactive exhibits and rare artifacts, cutting-edge technology, unique event spaces and an innovative focus on the future of aviation. At the Museum guests can get an up-close look at historic aircraft dating back to the 1920s, fly the only
Boeing 737 flight simulator open to the public, host events in a distinctive setting that offers historic glamour with modern appeal and shop for unique aviation souvenirs. For more information, visit their website at www.deltamuseum.org