Nestled in the geographic heart of among blossoming cherry trees, this Southern charmer has a surprising wealth of attractions and elegant antebellum homes. When you stay in our Holiday Inn® hotels you’ll see the old and new South in pleasant harmony.
You won’t lack for leisure activities when you book a stay at our hotels in . Home to Otis Redding, Little Richard, and the Allman Brothers band, the city has a strong musical heritage that’s proudly on display in the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. Take a tour of Hay House, an extravagant Italian Renaissance confection built in the mid-1800s by the keeper of the Confederate treasury. In a city filled with grand homes, the quaint Victorian cottage where poet Sidney Lanier was born in 1842 lies at the modest end of the spectrum. Confederate generals, politicians, and rock stars are buried in atmospheric , where mossy terraces and cypress trees call to mind a Tuscan hillside. Kids love clambering over the ancient Indian mounds at the .
Enjoy the city’s thriving culinary scene when you stay in our hotels. The hickory-smoked barbecue at 75-year-old Fincher’s is so good it’s traveled on two NASA space missions. If you’re visiting in early spring, dine along aptly named during the International Cherry Tree Festival, when the pink and white blossoms on the town’s 300,000 trees are in full, magnificent bloom. has music in its bones, so you won’t lack for nightlife options, from headliner performances in the 1884 Grand Opera House to a bluegrass band in a gritty pub.
Make our hotels your convenient base for enjoying this central city, with an abundance of historic sites and a musical heart.