You’ll be pleasantly surprised by the bounty of things to do and see in this friendly Georgia heartland town, from ancient Indian burial mounds to grand antebellum homes. Make yourself at home in our Holiday Inn Express® Macon hotels, and soak up the city’s rich musical heritage.
When cotton was king, Macon flourished and mansions sprang up on every corner of the city’s broad, leafy boulevards. The biggest and most extravagant, Hay House, was built in the mid-1800s for the then-lofty sum of $100,000; daily tours showcase the home’s ornate interiors. Less ostentatious but elegant in its own right is the ivory-columned Cannonball House, survivor of an 1864 Union Army shellacking and now open for tours. Many notable musicians were born or raised here, making this the ideal spot for the Georgia Music Hall of Fame; on exhibit are vintage jukeboxes and James Brown’s colorful capes. Nearby our Macon hotels are the open meadows and 12,000-year-old ruins of the Ocmulgee National Monument; entrance is free.
Choose between traditional Southern cuisine and inventive international dishes when you stay in our Macon hotels. The city’s revitalized Downtown features reasonably priced grills, pubs, restaurants, and bars located along Cherry and Mulberry streets. On balmy evenings, you can sip a mint julep under a constellation of stars. Music is always in the air, and performers can be found in music theaters and intimate pubs—even in an impromptu song and dance on a Downtown street.
Stay at our Macon hotels during the International Cherry Tree Festival in March, which showcases the seasonal flowering of the town’s 300,000 cherry trees. At Christmas historic house museums are dressed in holiday finery.
Book a stay in our Holiday Inn Express Macon hotels in the city known as “the song and soul of the South.”
Looking for an oasis in Georgia? Our smoke free Macon accommodations provide you with unexpected amenities like an ideal location off I-75, an expanded fitness center, indoor salt water pool and a gift shop.
Our Holiday Inn Express hotel in Macon, Georgia, provides several quality hotel amenities including a premium business center equipped with free high-speed, wireless Internet access, fitness center, micro/fridge, and continental breakfast.
Looking for hotels near Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC), Macon and I-75? Look no further. Our property features great amenities, such as free-hot breakfast, a 24-hour fitness center and free high-speed wireless Internet access. We are located right next door to the Central Georgia Convention Complex.
We invite you to experience true Southern Hospitality in a city that is rich in history. We are located less than 6 miles from popular attractions such as the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, The Hay House & the Ocmulgee National Monument. Other attractions include the Otis Redding, Jr. Memorial, the Tubman African American Museum, the Cannonball House & Museum, and the home of poet and musician.
Enjoy all of the comforts of home, with full kitchens along with modern conveniences like high-speed Internet and signature amenities such the Candlewood Cupboard. Here, it’s only natural to extend your stay.
Great for one night stay. I only stay at Candlewood one night at a time because they do not service the rooms daily. My bill was wrong but promptly corrected. The facilities were clean...and[More]
My one-night stay was perfect from check-in to check-out. I have trouble sleeping in hotels, but I slept like a rock here. For a brief moment when I awoke the next morning I thought I was in my own[More]
bed at home.
Every staff member I met was just the right amount of friendly. Would definitely stay here again. [Less]
The desk clerk did recognize me as an an IHG member ( I coded incorrectly and could not go back to change). The room was nice comfortable, and did include microwave, refrigerator, and coffee maker.[More]
The only negative experience was the noise generated by the air conditioner. It was so loud I couldn't hear the tv without turning it up loudly and it was hard to sleep with the noise, so I kept the air turned off as much as I could tolerate. [Less]