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Downtown, Atlanta, GA, USA

Downtown vacation rentals

Downtown, the Capital of the South

Home to almost 6 million residents, Atlanta lives up to its reputation as the Capital of the South. The Downtown core is dotted with big-ticket attractions, from the glitzy CNN Center to the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site. Downtown Atlanta vacation rentals put you in the heart of the city, with a constellation of compact condos just steps from bustling Peachtree Street. There are family-friendly attractions to boot, plus a fascinating African American legacy to soak up. Whether you want to explore the street scene or hop through the city's colorful neighborhoods, Downtown Atlanta makes a fantastic base.

Neighborhood-hopping in Downtown Atlanta

Technically, Downtown Atlanta is divided into nine sub-districts. From hitting the shops on stylish Peachtree Street to admiring historic buildings in SoNo, exploring the downtown neighborhoods is all part of the fun. For a taste of Atlanta's inspired food and wine scene, head to Restaurant Row in the trendy Luckie Marietta district. Wrapping its way around Centennial Olympic Park, this revitalized neighborhood is home to some of the city's best eats. Want to live the Atlanta high life? With Downtown Atlanta vacation rentals you can live it up in high-rise apartments in the heart of the city.

Experience the legacy of Martin Luther King

Home to sharks, stingrays, and everything in between, Georgia Aquarium is a firm favorite with families. If you harbor a pop addiction, World of Coca-Cola is one of Atlanta's quirkiest attractions. Nearby you'll find the CNN Center, where you'll unlock a behind the scenes glimpse at the iconic TV news network. For viewing Atlanta's rich African-American history the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site is a must. With so much to see, it's best to stay local with Downtown Atlanta vacation rentals, just steps from the city's top attractions.

Celebrate MLK Day in Downtown Atlanta

Held in late January, Atlanta takes its Martin Luther King Day festivities seriously. From street parades and concerts to art exhibitions and gala dinners, MLK Day is Atlanta's biggest celebration. May brings warm weather, as Atlanta gears up for its annual Jazz Festival over the Memorial Day Weekend. Not keen on battling lengthy lines at the aquarium or vying for a table on Restaurant Row? October is a great time to visit, with cooler weather and fewer crowds. You could even catch the annual Pride Festival, which sees Atlanta explode in a sea of rainbows.

Discover Atlanta's urban oases With its towering skyscrapers and busy streets, Downtown Atlanta can feel a little claustrophobic. For a breath of fresh air why not escape to the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where you can wander around 30 acres of leafy paths, bubbling fountains, and lush greenhouses. You can also take five in Centennial Olympic Park, which has made quite the transformation since it hosted the Games back in 1996. Today it's an urban haven of grassy fields, tree lined paths, and serene water gardens.