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"Hotlanta" is About to Get Even Hotter

In spring 2018, Hard Rock Hotel is coming to Atlanta. This famous, lyrical hotel will be fully equipped with unmatched amenities. Guest will enjoy cocktails on the hotel's rooftop oasis, schmooze in a vibrant lobby lounge, and delight in a variety of other offerings exclusive to the Hard Rock Hotel Brand. The hotel will be located next to the upcoming Mercedes-Benz Stadium—future home of the Atlanta Falcons.

Hard Rock Hotel's live entertainment and shows will compliment the already thriving Atlanta music scene, which includes the Music Midtown Festival and the annual Atlanta Jazz Fest. And, as Hard Rock guests have come to expect, the hotel's walls will be lined with musical memorabilia.

The Hard Rock Hotel Atlanta location makes it the perfect place for guests to stay while attending sporting and other entertainment events. It is also within walking distance of the fourth-largest convention center in the country. The hotel will easily serve as a meeting venue for large groups, as it will house 10,660 square feet of ballroom and banquet space.

Click here to read more about this rockin' project in the Groups Today January/February 2016 issue.

Photo courtesy of the Hard Rock Hotel Atlanta.

 


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