Stay at the Crowne Plaza Midtown Atlanta to be near popular attractions like the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park.
Save While You Explore with IHG Hotels & Resorts
Georgia, it seems, is on everyone's mind. That's why Explore Georgia is teaming up with IHG Hotels & Resorts to promote that Georgia has much more to explore. Guests can book IHG's Stay Longer and Save rate and save up to 20% when they stay three nights or more at select properties across the state through Feb. 28, 2021. With scenic mountains and tranquil beaches, big cities and small towns, places that shaped democracy and civil rights, majestic National Parks and State Parks, and Southern food that is good for the soul – it's easy to see that there is more to Georgia than its peaches.
With more than 100 properties participating, choose from Crowne Plaza Midtown in Atlanta, Hotel Indigo in Athens, Kimpton Brice in Savannah, and many more. Keep reading to find IHG Hotels & Resorts in Georgia as well as guides to some of the state's most intriguing cities.
Settled in 1773 by General James Oglethorpe, Savannah is Georgia's first city, and there is no shortage of reasons to visit this quintessential Southern locale. Visitors may recognize the majestic live oaks draped with Spanish moss and gothic architecture from popular movies, but the city's beauty and rich legacy are worth experiencing in person.
Book a guest room at the charming Kimpton Brice Hotel in Savannah's Historic Landmark District, perfect for a scenic stroll along the Savannah River.
With a thriving river economy that started with the indigenous community long before European settlers arrived, Macon is now a bustling city with many historical sites, eye-catching architecture and a legendary music scene. It's also home to Wesleyan College, the first college in the world chartered to grant degrees to women.
Home to The University of Georgia and birthplace of iconic American music groups R.E.M. and The B-52s, Athens boasts historic homes, the 300-acre State Botanical Garden of Georgia, and nationally recognized craft breweries (Tropicália, anyone?).
Although called "The Classic City," there isn’t anything conventional about Athens, and to really get a feel for its neighborhoods, stay at Hotel Indigo Athens Downtown.
Famous for hosting the annual Masters Tournament, Augusta was also the boyhood home of President Woodrow Wilson, who served as the 28th President of the United States. George Walton, the Georgia representative who signed the U.S. Declaration of Independence, was also from Augusta.
Visit these historical home sites, or even visit the new mural of the Godfather of Soul, Augusta's own James Brown, while staying at avid hotel Augusta W – Grovetown, one of IHG’s newest hotel brands.