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Atlanta Airport Hotels
We look forward to the opportunity to assist you in booking your hotel stay at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Our Atlanta Airport Hotels offer complete services for the leisure and business traveler. All hotels are rated by AAA and Mobil Travel Guide. All Atlanta Airport Hotels have been inspected by our staff for quality and comfort.
Many of our Atlanta Airport Hotels offer free airport shuttle as well as special parking packages with up to 14 days parking. Whether you're travelling on business or leisure you'll be sure to find a hotel that suits your budget and needs at Airport Hotel Service. We buy in bulk from hotels, which means you get big discounts off the official hotel 'rack rate' - that's what most people pay when they just turn up at the hotel without a prepaid booking.
Featured Airport Hotels
RENAISSANCE ATLANTA AIRPORT HOTEL
1.2 mi / 2.0 km to Atlanta Airport
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The stye and design of this unique hotel is unmatched in both the elegance of the decorations and then splendor of the colors.
HOLIDAY INN ATLANTA AIRPORT SOUTH
1.3 mi / 2.1 km to Atlanta Airport
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This hotel offers a clean swimming pool, jacuzzi, and workout rooms for the use and enjoyment of all it's guests.
About Atlanta International Airport
Atlanta International Airport has been one of the busiest airports in the world for decades, primarily through it's long association with hometown Delta Airlines. AirTran Airways also maintains a major hub in Atlanta, although AirTran's recent buyout by Southwest Airlines may bring changes.
Known as Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, it began as Candler field in 1925 on an abandoned auto racing track covering 287 acres about 7 miles from downtown Atlanta. In 1926 air mail service began to Jacksonville, Florida, followed by Pitcairn Aviation, later renamed Eastern airlines, in 1928 and Delta Air Service in 1930. Candler quickly became the busiest airport in the south. After militarization during World War II it was renamed Atlanta Municipal airport, quickly outgrowing facilities. Both Eastern and Delta maintained large hubs at Atlanta since the war.
In 1977 construction began on the present midfield terminal, opening as the new Hartsfield International Airport in 1980. The name was changed to Hartsfield-Jackson in 2003, a new control tower opened in 2006, and the fifth runway opened in 2009. The new runway is built above Interstate highway 285 and makes Hartsfield one of the rare airports that can handle 3 landings at the same time.
Today Hartsfield-Jackson has 186 gates and employs over 50,000 workers, having progressed from mostly domestic flights to a growing international destination.