Emory Conference Center Hotel

1615 Clifton Rd. NE (Houston Mill Rd. NE) Atlanta GA

Convenient to major academic institutions and museums, this hotel enjoys a forested oasis setting.

The Emory Conference Center Hotel boasts a design inspired by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, showcasing natural materials (wood and stone), a strong horizontal plane and massive fenestration. LEED certified, the facility sits on a 26-acre forest preserve adjacent to Emory University. It's the ideal location for anyone needing access to the university's world-renowned medical facilities, or for those visiting the Michael C. Carlos Museum or the Fernbank Museum of Natural History. For business purposes, the hotel offers superior meeting space options. Its 319 rooms and six suites are done with Mission-style furniture, and all are non-smoking. The accommodations in the original building have been upgraded with fresh soft goods and glass tops for surfaces. Six of the king-bedded rooms and five of the double-bedded rooms are ADA accessible. Two of the former and one of the latter have roll-in showers. Hearing and vision kits are available. All rooms are well equipped, with 37-inch flat-screen TVs, large work surfaces and ergonomic chairs. High-speed Internet is complimentary. There is an on-site laundry facility, and a 24-hour fitness center is available. Three full-service restaurants, plus in-room service, make it easy to dine well without leaving the property, although very fine restaurants can be found nearby. Guests can unwind at the end of the day with a walk along the 1.5 mile trail that courses behind the property, or gather with colleagues for conversation around the fire pit on one of the patios.

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1615 Clifton Rd. NE (Houston Mill Rd. NE) Atlanta GA 30329 U.S.

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866-257-5990, 404-935-6449 Hotel’s Website

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