Quality Hotel Downtown
89 Luckie St.
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 524-7991
Fax: (404) 524-0672
200 Peachtree occupies a magnificent, historic building designed by Philip Shutze in 1927. Four beautiful spaces within the venue offer fantastic facilities for hosting every kind of event from wedding ceremonies and gala receptions to business conferences. From the striking crystal chandeliers in the Grand Atrium, to the beautifully mood-lit Carnegie Salon, the spaces within 200 Peachtree are sure to leave an indelible impression on the visitors. The facility also houses an Irish pub and casual eatery. Check website for more.
The Westin Peachtree Plaza ballrooms have long since established their position among the classiest ballrooms in Atlanta. The Westin Peachtree Plaza Ballroom is no different. Spanning 15,120 square feet (1,404.69 square meters) this elegant space is perfect for any event.
SAE Institute provides all the necessary knowledge and tools to those looking at building careers in the audio industry. Their sprawling facility in the heart of the city comprises state-of-the-art studios and infrastructure for hands-on training and experience. From diploma program in audio technology and beat production to degree program in music business, the center offers comprehensive programs to suit all needs. Check website for more information.
The Peachtree Center comprises 13 blocks in downtown Atlanta and contains some of its largest buildings. Within it there are offices, hotels, restaurants, shops and anything else a well-heeled visitor might expect. You can't really miss it if you're in Atlanta and chances are good that if you're looking for something in downtown, it's either in the Peachtree Center or nearby.
Capital City Club is one of the oldest and most prestigious social clubs in America. Its membership consists of a mixture of successful people from all walks of life and various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. The club also is a venue to a number of important events.
The First Congregational Church of Atlanta is the second oldest Black Congregational Church in the United States, and has played a invaluable role in the social upliftment and spiritual growth of the African-Americans of Atlanta. From the time of its inception, the church has provided the community with a host of facilities that had until then been denied to the greatly neglected African-American community. Housed within a stunning early 20th-century building, the church is a striking sight that inspires all with its beauty and historic significance. Although chiefly built in a Beaux-Arts Classical Revival style, the church gracefully incorporates a mix of styles including that of the Italian Renaissance and Spanish Mission. Favored by prominent members of the community and as a part of the United Church of Christ, the church continues on in its legacy of creating a generation of spiritually mature and socially conscious individuals. Striving for social justice, this open church continues to contribute to and organize social outreach and humanitarian efforts. Home to a vibrant and active congregation, the First Congregational Church offers worship service every Sunday at 11a and organizes various events and concerts throughout the year.
The Honors College was founded in 1975 inspired by the popularity of the Honors Program of the College of Arts & Sciences. It offers post-graduation research studies in areas of public interest. The curiosity of students and their ability to question norms is encouraged, leading to a research-oriented thinking. It is affiliated to the Georgia State University.
In the heart of downtown Atlanta, Georgia World Congress Center is one of the largest exhibition facility in the United States, and host to a myriad of conventions, trade shows and corporate events each year. The multi-purpose facility hosted sporting events during the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, when it also served as the International Broadcast Center. The building features around 3.9 million square feet (360,000 square meters) of exhibit space, as well as 105 meeting rooms, a 33,000-square foot (3065-square meter) ballroom, and a 1726-seat auditorium.
The School of Public Health, affiliated to the Georgia State University, offers courses on various areas of public health and diseases including HIV/AIDS, obesity and tobacco addiction. The students research the common health problems and work to provide a solution to them.
First United Methodist was first organized in Atlanta 150 years ago, and the current church still features many of the ornate stained glass windows from its original buildings. The original pulpit and much of the original organ have survived as well, lending an authentic feel to the grand structure. Services are held on Sundays; also offered are weekly Bible study classes and a Sunday prayer meeting.
Established in the 1840s, the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception was Atlanta's first catholic church and is the second oldest surviving building of Downtown. The existing church building was originally constructed in 1873, however renovation and restoration work conducted over the years have altered its appearance to some extent without detracting from its beauty. Replete with ornate carvings, splendid stained glass windows, historic paintings and fine architectural details, the church is a popular tourist destination, aside from being a thriving and active place of worship. Known for its social conscience and outreach programs, the church continues to serve the community even after all these years. The services are often attended by a diverse group of individuals including members of other denominations. No matter where you come from, what you believe, or who you are, at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception you will be welcomed with open arms. With its rich history, exquisite architectural design, and moving worship services, it is no wonder that the church holds a fond place in the hearts of all who have visited and worshipped here.
Affiliated with nearby Grady Memorial, this facility works exclusively with children. Full range of paediatric services, including emergency care, intensive care, primary and specialty care. A 24-hour walk-in clinic is on site, it is considered to be the largest of its kind in the country.