Discover Atlanta!

Atlanta is a vibrant east coast city with legendary Southern hospitality. It has a rich history as it played an important part in both the Civil War and the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. Atlanta History Center chronicles the city's past, and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site is dedicated to the African-American leader’s life and times. Downtown, Centennial Olympic Park, built for the 1996 Olympics, encompasses the massive and acclaimed Georgia Aquarium. Atlanta is also known for its varied neighborhoods: Downtown is famous for its major venues and attractions including the World of Coca-Cola and the brand new Mercedez-Benz Stadium. Midtown is the center of Atlanta's cultural scene with its own major venues, award-winning performances, and changing exhibits in the Midtown Arts District that keeps both locals and visitors coming back for more. Buckhead is Atlanta's most affluent area full of mansions, luxury shopping, and high end restaurants. Eastside is the hippest area of town with funky spots like East Atlanta Village, Little Five Points, and Virginia-Highland that feature boutiques, vintage clothing stores, and locally owned eateries. Eastside also features the Sweet Auburn district where you can explore Atlanta's rolee in the Civil Rights Movement in the neighborhoods of Grant Park and Inman Park. 


Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead

Conference Hotel
3300 Peachtree Road NE | Atlanta, GA 30305

The Grand Hyatt Atlanta is set within the upscale neighborhood of Buckhead.  Experience luxury in this beautiful Atlanta hotel featuring a 30-foot Cascading Waterfall and a Japanese Zen Garden.

Hotel Block:

The discounted group rate is $209. This rate is only guaranteed through the cutoff date of February 11th, 2019 or until sold out.

To book a room at the ACCP Conference rate, follow these instructions:

  1. Go to: https://atlanta.grand.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html
  2. Inputs your arrival / departure dates
  3. Expand the “Special Rates” section – and input Group code G-ANCC
  4. Click “Check Availability” – and it will pull up your group’s conference rates

or call the hotel at 1-404-237-1234 and ask for the ACCP conference block.
*Note: In order to confirm a guest room reservation, the hotel will ask for a credit card or debit card. Cards should not be charged prior to 48 hours before arrival. 


Check In/Check Out
Check in at 3:00 p.m. ET | Check out by: 12:00 p.m. ET
(Please make sure you let the hotel know if you need an earlier check in or later check out time with as much notice as possible.)

Hotel Cancellation Policy
Cancel at least 48 hours prior to arrival time to avoid a one night room and tax penalty.

















What You Need to Know Before You Arrive:

  • Scheduling
    You should reserve nights for at least Sunday, March 3rd, Monday, March 4th, and Tuesday, March 5th
  • Timing
    If you’re a first time attendee, please arrive in time for the Newcomer Reception at 4:00 p.m. ET. Everyone else will want to be here in time for Sunday’s evening event at 5:00 p.m. ET. You will NOT want to book your return flight earlier than 2:30 p.m. ET on March 6th as you won’t want to miss the final curtain.
  • Atlanta International Airport - ATL
    Hotel direction: 19miles NE of airport
    This hotel does not provide shuttle service.  Alternate transportation and fee estimates:
    Marta train fee: 2.50 USD (one way)
    Estimated taxi fare: 45 USD  (one way)
    Estimated Uber/Lyft fare: 25-35 USD (one way)
    Visit ATL airport website

Fun Facts about Atlanta:

  • The city of Atlanta ranks 3rd in terms of the largest concentration of the Fortune 500 companies in the US. 
  • Atlanta International Airport ris the world's busiest airport, yet is also featured as one of the more efficient airports around the world!
  • Atlanta is home to two Nobel Peace Prize winners - Martin Luther King Jr. and President Jimmy Carter.
  • The National Forest Service has recognized Atlanta as "the most heavily forested urban area in the country," covering 47.9% of the city.
  • Georgia now ranks 3rd in the nation in US film production, with 140+ films & TV shows since 2008 in Atlanta alone.
  • The fastest baseball game in history happened in Atlanta, when the Mobile Sea Gulls beat the Atlanta Crackers 2-1 in just 32 minutes.
  • Atlanta is the only city in North America to have been destroyed as an act of war when it was burnt to the ground in the Civil War, hence the Phoenix being the city symbol since its rise from the ashes.
  • Your GPS might be confused if you use "Peachtree" as your destination. There are over 55 streets with the name.
  • One of the largest Hindu temples outside of India is located in the Atlanta metro area.
  • It was once illegal to put an ice cream cone in your back pocket in Atlanta. They also outlawed tying a giraffe to a telephone pole!
  • The author of “Gone with the Wind”, Margaret Mitchell, calls Atlanta her home.

Things to do in Atlanta:

Need More Info?

  • A "What to Expect" Webcast will be hosted on February 13th at 2pm ET.
  • If you've registered for The Conference, you will receive an email in February inviting you to this webcast automatically.

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Check out Atlanta's Convention and Visitors Bureau webpage for more fun things to do and see in Atlanta!