More Details, Updated Rendering Released For Planned AC Hotel Atlanta Airport Gateway

Hotel is part of the developing Gateway Center in College Park.
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AC Hotels by Marriott on Wednesday unveiled an updated rendering and more details for its planned AC Hotel Atlanta Airport Gateway, which will open this winter in the developing Gateway Center in College Park.

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Set just beside the Georgia International Convention Center (GICC) and a few steps off of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s ATL SkyTrain, AC Hotel Atlanta Airport Gateway is minutes away from the airport.

The hotel will feature 222 guest rooms, including deluxe king and double queen rooms, with room rates beginning at $139 per night.

Room amenities include KORRES bath products, complimentary WiFi, a fitness center, and flexible meeting spaces.

“AC is all about removing the friction of travel and offering a seamless experience for guests,” Jeff Fowler, general manager of AC Hotel Atlanta Airport Gateway, said in a press release Wednesday.

“Considering our proximity to Hartsfield-Jackson, it’s an ideal match. We also truly value our local partnerships, and we’re excited to be a part of the continued development of the Gateway community and ATL Airport District. It’s evident it’s establishing itself as more than a pass-through destination.”

The hotel is hosting a job fair on Tuesday, November 5, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Wild Heaven West End Brewery & Gardens.

Open positions include guest experience specialists, bartenders, cooks, loss prevention and more.

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