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Hilton Marietta Conference Center and Resort
Atlanta
The Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center’s grand structure and idyllic location warmly welcomes guests traveling on both business and leisure. Situated just 20 miles northwest of downtown Atlanta and less than a mile from the historic Marietta Square, the hotel sits on beautifully landscaped grounds, adjacent to the City Club Golf Course, nestled in the beauty of Kennesaw Mountain. Enjoy a perfect location for hiking or the mountain trails or for visiting family or attending events at the five colleges in the Atlanta/Marietta region of Georgia. Appreciate stylish surroundings of this Atlanta hotel, decked in marble and mahogany with historic artifacts and art surrounding the public areas. Stay within the hotel grounds and enjoy a round of golf, the heated outdoor pool and whirlpool, and floodlit tennis courts. Visit the beautiful Brumby Hall and Gardens. Take to the golf course on the historic 18-hole championship course, City Club Golf Course.
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