Hyatt Regency Atlanta Ballroom Map
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
265 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
DIRECTIONSWhen traveling northbound on 75/85, driving from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Airport code ATL (12 miles) or traveling on Interstate 20 west and eastbound:
Take 75/85 North, take the right-hand exit 248-C (International Blvd.). Turn left onto International Blvd. Turn right at the third traffic light onto Peachtree Center Avenue. Hyatt Regency Atlanta's Motor Lobby entrance is one block on the left.
When traveling southbound on 75/85, and traveling from GA 400:
Exit 249-C (Williams Street). Go straight off exit. At the fourth traffic light, turn left onto Harris Street. Then take the third left onto Peachtree Center Avenue. Our downtown Atlanta GA hotel entrance is on the left.
When Traveling via MARTA from the Airport:
Take the northbound train to the Peachtree Center Station stop, one stop north of the Five Points transfer station. Exit the train and take the escalator up towards Peachtree Center Mall. Once inside the mall, follow the signs to the covered walkway into the hotel.
When Traveling From Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal
Head west on Aviation Blvd towards Maynard H. Jackson Jr. Blvd. Continue onto Charles W Grant Pkwy. Turn left onto I-75 N. Take exit 249B for Pine St toward Peachtree St/Civic Center. Merge onto Pine St NE. Turn right onto Peachtree St NE and Hyatt Regency Atlanta will be on the left.
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