Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport – (ATL) one of the busiest airports in the nation. With a little pre-planning it can be very easy to navigate. On their website, you’ll find maps of the terminals. Pay close attention to the Main Terminal and ground transportation areas. Once you arrive, you’ll need to take the airport train all the way in to the Main Terminal/Baggage Claim area. After collecting your luggage, you may wish to stop by the new Airport Information and Ground Transportation Center located in the arrival’s lobby next door to Hertz Car Rental.
Transportation one way (from airport to/from) Hilton Atlanta Northeast, Norcross:
|Type||Typical Minimum Charge|
|Super Shuttle||35.00 USD|
Driving Directions to Hilton Atlanta Northeast, Norcross Hotel
TRAVELING SOUTH ON I-75: Follow I-75 to I-285 Interchange Take I-285 EAST- Exit 259. Remain on I-285 East for 10.5 miles to GA 141 North– Exit 31B – Peachtree Industrial Blvd
Follow Peachtree Ind Blvd for five miles. Take right fork in highway. At 2nd traffic light, make a U-turn – hotel is on your right side.
TRAVELING SOUTH ON I-85: Exit I-85 at Jimmy Carter Blvd (EXIT 99). Turn Right off the exit. Continue to Peachtree Industrial Blvd & turn right. At 2nd traffic light, make a U-turn – hotel is on your right side.
TRAVELING NORTH ON I-85: (from airport) Take I-85 NORTH to I-285 WEST (Exit 95). Take I-285 West 2.4 miles to EXIT 31B; GA 141 North/Peachtree Industrial Blvd. Follow Peachtree Ind Blvd for 4.5 miles. Take right fork in highway, remaining on Peachtree Industrial Blvd. At 2nd traffic light, make a U-turn – hotel is on your right side.
TRAVELING NORTH ON I-75: (from Macon) Take I-75 NORTH to I-675 NORTH (EXIT 227) Take I-675 North 10.1 miles and merge with I-285 EAST (Augusta/Greenville). Take I-285 for 20.9 miles to GA 141 North– EXIT 31B – Peachtree Industrial Blvd. Follow Peachtree Ind Blvd for 4.5 miles. Take right fork in highway remaining on Peachtree Industrial Blvd. At 2nd traffic light, make a U-turn – hotel is on your right side.
TRAVELING WEST ON I-20:(from Augusta) Follow I-20 WEST to I-285 NORTH, Exit 67B. Take I-285 for 14.6 miles to GA 141 North– EXIT 31B – Peachtree Industrial Blvd. Follow Peachtree Ind Blvd for 4.5 miles. Take right fork in highway remaining on Peachtree Industrial Blvd. At 2nd traffic light, make a U-turn – hotel is on your right side.
TRAVELING EAST ON I-20: (from Birmingham)Follow I-20 EAST to I-285 NORTH, Exit 51B. Take I-285 for 20.6 miles to GA 141 North– EXIT 31B – Peachtree Industrial Blvd. Follow Peachtree Ind Blvd for 4.5 miles. Take right fork in highway remaining on Peachtree Industrial Blvd. At 2nd traffic light, make a U-turn – hotel is on your right side.
Dining & Shopping
You can shop or dine at Historic Downtown Norcross or other local restaurants. There is a wide selection of restaurants to choose from, or you can sample the fine dining at the hotel’s very own Basil’s Kitchen and Bar, serving an eclectic menu in a Mediterranean atmosphere. Don’t forget that the Hilton Norcross has a gift shop for your convenience that features Starbucks® espresso, coffee, latte, and frozen drinks, so getting your daily dose has never been easier!
There’s a TON of fun and interesting things to do in Atlanta!
We’ve tried to list the most popular ones below with links to sites where you can glean more information on pricing, hours of operation, location, travel and parking. If you plan to see several attractions, an Atlanta City Pass may be something you want to consider, with one low price for six attractions. For a wider range of attractions the Atlanta area has to offer, the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Atlanta Botanical Gardens – Several gardens are included within the grounds, including the Storza Woods nature walk, a conservation garden for many of the world’s endangered plants, and several water features and sculptures scattered throughout.
Atlanta History Center – This 33-acre attraction in the heart of Atlanta’s Buckhead district encompasses the Atlanta History Museum, Centennial Olympic Games Museum, historic gardens and tours of two historic houses: Swan House and Tullie Smith Farm.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History and IMAX Theatre – With its permanent exhibitions, special limited-time exhibitions, and exciting IMAX presentations that sweep you into the world of nature, the Fernbank is a happening place. In addition, programs like Star Talk, Weekend Wonders and Martinis and IMAX give visitors the ability to individualize their experience.
Georgia Aquarium – It’s a must-see with more aquatic life than in any other aquarium. Georgia Aquarium’s eight million gallons of marine and fresh water is unprecedented. Experience a living coral reef, the world’s largest fish- the whale shark, playful Beluga whales and a host of other creatures of the deep blue. Five exhibits: Cold Water Quest, Georgia Explorer, Ocean Voyager, River Scout and Tropical Diver and a 4D Theatre.
High Museum of Art – Housed in an architectural masterpiece in midtown Atlanta, the High is “one of the nation’s great museums of the twenty-first century.” Nearly 450,000 visitors a year peruse the exhibits in 312,000 square feet of the High’s elite gallery spaces. It’s a cultural experience you won’t soon forget.
Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour – Take a 50 minute, guided tour of the CNN studios, and see the history of the CNN News Group Networks. Everything from hard-hitting news to the Cartoon Network.
Margaret Mitchell House and Museum and the Gone With the Wind Movie Museum – Do you get caught up in the romance and drama of Gone With the Wind no matter how many times you’ve seen it? Is the book a favorite? Then you won’t want to miss these tributes to the author and the movie.
Six Flags Over Georgia – If you’re a thrill seeker, this is the place for you. Six Flags Over Georgia boasts “some of the fastest, tallest, wildest, most gut-wrenching rides in the country-including a few record-breakers.” Well all-righty then! Once you’ve worked up a sweat there, beat the heat with Six Flags White Water “Six Flags White Water – a Travel Channel Top 10 Water Park with 50 amazing attractions. It’s just what you need to cool off.
Underground Atlanta – Experience the shopping, dining, history and entertainment that gives Atlanta its unique flavor.
World of Coca-Cola – Located across from the GA Aquarium, this new and improved attraction opened this year with twice the space, new exhibits, a 4D theatre, and exciting memorabilia. See 8-ounce bottles of Coke produced before your eyes and taste over 70 different flavors from around the world.
Zoo Atlanta - You better believe this is the wildest place in town. Lions, tigers and bears? Oh, My! And that’s only the beginning. Check out their schedule of events happening every day and enjoy learning more about the critters in our world.
We hope you enjoy your stay in the Atlanta metro area and take advantage of these area attractions.