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    Travel and Accommodations

    Travel and Accommodations

    Hyatt Regency Atlanta

    AIAA has made arrangements for a block of rooms at the:
    Hyatt Regency Atlanta
    265 Peachtree Street NE,
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA 30303
    Tel: +1 404 577 1234 Fax: +1 404 588 4137

    Reservations: 888.421.1442

    Room rates are $145 single/double per night for single or double occupancy plus applicable taxes. Please identify yourself as being with the AIAA conference. These rooms will be held for AIAA until June 28, 2012 or until the block is full. After June 28, 2012, any unused rooms will be released to the general public. You are encouraged to book your hotel room early. (Online Reservations)

    Government employees—there are a limited number of sleeping rooms available at the government per diem rate. Government I.D. is required. (Online Reservations) 

    Help Keep Our Expenses Down (and yours too!)
    AIAA group rates for hotel accommodations are negotiated as part of an overall contract that also includes meeting rooms and other conference needs. Our total event costs are based in part on meeting or exceeding our guaranteed minimum of group-rate hotel rooms booked by conference participants. If we fall short, our other event costs go up. Please help us keep the costs of presenting this conference as low as possible – reserve your room at the designated hotel listed in this Preliminary Program and on our Web site, and be sure to mention that you’re with the AIAA conference. Meeting our guaranteed minimum helps us hold the line on costs, and that helps us keep registration fees as low as possible. All of us at AIAA thank you for your help!

    Step into our 22-story Atlanta hotel atrium lobby and you’ll understand the difference between a hotel and a Hyatt. Our award-winning Hyatt Atlanta hotel places the treasures of the city at your feet. Stroll to top local downtown Atlanta attractions including Peachtree Center Mall, Georgia Aquarium, Georgia World Congress Center, Americas Mart, CNN Center, Phillips Arena and Georgia Dome.

    Airport and Transportation

    Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport: appox 10miles (about 20 min drive).

    Shuttles, taxis, and private car service are available.  Additionally the Hyatt connected by skyway bridge to the Peachtree Center MARTA Station for easy access to Atlanta's public rail system, $2.50 one-way.

    About Atlanta

    Only in Atlanta, Georgia, Can you…

    …see the largest fish through the largest window in the largest aquarium in the world.
    Head to the Georgia Aquarium, where you can see tens of thousands of animals in more than 8 million gallons of water. The world’s largest aquarium houses whale sharks, the largest fish in the sea and the only whale sharks in an aquarium in North America. 

    …stroll through the collections of art from around the world without leaving Atlanta.
    The High Museum of Art, the premier art museum in the South, is in the midst of a multi-year partnership with The Museum of Modern Art. Through 2013, the partnership will bring many international exhibitions to Atlanta. Past exhibitions have included masterpieces by Claude Monet and Leonardo da Vinci. 

    …try a “Coke and a smile.” 
    Born and raised in Atlanta, Coca-Cola is synonymous with our city. Visit the World of Coca-Cola to learn the story of the famous soft drink, now celebrating its 125th year. Go back to the early years of Coke’s creation in Atlanta and follow the global brand through the decades. After you’ve refreshed yourself with more than 60 products from around the world, step out of the museum’s front door and into the hub of the tourism district. 

    …race the gold shoes for a gold medal. 
    As host of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, Atlanta continues to commemorate the Olympic legacy. Centennial Olympic Park was the world’s gathering place during the Games and includes the Fountain of Rings, the world’s largest fountain utilizing the Olympic symbol of five interconnecting rings.