Stay close to Six Flags Over Georgia and downtown Atlanta

Book a room at the Country Inn & Suites, Smyrna, GA and discover countless things to do in the bustling metropolitan area of Atlanta. If you're an animal lover, stop by Zoo Atlanta to see the only giant panda twins in the U.S. Afterward, be sure to check out the Georgia Aquarium, the largest in the Western Hemisphere, to view thousands of species of sea life on display. Score tickets to a game at SunTrust Park and watch the Atlanta Braves play baseball, or, if you're a thrill-seeker, spend the day at Six Flags Over Georgia riding monster coasters like Goliath.
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Centennial Olympic Park

7.33 mi / 11.8 km from the hotel
The former site of the 1996 Olympics, Centennial Olympic Park is ideal for jogging, picnicking or catching a live concert. Bring the kids to splash in the Fountain of Rings on a warm day, and don't forget to grab food to go from Googie Burger.

Cobb Galleria Centre

3.95 mi / 6.36 km from the hotel
This premier conference venue features beautiful architecture, a 144,000-square-foot exhibit hall, on-site restaurants and abundant shopping at the Galleria Specialty Shops.

Georgia Aquarium

7.23 mi / 11.64 km from the hotel
Housing more than 10 million gallons of water, this massive aquarium is home to thousands of marine animals. During your visit, get up close with a California sea lion or swim with whale sharks on an optional excursion.

SunTrust Park

4.37 mi / 7.04 km from the hotel
Baseball fans won't want to miss seeing the Atlanta Braves play at this stadium constructed in 2016. You can also buy tickets for a behind-the-scenes tour of the park.

Zoo Atlanta

9.33 mi / 15.01 km from the hotel
View more than 1,500 animals, including giant pandas, two-toed sloths and meerkats, at this family-friendly attraction.

CNN Studio Tours

7.52 mi / 12.1 km from the hotel
See what it's like to work in the fast-paced world of journalism with a tour of CNN's global headquarters. Grab a bite to eat in the food court and ride the world's longest freestanding escalator in the atrium.