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After a long day of attending sessions at the Annual Meeting, it is good to have a haven to relax and recharge for the next day. AAR has negotiated special conference rates at two luxurious and convenient hotels for the convenience of meeting attendees. Hotel room rates do not include the 15 percent hotel room tax. Please note that the single/double/triple/quadruple room designation denotes the number of room occupants, not the number of beds. A triple room means three people are sharing two double beds unless a rollaway bed is requested at an extra charge. Both hotels are considered “headquarters hotels.”

Atlanta Marriott Marquis

265 Peachtree Center Avenue

Rediscover the sophisticated Atlanta Marriott Marquis, a dynamic downtown Atlanta hotel conveniently located in Peachtree Center, offering an indoor connection to MARTA. The breathtaking atrium is marked by the fifty-foot changing-color sail of Pulse, a classically cool cocktail lounge and the new iconic symbol of this downtown Atlanta hotel. Experience stunning city views from each stylish hotel room. The plush bedding is suited to soothe and refresh you. Sophisticated amenities and upgrades include spacious bathrooms with granite countertops. Modern accommodations boast high-speed internet access and ergonomic design for convenient travel.


Hyatt Regency Atlanta

265 Peachtree Street NE

Treat yourself to true southern hospitality in this luxurious downtown Atlanta hotel. Hyatt Regency Atlanta lays the treasures of the city at your feet in a premier downtown setting. Unique among downtown Atlanta hotels, Hyatt boasts a revolutionary twenty-two-story atrium and shimmering marble lobby. Elegant accommodations offer contemporary decor, and one king, one queen, or two double grand beds featuring ultra-plush pillows, the softest sheeting, and a thick down blanket — all piled atop irresistible pillow-top mattresses. Downtown or pool views complement deluxe amenities such as a mobile workstation, high-speed wireless Internet access, iHome stereo with iPod™ dock, and luxurious Portico bath products.


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