The Ellis Hotel Releases Video Highlighting Atlanta's Most Underrated Attractions
June 25, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsJune 25, 2016 - The Ellis Hotel, the only remaining independent boutique hotel in downtown Atlanta, is proud to release their guide of Atlanta's Most Underrated Attractions.
After exploring Centennial Olympic Park, catching breathtaking views atop SkyView Atlanta, sampling soda from across the globe at the World of Coca-Cola and getting up close and personal with marine life at the Georgia Aquarium, there is still a lot more to see and do Atlanta.
In their newest video, the Ellis Hotel outlines some of their favorite city attractions that, while they may not attract the tourist crowds, certainly deliver a one of a kind experience in their own way.
One of the best ways to get to know Atlanta is by checking out the city's hottest outdoor attractions. The Atlanta BeltLine is not only a great way to get outdoors, but also get around the city and check out new neighborhood's along the way. Along the way, be sure to stop by the Atlanta Botanical Gardens with its 30 acres of lush greenery. If you're looking for a way to get from destination to destination, rent one of the 100 bicycles scattered throughout downtown Atlanta as a part of the Relay Bike Share program!
Unbeknownst to many, the film industry in Georgia is booming, See for yourself how Atlanta has played a major role in all of your favorite shows and movies on aboard Atlanta Movie Tours. Capture a fascinating behind the scenes look you won't get anywhere else as your tour guide gives you a whole new way to look at the city.
A movie tour isn't the only way to get to know the city. Give yourself a wonderful in-depth look into some of Atlanta's most historic neighborhoods aboard one of the city's guided Segway tours. During a sightseeing Segway tour, guests will visit several historical sites while taking in picturesque views from all around the city.
Another great way to experience Atlanta is by sampling some of the city's best eats. No matter what it is you are craving, Atlanta is filled with restaurants , bars and public markets that will leave your taste buds dancing with delight.
From its role in the Civil War, to being home-base for the Civil Rights Movement, Atlanta is certainly a city rich with history and heritage. Tourists can relive some of Atlanta's greatest moments throughout the course of history by exploring through its many historic sites, landmarks, and museums including the Atlanta History Center, the Center for Civil & Human Rights, and the MLK Jr. National Historic Site.
Whether you've been to Atlanta once or a dozen times, there is always something new and exciting to check out. Explore some of Atlanta's best kept secrets by watching the latest video from the Ellis Hotel at http://blog.ellishotel.com/exploring-atlantas-underrated-attraction/.
ABOUT THE ELLIS HOTEL
The Ellis Hotel is the only remaining independent boutique hotel in downtown Atlanta. Residing in a historic 103-year-old building just a few blocks from top downtown attractions, it is also the only hotel conveniently located next to a MARTA station and an Atlanta Streetcar stop. The Ellis Hotel is the perfect chic and modern hotel for anyone who wants a unique, luxurious experience with easy access to all of Greater Atlanta's attractions and destinations. Inside The Ellis Hotel, guests will enjoy fresh farm-to-table cuisine at the Terrace Bistro Restaurant, complimentary services such as internet, morning coffee in the lobby, use of the fitness center and much more. For more information, visit www.ellishotel.com.