Private jet charter to Atlanta
As the starting ground for the Civil Rights Movement and the place where the largest temple in the world outside of India is located, Atlanta is a place that prides itself in never doing things by halves. Go all the way yourself by getting a private jet rental quote from Air Charter Service to fly to Atlanta.
As the birthplace of civil rights, Atlanta’s Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site is a true slice of history. It spans several blocks on Auburn Avenue Northeast and showcases the legacy of the movement’s most recognisable figure including his childhood home and church where both his father and grandfather served as ministers. With more than 275 million visitors walking in the footsteps of this iconic figure every year, this historical site presents ample opportunity to be inspired. And as one of the most iconic and most photographed landmarks in Atlanta, Swan House is another historical must-see for visitors into the town. Located on 130 West Paces Ferry Rd, Swan House was home to prominent Atlanta couple Edward and Emily Innman and was designed by the architect Phillip Trammel Shutze. His understanding of classic American aesthetics has been exemplified by its fine spiral staircases, starkly contrasting banister and ornate relief carvings. Guide yourself around the grounds of this stately home or join one of its open house experiences Monday to Saturday from 11am to 4pm and from 1pm to 4pm on Sundays. If you’re less about history and more about breaking news, you’ll enjoy getting the inside scoop at the Inside CNN Studio Tour. This 50-minute walking tour will give you exclusive behind-the-scenes access of the network’s imposing newsrooms, with expanded access allowing people into the working studios at the Global Headquarters of CNN Worldwide.
Fine dining comes as standard in Atlanta. Pull up a chair at the highly exclusive Japanese restaurant Tomo on 3630 Peachtree Road and you could be looking at a bill for around $100 but you’ll enjoy a private dining experience of up to ten courses made from the freshest ingredients. Up to five diners a night can enjoy the true mastery of the restaurant’s chef and owner Tomohiro Naito, whose awe-inspiring dishes include Japanese oyster in a delicately crafted blanket of agar-agar jelly and scallops set in a daikon and soy base. To experience Atlanta’s multifarious culinary offering, head over to Cakes & Ale located on Sycamore Street. The self-confessed unassumingness of this restaurant gives it a grounded, home-from-home feel while the skilfulness of the chefs and the use of only the highest quality ingredients in their menu elevate the dining experience.
From fine dining to fine places to lay your head at the end of the night, Atlanta has plenty of beautiful hotels to stay in. Mandarin Oriental located on 3376 Peachtree Road combines contemporary touches with Southern charm while supplying breath-taking views of private gardens and city skylines. Opting for a room allows guests to benefit from opulent interiors and modern amenities such as state-of-the-art entertainment systems complemented by Bose speakers, as well as large bathrooms that feature televisions for enhanced relaxation after a long day of sightseeing. Suites offer the additional feature of a balcony while a spa and wellness centre plays host to a wide range of treatment rooms, exercise studio and a spa boutique. The St. Regis Hotel located on Eighty-Eight Paces Ferry Road is widely hailed as one of the most opulent hotels in town due to its resort-inspired atmosphere and light and airy décor. From white marble bathroom interiors and athletic clubs to a pool piazza and jazz clubs, this hotel offers an abundance of opportunity to unwind while being entertained by some of the best acts in town.