Housing and Travel
All Annual Meeting activities take place in the Georgia World Congress Center (GWCC) unless otherwise noted.
AAM has negotiated discounted room rates for attendees, which must be booked through the Official Housing Bureau, EventSphere
A portion of each room reservation goes back to AAM to offset Convention Center costs. By booking within the conference hotels, you are helping to keep the Annual Meeting affordable.
Conference shuttles will only pick up and drop off at the official conference hotels.
Housing Deadline is Friday, March 27.
After March 27, the Alliance's block of rooms will be released to the general public and rates will be subject to change.
View a large map of Atlanta hotels.
You can make your housing reservations either online or by phone.
EventSphere is our official housing bureau. If any other company contacts you about hotel reservations, please decline their services.
Roommate/ Room Share
If you are interested in finding someone to share a room and hotel costs with, visit our NEW online Roommate Forum.
The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is the busiest airport in the world, and is served by 33 national and international airlines. It is located 10 miles from downtown, and connected to the city via MARTA, the city's public transportation system. Atlanta is within a two-hour flight of 80 percent of the United States population.
ATC Travel Management is the official travel agency for the Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo. ATC has negotiated discounts with various airlines and car rental companies, which are lower than those available to the public. ATC will search for the lowest available airfare on all airlines. You can save up to 5% by booking more than 30 days in advance on Delta and United Airlines. View additional information and discount codes in this PDF.
Amtrak services Atlanta via the Crescent Route
, connecting New York, Atlanta and New Orleans. The drop-off point is Peachtree Station, located 5 miles from downtown Atlanta.
Airport Ground Transportation
Atlanta's mass transit system, MARTA, provides a convenient one-way ride for $2.50. The Gold and Red Lines run from the airport to downtown Atlanta from 6 a.m.–1 a.m. daily, and take about 30 minutes to arrive.
The Peachtree Center Station is within three blocks of most of the conference hotels. For the Glenn Hotel, exit at the Five Points Station.
Taxi and Shuttles
All ground transportation is located at the west end of the domestic terminal building.
Book your airport transportation with SuperShuttle and get a $3 discount on round-trip airport transportation, or $1 discount on a one-way trip.
Taxi rates from the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport are a $30 flat fee.
Find driving directions to the Georgia World Congress Center. Georgia 511
provides free traffic and travel information including state route and interstate information and estimated travel times, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Find Downtown Atlanta traffic advisories
before you start your trip.
Getting Around Atlanta
Hotel Shuttle Service
Shuttle service will run between the official conference hotels and the Georgia World Congress Center from Sunday, April 26 to Wednesday, April 29. The shuttle schedule will be posted online in March.
Transportation for events is noted within each event’s specific listing in the online program and mobile app.
MARTA provides a convenient one-way ride for $2.50, and runs daily from 6 a.m.–1 a.m. The Peach, or MARTA Route 110, travels from Lenox Square Mall to the Georgia State Capitol with stops at popular locations.
The brand-new Atlanta Streetcar connects the city's most valuable assets like the Georgia Aquarium and Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site. Passes are $1 one-way or $3 for a full day pass.
Convention Center Parking
Attendees driving to the Georgia World Congress Center should park in the Red (International) deck for closest access to the Annual Meeting. The daily parking rate of $10 can be paid by cash or credit card. Click here for more parking information.
Parking in Atlanta
View an interactive map of private parking lots in downtown Atlanta.
Both Uber and Lyft operate in the Atlanta metro area.