Atlanta Marriott Century Center Announces a Package Fit For a King With V.I.P Tickets

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Through May 17, the Civic Center in Atlanta is home to the largest exhibition of King Tut artifacts outside of Egypt. Travelers planning to visit one or both of these exhibitions and looking for a hotel near Peachtree Dekalb Airport (PDK) should consider the Atlanta Marriott Century Center. Offering a Special King Tut Package with rates starting at $189, inclusive of exhibition tickets.

Atlanta Marriott Century Center

Since Howard Carter first discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922; little has fascinated the world like the unearthed golden treasures of King Tut. In 1976, The Treasures of Tutankhamun toured the world, delighting tens of millions of visitors. Through May 17, the Civic Center in Atlanta is home to the largest exhibition of King Tut artifacts outside of Egypt.

And, through April 19, the nearby Atlanta High Museum of Art will display the 100 life-size warriors of the First Emperor: China's Terracotta Army.

Travelers planning to visit one or both of these exhibitions and looking for a hotel near Peachtree Dekalb Airport (PDK) should consider the Atlanta Marriott Century Center. Conveniently located off I-85, this affordable hotel is just minutes from these blockbuster exhibitions, and is offering a limited time, Pharaoh and Emperor package (through April 19) to help visitors discover the secrets of Tutankhamen and the First Emperor, including:

  • Deluxe accommodations
  • Two V.I.P. King Tut tickets and audio tour for any date and time (even if the exhibition is sold out)
  • "Front of the line" access to the exhibition
  • Two High Museum tickets, including "next available time" for the First Emperor exhibition
  • Breakfast for two
  • Complimentary hotel parking

Rates from $189 per weekend night.

For more information about this special exhibition package deal at the Atlanta Marriott Century Center Hotel near PDK, please contact the hotel at 404-325-0000.

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