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A little town within the Airport
By Roishina Henderson

Hartsfield-Jackson is a city within a city.

There are two post offices, two interfaith chapels, countless eateries, retail shops galore, art galleries and occasionally live entertainment. There are even plenty of Starbucks locations to feed any coffee drinker’s addiction.

One of the Airport’s best-kept secrets is on the third floor of the Airport Atrium: the Executive Conference Center.

It just may be heaven for business travelers with a laundry list of things to accomplish either before or immediately after flying the friendly skies.

The center offers several meeting rooms that can spare travelers the hassle of searching for a space on the road. It also has a VIP suite; board rooms; computer work stations; complete meal services; and basic audio-visual equipment, including LCD (liquid crystal display) projectors, televisions, and DVD players and VCRs.

Still have a couple of hours to spare?

In a few months, a new hair salon will open in the Atrium. The Airport also offers full-service spas, XpresSpa on concourses A and D, and several upscale shops that have opened as part of Hartsfield-Jackson’s retail renaissance.

Additional information about the Airport’s services and features is available on this Web site. For information about the Executive Conference Center, go to www.atlanta-airport.com/ECC/.


The Executive Conference Center gives business
travelers an "office-away-from-office" experience by
offering meeting rooms, work stations and audio-visual
equipment. It is one of many elements that make
Hartsfield-Jackson a city within a city.



© 2009 Hartsfield-Jackson News. A Publication from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. All rights reserved.

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