Our host hotel is Sheraton Atlanta. It’s a short walk to the Loudermilk Conference Center and features spacious guest rooms, complimentary Wi-Fi, 32-inch LCD TVs, an indoor heated pool with retractable arched glass roof and a well-equipped fitness center. The Sheraton Atlanta also includes dining options like the casual Collage, Deli, and the top-rated Fandangles. Stop by for one of their craft beers, uncommon cocktails, and premium wines. In addition to the restaurant and recreational amenities, the hotel features a full-service business center, UPS Store, wireless Internet access and lounge.
To reserve online, click here. To call in a reservation, call (404) 659-6500 and mention the Women Who Code group rate.
40 Courtland Street North East
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, Georgia, The Loudermilk Center is conveniently accessed from all points in Metro Atlanta via I-75 and I-20. Loudermilk Center is within close proximity to the Georgia State Capitol, Georgia Tech and Georgia State University, and major corporations and public agencies in the downtown Atlanta corridor. United Way of Atlanta, an important partner of the Center, is located across the street. Additionaly, the Atlanta MARTA Peachtree Center Station, Atlanta's rapid rail and bus system is walking distance away. Hartsfield International Airport is less than 15 miles from The Loudermilk Center.
We RISE Attendees should park in the parking garage connected to the Loudermilk Conference Center. Cost is $7 per day. And please remember that if you leave and re-enter it will be an additional $7. If this area fills up feel free to park at the many nearby public parking options.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)
Traveling by plane to Atlanta? Fly into the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL.com), located approximately 12 miles from our host hotel and venue. Hartsfield-Jackson is a global gateway, offering nonstop service to more than 150 domestic and nearly 70 international destinations. These locales include major commercial centers in Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, Africa, and South and Central America.
Options for getting to and from the airport include:
On MARTA Northbound or Southbound Line
Get off at the Peachtree Center Station, take the set of escalators to Ellis Street. Once you get to the street level, you will see the Georgia Pacific Building on your left. Cross in front of Georgia Pacific Building and take a left onto John Wesley Dobbs Avenue. At the first traffic light, go right onto Peachtree Center Avenue. Walk on Peachtree Center Avenue and make a left between The Woodruff Volunteer Center parking deck and The Woodruff Volunteer Center (United Way Building). The Loudermilk Center for the Regional Community will be on the left facing The Woodruff Volunteer Center (United Way Building). View Map
From I-75/85 Northbound
Exit #248-B Go left at the first traffic light (Edgewood Avenue). Go Approximately 4 blocks until you cross Courtland Street. At the next traffic light go right onto Peachtree Center Avenue and take the first entrance on your right (Lynch’s Ally). The entrance to the parking garage will be past the median on the left. The Loudermilk Center is adjacent to the parking garage. View Map
From I-75/85 Southbound
Exit #249A- Courtland Street is one -way street going south. Loudermilk Center for the Regional Community will be on the right after Auburn Avenue. Turn right onto Lynches Alley (the street after Auburn Ave. and before Edgewood Ave.) The Loudermilk Center is adjacent to the parking garage. View Map
From I-20 Eastbound
Exit #56B – Windsor/ Spring Street. Go straight to the third traffic light. Take a left on Central Avenue. Turn right onto Auburn Avenue, then right onto Courtland Street. Loudermilk Center for the Regional Community will be on the right. Turn right onto Lynches Alley (the street after Auburn Ave. and before Edgewood Ave.) The Loudermilk Center is adjacent to the parking garage. View Map
From I-20 Westbound
Exit #58A – Capital Avenue turn right at the light. Stay on Capitol Avenue, which changes into Piedmont Avenue after crossing MLK Jr. Drive. Turn left onto Auburn Avenue, then left onto Courtland Street. Loudermilk Center for the Regional Community will be on the right. Turn right onto Lunches Alley (the street after Auburn Ave. and before Edgewood Ave.) The Loudermilk Center is adjacent to the parking garage. View Map
Things To Do
Downtown Atlanta is the largest of the city's three commercial districts and is the location of many corporate or regional headquarters; city, county, state and federal government facilities; Georgia State University; sporting venues; and most of Atlanta's tourist attractions.
Most visitors' journeys begin in Centennial Olympic Park district, the epicenter of downtown life. From its inspiring attractions such as Georgia Aquarium, SkyView Ferris Wheel, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center and Center for Civil and Human Rights to year-round sporting events at the Georgia Dome and Philips Arena, there's always something going on in Downtown Atlanta.
The Convention & Entertainment District is where big events and family fun meet. Neighboring Fairlie-Poplar puts world-renowned performances center stage. And Castleberry Hill provides the perfect blend of eclectic artistry and city spirit.