Albany Hotel & Accommodation

Albany in Georgia is where history and nature meet, known for its eclectic range of local attractions, natural beauty and friendly locals.

Housing some of the most historic sites you'll find in America, strolling through Albany's main streets is like stepping back in time with many buildings dating back to the 1800s.

Albany is only a three hour drive from Atlanta Ranging from stylish inns and suites to comfortable hotels, Albany accommodation can be tailored to the tastes and budget of your tour group.

Well known as the birth place of Ray Charles - a visit to Albany is not complete without sitting on the piano keys in the Ray Charles Plaza which features a life-sized bronze statue of the soul music legend as a centrepiece.

Tour the Civil Rights Institute, and gain a fascinating look at Albany's African American civil and human rights legacy in a glass-enclosed, state of the art museum across from the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, a regular speaking location of Martin Luther King.

Albany Municipal Auditorium, located in downtown Albany, houses a number of symphony, ballet and dance productions throughout the year. This building has a rich history, dating back to its use as a site of chautauqua programs in the early 1900s, and is well worth a visit.

The Riverfront Park at the Corning Preserve hosts a great variety of entertainment at its amphitheatre and performance space, with easy access to the Hudson River Way Pedestrian Bridge and bicycle park for recreation.

Dining in Albany is fairly typical of a small American town - whether you're looking for a snack or a hearty meal, there's a number of restaurants and diners open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you'll be charmed by the colourful flair of local eateries.

Visit Albany in Georgia and spend time in the charming American locale which oozes history and soul. Book yourself some Albany accommodation.