Serviced Apartments in Georgia

Top Cities in Georgia

All you need to know about Georgia

Georgia Key Facts

  • State capital: Atlanta
  • State Population: 10.5 million 
  • Time Zone: ET (UTC -7)
  • Key Industries: Agriculture, Mining, Logistics

Known as ‘The Peach State’, Georgia is famed for its fruit and vegetables and booming agriculture industry.  In fact, over nine million acres of land are used for agricultural purposes in the state, making fresh produce a staple of Georgia’s economy. Despite this, the state is eighth most populous in the USA, with its millions of inhabitants spread across multiple cities such as Atlanta and Georgia. Georgia’s economy is also substantial, meaning that if it was a standalone country it would have the 28th largest economy in the world. Consequently, serviced apartments in Georgia are popular with visiting business travellers eager to do trade in the state. Whether for a short term stay in a one-bedroom apartment, or an extended stay in a two-bedroom unit, our selection of Georgia corporate housing options will provide the best experience for your business trip.

Things to do in Georgia

While it isn’t a tourist powerhouse like New York or California, Georgia received over nine million international visitors in 2019 and the number is set to continue growing. With plenty to do, it’s easy to see why so many flock to the southern state.

Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest – For outdoor lovers, Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest is a must. Set over 867,000 acres, this immense and immaculately preserved forestland features stunning panoramas, endless hiking paths, and plenty of places to camp or simply enjoy a picnic in spectacular surroundings.

Savannah Historic District – Georgia is filled with history, and the best place to immerse yourself in the state’s past is Savannah’s Historic District. Featuring over 20 squares of architecture and park space dating back to the 18th century, and even traditional riverboat cruises, there is no better place to experience Georgia’s old fashioned ‘southern hospitality’.

Georgia Aquarium – Formerly the largest aquarium in the world, the Georgia Aquarium is the largest in the USA and provides a staggering selection of marine live to enjoy. From manta rays to whale sharks, this mammoth aquarium has to be seen to be believed.

Transport in Georgia

A Georgia serviced apartment can be reached in many ways thanks to the state's strong transport infrastructure. So, no matter where your Georgia corporate housing accommodation may be, you can get there with ease.

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest in the world, with flights to and from the US, Central and South America, Asia, and Africa, so reaching the state from afar is a breeze.

Georgia has four major interstate highways, and travel by road is arguably the most popular option when traversing the state’s sprawling landmass. Georgian cities are connected by rail, with Amtrak providing the most coverage.

Things to know when visiting Georgia

When staying in one of the many serviced apartments in Georgia with SilverDoor, be prepared by reading up on the top things to know about this historic state before you arrive:

It may be known for its peaches, but Georgia’s official state crop is the peanut. The state’s subtropical climate makes it ideal for growing the popular snack, and many more agricultural products. Indeed, Georgia generates over $600 million annual from peanuts alone.

Another interested fact about this produce state – Georgia is the birthplace of Coca-Cola. Invented in Atlanta in 1886, the tonic went on to become one of the best-selling drinks (and products) in the world. Today, Coca-Coca’s headquarters can be found in Atlanta.

As mentioned, Georgia’s subtropical climate makes it ideal for agriculture. Humid days and long, hot summers can be expected in Georgia, whereas its winters are very short and typically mild. Temperatures in summer can be sweltering, often exceeding 35 degrees Celsius, so be sure to take light clothing and plenty of sun cream.

You can be sure of a warm welcome when travelling to Georgia on business. Like many states of the south, Georgia is renowned for its southern hospitality. You’re likely to find polite, neighbourly people wherever you land – although the state does have its peculiarities. The ‘Annual Possum Drop’ is a tradition in Georgia’s Brasstown in which a live possum is placed a plastic box and lowered from a pole at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve!

Why choose a serviced apartment in Georgia with SilverDoor?

Optimise your business trip to the US by staying in a Georgia serviced apartment. Providing more space, designated living areas, and somewhere to prepare and cook your own meals, Georgia corporate housing offers a home-from-home ideal for business travellers. Blending private rental privacy with hotel-like services, you get the best of both worlds with serviced apartments in Georgia. Often located within dedicated buildings, guests often enjoy the benefits of housekeeping, on-site amenities like gyms, restaurants, receptions desks and more, for better value than hotel equivalents.

Why choose SilverDoor Apartments?

Choosing SilverDoor when booking your Georgia serviced apartment means you get the best possible experience and the support of the world’s largest corporate accommodation agency. Providing a completely impartial, 24 hour a day service, no matter your enquiry or request, our in-house team is on-hand to deliver expert advice quickly and professionally. Furthermore, our international buying power and excellent partner relationships means we can negotiate the best rates on the market.

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