Site Visit: Dolce Atlanta-Peachtree

By Guest Author, October 25, 2015

Attendees will forget they are 25 miles from the world’s busiest airport while convening at Dolce Atlanta-Peachtree, set on 40 serene acres south of Atlanta in Peachtree City, Georgia. “Once you enter the grounds, you know you are going to have an inspirational meeting,” says Vendo Toming, director of sales. “The quiet solitude of the area is unmatched.”

The 233-room hotel has 63,000 square feet of meeting space including 65 meeting rooms, a 5,800-sq.-ft. ballroom, a 150-seat auditorium, three amphitheaters, breakout space and an on-site restaurant. It’s a popular choice among faith-based groups—such as the annual Scheidt Seminar, the Forum for Theological Exploration’s Leadership Discernment Retreat and the Ben Hill UMC Rev. Richard Winn Men’s Retreat—for its affordable rates, as well as its proximity to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and downtown Atlanta.

The outdoor amphitheater is a beautiful place to host early morning worship or evening performances, especially when you incorporate Dolce Atlanta-Peachtree’s “illumination night” props, such as glow sticks and lasers. During downtime, attendees can spend time networking on the lakeside patio or get fresh air on the 90 miles of walking paths around the property. 

Insider Tip

Arrange an outing for attendees to hit the links at one of three nearby Canongate championship golf courses, or coordinate an active afternoon with options at the on-site tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, or complimentary bicycle rentals.

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