LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS
SHERATON ATLANTA HOTEL
165 Courtland Street, NE Atlanta, Georgia 30303
The hotel is open only for groups. They are not booking individuals. You must mention that you are with the group "Wise Traditions Conference.' Reserve your room either by calling this number or, even easier, using the link below. If you call the hotel directly, they may say that they are not open but for groups they are.
$139 a night room rate, plus taxes and fees
This hotel does not provide shuttle service.
$10/day self-parking in hotel’s parking garage
This hotel won't require our group to wear masks or keep distances.
A special conference room rate of $139 per night plus taxes and fees has been negotiated for our attendees. This rate is for single through quad occupancy. You may reserve your hotel reservations by phoning (800) 833-8624. You must mention "Wise Traditions Conference" and the Sheraton Atlanta. Reservations may also be booked online.
The special conference rates for hotel rooms are available only until October 14, 2020 or until all rooms are sold.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport-ATL
Airport Phone: (800) 897-1910
Hotel direction: 10.1 miles SW
Estimated taxi fare on way: 30 USD
Hotel direction: 12 miles NE
Estimated taxi fare one way: 30 USD
Subway service, fee one way: 3.5 USD
Take I-85N and continue on I-75N/I-85N. Take exit 248C for Freedom Parkway towards GA-10E/Andrew Young International Blvd. Use the left lane to follow signs for International Blvd. Continue onto Andrew Young International Blvd. Turn left onto Courtland Street SE and then left into the property.
Why not Portland?
When we inquired directly about whether it would be feasible to have our conference in Portland as planned, we received this response:
"The Governor has said that large events should be cancelled or drastically modified through September. Large events like conventions will not be allowed till we are in phase three of reopening. Oregon will not move into phase 3 till a vaccine or proven treatment is available. It is very unlikely that we will be in phase three by mid-November."