Hotel & Travel

Host Hotel:

Atlanta Marriott Marquis

265 Peachtree Center Ave

Atlanta, GA 30303

This contemporary Atlanta, GA hotel is steps from the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, and few blocks from CNN Center, Georgia World Congress Center, Philips Arena, and Georgia Dome. The breathtaking atrium is marked by the 50-foot color changing sail of Pulse, a classically cool cocktail lounge and the new iconic symbol of this downtown Atlanta, Georgia hotel. Take pleasure in 1663 freshly renovated guestrooms which include 94 spacious suites boasting lavish conveniences and amazing skyline views.

Resort Reservations

Phone: 800-228-9290/404-521-0000

Single/Double $159+ per night

(Applicable state and local taxes of 15% will apply)


Individual Conference attendees making reservations directly with hotel reservations may cancel their individual reservations up to 72 hours prior to the day of arrival and receive full refund.  Any reservations cancelled after 72 hours prior to the day of arrival is subject to deposit forfeiture of one night’s room and tax.  No shows will be charged first night’s room and tax to the individual’s credit card.

Please Note: Black Enterprise does not make guestroom reservations. A limited number of rooms have been set aside through April 29, 2011, for Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference attendees. Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis and subject to availability, so don’t wait. A valid credit card is required to hold each reservation. If the reservation is canceled within 72 hours prior to arrival, your credit card will be charged the cost of one night’s stay plus tax.


Early-Bird (Dec. 1–Mar. 15)                           $295
Regular (Mar. 16–Apr. 23)                            $495
Late/On-Site (On-site)                                   $695
Awards Dinner                                             $250
Teenpreneurs                                               $175

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