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Atlanta Athletic Club. 1930 Bobby Jones Drive Johns Creek, Georgia 30097
The Club ATL is located in Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Concourse F on the Mezzanine Level. The Club is accessible from all concourses via the "Plane Train".
The Club ATL at Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), Concourse F. Learn more about the lounge: amenities, photos, review, opening hours, location. A much welcomed reprieve in the world’s busiest airport.
The Club at ATL, Atlanta: Address, Phone Number, The Club at ATL Reviews: 3/5
- Aviation Blvd Concourse F Mezzanine, Atlanta, 30320, Georgia
Atlanta Athletic ClubAtlanta Athletic Club delivers an exceptional and family-focused experience that consistently exceeds the expectations of all those we serve, while preserving our heritage, traditions and reputation for championship golf.
- MJQ Concourse. Both gen-X-ers and millennials can agree that the subterranean MJQ is one of Atlanta’s greatest venues for losing yourself in music. This is why, like much of the timeless tunes carefully curated by DJs like Kemit and Karl Injex over the years, it has lasted for over 20 years, which is much longer than some of the songs you’ll hear in other clubs this summer.
- Gold Room. Gold Room’s past is an interesting one: originally an esteemed-but-ill-reputed strip club in the 1990s (with mafia ties and prostitutes counting professional athletes as clients) it eventually transformed into a shiny shrine to Atlanta’s gilded nighttime glory.
- El Bar. It’s not big and it’s not exactly the most visible place, but it’s got a big reputation for being one of the most counted-on places with great music for dancing in Atlanta.
- The Basement. Graveyard Tavern’s basement level is where the bass beats bang during themed dance parties (disco, all-Beyonce, etc.) that bring out the sweat in everyone that can fit inside.
"The lighting and decor give the place a sexy and futuristic atmosphere and the bar serves delicious one of a kind crafted cocktails." "The VR experience is always a good one to have and makes for a fun moment, while the drinks are just too good to be true."
Atlanta is a mecca for gentlemen’s clubs and has been from the days of Motley Crue’s “Girls, Girls, Girls” to Patrick Ewing’s testimony in the 1990’s Gold Club trial to the present day love affair with hip-hop’s finest.