Providing direct access to State Farm Arena and the Georgia World Congress Center, this upscale hotel in the CNN Center is a 7-minute walk from the Georgia Aquarium and 10 minutes’ walk from the World of Coca-Cola.
Sophisticated rooms with city views offer Wi-Fi (fee) and flat-screen TVs, plus desks and coffeemakers. Some suites add minifridges and sitting areas, while others feature separate living/dining areas and kitchenettes. A Coca Cola-themed suite is available.
There’s an upscale steakhouse, a hip bistro/lounge and a coffee shop. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, a spa and a gym, as well as a business center and 45 meeting rooms.
Atlanta, city, capital (1868) of Georgia, U.S., and seat (1853) of Fulton county (but also partly in DeKalb county). It lies in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northwestern part of the state, just southeast of the Chattahoochee River. Atlanta is Georgia’s largest city and the principal trade and transportation centre of the southeastern United States. It is the centre of an extensive metropolitan area that includes 20 counties and cities such as Decatur, East Point, and Marietta. Pop. (2010) 420,003; Atlanta–Sandy Springs–Marietta Metro Area, 5,268,860; (2020) 498,715; Atlanta–Sandy Springs–Alpharetta Metro Area, 6,089,815.
Atlanta owes its existence to the railroads, the routes of which were determined by geography. Lying as it does at the southern extremity of the Appalachian Mountains, it became the gateway through which most overland traffic had to pass between the southern Atlantic Seaboard and regions to the west. In 1837 a spot near what is now Five Points, in the centre of the present-day city, was selected for the southern terminus of a railroad that was subsequently built northward to Chattanooga, Tennessee. The location was known first as Terminus and then as Marthasville; in 1845 it was renamed Atlanta for the Western and Atlantic Railroad. Several other rail lines had converged on the city by 1860.
The intern or trainee will be introduced to Omni Hotels and Resorts, its corporate standards and culture. The training program teaches Food and Beverage Operations administered by Omni professionals. The Food and Beverage training will focus on learning American and International food and beverage techniques and Omni Restaurant methods, specifically in: Food and Beverage, Operations, full service a la carte restaurant dining, high-volume quick output dining and other eateries. Interns and trainees will also learn F&B behaviors that build customer loyalty within the Omni brand and positivity impact hotel guest experience. Upon completion of all the rotating phases in this training, the intern or trainee will be ready to handle almost any Food and Beverage operations anywhere in the world.
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