Travel tips: Money no object, bargain hunting

If money is no object, The Examiner's Kathleen Jay recommends a weekend at the Hotel Indigo Midtown in Atlanta.

What: A weekend retreat in Atlanta

Where: Hotel Indigo Midtown, Atlanta

How much: Starting at $200 per night

Why: Hotel Indigo Atlanta — hip, stylish and located across from Atlanta’s historic Fox Theater — is a great place to make your home base on a weekend of museum hopping in Atlanta. The hotel rooms feature plush bedding, wooden floors with area rugs, spa-inspired bathrooms and cool outdoor colors. For more information, visit www.midtownatlantahotel.com or call (404) 873-0132.

Bargain hunter

What: Six-in-one pass to Atlanta's museums

How much: $64 for adults, $45 for kids

Why: The Atlanta CityPass offers admission to six attractions, at half-off prices, including entry to: The World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium, High Museum of Art, Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour, Fernbank Museum of Natural History (or the Atlanta Botanical Garden ), Zoo Atlanta (or the Atlanta History Center). Passes are valid for nine days after activation. Visit www.citypass.com/city/atlanta.html.

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