Indoor facility keeps cars out of weather’s reach and under the watchful eyes of 24-hour staff; free shuttles escort flyers to the airport
What You'll Get
- Type of parking: secured, climate-controlled indoor airport parking near ATL
- Air-conditioned shuttles running 24/7 take travelers to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, a two-minute ride away.
- Combine multiple vouchers for extended stays.
- Complimentary perks: bottles of water and car wash
- May 22nd to May 27th,
- July 1st to July 7th
- August 29th to September 3rd
- November 22nd to December 1st
- December 25th to December 29th
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. May buy multiple additional as gifts. Stays extending beyond number of days printed on your voucher are subject to normal daily rate. One day is considered to be 24 hrs. Check for availability prior to purchase. Blackout Dates apply; not valid 5/22/19 to 5/27/19, 7/1/19 to 7/7/19, 8/29/19 to 9/3/19, 11/22/19 to 12/1/19 and 12/25/19 to 12/29/19. Must present voucher barcode or a printed copy of voucher at exit; standard parking rates will apply if failure to show valid voucher. All days must be used consecutively in one visit and cannot be split. Limit 3 per person. May be repurchased every 30 days. Subject to availability. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Peachy Airport Parking
A span of approximately 3,000 parking spaces fills the indoor and outdoor lots at Peachy Airport Parking, where a courteous staff keeps a watchful eye over rides 24 hours a day. Automated entrances and exits greet cars all day and night at the facility, where extra-wide parking spaces give cars a buffer from station wagons that kick in their sleep. After reuniting with their loyal rides, customers can steer them to Peachy Airport Parking's garage to redeem an optional car wash, rewarding vehicles for waiting patiently and not using their windshield dice to hustle naive cars fresh off the assembly line.