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The city of Gainesville, about an hour’s drive from Atlanta, is beautiful and idyllic, where it nestles snugly in the foothills of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains. The staff of the Aesthetic Center of Gainesville loves showing off their friendly, little city to out-of-town visitors of their practice. Part of Gainesville’s charm for visitors is enjoying the great outdoors. Lake Lanier is one of the most popular inland water destinations in the country and luckily for visitors, parts of Gainesville sit right on its shores. A woody area, Gainesville features an abundance of beautiful trees that visitors can’t help but admire. Our staff is always happy to assist in planning the perfect trip to Gainesville.
Gainesville features an array of comfortable, easily accessible, and amenity-rich hotels. Some great choices are the modern and spacious Hilton Garden Inn Gainesville, which is near downtown Gainesville and Lake Lanier. The Hampton Inn Gainesville is in the business district and is the perfect location to check out outdoor activities like swimming, boating, and fishing. Fairfield Inn & Suites Gainesville features beautifully decorated rooms, free breakfast, and a prime location.
There are plenty of great restaurants to check out while visiting Gainesville. The top-rated Atlanta Highway Seafood Market serves up hearty helpings of fish, shrimp, oysters, etouffe, gumbo, and more at affordable prices. 2 Dog prides itself on fresh, local ingredients to create “rustic euro soul food,” according to its website. Diners can enjoy soups, salads, quiche, quesadillas, chicken picatta, flank steak, and more. Gainesville does fine dining well with Scott’s Downtown. The high-end restaurant is a 2016 Diner’s Choice Award winner and features strip sirloin, filet mignon, rack of lamb, and more.
Visitors will have plenty to do while in town. With Lake Lanier and the Blue Ridge Mountains, there are plenty of opportunities to fish, boat, swim, and hike. For art lovers, there’s The Arts Council, the Quinlan Arts Visual Center, and the Brenau University Galleries. There’s also plenty of great shopping with a number of boutiques, specialty shops, and strip malls throughout the city. Families can have the trip of a lifetime with the Frances Meadows Aquatic Center, Elachee Nature Science Center, and the Funtastic Family Center.