The Ellis Hotel Honoring Hank Aaron’s 715th Home Run!

Forty years ago, on April 8, 1974, Hank Aaron became a baseball legend, beating Babe Ruth’s record of 714 career home runs. The Atlanta Braves right fielder, nicknamed “Hammer,” defeated a 53-year-old record, and the city he played for couldn’t be prouder. web security . To this day, there is a marker in Turner Field over the fence where Hank Aaron’s home run ball flew over the railing.

Hank Aaron Promotional Room Discount

We’re crazy about the Atlanta Braves, and at our location under 10 minutes from Turner Field, a lot of our guests are, too. To honor the 40th anniversary of #44 Hank Aaron’s historic home run, the Ellis Hotel is offering a special $144 nightly rate over ALL home Braves Games in the 2014 season! Check the Braves 2014 season calendar here.

To redeem the promotion, just type the code HANK in the promo code field to access this very special room rate when you book a hotel room online at ellishotel.com.

Stay at the Ellis Hotel for Braves Home Games

The Ellis Hotel is the perfect hotel to stay in when coming to a Braves game this season! They are close to all of the attractions, venues, and restaurants that downtown Atlanta has to offer, and Braves Stadium is a 10 minute drive/taxi ride away! When you are searching for hotels near Turner Field, you don’t need to look farther than the Ellis.

Promotion Terms & Conditions

This room-only offer is based upon availability. Tax, parking, food are additional expenses not included in the special price. Blackout dates are currently set for June 30 and Aug 29, 30, 31, 2014. This rate not applicable to groups of more than 5 rooms per night. The promotion applies to new reservations only. Rate only available on the night of a home Braves baseball game (at Turner Field). There are no Braves tickets included in this offer.

If you have any questions about the promotion, give us a call at (877) 211-1245! We’ll help you book your room. Until then, here is a short video from the MLB on Hank Aaron’s #715 home run. Go Braves!

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