A Place Filled with CharmFulton County and Beyond
The Hamilton Hotel is nestled in the bustling downtown area of Alpharetta, named the "#1 Place to Relocate in America" by Forbes magazine; #24 of 50 best places to Live by Money Magazine; and one of the "Top 15 Friendliest Cities" by Southern Living Magazine.
A Little History
Founded in 1853, Fulton County, Georgia, is named after Hamilton Fulton, a railroad official who acted as chief engineer of the state. He developed connection solutions that provided transportation from Milledgeville to Chattanooga, Tennessee, by way of the Western and Atlantic Railroads. This industrial advancement boosted the county’s prominence as a major transportation hub, and, as a result, Fulton County saw rapid growth in population, industry, business, and transportation.