Atlanta is a beautiful city, and one of the things that come to mind when you are in Atlanta is a place to stay, a place where you can enjoy all the city has to offer. Although a posh hotel may not be your main focus when you are in the city whether for a vacation or for business but a very nice and comfortable place can boost your overall experience from good to exceptional.
There are several beautiful hotels in the city of Atlanta and they vary on their prices and offerings, they all share similar emphasis on providing a luxury experience to their guests. If you are looking for a place in midtown with lots of history, for example, The Georgian Terrace, this is uniquely located across the street from the Fox Theatre Fans of the W hotels. Buckhead and Midtown locations are popular among the local crowd for their picturesque views and drinks
If you are considering accessibility, The Loews Atlanta hotels is within trek-able distance of the best restaurants in Midtown and it is also a short drive from the High Museum of Art and the Woodruff Arts Center.
The Glenn Hotel
This is a 110 room boutique hotels, it is situated in the downtown Atlanta area, close to the World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium, CNN, Turner Field and Centennial Olympic Park. This is the best place for those who would love to take advantage of these downtown attractions. If you are on a business trip, the hotel has about 2,000 square feet of convertible meeting spaces with free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. If you are at the hotel for leisure, you can enjoy a meal or two at Southern gem, Glenn’s Kitchen. You can also help yourself with a memorable cocktail at the rooftop bar, SkyLounge.
At the Glenn Hotels, rooms and suites are stylishly created and features warm hues. Please note that the “peek-a-boo” shower offers very little as regards modesty so it may not be the best choice if you are together with kids or a business associate.
Georgian Terrace Hotel
This is a Midtown icon, it is a prestigious Atlanta building steeped in history. It is located across the street from the Fox Theatre. This is a luxury hotel with crystal chandeliers; envision floor-to-ceiling windows and white marble columns. Georgian Terrace Hotel is Southern hospitality at its peak. If you are visiting Atlanta whether it’s for a vacation or for a business meeting, this is the best place for you. At the hotel, there are large modern suites and multipurpose event and meeting spaces. At the hotels, there is a world-class conference center, classic ballroom, and amazing boardroom. Off the lobby, you’d see the Livingston Restaurant and Bar. This restaurant is ambiance and delicious, they serve amazing American Cuisine. The hotel’s digs are historic and Fox Theatre is directly opposite the hotel.
Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead
Waldorf Astoria Atlanta is a 42-story hotel, it is a local landmark designed by architect Robert A.M Stern. This is a beautiful and sophisticated place to recline and chill so it plays host to travelers in search of a place of peace relaxation from Buckheads bustle. The rooms at Waldorf Astoria Atlanta hotel are well organized with private balconies. Staffs at the hotel are gracious and friendly. There is a 2-story spa where you can get body treatment, there are contemporary art by the likes of Atlantan Clair Chambless.
W Atlanta Buckhead
If you love shopping and watching people strolling and walking around then you should consider staying at the W Atlanta Buckhead. You can take a walk to the malls or a short car ride to other Buckhead and side attractions. If you think you will be visiting a couple of Atlanta neighborhoods, get acquainted with MARTA. There is a Cook Hall restaurant; it is a creative display in creative Southern dining and clever cocktail. This is a place to be; you’d get the cocktail kit and play mixology at your table. You can choose to the rooftop bar (Whiskey Blue) or pool, they both have amazing views. Buckhead pool, restaurant and bar are all amazing and they are popular spots for Atlantans.
Grand Hyatt Buckhead
This is an amazing place to be, it is situated in close proximity to area shopping and the Buckhead business district. This is one of the best places in Atlanta whether you are in the city for business or leisure. There is a pristine pool at the Grand Hyatt Buckhead hotel which offers a family-friendly poolside movie series in the summer, there is also a scenic Zen garden, a business center and a fully-equipped fitness center. The hotel’s signature restaurant, Cassis has delicious meals with relaxed setting and innovative cooking. At the Grand Bar, the Onyx is perfect for an evening of cocktail and music.
The Grand Hyatt Buckhead hotel has complimentary shuttle service within two miles of the hotel; this is an added perk in the quality of service. They offer convenient shuttle service, outstanding pool and fine-dining. The hotel is pet-friendly so your pets are welcome.
W Atlanta Midtown
This is a beautiful hotel that offers ample space to relax and rejuvenate. This 466-room Midtown hotel has an immense bottom floor with the polished Whiskey Park bar. At the bar you’d get delicious cocktail and several nooks for sipping and socializing. The restaurant, Trace, offers delicious meals. The rooms at the hotels is adorn with contemporary furnishings and sleek color palettes. There is a Bliss Spa at the hotel; you can get all the kinks out with its extensive menu of body treatments. You can treat yourself at the hotel cabana-dotted pool. At the W Atlanta Midtown, you’d enjoy fabulous surroundings and amenities. Whiskey Park is one of the best bars in Midtown and your pets are welcome.
The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead
This is another posh, Buckhead hotel, this is often referred to as a hotel within hotel. Here a dedicated concierge attends to people’s need. The hotel lobby is adorned with flowers. The dark wood chandeliers and paneling in the elevators are nicely arranged. The hotel boasts of luxury soft beds and extra soft towels. One thing you should not miss during your stay is their afternoon tea. At The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead hotel, you’d get 24 hour secretarial services, complete business center, a technology butler and a conference concierge. Just across the street, you’d find Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza.
St Regis Atlanta Hotel
Buckhead’s luxury hotel has raised the bar for high-end accommodations in Atlanta. At St Regis hotel, the lobby is beautiful with its twin staircases and shiny chandeliers. The St Regis Bar is also another wonder with state-of-the-decor, a glance around the room will reveal a collection of top business leaders. At the hotel, a butler is provided on each floor and gives your entire stay an added sense of luxury. The rooms are so beautiful it will blow your mind like a television inside the bathroom mirror so you can watch as you brush your teeth and scrub your body. At Regis, there is Remede Spa and the onsite Athletic Club to add more fun to your stay. The hotel is incredibly beautiful.
The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta
This hotel is located downtown and it feels like a world away from the hustles and bustles of the downtown area. At the hotel, you’d get high class services with staffs ready to give a treat from the moment you step into the place. The suites in the hotel are huge and well organized with a touch of Southern style. The restaurant, Atlanta Grill, is American steakhouse with the Southern touch. You can make a reservation online. Do not miss this opportunity to enjoy dining alfresco on the veranda overlooking Peachtree Street. In the lobby, they have Lumen bar, you can help yourself with a delicious glass of cocktail and treat yourself nicely as you should. The hotel is classically beautiful, it is convenient to a wide range of downtown attractions including CNN center, Georgia Aquarium, and staffs at the hotel are gracious and friendly.
The Loews Atlanta Hotel
This hotel is located in the heart of Midtown; it exudes Sothern elegance with a modern touch. If you are looking for a place to stay in Atlanta and enjoy the vast eating, entertainment and nightlife in this part of the city then this is the place for you. The onsite restaurant, Chef Olivier Gaupin offers sumptuous meals; the menu is filled with plates inspired by Gaupin’s native France and the South. The Exhale Spa which is designed with state-of-the-art-decor serves as home base for those who love to take care of their bodies. At the spa, you’d get deep-tissue massage. At the the Loews Atlanta Hotel you’d get all luxury dining, convenience, posh accommodations, amazing fitness program and spa and incredible services.
Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
This is a beautiful 50-story hotel. it offers amazing views of the city’s skyline. The hotel is just few steps away from the acclaimed Woodruff Arts Center and High Museum of Art. This hotel is also regarded as the heart of Midtown, it provide an oasisfor calm if you would spend of your time devted to R&R. The SPa feaures 10 treatment rooms, they are all soundproof for a secluded retreat. Friday and Saturday nights, a DJ in the bar plays somthing funky and on SUndays, there’s live music from Park 75 restaurant. The Four Seasons Hotel is also dedicated to serving locally sourced ingredients in its restaurant.
This 6-story century-old brick building is hard to ignore when driving down Ponce de Leon Avenue. At the top of this hotel is a sixty-five-foot radio tower bearing Clermont. At the hotel check-in desk, you will be greeted with a free cold PBR. This place initially belonged to the Clermont Motor Lodge, a sleepover spot and many traveling band holed up there during concert stops. But now, it is one of the nicest hotels where you can relax and chill whether you are in the city for business or leisure. All thanks to their top-notch services and upscale amenities and amazing restaurant.
The Candler Hotel Atlanta, Curio Collection by Hilton
This was the city’s tallest building in the twentieth century. It was built by Coca-Cola founder and former Atlanta Mayor, Asa Griggs Candler. This building served as office space before it was turn to a hotel in 2019. The building is indeed a work of art, entering the lobby, the sweeping marble staircase, with colorful Tiffany windows. In this building, treasures of old have been preserved. From this hotel, you can easily walk down to Mercedes-Benz Stadium and the World Coca-Cola. You are guaranteed of having a swell time at this hotel.
The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee
80 miles east of Atlanta, on the shores of Lake Oconee is the Ritz-Carlton Reynolds. It offers an escape from the city life. This is a place of peace and tranquility, there is small beach, floating hammocks, a dock with stand-up paddleboards and kayaks, tall Georgian pines frame rolling down and fire pits crackle at dusk. This is a place to make you relax and rejuvenate.
This is located at residential street in Midtown; it is often referred to as Atlanta’s unicorn. Stonehurst Place was built as a residence in 1896 and was carefully restored by the current owner few years ago. This is a luxury boutique inn, the cedar-shake mansion still has its original heart pine floor and stone porch. The 14-foot ceiling has vintage chandeliers; the walls are adorned with museum-quality art. John and Grace Cardona are there to ensure you are well taken care of, they know how to be helpful without hovering. Every day, Grace get up at 3 a.m. to make exquisite breakfast.
The Burgess Hotel, Trademark Collection by Wyndham
This is a beautiful hotel that exudes international flare. There’s a large dragon sculpture in the open lobby and the Asian prints on the walls. The rooms are well organized and clean with beautiful designs punctuated by bold pops of color. The sheets and towels are extra soft; it’s indeed a place of comfort and relaxation. You can check out some of the area’s best shopping places like Shops Buckhead Atlanta. The hotel has a complimentary two mile transportation service; this can take you around whenever you feel like. The pool is located in a lush courtyard with an outdoor bar, its indeed a place of bliss. This is the best place for you if you want to stay in Buckhead and prefer to skip monotony chain hotel.
InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta
This is an amazing place to stay, the lobby is made up of marble floors, giant planters and neutral tones. One of the most fascinating thing about the hotel is its restaurant pioneered by Oprah’s former personal chef Art Smith, there is a charcuterie bar with Southern ham tastings, there is also a cozy lounge offering more than 70 kinds of bourbon. This place is really nice everything is perfect and nicely done.