Where to Stay in Atlanta, Georgia
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As the de facto capital of the American South, Atlanta blends the amenities of a modern urban center with the convenient access to hiking, beaches, and sports that is so emblematic of the South.
Many people pass through Atlanta at least once in their life (Georgia’s Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has long been the world’s busiest), so if you’re looking for great places to stay in the ATL, keep reading!
Whatever brings you here, keep reading for our favorite places to stay in Atlanta!
Best Hotels in Atlanta, Georgia
Here’s a quick summary of our favorite Atlanta hotels. All include free wifi and are known for comfort, great locations and great customer service.
Best Atlanta Hotels – Summary Comparison Chart
|Four Seasons Atlanta||Midtown Atlanta||Families||Check rates: Hotels.com, Booking.com|
|The St. Regis Atlanta||Buckhead||Luxury||Check rates: Hotels.com, Booking.com|
|The Whitley Buckhead||Buckhead||Foodies||Check rates: Hotels.com, Booking.com|
|W Atlanta Downtown||Downtown Atlanta||All||Check rates: Hotels.com, Booking.com|
|Loews Atlanta Hotel||Midtown Atlanta||Families||Check rates: Hotels.com, Booking.com|
Keep reading below for reviews of each Atlanta hotel!
1. Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
Located in Atlanta’s midtown district, the Four Seasons Atlanta occupies the first 19 floors of a 50-story mixed-use hotel and residential tower.
Most of the 244 rooms (including 18 luxury suites) have breathtaking views of the downtown Atlanta skyline, and all guests have access to standard Four Seasons luxury including hotel room options with private terraces, whirlpool baths and saunas, and access to a gorgeous 50th floor ballroom and restaurant.
2. The St. Regis Atlanta
If you’re ever heading somewhere on a street with a name like “West Paces Ferry Road”, you know you’re in for something fancy. Arriving at the St. Regis Atlanta, located in the swank northern Atlanta suburb of Buckhead, is no different.
With 151 rooms (including 31 luxury suites that offer butler service) and too much marble and too many chandeliers to process, the St. Regis Atlanta is great choice for an experience loaded with pure luxury.
3. The Whitley, Buckhead
Located in the heart of Buckhead, Atlanta’s shopping and dining mecca, the The Whitley of Buckhead does right by its prestigious location.
All guests at the Whitley will feel like kings and queens as the deluxe rooms (360 square feet) and five suite options (720 – 1,800 square feet) feature every luxury amenity imaginable – hardwood floors, walk-in showers, Georgia marble accents, and – if you’re feeling Presidential – even a grand piano and billiards table. The Whitley is a member of the Marriott / Starwood collection of hotels (and was formerly the Ritz Carlton).
4. W Atlanta Downtown
Scattered with terraces and outfitted with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, the W Atlanta Downtown looks more like a chic new apartment development than a boutique hotel located smack in the heart of Atlanta’s bustling downtown.
Besides the stunning views and rooms replete with modern furniture and art, guests at the W enjoy access to the Living Room (snacks and lounge furniture), WET (outdoor heated pool), and FIT (energy-charged fitness center).
5. Loews Atlanta Hotel
Located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, the Loews Atlanta Hotel offers guests sweeping views of both the Downtown and Buckhead Atlanta skylines through its sweeping glass façade.
With 370 rooms, 44 suites, an in-house spa that offers treatment and fitness classes, and Saltwood, one of Atlanta’s famed restaurants specializing in charcuterie and tapas, the Loews Atlanta Hotel has everything you need for a luxuriously tasteful entrée into good old-fashioned southern hospitality.
And that’s it! Our guide to Georgia’s best hotels to make the most of your stay in Atlanta.
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