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1. The St. Regis Atlanta88 West Paces Ferry Rd, Atlanta
2. Modern Glass Tree HouseBerne St, Atlanta
3. Mandarin Oriental Atlanta3376 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta
4. Loews Atlanta Hotel1065 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta
5. Glenn Hotel110 Marietta St NW, Atlanta
6. The Artmore Hotel1302 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta
7. Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown683 Peachtree St., Atlanta
8. W Atlanta Downtown45 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW, Atlanta
The five-diamond St. Regis is Buckhead's crowning jewel, boasting spacious guest rooms adorned in custom furnishings and bespoke artwork. And to take your stay to the next level, each of its 31 luxury suites has exclusive access your very own Mr. Belvedere. Check out the pool area with a poolside cafe and waterfall, or treat yourself to the full-service spa, fitness room or game room. Don’t forget to check out the Wine Room with over 500 wines available by the bottle or glass, which you can enjoy indoors or on the patio.
What's that saying about people in glass houses and rocks? Don't ponder too long, because someone else will swoop in and book this gorgeous forest retreat just minutes from Downtown, with its ultra modern steel furnishings and glass everything-else.
Offering sweeping views of the city and direct access to luxe shopping at Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square, the 42-story Mandarin Oriental mixes a Far Eastern attention to detail with good ole fashioned Southern hospitality.
Standing at the intersection of Southern charm and modern convenience, Loews has led the charge in chic-yet-comfortable accommodations in the heart of Midtown, with over 40,000 square feet of meeting space, a rooftop terrace,a spa, and amenities designed to get work and play done with the greatest of ease.
If the Georgia Dome and Phillips Arena weren't covered, you could probably enjoy your favorite basketball and football games from the comfort of your bed at the Glenn Hotel, a posh Downtown style emporium boasting a rooftop bar & lounge, contemporary Southern dining, and direct access to the ATL's premiere event and sports facilities.
The Artmore Hotel is a completely renovated boutique hotel, with flat screen & iPod-docked rooms, a comfortably modern metal, wood, and stone lobby, donated Woodruff Arts Center prints, and, most crucially, the future-swanky Studio Bar and Lounge.
If the Hotel Indigo brand were Van Halen, then the Atlanta Midtown location would be David Lee Roth...sans the big hair and tight leather pants. Breaking away from the nautically-themed digs it came to be known for, the Peachtree boutiquery adorned itself with vibrant hues and elegant furnishings inspired by concerts and performances at The Fabulous Fox Theatre.
Towering above nearby ATL landmarks including Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, and the Georgia Dome (it's a landmark when the Falcons are winning), The W Atlanta Downtown is a lush hideaway in the concrete jungle, offering top notch dining, a rooftop pool, and 27-stories of modern accommodations and amenities.