Atlanta

Hotels in Atlanta

The best rates for Atlanta hotels are offered during the winter. Most are near the main attractions and popular neighborhoods. There are plenty of hotels in Atlanta to suit your needs. Hello B&B is a quaint guesthouse (porch included) in the quiet Morningside neighborhood, walking distance from restaurants and nearby shops. This hotel gives travelers a calm hideout that it still minutes away from popular Buckhead and Virginia Highlands areas. Try Stonehurst Place for a more upscale experience, a classy B&B with old-South flair. It was built in 1896 by the Hinman family, and was renovated and restored to become a gem in the city. St. Regis Atlanta gives a five-star experience for the discerning traveler. This Atlanta hotel is in the heart of Buckhead, and right around the corner from Lennox Square and Phipps Plaza, (some of the best shopping in the city). The hotel offers a full-service spa and will also make reservations for your party for great restaurants in the city. Located around the corner from the famous Fox Theatre, Loews Atlanta Hotel is ideally located for adventures in Midtown’s arts district and naturally one of the most popular hotels in Atlanta. Not to mention relaxing at their Exhale Spa is the perfect way to wind down after traveling.

Of the trio of W Hotels in Atlanta, the 237-room downtown property is geared toward business travelers, offering easy access to the CNN Center as well as to cultural spots like the High Museum of Art.

Set in the renovated Beaux-Arts Carnegie Building, one of Atlanta’s earliest skyscrapers built in 1925, this 150-room boutique hotel is located across from the Fox Theatre.

Quirky, fun, and hip, the boutique-size Glenn occupies a former 1923 office building on a busy downtown block. A trio of supersize, bright red planters brimming with live bamboo marks the entrance—and gives visitors an immediate sense of the property's whimsy.

A 25-story hotel rising high in the downtown skyline, the Ritz-Carlton in Five Points is less than a mile from major attractions like Philips Arena, Centennial Olympic Park, and the Georgia Aquarium.

A grand, sweeping, chandeliered stairway right inside the entrance of this hotel lets you know as soon as you arrive: old-school opulence with a southern flourish is alive and well.

Situated on 26 acres of preserved woodlands on the north side of the main campus, the Emory Conference Center Hotel makes it hard for visitors to believe they're staying just a few minutes drive from major hubs like Midtown, Buckhead, and Virginia Highland.

Grand Hyatt Atlanta’s 439 guest rooms and 21 suites rise above Atlanta’s exclusive Buckhead district. Each room comprises 400 square feet (standard rooms are the largest in the area) with marble baths, high-definition TVs, and views of the city or Stone Mountain.

Built in 1892 by local businessman Colonel T. W. Latham, the Sugar Magnolia is a pale yellow Queen Anne Victorian house set in the historic Inman Park district, Atlanta’s first suburb.

A sleek, contemporary tower that anchors the newly revived Atlantic Station shopping/dining/living area, this all-suite property caters to families and business travelers with what are essentially fully serviced apartments.

Located in the affluent enclave of Buckhead, this tower hotel is set in the first 15 floors of a striking high-rise (it was formerly the Mansion on Peachtree).

This sprawling, lush resort known for its world-class golf courses occupies 10,000 acres along the western shore of Lake Oconee—a glittering blue expanse just 75 miles east of Atlanta.

With its gray pitched roof, wrought-iron detail, and 3,500 acres (with 75 acres of vineyards), the Inn at Château Élan looks like a 16th-century country estate in France; all 346 guest rooms have country-French furnishings and oversize garden tubs.

Atlanta’s Midtown has seen a boutique-hotel boom in the past few years, and the Loews Atlanta is the newest entry.

Known as one of the most historic hotels in the city, this Midtown gem has carefully balanced the old world charm of the Georgian Terrace with Atlanta’s contemporary elegance.

Victorian both inside and out, this stately five-room inn—originally designed in 1891 by Walter T. Downing, one of Atlanta's premier architects—is one of the city's designated landmark buildings.