From swanky international hotel brands to historic bed and breakfasts—and everything in between—Atlanta’s accommodations run the gamut. The difficult... Read More
From swanky international hotel brands to historic bed and breakfasts—and everything in between—Atlanta’s accommodations run the gamut. The difficulty in choosing where to stay in Atlanta lies in narrowing down the many options: every type of traveler—high-powered CEOs, vacationing families, solo adventurers, celebrities—can find a hotel that perfectly suits his or her needs.
Architecture buffs, for example, might want to book one of the five rooms at the Shellmont Inn Bed & Breakfast, a stunning Victorian built in 1891 by Walter T. Downing, one of Atlanta’s premier architects. Now a designated landmark building, the B&B retains many charming period details. For those who prefer a more modern experience, the St. Regis Atlanta provides five-star luxury, from the posh spa to the in-room chandeliers and original artwork, as does the Mandarin Oriental Atlanta, which offers a private English garden and spacious, serene bathrooms. To explore Midtown, the Loews Atlanta Hotel is ideally located around the corner from the famous Fox Theatre and near Piedmont Park, as is the graceful, historic Georgian Terrace Hotel.