Hotels in Georgia
There are plenty of great hotels in Georgia and visitors will find that most of the high-end accommodations are located in major tourist and business hubs like Savannah and Atlanta. While there are plenty of budget-friendly accommodations from major U.S. hotel chains, some of the best Georgia hotels are the centrally-located Four Seasons Atlanta and the Mandarin Oriental, positioned in the pricey Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta near Lenox Square Mall. Further south in the city of Savannah, visitors will discover plenty of well-known Georgia hotels, but the best stays can be had at Savannah’s one-of-a-kind inns and B&Bs like the Hamilton-Turner Inn, located in the heart of the town’s historic district, and the Kehoe House, which sits just a few blocks from the Savannah River promenade. In all, those visiting the state should have no problem finding hotels in Georgia that fit the bill.
Located on Peachtree Road, this flagship of the Atlanta-based InterContinental Hotels Group offers 422 rooms and 21 suites. All accommodations are outfitted with 300-count Egyptian cotton linens as well as marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs.
Just 15 minutes south of Athens, this family-owned country estate is surrounded by lush gardens filled with magnolias and redbuds. The 1893 Victorian manor house hosts up to 18 overnight guests in seven rooms, each individually designed according to a specific theme.
Open year-round, this ranch is for families who don't need the cowboy shtick to enjoy horseback riding. Situated amid rolling hills, it's one of the few that lets capable riders go out on their own, without a wrangler.
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.
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).
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.
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.
When it arrived on the scene in 2009, this stately hotel redefined luxury in Atlanta. Expect the same sensibility you’d encounter at other St. Regis properties (champagne service, poolside Evian spritzes) butwith some very obvious—and glamorous—nods to the South.
Adjacent to the Georgia Aquarium and just around the corner from the Georgia Dome, Philips Arena, and CNN Center, this all-suite hotel has been popular with vacationing families since it first opened in 1999.
St. Simons, the largest of Georgia's four Golden Isles, is distinguished from its neighbors by the more-than-century-old lighthouse that stands on the island's southern end. For a good view of this iconic and still-functioning landmark, stay at St.