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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
Situated on historic River Street, the highly trafficked cobblestoned thoroughfare fronting the Savannah River, the Bohemian is perhaps best known for having the city’s only rooftop bar.
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.
At the Ballastone Inn, an Italianate mansion three blocks from the waterfront, rooms have canopied poster beds and mahogany armoires.
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.
Formerly the Avia
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.
This beautiful 1913 high-rise building, once home to Atlanta's soigné Winecoff Hotel, has been reinvented as a sleek, clean-lined boutique property. It sat vacant for more than two decades until the Boykins Management Group brought it back to dazzling life in 2007.