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Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta

Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This elegant, 127-room luxury hotel is located in a quiet area in Buckhead, but close to restaurants, shops and great nightlife, and a couple of blocks from the subway. The spacious, high-tech rooms are the main draw here, but there's also a wonderful spa (a destination for locals), a great indoor lap pool, a bright fitness center, a casual but stylish restaurant, and a lounge overlooking the beautiful gardens.
Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 244-room Four Seasons Atlanta certainly looks grand -- the exterior and entryway have the scale and decoration one would expect from a southern Four Seasons. The rooms, however, leave a bit to be desired. They are pleasant enough and have some of the bells and whistles expected at a property of this price point (down pillows, plush bathrobes, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks), but decor is generic and the bathrooms are quite small. Suites, however, are much more stylish, with luxurious beds and stunning views. The rest of the hotel, as well, is more in line with its five-pearl status: There's a lovely indoor saltwater lap pool with whirlpool and free poolside chilled towels, ice water, and Evian spritzes; a well-outfitted, modern fitness center; an acclaimed restaurant; and a full-service spa.
The St. Regis Atlanta

The St. Regis Atlanta Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This grand, French Baroque-inspired resort is one of Atlanta's premier options, located in the affluent Buckhead neighborhood. Luxury reaches an impressive level, with glimmering chandeliers, a marble terrace, and fine furnishings throughout. The lobby and lounge areas are pure glamour and the 151 rooms are equally regal. Expect big, comfortable beds, marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, and a luxurious outdoor pool piazza. It's pricier than other options, but it's not hard to see why.
The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead

The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The outstanding service and glamorous design at the Ritz-Carlton Buckhead fall in line with customer's expectations of this luxury brand. The 517 rooms are mostly luxurious, with bright bay windows, iPod docks, plush linens, and warm colors, but feel slightly dated, with popcorn ceilings and run-of-the-mill wood furniture. Bathrooms have marble vanities and, in most, rainforest showerheads, but no separate soaking tubs and no name-brand toiletries. Property highlights include a big indoor pool, a high-end cafe, an ornate lobby, and a regal dining room. In Buckhead, it's bested by the Mandarin Oriental and the St. Regis.
Loews Atlanta Hotel

Loews Atlanta Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 414-room Loews Atlanta hotel brings style and luxury to Midtown. Rooms are bright with floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious bathrooms have soaking tubs and TVs. Upscale amenities include a modern spa and fitness center along with a swanky cocktail bar in the lobby. Convenient dining options range from an innovative restaurant to a gourmet snack bar, but many restaurants and bars are in walking distance as well. Wi-Fi is available for a fee and parking is pricey, although free transportation is on offer within a three-mile radius in a stylish Mercedes GL450.
Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead

Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Grand Hyatt Atlanta is an upscale chain hotel geared toward travelers with business in Buckhead. But the hotel's pool and the large, contemporary rooms (equipped with flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and mini-fridges) make it a fine choice for leisure travelers as well, provided they prefer proximity to Buckhead's picturesque mansions and lively nightlife over proximity to the sites downtown. But bathrooms are on the small side, and there's a daily fee for Wi-Fi.
Stonehurst Place

Stonehurst Place Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The six-room Stonehurst Place is a small bed-and-breakfast in a 19th-century building, once the residence of an Atlanta engineer, that has been restored and updated with modern amenities. Guests have commented numerous times on the affability of the owners, the excellent culinary offerings, and the relaxing atmosphere. Rooms are inviting and full of character with hardwood floors and modern bathrooms. The property sits on a quiet, tree-lined street in midtown Atlanta, within walking distance of a variety of restaurants and shops. There's no gym or full restaurant, but breakfast and Wi-Fi come free.
W Atlanta - Buckhead

W Atlanta - Buckhead Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This design-focused, chic hotel offers a younger, funkier alternative to upscale hotels in Atlanta. The contemporary style ranges from the antler-adorned chandeliers in the lobby to the uber-modern, minimalist decor in other common areas. The 291 comfortable rooms are whimsical in design with playful patterns and mismatched artwork. This hotel is fun and lively -- especially the rooftop whiskey bar -- but the small pool and open bathrooms might be problematic for some guests.
The Ellis Hotel

The Ellis Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 127-room boutique in Downtown Atlanta is located in a historic building that was once ravaged by the deadly Winecoff fire -- but inside, it's thoroughly stylish and contemporary. Its charming lobby has fresh flowers and a cool light fixture, its restaurant serves delicious farm-to-table cuisine, its event space is lovely with a terrace and floor-to-ceiling windows, and rooms -- though on the smaller side -- are sophisticated, with modern technology. Perks like free Wi-Fi and a $1 wine tasting every evening add value, and female travelers may appreciate the women's-only floor, which includes added security and a separate entrance.
Glenn Hotel, Autograph Collection

Glenn Hotel, Autograph Collection Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This stylish, 110-room boutique in Downtown Atlanta, part of Marriott's high-end Autograph Collection, is a hotel with a conscience: It's inside an adaptive reuse historical building; rooms have smart thermostats to conserve energy; high-end H20 bath products are organic; and the linens are fair trade. Although standard rooms are on the small side for the city, and can be a bit dark, they come with iPod docks and (albeit small) flat-screen TVs, as well as contemporary, upscale decor. The hotel's rooftop bar -- which boasts stunning views of the city -- is a highlight.

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What's Your Style?

  • Romantic
  • Luxury
  • Value
  • Boutique
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Locations

  • Buckhead
  • Downtown
  • Midtown

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • Autograph Collection
  • Hyatt
  • Hyatt Place
  • Loews
  • Mandarin Oriental
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