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Visiting Atlanta? These Are The 5 Best Hotels In The City
Atlanta is a great city to visit for luxury, delicious southern food and hospitality like none other. This city has a lot to offer, including beautifully designed hotels with amenities such as a rooftop pool, skyline views and marble floors.
Here are the 5 best hotels to stay in when visiting Atlanta.
Located on Midtown Mile, this luxe hotel is located near Piedmont Park, the High Museum of Art and Fox Theatre. Walking into the lobby will give you all the aesthetics with its granite-and-marble floors and high ceilings.
The property boasts a spa, complimentary shuttle service in a Cadillac Escalade and restaurants serving southern cuisine.
Head to downtown Atlanta for a stay at The Ritz-Carlton. This property is one of the most expensive hotels in the city but it’s location is everything! With only a short walk to popular tourist destinations such as the World of Coca-Cola, the College Football Hall of Fame, the Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Georgia Aquarium, The Ritz-Carlton is a convenient and luxurious option.
The uptown energy of Midtown is what you’re going to get when staying at the W Atlanta Midtown. From a day at the pool listening to music in your own cabana to a night at the bar sipping on a drink, this hotel is nothing but vibes.
Founded by the former Mayor Asa Griggs of Atlanta who also happens to be the founder of Coca-Cola, this hotel was once office spaces before revamping as a hotel in 2019. The marble staircase is the first thing you see when walking into this beautiful property and it’s located conveniently close to Mercedes-Benz Stadium and the World of Coca-Cola.
This busy hotel is filled with attractions such as the Pool Piazza, St. Regis Bar and the hotel’s on-site restaurant. If you’re an art lover, you can dine in a room filled with original art work from the owner’s private collection featuring works from Chagall, Matisse, Picasso and Van Gogh.