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This grand, mesmerizing boutique hotel is comfort wrapped in style. The decor is elegant, classy and contemporary. The plush and spacious rooms are adorned with warm soothing hues and sophisticated textures. Rain flowing showerheads, plasma television and European-style bed coverings spell luxury. The unique bathroom which is fully encased in glass with double vanities is worth the money. Making no qualms about being an expensive and exclusive abode, The Glenn Hotel offers a unique lifestyle "Your Desires" program, which is based on customizing services for the guests. The in-house restaurant is another reason to stay here. Truly a world-class destination.
Formerly the Winecoff Hotel, The Ellis is an elegant historic boutique hotel located in Downtown Atlanta. Following a huge fire in 1946, it was renovated and reopened. The premises are said to be haunted, and guests have reported unexplained sightings. The rooms are elegant and comfortable. This is probably one of the few hotels that has a separate women's only floor with added security. Conveniently located it is ideal for the business traveler as well as for those on leisure. There are special packages available for couples as well. With their warm hospitality and plush accommodations, The Ellis is a good option for a memorable stay in the city.
The grand dame of Atlanta hotels, the Georgian Terrace has stood proud in Midtown since 1911. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the hotel was built in the Flatiron style, with a majestic atrium that greets guests in the lobby flanked by lush side rooms and banquet halls. When Gone With the Wind premiered in Atlanta in December 1939, the Terrace played host to stars Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, and then also to the gala cast party held after the movie's world debut around the corner.
Boasting a great Midtown location and a historic 1924 building, the Artmore Hotel is a boutique hotel in the heart of the action. Steps away from the Woodruff Arts Center and High Museum of Art, the hotel is aptly named for the burgeoning Cultural Arts District surrounding it. The Artmore was formerly known as the Granada, reflective of its Spanish-inspired architecture. While the façade remains true to its history, the interior has received a more modern makeover. A sleek, contemporary lobby and bar await visitors. The rooms are fashionably remodeled in warm hues, and feature mini-bars, plasma TVs and luxurious custom bedding. The hotel also offers spacious suites and a large courtyard with plenty of outdoor seating – perfect for balmy Southern nights.
This comfortable lodge is just 20 minutes east of Atlanta, located amid the natural beauty of Stone Mountain Park. Enjoy the traditional Southern atmosphere and spacious guest rooms, along with fine dining at the inn's restaurant. Best of all, the colonial-style inn is just a few steps away from the park's main attractions, including the nightly laser show. The facility is managed by Marriott and upholds the demanding standards of this respected chain.