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Drop modern boutique hotel sensibilities into a spot built in 1913, and you have The Ellis. The old-school architecture houses 127 rooms, each shrouded in warm brown bamboo panelling.
This renovated boutique hotel provides Southern hospitality in a restored 1913 historic landmark, and each of the rooms has pillow-top mattresses, flat-screen televisions, and Wi-Fi. Full review →
The Ellis on Peachtree is downtown Atlanta's most historic boutique hotel. Full review →
The 127 guest rooms rely on clean, spare design and muted earth tones for visual impact, and on well-appointed work areas for their appeal to the business traveler. Full review →
The Ellis is a downtown gem with business chic rooms fitted out in warm wooden hues and cool white bedding. Full review →
127 rooms, including a secure women-only floor; details like iPod docking stations, free Wi-Fi, and comfy pillow-top beds. Full review →
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. Full review →
This hotel harbors notable sophistication and a dedicated staff that goes out of its way to keep guests happy. Full review →
This beautiful 1913 high-rise building, once home to Atlanta's soigné Winecoff Hotel, has been reinvented as a sleek, clean-lined boutique property. Full review →
A keyed-access floor reserved for solo female travelers (special perks include curling irons in the bathrooms) is a unique feature of this historic boutique landmark.