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15 expert recommendations
Southern charm and Asian aesthetics meld seamlessly at the Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta. Full review →
Dramatic 42-story tower in the upscale Buckhead neighborhood. Full review →
Five-star Buckhead swank comes to life in this 42-story boutique hotel and residence.
This review refers to this property's former incarnation as the Mansion on Peachtree. It is now the Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta. Full review →
Sophisticated glamour with a touch of Zen characterizes this upscale 42-story Buckhead hotel. Full review →
A quiet respite in the heart of Atlanta’s buzzy Buckhead neighborhood. Full review →
Long awaited, the Mansion opened in 2008, offering travelers a whole new level of luxury and service (you even get your own butler). Full review →Coffee and tea are delivered to your room upon request each morning.
Its 125 rooms and suites are known for their spaciousness; the smallest are those with city views that measure 480 square feet, while the largest exceed 600 square feet and offer balconies. Full review →
You’ll find all the amenities you’d expect at a Mandarin, including great service, comfy beds, and Asian-inflected decor, plus a cushy spa and a 60-foot indoor lap pool. Full review →
A bastion of Southern charm with Asian-influenced design, the biggest rooms in the city, and a spa that’s the last word in pampering Full review →
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. Full review →
This hotel is as good as it gets in Atlanta, offering head-to-head competition against the big boys—the Ritz-Carltons, the Four Seasons and St. Regis —every step of the way. The decor... Full review →Views from high floors are impressive, but there is construction around the hotel; request a room that avoids the visual and aural annoyances associated with building a skyscraper.
Besides its landmark building, the hotel’s unbeatable location, extraordinary spa and distinctive service make it a standout. Full review →
Located in the affluent enclave of Buckhead, this tower hotel is set in the first 15 floors of a striking high-rise (it was formerly the Mansion on Peachtree). Full review →
This "very low key" art deco luxury hotel wins fans with a "top-notch" staff that "goes above and beyond" and "fabulously appointed", "sumptuous" rooms.