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When the Georgian Terrace opened in 1911, it was the ultimate grand Southern hotel, with its floor-to-ceiling windows, opulent chandeliers, and marble columns. Full review →
Restored splendor sums up this historic hotel. Used as the stomping grounds for the Gone with the Wind premiere, The Georgian Terrace is full of grace and sophistication.
This stately hotel comes with an impeccable Southern pedigree... however... if you're looking for brand-spanking-new digs, this is not your hotel.
The columned lobby is striking, and breathtaking terraces traverse the exterior, making it a popular venue for wedding receptions. Full review →
The marble floors, soaring columns, and dramatic French windows hark back to the opulence and grandeur of a bygone era, though the rooms are thoroughly modern. Full review →If you'd like a view of Stone Mountain, ask for a suite on the east side of the hotel.
Travelers can taste local history at Atlanta's grand dame of historic hotels, where stars ranging from Tallulah Bankhead to Enrico Caruso have rested their heads. Full review →
Historic Beaux Arts building with a popular cocktail bar and amenities designed for long-term stays. Full review →
The hotel has undergone a massive facelift and is worth a wander through whether you're stay here or not. Full review →
Stylish century-old hotel, with a rooftop pool, in a prime Midtown location opposite the Fox Theatre.
Since hosting the premier gala for Gone With the Wind in 1939, this hotel has welcomed everyone from F. Scott Fitzgerald to Elvis Presley. Full review →
Known as one of the most historic hotels in the city, this Midtown gem has carefully balanced the old world charm of the Georgian Terrace with Atlanta’s contemporary elegance. Full review →
An "easy walk" from MARTA and Downtown, this "memorable" historic 1911 hotel has welcomed a roster of famous guests in its "nicely furnished" accommodations.
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