Luxurious hotels, unique stays, and lots of Southern Hospitality: that’s what you’ll find at these top places to stay in Atlanta, Georgia. Make your visit to Atlanta unforgettable by booking a stay at these top Atlanta hotels.
The Best Hotels in Atlanta, Georgia
Book a stay in any of Atlanta’s most-loved hotels. The following hotels are the top rated hotels located all around the city. Where you stay can make or break your trip to Atlanta, so never settle for a bad hotel! Check out the best hotels the city has to offer.
1. The Social Goat Bed and Breakfast
The Social Goat Bed and Breakfast was originally built in 1900 as a Queen Anne Victorian for a large family. The property is now fantastic B&B with a miniature barnyard and gardens.
The B&B’s original residents included two Nigerian dwarf goats, one named “Sherman” who has since passed and his sister “Tallulah” who still lives on the property. Now, the Social Goat has five goats, 11 ducks, 11 chickens, one turkey, three cats, and several aquatic pets.
Located just a couple blocks from Zoo Atlanta and Grant Park, this cute bed and breakfast has eight different rooms, suites, and residences to choose from. Experience old Atlanta with a modern twist at this little farm hidden away in the middle of the city.
2. Omni Hotel at The Battery
Located in the mixed-used community The Battery, Omni Hotel at The Battery Atlanta is within steps of Truist Park, home of the Atlanta Braves professional baseball team. The area is also rife with premier office space, the Coca-Cola Roxy music venue, a variety of shopping, and great dining options. Less than a mile away are the Cobb Energy Centre and Cobb Galleria Centre entertainment and convention venues.
The hotel features 264 guests rooms, a full service fitness center, a full service restaurant, and valet parking.
The hotel’s show-stopping number is its 582 Waterside Lounge & Bar, which serves hand crafted drinks and American fare on an elevated pool deck with spectacular views right into the baseball stadium.
3. Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
Experience 5-star luxury at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta. Located in Midtown just steps from the High Museum of Art, the bustling activity of Peachtree Street, and the oasis green spaces of Piedmont Park, this hotel provides easy access to many of Atlanta’s best attractions.
Take a dip in the hotel’s indoor saltwater pool and then enjoy some time in the sun on the adjacent outdoor terrace. Treat yourself with a luxurious and relaxing visit to the spa. Experience fine dining with breakfast at Park 75 or handcrafted cocktails at Bar Margot.
A stay in the city-view rooms and comfortable suites at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta will leave you with an unforgettable Southern Hospitality experience.
4. The Candler Hotel
Experience Atlanta history at The Candler Hotel. The historic 17-story Candler Building was built by Coca-Cola founder Asa Griggs Candler in 1906. When it was built, it was the tallest building in Atlanta. The Candler Building is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Candler Hotel has retained its classic style and art deco glamour, including the building’s iconic lobby. The 265 room boutique hotel features a fitness center, free Wi-Fi, an onsite restaurant and bar, and great views of the city.
Located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta, the hotel is within walking distance of top Atlanta attractions like the Georgia Aquarium, State Farm Arena, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Centennial Olympic Park, and World of Coca-Cola.
5. Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
The Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center is the only hotel on the Georgia Tech campus. This hotel is ideal for corporate travelers coming to Atlanta and for visiting Georgia Tech families, alumni, and friends.
This hotel features an indoor pool, a health and wellness fitness center, and a club lounge full of Georgia Tech sports memorabilia. It is even one of the most eco-friendly hotels in Atlanta, with stringent environmentally responsible practices including water and energy saving programs, recycling, and the use of biodegradable cleaning products.
Its great location puts it only steps from Atlanta’s best restaurants, shops, nightlife, and most popular attractions.
6. Hotel Clermont
The historic Hotel Clermont is a restored 1920s hotel featuring renovated rooms and a rooftop bar with skyline views. This trendy independent boutique hotel is located right above Atlanta’s legendary Clermont Lounge, a strip club dating back to the late ’60s (the hotel isn’t affiliated with the lounge, though).
The hotel has 94 modern rooms with incredible views. In the morning, you can start your day at the lobby café. You can dine at their restaurant, Tiny Lou’s, any time of the day and head up to the rooftop bar for post-dinner drinks.
Hotel Clermont is located on the historic Ponce De Leon Avenue and sits near Atlanta’s popular Eastside Beltline Trail and Ponce City Market.
7. AC Hotel Atlanta Buckhead
The AC Hotel Atlanta Buckhead at Phipps Plaza has European-inspired rooms featuring glass-enclosed showers and stylish, comfortable bedding. Indulge in European-inspired breakfast from the AC Kitchen, and relax with authentic tapas and wine against in the stylish AC Lounge.
Hotel amenities include a heated indoor pool, a fitness center, free high speed internet, and meeting and event spaces.
Lenox Square, Buckhead Theatre, and more of Buckhead’s local attractions are all within walking distance of the hotel, as well as the MARTA station to easily transport you to Midtown and Downtown.
8. AC Hotel Atlanta Downtown
The AC Hotel Atlanta Downtown has European-inspired style. Relax in the hotel’s spacious rooms and suites with well-lit workstations, hardwood floors, and rain shower heads.
Hotel amenities include an outdoor pool, a fitness center, free high speed internet, and pet-friendly accommodations.
The hotel is conveniently located in Downtown Atlanta near Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Its location provides easy access to top Downtown attractions like Centennial Olympic Park, Georgia World Congress Center, and the Georgia Aquarium.
9. Hotel Indigo Atlanta Downtown
Hotel Indigo Atlanta Downtown was designed in the midcentury style by revered architect John Portman. The lobby features a beautiful curved, glass-and-steel staircase and the guest rooms are sleek and modern.
The Hotel Indigo in Atlanta is pet-friendly. Other hotel amenities include a fitness center, free WiFi, an on-site bar and restaurant, and a cocktail lounge.
Located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta, the hotel is centrally located to many of the city’s top sites. The hotel is connected to the AmericasMart convention center and is a 7 minute walk from Centennial Olympic Park and the world-class museums in the area.
10. Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel and Convention Center
The Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel and Convention Center is located in Cobb County adjacent to the Cobb Galleria Centre and within walking distance to The Battery and Truist Park.
This pet-friendly hotel also features a full service spa to help you unwind, a fitness center so you can keep up with your routine, and a refreshing indoor swimming pool.
The hotel’s rooms and suites offer an array of incredible views from the Braves stadium to scenic views of the city of Atlanta in the distance.
Top Atlanta Hotels Map
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