Hotels in Atlanta

Hotels in Atlanta offer some of the best southeastern United States accommodations in a city nicknamed  “The Big Peach”, “City in a Forest” and “Hotlanta”. Known for its museums, its historic homes, its civil rights movements, its shopping, its sports teams,  its coffee shops and its street art, Atlanta is the birth-place of Coca Cola. Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, abbreviated ATL, is one of the busiest airports in the world. As such, its best to arrive as early as possible to ATL prior to your flight’s departure. Be aware that summer can be very humid and that driving in and around the city can at times be challenging. Hotels in Atlanta indeed are exciting to consider. Before we get to hotels in Atlanta, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

A relatively new capital city, Atlanta originally was to be a railway terminus. Incorporated on December 29, 1847, the city’s population was 2,569 by 1850. This population included 2,058 whites, 18 free blacks and 493 African slaves. Prior to the Civil War, railways leading into Atlanta had increased in numbers, making the city a strategic location for the Confederate Army’s distribution of military supplies. On September 2, 1864, Atlanta surrendered to the Union Army and thereafter was rebuilt gradually. Early in the 20th century, Atlanta experienced unprecedented growth, as evidenced by the Flatiron, Empire, and Candler buildings, which stand to this day, the latter of which became The Candler Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton.

Located in northeast Georgia, Atlanta is The Peach State’s capital and most populous city. Approximately 500,000 people live within the city, while nearly 6 million live in the surrounding metropolitan area. Today, Atlanta has taken a page from its early transportation roots, as Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport has been the world’s busiest airport since 1998. Nicknamed “City in a Forest”, Atlanta has rolling hills and dense tree coverage, which is generally uncommon for a major city. Due to gentrification since the 1996 Summer Olympics, the city has experienced a shift in demographics, culture and aesthetics. More than 50 million people visit Atlanta each year. Average high temperatures hover around 80 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer and around 44 degrees in the winter. Major points of interest include Center for Civil and Human Rights, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park, Georgia State Capitol, Piedmont Park, Swan House, Atlanta History Center, Margaret Mitchell House, Tabernacle Atlanta, Centennial Olympic Park, Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta Falcons), Truist Park (Atlanta Braves) and State Farm Arena (Atlanta Hawks). The PGA Tour’s final event of the season, The Tour Championship, is held annually at East Lake Golf Club, while The Masters are held at Augusta National Golf Course, which is about a 2-hour drive eastward. Popular Atlanta foods include  fried chicken, lobster mac ‘n cheese, chili dogs, burgers, smoked wings, BBQ, oysters, pork chops, tacos, biscuits and peach sliders. With a little background information on the area, we are now ready for hotels in Atlanta that will help make for a memorable trip.





Omni Hotel at the Battery

2625 Circle 75 Parkway

Hotels in Atlanta

Truist Park (Atlanta Braves)

Omni Hotel at the Battery boasts a year-round outdoor pool, an on-site restaurant, private parking, flat-screen TVs, seating areas, bathrobes and hairdryers. Restaurant at Omni, Truist Park (baseball stadium), Braves Clubhouse Store (gift shop), C. Ellet’s Steakhouse, Fox Bros B-B-Q, Yard House (New American restaurant), Antico Pizza, Superica (Tex-Mex restaurant), Van Michael Men (barber shop), BURN by Rocky Patel (cigar shop), Coca-Cola Roxy (concert hall), The Battery Atlanta (shopping mall), The Escape Game Atlanta (escape room center), Fat Tuesday (bar), CRÚ Food & Wine Bar, ASW Distillery, Kung Fu Tea (bubble tea store), Lush Nail Bar and more are in the area.

Truist Park is 0.1 miles, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center is 0.6 miles, Atlanta History Center and Six Flags White Water Atlanta are 5.7 miles, Buckhead Theatre is 6.1 miles, Marietta Square is 6.4 miles, Kennesaw House is 6.5 miles, Lenox Square is 6.5 miles, Centennial Olympic Park is 9.9 miles and Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is 17.4 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (suite with balcony): $881




Waldorf Astoria Buckhead

3376 Peachtree Rd NE

Hotels in Atlanta

Lenox Square

Featuring a fitness center, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, dual sinks, bathrobes, an indoor pool, a spa, an on-site ballroom, on-site meeting facilities and a private garden, Waldorf Astoria Buckhead can be found close to Maggiano’s Little Italy (restaurant), Corner Bakery (sandwich shop), New York Prime (steak house), AGPicture (photographer), Mission + Market (American restaurant), Little Alley Steak (steak house), DaVinci’s Donuts, The Palm (steak house) and more.

You may find Lenox Square 0.1 miles, Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta and Phipps Plaza Shopping Center 0.3 miles, Buckhead Theatre 1 mile, Atlanta History Center 1.2 miles, American Institutes for Research 1.9 miles, CDC Centers for Disease Control 4.1 miles, Atlantic Station and High Museum of Art 4.2 miles, Georgia Aquarium 6.2 miles and Hartsfield-Jackson Airport 14.9 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom king suite): $1,017

Cost per person (three people): $339




Four Seasons Atlanta

75 14th Street Northeast

Hotels in Atlanta

Woodruff Arts Center

With a full-service spa, a modern health club, an on-site restaurant, sitting areas, writing desks, free WiFi, marble bathrooms, deep bathtubs, separate glass-enclosed showers, an indoor saline pool, a sauna and a steam room, Four Seasons Atlanta can be found close to The Spa at Four Seasons Atlanta, Bar Margot (New American restaurant), South City Kitchen Midtown (restaurant), Veranda (bar), Koo Koo Room (bar), Midtown Beach Club (bar), Atlanta Event Center (event venue), The Wimbish House (wedding venue), Domaine (night club), Joy Cafe, Tiki Tango Hideaway Oasis (restaurant), Foxtrot Liquor Bar (cocktail bar), Pasta Da Pulcinella (Italian restaurant), McCray’s Tavern Midtown (New American restaurant), Whole Foods Market, The Oceanaire Seafood Room (fine dining restaurant), Tabla (Indian restaurant), Stellar Bodies Midtown (pilates studio), E Ramen + (ramen restaurant), Soak & Polish Nail Bar, Farm Burger Midtown Atlanta (restaurant), Whole World Improv Theatre (comedy club), CrossFit Midtown (gym), Establishment (bar & grill), Brown Bag Seafood Co. (restaurant), Bun Mi Vietnamese Grill and more.

From this hotel Woodruff Arts Center and High Museum of Art are 0.2 miles, Margaret Mitchell House is 0.3 miles, Piedmont Park and Center Stage Theater Atlanta are 0.4 miles, Atlanta Botanical Garden is 0.7 miles, Atlantic Station is 0.8 miles, Bradley Observatory is 5.5 miles, Six Flags Over Georgia is 9.6 miles and Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is 10.4 miles.

Approximate cost per night (luxury suite): $2,711

Cost per person (three people): $903








Hotel Clermont

789 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast

Ponce City Market

Hotel Clermont features flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, a 24-hour front desk and an on-site restaurant. It can be found close to Liberty Tattoo, The Cherry Blossom Salon (hair salon), Green’s Beverages (state liquor store), Honey Bubble (cafe), Java Jive (breakfast restaurant), gusto! Ponce (fast food restaurant), VESTA Movement Ponce (boxing gym), The Local (karaoke bar), The Bookhouse Pub, Friends on Ponce (bar), MJQ (The Drunken Unicorn – night club), Southern Star Tattoo, Tiny Doors ATL (tourist attraction), Le Maison Rouge (event venue), Paris on Ponce (art gallery), The Forum Athletic Club (athletic club), BeltLine Shed at Ponce City Market (farmers’ market), Anthropologie (women’s clothing store), Skyline Park (amusement center), CorePower Yoga and more.

This location is 0.3 miles from Ponce City Market, 0.5 miles from Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, 1 mile from Atlanta Medical Center, 1.2 miles from Jackson Street Bridge, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Piedmont Park and Inman Park-Reynoldstown Station, 1.4 miles from Fox Theater, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and Margaret Mitchell House, 1.9 miles from The World of Coca-Cola, 2 miles from Georgia Aquarium, 10.9 miles from Six Flags Over Georgia and 10 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe suite): $595

Cost per person (four people): $149





Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Vinings/Galleria

2829 Overlook Parkway

Hotels in Atlanta

Truist Park

Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Vinings/Galleria offers air conditioning, an indoor pool, a fitness center, a restaurant, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and à la carte and American breakfast options. Nearby you’ll find Snap Fitness (gym), Bowl Lab (Asian fusion restaurant), 101 Steak (steak house), Meehan’s Public House (pub), The Station at Vinings Shopping Center, Salon Deco (beauty salon), Stockyard Burgers and Bones (American restaurant), Vinings Massage & Wellness, Mellow Mushroom Atlanta – Vinings (pizza restaurant), Pure Barre (physical fitness program), Paces & Vine Restaurant, Read Shop by The Merchant (coffee shop), Another Broken Egg Cafe, Vinings Jubilee (shopping mall), SOHO Atlanta Restaurant, The Historic Pace House (event venue), Old Vinings Inn (event venue), The Front Porch Market, Orient Express (diner), Chick-fil-A, Publix (supermarket), Marlow’s Tavern (new American restaurant) and more.

From here Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center and Cobb Energy Centre are 1.2 miles, Truist Park is 1.5 miles, Atlanta History Center is 5.2 miles, Buckhead Theatre is 5.5 miles, Atlantic Station is 6.7 miles, Fox Theater is 8.3 miles and Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is 16 miles.

Approximate cost per night (guest room – city view): $209

Cost per person (four people): $53




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Loews Atlanta Hotel

1065 Peachtree Street

Hotels in Atlanta

Margaret Mitchell House

With a restaurant, a modern fitness center, spacious guest rooms, . 37-inch flat-screen TVs in the bedrooms, 15-inch flat-screen TVs in the bathrooms, bathrobes, coffee makers, minibars, a full-service business center and a 24-hour front desk, Loews Atlanta Hotel is situated close to Café Intermezzo (European restaurant), Saltwood Charcuterie & Bar, Olive Bistro Midtown (Mediterranean restaurant), Bulla Gastrobar (Spanish restaurant), Drybar (hair salon), DUA Vietnamese (restaurant), Publico Atlanta (Latin American restaurant), Lure (seafood restaurant), The Oceanaire Seafood Room (fine dining restaurant), Joy Cafe, Ravine (event venue) and more.

Margaret Mitchell House is 0.1 miles, Piedmont Park and MARTA-Midtown Station are 0.3 miles, Woodruff Arts Center, High Museum of Art, Arts Center Station and MARTA-Arts Center Station are 0.5 miles, Atlanta Botanical Garden is 0.6 miles, Center Stage Theater Atlanta and Fox Theater are 0.7 miles, Atlantic Station is 1 mile, The World of Coca-Cola is 1.5 miles, Atlanta Stadium (historical) is 2.7 miles, Bradley Observatory is 5.3 miles and Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is 10.2 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night (grand luxury suite): $603

Cost per person (four people): $150

Twelve Downtown, Marriott Autograph Collection

400 West Peachtree Street

Hotels in Atlanta

The World of Coca-Cola

Featuring a roof-top pool, contemporary furnishings, kitchens with steel appliances and granite counter tops, flat-screen TVs, flat-screen monitors and keyboards, valet parking and an in-house American restaurant, Twelve Downtown is in the vicinity of Mellow Mushroom (pizza restaurant), Caribou Coffee (cafe), Pacific Rim Bistro (Pan-Asian restaurant), Morton’s The Steakhouse, The PokéSpot (Hawaiian restaurant), Corner Bakery Cafe (sandwich shop), White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails (American restaurant), Gresham’s Florist, Capital City Club and more.

You’ll find Civic Center Station MARTA 0.1 miles, Children’s Museum of Atlanta, The World of Coca-Cola and Center for Civil & Human Rights 0.3 miles, Peachtree Center Station – MARTA, Georgia Aquarium and Centennial Olympic Park 0.4 miles, North Avenue MARTA Station, The Varsity and Tabernacle 0.5 miles, Fox Theater 0.5 miles, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site 1 mile, Zoo Atlanta 2.4 miles and Hartsfield-Jackson Airport 8.9 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom suite): $604

Cost per person (eight people): $75








The Candler Hotel Atlanta, Curio Collection by Hilton

127 Peachtree Street NE

Hotels in Atlanta

Tabernacle Atlanta

The Chandler Hotel Atlanta provides a fitness center, a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, room service, luggage storage, hairdryers, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, seating areas, a buffet or à la carte breakfast, free WiFi and a business center. Rising Roll Gourmet Café (sandwich shop), Knowles Conference Center (event venue), VINTAGE The BARBER SHOP, Fairlie-Poplar District (historical place), Slice Downtown (pizza restaurant), Theatrical Outfit (performing arts theater), Rialto Center for the Arts (performing arts theater), Reuben’s Deli, Dua Vietnamese Noodle Soup, Woodruff Park Fountain (historical landmark) and more are in the area.

This hotel is 0.1 miles from High Museum of Art at Georgia-Pacific Center and Georgia Pacific Museum, 0.2 miles from Fairlie-Poplar Historic District, Peachtree Center Station – MARTA and Tabernacle Atlanta, 0.3 miles from Georgia State University, Humbug Square (historical), MARTA-Five Points Station and Underground Atlanta Historic District, 0.5 miles from Georgia Aquarium, 0.8 miles from Atlanta Stadium (historical), 2.3 miles from High Museum of Art, 2.6 miles from Atlantic Station and 8.4 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom king suite): $565

Cost per person (four people): $142





Stonehurst Place Bed & Breakfast

923 Piedmont Avenue Northeast

Hotels in Atlanta

Piedmont Park

Offering a daily gourmet breakfast, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, DVD players, daily maid service, airport shuttle service for a charge and free parking, Stonehurst Place Bed & Breakfast is near Gregory Banks Salon + Extensions (hair salon), Studio 905 on Juniper (art gallery), The Lawrence (American restaurant), Laughing Skull Lounge (comedy club), The Vortex Bar & Grill, Sweet Hut Bakery & Cafe, Fado Irish Pub, G’s Midtown (gastropub), Atlanta Muscle Melter (massage therapist), Campagnolo Restaurant + Bar, Helmet Hairworx (hair salon), Kat’s Cafe (lounge), Margaret Mitchell House (museum), Empire State South (American restaurant), Eco Denizen (gift shop), Savi Provisions (gourmet grocery store), Cafe Agora, Dancing Goats Coffee Bar and more.

Margaret Mitchell House and Piedmont Park are 0.3 miles, MARTA-Midtown Station is 0.4 miles, Fox Theater is 0.6 miles, Atlanta Botanical Garden, North Avenue MARTA Station, Woodruff Arts Center, High Museum of Art and Arts Center Station are 0.7 miles, The Varsity is 0.8 miles, Atlantic Station is 1.3 miles, The World of Coca-Cola and Georgia Aquarium are 1.4 miles, Centennial Olympic Park is 1.5 miles, Bradley Observatory is 5.1 miles, Six Flags Over Georgia is 9.8 miles, Stone Mountain Park is 17.8 miles and Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is 10 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe king suite): $502




Peachtree Penthouse

300 West Peachtree Street

Hotels in Atlanta

Centennial Olympic Park

With city views, a terrace, free WiFi, air conditioning, a fully-equipped kitchen, a flat-screen TV, a hairdryer and a balcony, Peachtree Penthouse is close to Twelve Downtown.

Approximate cost per night: $131

Cost per person (four people): $33




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The Social Goat

548 Robinson Avenue

Hotels in Atlanta

Zoo Atlanta

The Social Goat has free WiFi, air conditioning, a garden, a terrace, flat-screen TVs, a fully-equipped kitchen, hairdryers and an American breakfast. It’s near The Beacon Atlanta (shopping mall), Eventide Brewing (brewery), Bravo Ocean Studios (recording studio), Mediterranea Restaurant & Bakery, Talat Market (restaurant), Zoo Atlanta, Grant Park Pool (public swimming pool), Grant Park Farmers Market, Wood’s Chapel BBQ (barbecue restaurant), Georgia State Stadium and more.

From here Zoo Atlanta and Rick’s House are 0.3 miles, Morgan’s House is 0.4 miles, Georgia State Stadium is 1.2 miles, Rawson-Washington Park and Oakland Cemetery are 1.3 miles, MARTA-King Memorial Station and King Memorial Station are 1.5 miles, Atlanta Stadium (historical) is 1.6 miles, MARTA-Georgia State Station is 1.7 miles, The World of Coca-Cola and Georgia Aquarium are 2.7 miles, Atlantic Station is 4.7 miles, Six Flags Over Georgia is 10.8 miles and Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is 7 miles.

Approximate cost per night (king room w balcony): $275

Cost per person (four people): $69




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So there they are, hotels in Atlanta that will help provide for an outstanding trip. We hope you have found this information useful and most of all, that you enjoy your time in Georgia!

18 Replies to “Hotels in Atlanta”

  1. Hello, I really want to first appreciate your effort in putting this great website together and writing this article. the interface of your website and the picture combinations makes it easy to read and i now believe that atlanta is one place with so many beautiful hotels and tourist centers. thanks once again for this post

  2. This is a great article, I just sit back and dream about the future when I can be able to not look at the cheapest hostels when I travel.

    Atalanta seems like a great city and for me, it is amazing that there is so much luxury around the world and that we all someday can maybe afford to travel like this.

    For me who is from sweden Atalanta is a city that I have never tought about but now it is in my list of places to visit

  3. One daubing the near future when I visit Atlanta I’d surely refer to this article. 

    I love having scenic views and it kind of makes me feel like an artist looking over my windows or balcony. 

    Sometimes I can’t help but take pictures and post them on my social media profiles.

    I hear Atlanta is a beautiful city, I’m sure going to have a swell time when I visit. 

    Thanks for this expose’ on beautiful hotels to visit when I get there. 

  4. Love this!  What a great place to find where you want to stay when visiting Atlanta!  Clear, informative, interesting, and I love the pricing per individual and/or group.  These hotels should pay your for the way you advertise them.  Placing hotels on this site is absolutely one of the best ways to help travelers make well-informed choices per location and amenities when planning a trip to Atlanta.  Very well written–keep this site up and going!

  5. Many thanks to you for giving us such a beautiful article and I have the opportunity to discuss something wonderful with you. I am a travel loving person and I make vacations all the time traveling to some country and I love to visit the Atlanta cities. When I read your article I found that you have described some wonderful hostels in your article which will be a useful article for everyone. You mentioned about the 789 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast Hostel and I myself spent the night at this hostel and a very good hostel. The people who are in charge of the management of this hotel are very sincere and helpful and I think that after reading your article, many people will think about taking service from the hotel and share their experiences with them.

  6. Those are some pretty snazzy hotels there. I’ve been to Georgia a long time ago and I remember we stayed in a very tiny hotel room. The ones you are showing appear to definitely be worth the price. The Social Goat has a rather bizarre name; it’s not only lovely, but it’s also economical.

    I actually like the Peachtree Penthouse better, and it’s even more affordable. Thanks to your detailed reviews, I now know exactly where I’m going to stay the next time I’m in Georgia! Hopefully soon.

  7. I and my wife love to travel. Whenever we find a time we go out. So I’m very happy to see this article about my favorite thing. We know a lot about  Hotels in Atlanta from it. A few days ago I  visit that area. I got up at the hotel Hotel Clermont. There are all kinds of amenities in this hotel like a cafe, gym, saloon. For those of you who are traveling to the area, You can pick up at this hotel.

  8. Four of us are going to Atlanta and I’m pleasantly surprised how affordable Peachtree Penthouse at 300 West Peachtree Street really is. One of the locations we would want to be close to happens to be Twelve Downtown. So, I’m happy I found your post and that you included this one among your options. Thanks!

    1. Ann Peachtree Penthouse is an excellent option, luxurious and yet inexpensive. Another great choice is Twelve Downtown. You can’t go wrong with either of these. Happy travels 🙂

  9. Stonehurst Place looks beautiful, reminds me of home, amenities are looking great and the surroundings offer some good convenience, The Georgia Aquarium and the World Of Coca-Cola museum will definitely be on my to-do list if have the opportunity to visit Atlanta. Thank you so much for sharing. Take care!

  10. Atlanta’s history is interesting. This town, in addition to its magnificent buildings, makes it special and the greenery that surrounds it. Many of the sights it has make it special, different and even more interesting for tourists. As always, there’s accommodation for everyone’s budget, just to pack up and go on an adventure. Thank you for all the helpful information you have shared with us in this article.

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