The Best Hotels With Parking to Book in Atlanta, Georgia

The St Regis Atlanta offers refined luxury in the heart of the city
The St Regis Atlanta offers refined luxury in the heart of the city | Courtesy of The St. Regis Atlanta / Expedia
Sarah Holt

Atlanta is Georgia’s biggest city. So, to explore it thoroughly, it’s best to hire a car. Hotels here are aware of this and so many of them offer parking options. Here’s a round-up of the best ones including spa hotels, five-star places and digs in the very heart of Downtown Atlanta – bookable on Culture Trip.

1. JW Marriott Atlanta Buckhead, for free electric car charging

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JW Marriott Atlanta Buckhead lounge area with floor to ceiling windows and design furniture
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This 25-floor hotel is set in the sophisticated Buckhead district of Atlanta, less than a 15-minute drive from the Downtown area. Book a Skyline Room and you can look out over this part of the city – with its 39 skyscrapers – from your window. The hotel’s parking lot comes with three free electric car charging stations and both self-park and valet parking options are available. Other highlights of the hotel include an indoor swimming pool and a low-lit craft cocktail bar with leather booths.

2. The Whitley, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Atlanta Buckhead, for a little bit of luxury

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The Whitley, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Atlanta Buckhead with its lounge bar complete with leather furniture and portraits on the wall
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It takes less than 15-minutes to drive from the Whitley to the Downtown area of Atlanta. However, there are plenty of things to keep you on-site. There’s the hotel spa – which takes up an entire floor of the hotel and offers treatments like the Southern Belle Facial – along with the restaurant, where the menu showcases Southern dishes like fried green tomatoes and braised short ribs. And finally, there are the suites – where one even comes with a Butler’s Pantry and a grand piano.

3. Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, for delectable cuisine

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Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta mezzanine lounge area with large windows
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You can hand your car over to the valet and simply leave it in the parking lot when you stay at this hotel. It’s right in the heart of Midtown, so you can walk to sights like the High Museum of Art in less than 10 minutes. Days here start with breakfasts made with ingredients from the hotel’s terrace garden and end in Bar Margot – where you can sip cocktails like the Lady Victoria, made with vodka, lemon and rosemary.

5. InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta, an IHG Hotel, for a tipple of bourbon

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InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta, an IHG Hotel with its bar area featuring black and white photos and leather seats
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You can keep your car in a secure underground parking deck when you stay at this InterContinental. When you’re ready to be out and about, you can drive from here to Downtown Atlanta in less than 15 minutes. When you’re not exploring, the hotel offers a spa with treatments like lavender mud wraps. The Bourbon Bar is not to be missed, either – the menu features more than 70 different American bourbons and a long list of bourbon-based cocktails.

6. Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead, for a world-class spa

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Indoor pool of the Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead with loungers and marble columns
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This Atlanta hotel with parking is just a 15-minute drive from the Downtown area of the city. There are plenty of ways to relax here when you’re not exploring – sit down to afternoon tea, take a dip in the pool, sip a classic cocktail at the dark wood bar or book a slot in the spa. It takes over three whole floors of the hotel and is home to a selection of vitality pools and steam rooms.

7. The St Regis Atlanta, for a palatial offering

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The St Regis Atlanta with its grand lobby featuring numerous chandeliers
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Opt for the valet option at this palatial-looking Atlanta hotel with parking and you’ll hand over your keys in the turning circle against a backdrop of marble columns and water features. The grandeur continues inside the hotel, where there are chandeliers, artworks and antiques aplenty. Facilities, meanwhile, include a luxury spa, a wine room and the refined St Regis cocktail bar. Don’t miss the West Paces Mary – the hotel’s own take on the Bloody Mary with a pickled green tomato garnish.

8. Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead, for a taste of zen

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Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead with its dining room overlooking an Asian-style pond
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The rooms at this Atlanta hotel with parking look out over either Stone Mountain, the skyline of Downtown – a 20-minute drive away – or the hotel’s private zen garden with its 9m (30ft) waterfall. You can also see the latter through the French doors of the Cassis restaurant – where an a la carte breakfast is available daily. For meals later in the day, meanwhile, there’s the Onyx bar and restaurant that serves American food and its own brand of craft beer.

9. W Atlanta Downtown, for a rooftop pool dip at sunset

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W Atlanta Downtowns rooftop pool overlooking the city at night
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The room types at this Atlanta hotel with parking have names like Fabulous, Wonderful and Wow – the Cool Corners are some of the top room options here, though. Featuring wrap-around floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over the landmarks of the Downtown area just outside, they provide a rather memorable stay. Other highlights include a rooftop pool with in-water loungers and the Living Room cocktail bar – with its forest-themed decor and 6m (20ft) waterfall.
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