The official capital of the state of Georgia and the unofficial capital of the south, Atlanta has a great deal to offer. It has an immortal place in the history books, playing an important role in the Civil War and later becoming the epicenter of the Civil Rights Movement – yet there is far more to see and do than just historical activities in this vibrant metropolis. To help you navigate the many charming hotels with suites in Atlanta, Georgia, we’ve highlighted a few of our favorites – bookable on Culture Trip.
The Whitley has five different suite types and 56 suites in total. For a self-indulgent vacation with no expense spared, the 1,800sqft (167sqm) Whitley Suite treats its residents to all-encompassing views of Atlanta and Buckhead. The Executive Suite is more popular with business travelers who can restore their strength in a graceful setting – complete with marble vanities and their own living room.
Many people come to Atlanta for the south’s exceptional attractions, including the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the State Farm Arena and the Downtown Centennial Park District. Accessing all of these popular sites could not be easier from Glenn Hotel – an intimate boutique hotel in central downtown. It offers both the Dream Suite, a convenient set of rooms with a working area and ergonomic desk chair and the Penthouse Suite – a luxury option with a dining table large enough for eight people and a soaking tub for two.
This effortlessly stylish hotel occupies an advantageous position on Ponce de Leon Avenue in the center of Atlanta. Guests can choose between the spacious Ruby suite and the even larger Flossie Suite. They’re equally spoiled for dining options as there is an intimate cafe in the lobby for quick bites and a French-American brasserie serving local and seasonal ingredients on-site.
An iconic Midtown building in the Beaux-Arts architectural style, the Georgian Terrace Hotel has dominated the area since 1911. Within its grand walls are a range of facilities, including a world-class conference center, classic ballrooms and an imposing boardroom. For guests boarding here, there are six Penthouse Suites and a seventh Suite 821 – which has an added bonus of offering a discount on two-night stays or longer.
Atlanta’s rapid development owes its success to the railway lines that converged in the once small town. Now, the area of old stockyards and railway just north of the city center has transformed into an up-and-coming district. But, like the railways before it, the Bellyard Hotel marks a confluence of people, things and ideas. Travelers and visitors can settle into the studio Junior Suite – or the slightly more upmarket Bellyard Suite, from which they can easily access the city’s thriving bars, restaurants and shops.
Loews Atlanta has four different types of suites with 44 sets of suites in total. Located in Midtown, it is within easy walking distance of Piedmont Park, the Beltline, Fox Theatre, the High Museum and other major attractions. The hotel has also won awards for its Exhale Spa – offering fitness classes, signature treatments and if you fancy a challenge, total-body sweat sessions.
In the most historic neighborhood of Atlanta – the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr – Wylie Hotel is a modern boutique hotel with strong connections to its influential past. The rooms and suites are pet-friendly – an unusual perk for an urban hotel. The King Suite treats its guests to a king-sized bed, separate living area and a well-stocked pantry.
This modern hotel is found in Buckhead, a tree-lined neighborhood famous for its upscale malls and trendy art galleries. Unlike many city hotels, the Westin Buckhead Atlanta boasts an indoor pool and a large, fully-equipped fitness center. Stay in the Executive Suite for a bright and airy set of rooms – including a large sitting area that can seat up to nine.
Hotel Colee is an unabashed celebration of light, color and everything extravagant in the vibrant neighborhood of Buckhead. The hotel is unusual for its rooftop infinity pool – the ideal place to catch some of the Georgian sunshine. Two suites – the Grand Suite and Grandest Suite – provide a large living space to entertain, relax and unwind.
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