Hip Rental Apartments in Atlanta You'll Want to Call Home

Sonder – Baltimore Place boasts multiple views of the Atlanta skyline
Sonder – Baltimore Place boasts multiple views of the Atlanta skyline | Courtesy of Sonder – Baltimore Place / Expedia
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Atlanta has firmly established itself as a modern city of entertainment and bustling culture. The state capital of Georgia, with three downtowns, is a buzzing place to eat, drink and explore places like the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site. Rather than stay in hotels, some prefer the comfort of apartments to have the amenities and space they would normally expect from home. We’ve selected some of our favorite holiday apartments for you to choose from on a trip to the Peach State.

1. BCA Furnished Apartments


BCA Furnished Apartments, Atlanta
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Only one block from Atlanta Peachtree station, BCA Furnished Apartments offer modern rooms away from the noise of the city, with views straight down onto a communal pool. Well maintained spaces, which include televisions in both the lounge and the bedroom, bring home the extra comforts expected on an extended stay. There are great en-suite bathrooms and walk-in closet space to boot.

2. Iris Monroe Awesome Atlanta Apartment


Iris Monroe Awesome Atlanta Apartment, Atlanta
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A clean contemporary home from home, only ten minutes’ drive to downtown, but in a neighborhood that offers great access to entertainment, restaurants and famous Ponce City Market. It is a short walk to the powerful Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park, which remains an important site in Atlanta. If you ever wish to stay home there is also HDTV with cable and Netflix to enjoy in peace.

3. Stylish Violet Iris


Stylish Violet Iris, Atlanta
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Down in the Old Fourth Ward, this fashionably decorated and well-lit space accommodates more people than you would imagine when you step through the door. Containing three bedrooms and two bathrooms, it’s only ten minutes’ walk to Atlanta’s Central Park, an outdoor space that really comes alive in spring, with yoga and music festivals bringing the city together as a community.

4. Edison Loft


Edison Loft, Atlanta
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For those in search of ultra-modern lines and a hip atmosphere, in the shadow of Ponce City Market (one of the most stylish communities in Atlanta), Edison Loft offers calm luxury with views through floor to ceiling windows. Plush rugs, leather sofas and clean sharp surfaces all emphasize the energy of this vacation apartment in a historic building that still manages to exude warmth through its brick and concrete.

5. Sears Loft


Sears Loft, Atlanta
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Also found within the Ponce City Market complex, Sears Loft is a one-bedroom apartment that talks in a language of leather, velvet and glass. The retractable windows bathe the apartment with fresh energy and light in spring and summer. Ideal for a couple wishing to stay in the hippest part of town.

6. Jade Loft


Jade Loft, Atlanta
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For those who are fans of abstract art, unique modern furnishings and the plush, well-maintained open spaces of inner city loft living, then Jade Loft is a great choice, especially with its sweeping views across the city. The sights from your bed, out of huge windows, make sure you start the day with a sense of purpose. A centrally located building offering ideal access to the city.

7. Onyx Studio


Onyx Studio, Atlanta
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Luxury studio space can still come up big, with 625 square feet (58sqm) of shiny Onyx Studio apartment. Also found within the old Sears Roebuck & Co. headquarters, for guests in search of that famous exposed brickwork, their own coffee machine and fantastic views. A bustling neighborhood awaits you below to sample the new sophisticated world that Atlanta has to offer.

8. Heavenly Haven


Heavenly Haven, Atlanta
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Heavenly Haven provides the elegance that guests expect at this level – a combination of modernity and coziness. A trip to Atlanta’s most vibrant area means you can settle down among striking fashion normally seen on magazine covers. There are 725 square feet (67sqm) to enjoy in this Ponce City Market complex, which is equipped with eye-catching furnishings to put you in the mood for a good time.

9. Sonder – Baltimore Place


Sonder - Baltimore Place, Atlanta
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Located north of downtown and not far from the Centennial Olympic Park and Atlanta Botanical Garden, the Sonder apartments offer bright accommodations with 24/7 support. The fitness center and rooftop patio allow you to maintain an active lifestyle without ever having to leave the complex. Baltimore Place is at the heart of the street art and music scenes that are helping to develop Atlanta as a burgeoning American destination.

10. Cozy Designer Duplex


Cozy Designer Duplex, Atlanta
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Cabbagetown is an arty neighborhood near the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site. The Cozy Designer Duplex invites you to live like a local for a short time from this apartment that has some serious history; built in the 1890s it is part of the story of Atlanta itself. With two bedrooms it can comfortably accommodate up to four guests with some nice added touches like a record player and private deck for guests to relax on.

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