If you're looking for somewhere special to stay on your Atlanta vacation, take a look at five of our inspector's favorite hotels that range from budget-friendly to extravagant.
1302 W. Peachtree St.
AAA Inspector 564: I love the unique architectural features and pop culture art of this hotel. Having Marilyn Monroe watching over your workout is very motivating!
Built in 1924, this trendy retro gem shines in the midtown hotel scene. A former condominium, the property offers kitchenettes and a variety of room types, including two-bedroom suites. The contemporary, stylish furnishings and color schemes compliment the classic architecture to make for a very distinctive look and feel. The lounge and courtyard are designed for socializing.
AAA Inspector 564: This historic gem is a unique treasure of a bygone era. Marble floors, modernized rooms and quirky details make this an unforgettable experience.
This Atlanta landmark is a favorite for weddings, special events and shows at the Fox Theatre. Many suites are spacious with kitchens and laundry facilities; smaller rooms are very cozy. Fun Fact: This hotel hosted the 1939 "Gone With The Wind" premiere in its grand ballroom.
AAA Inspector 564: I love the stylish luxury of this hotel and the little décor nods that refer to the navigational theme of the hotel.
This ultra modern, stylish hotel has an array of upscale amenities that cater to both the professional and leisure travelers. In addition to the patio lounge, guests can relax in poolside cabanas. Perhaps you will notice the subtle references to the hotel's name with coordinates, maps and flight numbers. For a fun bit of trivia ask about the numbers at the entrance of the hotel and those on the elevators.
AAA Inspector 564: The air of modern elegance that radiates from the lobby to the luxurious rooms, palatial baths and grand pool always leaves me wanting more.
This beautiful oasis away from the hustle of the city features a grand staircase and a crystal chandelier, which exemplifies the elegance that awaits you. Updated rooms have a modern aesthetic. Guest rooms have spacious, marble-tiled bathrooms with oversize soaking tubs and dual vanity sinks. If you can pull yourself away from the comfort of your room, explore world-class dining at Atlas or relax by the water in a poolside cabana.