Furry friends stay for free and are spoiled with in-room amenities
American cuisine made with ingredients grown on-site at Park 75
Discounted treatments and a glass of prosecco during the spa’s happy hour from 5 to 8 pm, Monday through Thursday
What To Know
Valet parking is available for an overnight fee
Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult at the pool
In-room WiFi is available for a fee
Parking on site
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Sophisticated stay with a splurge-worthy spa and a garden-sourced restaurant in buzzing Midtown
Clean lines, dark hardwood accents and toffee-colored marble floors in the grand lobby’s columned atrium announce the modern elegance of the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta. The 244 rooms have a luxe comfortable vibe with plush carpets, leather button-back headboards and marble-trimmed soaking tubs. Take a lap in the 62-foot indoor saline pool, or indulge in an aromatherapy massage in one of ten treatment rooms at the adjacent spa. Chef Robert Gerstenecker goes seriously locavore at Park 75 restaurant, sourcing produce for his modern American fare right upstairs in the terrace garden. The seasonal cocktails and housemade charcuterie at the third-floor lounge and terrace make a great aperitif to exploring downtown Atlanta.
In the Area
With a prime address in Atlanta’s second-largest business district, Midtown, the hotel is just a quick cab or MARTA ride away from designer boutiques and authentic Southern cuisine. For a taste of something purely Atlantan, head to The Colonnade, an old school joint serving up stiff cocktails and crispy fried chicken (leave room for a slice of apple pie). For nouveau Southern, try Restaurant Eugene’s grouper tartare with crisp oysters and one of mixologist Greg Best’s inventive cocktails infused with homemade tinctures and bitters. Then take a walk through the leafy Piedmont Park Conservancy, an urban swath of poplar- and hickory-shaded paths. Look out for whale sharks and manta rays at the Georgia Aquarium, one of the world’s largest, or meander the expansive collection 19th- and 20th-century American and European art in architect Renzo Piano’s recently expanded High Museum. Need some retail therapy? Hop MARTA for a 30-ride to Buckhead, Atlanta’s most affluent suburban neighborhood and shopping mecca.