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The Top Suites of Atlanta’s Best Hotels

There’s no shortage of things to do in Atlanta, from cultural to history, sporting and culinary. There’s also no shortage of luxury hotel brands, including Four Seasons, Waldorf Astoria, St. Regis, Luxury Collection, and more.

With suites that include a billiard table and grand piano, the party doesn’t have to stop when you return to your hotel. 

The top suites of Atlanta’s best hotels are the subject of this week’s issue.

1. St. Regis Atlanta
2. Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
3. The Whitley, a Luxury Collection Hotel
4. InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta
5. Ritz-Carlton Atlanta
6. Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead
7. Loews Atlanta Hotel

1. The St. Regis Atlanta

Awards:  Fodor’s Choice; Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Awards 2020; AAA/CAA Five Diamond Awards 2020

St. Regis Atlanta
Credit: St. Regis

Forbes Travel Guide inspectors say, “The St. Regis Hotel towers over Buckhead, one of the most prestigious addresses in Atlanta. Its impressive European style architecture, fine custom furnishings and décor, top-of-the-line amenities, and impeccable first-class service set a new standard for luxury in Atlanta…Guests staying in suites have access to the hotel’s signature butler services. These services include unpacking and packing so that guests can relax and not worry about organizing their luggage, and the signature service also includes garment pressing, and complimentary in-room coffee and tea service. But even beyond all of the pampering, the hotel stands out among the high-end fray for its stellar accommodations, fine dining, and world-class spa.”

Empire Suite

St. Regis Atlanta Empire Suite
Credit: St. Regis

The 3,000-sq.-ft. Empire Suite enters with a grand entry foyer with marble inlay inviting guests to peer ahead at a commanding fireplace with comfortable seating. A powder room off to the left and a fully-outfitted kitchen with a separate caterer’s entry to the right are ultimate conveniences.

Stepping further in, note floor-to-ceiling windows which draw in fresh daylight and impeccable views over Buckhead. To the right, a dining table is set for entertaining while a sliding paneled wall opens up to either a separate office or plush media room. The media room features a long cozy couch, felted walls, and an expansive TV with streaming capabilities, perfect for private viewings. 

Media Room Empire Suite St. Regis Atlanta
Credit: St. Regis

At its opposite end, the second bedroom with two queen beds. A private gym features a Peloton bike, exercise ball, free weights, a television, and Technogym equipment.

More suites at St. Regis Atlanta.

2. Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta 

Awards:  Fodor’s Choice; Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Awards 2020; AAA/CAA Five Diamond Awards 2020

Four Seasons Atlanta
Credit: Four Seasons

Forbes Travel Guide writes, “This Neoclassical tower rises over Atlanta’s Midtown, where world-class culture, flourishing businesses, and enticing stores line the streets. Well-suited for both business and leisure travelers, Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta offers its guests fine accommodations and flawless, intuitive service. The hotel occupies the first 19 floors of the 50-story high-rise, where earth tones and polished woods set a relaxed elegance in the 244 rooms and suites.”

Four Seasons Atlanta Pool
Credit: Four Seasons

It continues, “The buzzy neighborhood may beckon, but guests will find plenty to occupy themselves with inside the hotel as well. A state-of-the-art fitness center is complete with an indoor pool and sun terrace. A spa offers 10 treatment rooms and playful perks like a weekday happy hour treatment menu.”

Presidential Suite

Four Seasons Atlanta Presidential Suite Bathroom
Credit: Four Seasons

This one-bedroom 2,200 sq.ft. Presidential Suite provides panoramic views of Atlanta from its 19th-floor location.

More suites at Four Seasons Atlanta.

3. The Whitley, a Luxury Collection Hotel

Awards: AAA/CAA Four Diamond Awards 2020

Credit: Marriott

U.S. News writes, “Set amid the glitz and glamour of the Buckhead neighborhood – about 9 miles north of downtown Atlanta – The Whitley goes above and beyond the call of duty in the name of luxury…Accommodations here are bright thanks to the panoramic windows and feature various creature comforts like flat-screen TVs, 400-thread-count linens, Asprey bath products, and Wi-Fi access. While here, you’ll also have access to the on-site spa and the hotel’s fine dining establishment, Trade Root, where you can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine. Although they love the appearance of this classy hotel and the high-end facilities it houses, guests are more impressed by the customer service here: Travelers say that everyone from the concierge to the housekeeping employees was very attentive and friendly.”

Whitley Suite

Credit: Marriott

The 1,800 sq.ft. Whitley Suite offers views across Atlanta and Buckhead. It boasts a dining room with a butler’s pantry as well as an entertainment area with a grand piano and billiards table. 

More suites at The Whitley.

4. InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta

Awards:  Fodor’s Choice

U.S. News as of the InterCon, “Many who’ve stayed here say this property is a perfect balance of luxury and convenience. This InterContinental hotel also impresses with its regional cuisine, served in an inviting atmosphere in the Southern Art Restaurant. And boasting both a fitness center and spa, this hotel is determined to help you stay in shape. What’s more, previous guests say the warmth can be found throughout the hotel thanks to its welcoming staff.

Presidential Suite

InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta
Credit: InterContinental

The 1,893-sq.ft. Presidential Suite features a grand marble foyer, hardwood floors, one California King bedroom with separate living and dining room, butler’s pantry, dual-sided gas fireplace between bedroom and bathroom, two 65-inch LCD HDTVs and spacious master bath with domed ceiling, separate jetted tub and waterfall shower, and fog-free mirror TV.

More suites at InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta.

5. The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta

Awards: Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Awards 2020; AAA/CAA Four Diamond Awards 2020

Ritz-Carlton Atlanta
Credit: Ritz-Carlton

U.S. News reports, “The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta prides itself on being nothing less than luxurious. Rooms come outfitted with common amenities such as flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi access as well as extra comforts including bathrooms with rain showerheads, fully stocked honor bars, and technology butler services. There are also unbeatable views of the Atlanta skyline awaiting guests in their rooms. And because it sits just a few blocks from the World of Coca-Cola and the CNN Center, this downtown Atlanta hotel is an excellent location for sightseeing. When you’re not checking out the city’s top attractions, you can work up a sweat at the on-site fitness center or if you’re wanting something extra, take part in group classes at a nearby fitness center, for which the Ritz offers access. When it’s time to get grubbin’, the AG steakhouse specializes in Southern-style meat and seafood dishes.”

Ritz-Carlton Suite

Ritz-Carlton Suite Atlanta
Credit: Ritz-Carlton

The 990 sq.ft. Presidential Suite offers sweeping views from its 24th-floor location. There is a kitchenette with full-sized appliances, making it ideal for entertaining. A dining room seats eight.

More suites at Ritz-Carlton Atlanta.

6. Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead

Awards:  AAA/CAA Four Diamond Awards 2020

Waldorf Astoria Atlanta
Credit: Waldorf Astoria

Conde Nast Traveler writes, “Rising 42 stories over Buckhead, the Waldorf Astoria is a local landmark designed by famed architect Robert A.M. Stern. The stark limestone and cast-stone facade is softened by a formal English garden in the back courtyard. Well-heeled travelers in search of a sophisticated respite from Buckhead’s bustle come here for thoughtful touches like rooms with private balconies, an exceptional staff, a two-story spa, and contemporary art by the likes of Atlantan Claire Chambless.”

Waldorf Astoria Atlanta
Credit: Waldorf Astoria

U.S. News adds, “Whether you’re in town for work or to celebrate a special occasion, travelers say the Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead exceeds expectations…Can’t-miss amenities at this Waldorf Astoria outpost include the serene spa – which features a sauna, an indoor lap pool, and a fitness center with a yoga studio – and the American-inspired Café & Bar. When you’re ready to venture off-site, walk to the Buckhead neighborhood’s shop- and restaurant-filled Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza malls. Or, visit popular Atlanta attractions like the Atlanta History Center and the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Both sit less than 5 miles away.

Presidential Suite

Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Presidential Suite
Credit: Waldorf Astoria

The 2,340 sq.ft. Presidential Suite features a living room with fireplace, dining room seating eight, two terraces with seating overlooking Peachtree Road, and an oversize Master with king and walk-in closet.

More suites at Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead.

7. Loews Atlanta Hotel

Awards: Fodor’s Choice; AAA/CAA Four Diamond Awards 2020

Conde Nast Traveler says, “Set on Atlanta’s Midtown Mile—one of the hottest stretches of town—Loews Atlanta is a short walk from Piedmont Park and the Beltline, the Fox Theatre, and the High Museum of Art. The lobby’s soaring ceilings and granite-and-marble floors echo with the voices of museum – and theatergoers, families, and young, trendy types. Perks like an Exhale Spa, complimentary shuttle service (in a Cadillac Escalade), and restaurants serving locally sourced cuisine—not to mention a recent $13 million renovation that of the lobby, bar, guest rooms, and corridors—round out a superb stay here.”

Grand Luxury King Suites

Loews Hotel Atlanta Grand Luxury Suites
Credit: Loews

The 935 sq.ft. Grand Luxury King Suites offer a separate bedroom and living area and offer corner views across Mid-town Atlanta with floor-to-ceiling windows.

More suites at Loews Atlanta Hotel.

Doug Gollan
Doug Gollanhttp://douggollandotcom.wordpress.com
I am Editor-in-Chief of Private Jet Card Comparisons and DG Amazing Experiences, and a Contributor to Forbes.com.
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