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Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta - Buckhead - Atlanta - Building
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Hyatt House Atlanta Cobb Galleria - Atlanta - Building
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Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead
8.9 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
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Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
9.1 Wonderful
Free Wi-Fi
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W Atlanta Downtown
7.8 Good
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Aloft Atlanta Downtown
7.3 Good
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The 10 best hotels in Atlanta

Discover the top hotels in Atlanta handpicked by local expert Nicole Letts.
Nicole Letts
December 6, 2023

When seeking the best hotels in Atlanta, there is a diverse range of options fit for any traveler. Whether you’re looking to rest your head in a marble-filled historic landmark or a posh modern setting, there are plenty of unique hotels in Atlanta. Atlanta is a city known for being home to the world’s busiest airport; not to mention, it has quickly become the Hollywood of the South. You can brush shoulders with everyday business travelers as often as A-list celebrities. As a result, there is a range of hotels featuring experiences such as luxury amenities and sweeping skyline views. Many of Atlanta’s best restaurants are near these accommodations, too. A few of the city’s most prized eateries are found within the hotels themselves. Upscale dining and retreat-like rooms are a winning combination. No matter if you’re traveling solo or with your family, these are a few of the top-rated hotels in Atlanta.


Epicurean Atlanta, Autograph Collection


1117 West Peachtree Street



Atlanta has a rich culinary scene. Michelin recently announced that it is bringing its star-studded guides to the city. For those seeking a hotel that showcases Atlanta as a food-centric destination, look no further than Epicurean Hotel Atlanta.
Located in the bustling Midtown neighborhood, the Epicurean features three on-site restaurants and a smattering of culinary activities such as cooking demonstrations, cocktail classes, and wine tastings. A zero-edge entry rooftop pool and a top-of-the-line fitness center make the hotel a place you never want to leave.
Combine those offerings with in-room details such as butcher-block counters and artisan snack and beverage pantries, and the hotel is a delicious home away from home for any traveler. Choose from one of 178 guest rooms including 22 suites.


Wylie Hotel Atlanta, Tapestry Collection by Hilton


551 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast



The Wylie Hotel boasts a fascinating history. Originally built as the Garner-Wallace Hotel in 1929, it later became the 551 Ponce de Leon Hotel before eventually being transformed into Ponce Student Suites. In the 1950s, it was best known for being home to Mrs. P’s Tea Room, Atlanta’s first openly LGBTQ-friendly bar.
The building eventually fell into disrepair but has recently been revitalized and reborn as the Wylie. The reinstated hotel retains its legacy as a welcoming spot for any traveler. There are 111 rooms, each uniquely decorated – no two are alike.
Common spaces include an outdoor terrace and sunroom, as well as an on-site restaurant, aptly named Mrs. P’s Bar & Kitchen, in honor of the original tearoom and the building’s charming history. The hotel is conveniently located near Ponce City Market, Atlanta’s equivalent of Chelsea Market complete with expansive retail spaces and a food hall.


Nobu Hotel Atlanta


3520 Peachtree Road Northeast



Among the many fancy hotels in Atlanta, pure luxury awaits at Nobu Hotel Atlanta. Found in the heart of Buckhead, one of Atlanta’s most upscale neighborhoods, Nobu offers sophistication married with contemporary elegance. There are 152 guest rooms including 27 suites.
Each room features neutral-tone furnishings for a serene stay and is appointed with Nobu’s signature beds and Natura Bisse amenities. For those seeking the ultimate in opulence, opt for the 2,200 square-foot villa, the hotel’s grandest suite featuring direct access to the rooftop saltwater pool along with a grand piano.
Guests of the hotel can also enjoy the 24-hour fitness center. Three bars and restaurants round out Nobu Atlanta. There’s Nobu, the hotel’s eponymous high-end sushi restaurant, the Bar and Lounge, a spot to sip signature cocktails, and the Rooftop Bar, which showcases craft beverages amid Buckhead’s showstopping skyline.


Hotel Clermont


789 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast



Stepping into Hotel Clermont feels like a journey back in time. Whether it’s the welcoming marquee above the front doors or the retro, Palm-Beach-chic decor complete with banana leaf motifs in the lobby, you’re instantly transported. Be sure to squeeze in a trip down while you’re in town.
The rooms range from traditional kings and queens to ones with bunk beds, perfect for minimalist travelers or an ideal option for a family getaway. Without ever leaving the property, you can enjoy the hotel’s rooftop bar, in-house café, and terrace-level French brasserie, Tiny Lou’s.
There is plenty to do at this property, but if you wish to explore further, a short walk down Ponce de Leon Avenue will lead you to plentiful shopping and an array of restaurants at Ponce City Market.


Thompson Atlanta - Buckhead


415 East Paces Ferry Road