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Atlanta Luxury Hotels
Best areas in Atlanta for luxury hotelsFrom soaring high-rises above Centennial Park to boutique Georgian lodges on the wooded fringes of the city, Atlanta has oodles in the way of luxury hotels. Check out the sheer opulence of the sparkling accommodations in Midtown, for example - it's a place where pools hide on the rooftops and fitness centers enjoy panoramas of the city. Then there's Midtown to the north, where the smiling doormen give way to exquisite lobbies of marble and Art Deco sculpture. Then there’s Buckhead, where the mansions of Atlanta's elite are mixed with gorgeous resorts aplenty.
Top luxury hotels in AtlantaThe Loews Hotel on Atlanta's happening Peachtree Street is a real lesson in all things luxurious. Smoked European hams beckon from the bespoke charcuterie restaurant below, while the acclaimed Exhale spa entices with a menu of Zen-inspired yoga and massage sessions. Then comes the iconic Sheraton name, with that beautifully-done hotel on Courtland Street, complete with al fresco pools and Hacienda-style terraces. Meanwhile, Westin Peachtree offers grand lobbies and champagne-bars, high-perched swimming pools, and a dedicated gym.
Where to find the best fine dining in AtlantaAtlanta has no shortage of haute cuisine. Just look to the boutique eateries in Buckhead, all of which come packed with enough succulent Wagyu beef cuts and New England lobsters to create some truly taste-bud-tinging southern surf and turf. Or, you could head to Little Five Points. In this homier neighborhood on the east side, there are family-owned kitchens with hearty Georgian plates of seafood, all next to Indian tandoors and other ethnic restaurants. Then there's the richness of Midtown, complete with its chichi cocktail bars and European-style cafés.
The most unique things to do in AtlantaAtlanta is no stranger to entertaining A-listers and travelers with discerning taste – this is a world city and regional economic hub for bankers and business folk, after all. To unwind, you could opt for a visit to the spa facilities of Buckhead. Used to treating jet setters, the practitioners here have exotic treatments that will transport you to the beaches of Goa, or the mystical lands of the Far East. After that, you could hit the wine shops of Poncey-Highland and Little Five Points for some tasting sessions, to sample the finest of American reds and whites newly flown in from California and the vineyards of the West. And for the real high-fliers, there are helicopter rides available around the winding courses of the Chattahoochee River, out to the bulbous heights of Stone Mountain, or above the mirror-like waters of Lake Lanier.
Best ways to get around AtlantaAtlanta is an eminently drivable city, with large boulevards and wide lanes feeding through the entire metropolis, all the way from the outskirts and the airport, to Downtown and Midtown. That means you can rent a chauffeured car or a private hire and expect to be able to check off all the major sights and attractions with ease. Or, you can opt to flit around the city in taxis, which are available in abundance in most areas. Uber also operates in Atlanta.
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