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Most popular areas in Atlanta for 5-star hotels

Big and bustling Atlanta is home to plenty of luxury lodgings. Get your fix of Louis Vuitton and Prada in the well-to-do area of Buckhead in northern Atlanta, and be sure to bed down like a real jet-setter in the big-name chain hotels that bolster the area with Eastern-style spas and huge pools. Go for the 5-star opulence located between the shimmering skyscrapers of Midtown, or opt for the palatial suites of Downtown, offering limo connections all over the Peachtree Center.

Top 5-star hotels in Atlanta

Smack bang in the middle of Midtown, and offering fully-fledged spa facilities and oodles of mouthwatering salted meats straight from the Deep South kitchen, the Loews Hotel balances culinary prowess with business comforts. And on the northern side of town, the acclaimed Mandarin Oriental sits on the edge of the Lenox Mall, encompassed by verdant chestnut-peppered gardens, imbued with a huge pool, and home to in-house yoga trainers. The InterContinental Buckhead is nearby, too, complete with its conference center and outdoor pool areas, all wrapped in gorgeous turn-of-the-century interior designs.

Where to find the best restaurants in Atlanta

Why not settle with the well-heeled locals of Brookhaven in the north, where salty seafood meets the flair of all-American home cooking? The menus there are dominated by mussel broths, fresh Maine oysters, and crispy southern breads. Or you could dine in Atlanta's heart in the countless kitchens of Atlantic Station, where pizza pies mix with Tex-Mex and surf and turf. Then there's affluent Buckhead, which offers cutting-edge Japanese sushi platters next to warm and welcoming steakhouses.

The most popular things to do in Atlanta

Multicultural and eclectic Atlanta has something to please every type of traveler. A great way to start is by tracing the history of one of America's biggest brand names: Coca-Cola. The fizzy drink was first sold in the Gate City way back in 1886, and today the whole story of the global tipple is chronicled at the World of Coca-Cola. Meanwhile, the exhibits of Little Five Points lean to the more cerebral side of things, with the Fernbank Museum displaying some of the biggest dinosaur bones on the planet. More of the past awaits at the legendary birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr, in Sweet Auburn, while raucous crowds will be roaring on the Braves at Turner Field – going for a bout of baseball is a great way to get in with the local vibes.

Best ways to get around Atlanta

For explorations between Downtown and Midtown, where many of the major sights are, walking is a great option. However, taxis also operate in the area, and – like most parts of Atlanta – it is well-suited to those driving a private rental car. Uber on-demand rides are also available right throughout the Gate City, while trips on the MARTA network of buses and rail are done using a contactless Breeze Card, which can be purchased at all major stations.

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