Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
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Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel
Modern luxury meets old-school Southern hospitality at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta. Amenities such as the Four Seasons signature marble bathroom with a deep tub, separate shower, and L’Occitane products are coupled with sweeping views of Midtown in most rooms. With its emphasis on individualized service, the hotel also provides free overnight shoe shines and small, family-friendly touches such as child-sized robes and a mini check-in desk. Sponge letters will even be placed around a bathtub to spell out children’s names, and chocolate chip cookie delivery before bedtime ends the day on a sweet note. Fitness enthusiasts can check out a yoga package with a mat, block, and instructional DVD from the spa. During warmer months, rooftop yoga classes are available for an additional fee.

Locavores will want to dine at Park 75, where seasonal ingredients shine in contemporary dishes. From tomatoes and peppers to lemon verbena and edible flowers, much of the restaurant’s produce is pulled straight from the hotel’s terrace garden. For the full foodie experience, reserve a tasting dinner, which will be prepared based on your preferences and includes wine pairings.
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Neighborhood Vibe
Midtown is a bustling business district and cultural center just north of downtown Atlanta. By day go shopping along the 14-block Midtown Mile and then wander through the Museum of Design Atlanta. To escape the concrete jungle, you can visit Piedmont Park, a 185-acre urban refuge with bocce courts, playgrounds, and a seasonal green market, or the nearby Atlanta Botanical Garden, where its Southern Seasons Garden blooms year-round. By night grab a bite at the acclaimed South City Kitchen, known for its house-cured meats, and catch a performance by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Need to Know
Rooms: 226 rooms, 18 suites. From $259.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon.
Dining options:Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch, Park 75 serves American cuisine with an upscale twist. Start your morning with the Belgian waffle topped with simmered peaches and Georgia pecans. In the evening, indulge in the roasted duck breast with caramelized figs and bacon. Park 75 Lounge and Terrace pairs seasonal cocktails with brick-oven pizzas and small plates like barbecue-bourbon wings.
Spa and gym details:A 4,500-square-foot fitness facility with cardio and strength-training machines is open daily from 4 a.m. to 11 p.m. Guests can also access an indoor lap pool with a hot tub and sundeck. The Spa at Four Seasons Atlanta Hotel offers an extensive treatment list with such locally inspired options as the signature peach manicure-pedicure, which includes a Bellini, and the Midtown Massage, which uses Atlanta-made lavender-rosemary products.
Insider Tips
Who's it for: Foodie couples, families with young children who want a weekend getaway, and business travelers who work in Midtown.
Our favorite rooms: Located on the eighth to 16th floors, the Premier City-View Rooms feature large picture windows that look out to Stone Mountain and downtown Atlanta. For more space, reserve one of the 19th-floor Corner Suites, each of which has a living room and two full bathrooms.
Gourmand's delight: Order the off-menu Rare Cuts at Park 75, and you’ll receive the daily special. No matter the cut, it’s sure to be a generous portion—think tomahawk steak or leg of lamb—that can be easily shared. If you still have room, finish with the decadent chocolate bomb, a hollow chocolate ball that’s melted with hot caramel tableside to reveal a vanilla sundae beneath.
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