Twelve Atlantic Station’s accommodations are more like modern apartments than hotel rooms. With only suites available, each ranges from 700 to 1,200 square feet—and 10-foot ceilings make them feel even bigger. Whether you opt for one or two bedrooms, you’ll have a full kitchen, a dining area, and a living room at your disposal. Tired of eating out all the time? Pick up groceries and cook a meal using your suite’s modern stainless-steel appliances. Then settle in on the couch for some quality satellite television time. In the morning you can even stop by the lobby’s Starbucks for your caffeine fix. Not a bad daily routine when you’re a long way from home.
When it’s warm out, guests can take a dip in the seasonal rooftop pool. Swimming laps is even more enticing when you have the chance to glimpse skyline views from the water. Once you’re ready to explore Atlanta, stop by the full-service, 24-hour concierge desk for tips on how to get the most out of your visit.
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Named for the surrounding area, Twelve Atlantic Station is a short walk to the outdoor mall Atlantic Station and an IMAX theater. Just outside the neighborhood, you can attend a concert of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Stroll south to check out the Georgia Institute of Technology’s campus or maybe even attend a Yellow Jackets football game at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Refuel nearby with a hearty, ingredient-driven meal at The Spence, opened by Top Chef All-Stars winner Richard Blais. The menu changes daily, but don’t miss the “Juicy Lucy” burger with thrice-cooked fries. Or, make your way to Octane Coffee in the evening and choose between a cappuccino and a cocktail.
Need to Know
Rooms: 101 suites. From $189. Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon. Dining options:Recognized as the best hotel dining by Atlanta magazine, Lobby at Twelve features a menu of modern American brasserie fare. Try the Lobby burger with smoked Gouda, the housemade fettuccine with spinach and wild mushrooms, or the duck confit flatbread. Come for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or weekend brunch. Cellar at Lobby is available for private dining parties. Spa and gym details: While there’s no spa, guests can access the large 24-hour fitness center.
Who's it for: Business travelers who want all the comforts of home; families wanting more space; high-end travelers who enjoy cooking while they’re away. Our favorite rooms: The deluxe one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites are extra spacious and have balconies that overlook downtown, Midtown, Atlantic Station, or the pool. If you have a preference, request a room with the view you’d like. In-room tech: Use the in-room desktop computer to try out the Guest Hotel Operating System Terminal application (or GHOST for short). You can order room service, request housekeeping, and check out in just a few quick clicks—no calls required.