The name John Portman is synonymous with the symmetrical design of downtown Atlanta’s Peachtree Center: the architect and Atlanta native is responsible for several buildings that stand above Underground and became part of the convention and tourism epicenter in the ’70s. The Hyatt Regency, which was the first atrium hotel Portman designed, still gives an inspiring view to visitors and residents of Atlanta alike, whether looking up from the lobby, down at from the 24th floor, or out from Polaris, the blue-domed, spaceship-esque rotating restaurant that slowly spins atop the 22nd floor and still ranks high among Atlanta’s elite dining establishments.
|Venue name:||Hyatt Regency Atlanta|
265 Peachtree St NE
|Cross street:||between Baker St and John Portman Blvd|