The classics never go out of style, and there’s no more classic hotel in Atlanta than the Georgian Terrace, which is in the National Register of Historic Places but still manages to maintain a glamorous flair of modernity. Having hosted the official gala for Gone With the Wind (whose author Margaret Mitchell grew up just one block north), the style and charm of this early 20th-century hotel remains intact through impeccably cleaned marble flooring, a scenic rooftop pool, a penthouse-level workout center, the two-story Livingston Restaurant + Bar, and the subterranean Edgar’s Proof & Provision cocktail lounge—get daily bartender offerings like a barrel-aged mixed drink or punch concoction among arched exposed brick walls. The ability to cross the street and see a show at the Fox Theatre, or take a brisk walk eastward to Ponce City Market or any other Midtown attractions is a major bonus.
|Venue name:||The Georgian Terrace Hotel|
659 Peachtree St NE
|Cross street:||at Ponce De Leon Ave|