What is the design style of Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta?

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The Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta first opened in 2008 and features a very contemporary look with Asian touches. The exterior of the 42-story high-rise is primarily made of concrete and is modern in design, with lush landscaping and a private courtyard called the English Garden to compliment its look. The interior public spaces of the hotel are sleek, chic with black-and-white marble floors, detailed woodwork, a dramatic curving staircase, bespoke furnishings, trey ceilings, contemporary lighting accents, and large-scale contemporary artwork. Asian artwork and bamboo plants pay homage to the hotel brand’s roots.

Guest rooms at Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta are contemporary in style with a soothing cream and white palette. They feature comfortable Beautyrest mattresses, marble bathrooms, large windows with spectacular views of Buckhead, comfortable mohair sofa chairs, large desks and modern art installations.

The Café and Bar offers contemporary décor and features dark wood walls and stark white leather dining chairs. The space is flooded with light and offers views of Buckhead and the hotel’s English Garden.

The spa encompasses the entire third floor of the building and is contemporary in look, with Asian touches. The luxurious interior is decorated with a soothing palette of white, cream and soft blue tones throughout. Chandeliers hang throughout the spa and warm natural-filtered light from the windows add warmth to the space. Marble floors, multi-colored abstract paintings, contemporary style furniture and bamboo plants add to the sense of luxury throughout the spa, as well.

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