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The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead has 510 rooms and 52 suites, more suites than any other hotel in the upscale neighborhood.
Standard guest rooms, about 360 square feet, are called deluxe guest rooms. The “Azalea”-schemed spaces feature either one king-size bed or two double beds, furnished in sunny golds, warm sages and soft corals and beiges that contrast with the mahogany entryway. Goose down bedding and 400-thread count linens equip the lofty, maple-finished beds. The marble bathroom is decked out with luxury amenities, including a lighted make-up mirror.
Club level rooms and suites at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel vary from 360 deluxe rooms to the 1,440-square-foot Presidential suite. In addition to spa level deluxe guest rooms and suites, the luxury Atlanta hotel offers the executive suite at 720 square feet, the Buckhead Suite at 1,080 square feet, the Presidential Suite and the largest suite, The Ritz-Carlton Suite, at 1,800 square feet. All the suites feature dining and living areas, in addition to the connecting guest room, with the exception of the Executive Suite, which has no dining area.