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Business travelers staying at The St. Regis Atlanta enjoy the peace, quiet and prestige of staying in the Buckhead neighborhood, a mere half-mile from Atlanta’s Financial Center, but not as crowded. Business travelers will find a business center on the fifth floor with computers and printing services, though many guests prefer to ask the concierge or their butler for assistance. Wired Internet and Wi-Fi are available in the rooms for $12.95 a day, and there is a complimentary shoeshine so you’re sure to look your best before you depart.
If you’re staying in a suite at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Atlanta hotel, you’ll have a personal butler on hand to help you unpack and pack, leaving you more time to get ready for your meeting or enjoy the city. And if you’ve forgotten a shirt, tie or belt, don’t worry — you can call the concierge and they’ll call the mall, order it for you and send someone to pick it up.
If you need to hold a corporate meeting while staying at the luxury hotel, the John Jacob Astor boardroom has a custom-built conference table, 18 executive chairs, audio-video capability and a flat-screen display for giving presentations. Three additional breakout meeting rooms are also located on the fifth floor. And of course, one huge perk for business travelers is that this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel offers all the dining experiences you could possibly need, from Astor Court to the stately The St. Regis Bar to Chops, a popular Atlanta steakhouse located right outside The St. Regis Atlanta.