Loews Atlanta Hotel

A sleek Midtown Atlanta skyscraper
Set in the midst of Midtown, Atlanta's trendiest enclave, Loews Atlanta Hotel fits right into the neighborhood, offering a spacious, contemporary and welcoming stay. It starts in the bright and airy lobby, which has a mix of comfortable couches and sleek armchairs for relaxing, and continues in the amply-sized rooms, which feature work from local artists — a touch from interior designer Karen Daroff of Karen Daroff Design — and views of the city from the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Our Inspector's Highlights
• The Midtown hotel goes beyond aestheitcs and caters to your every need. Want to bring your dog on vacation with you? No problem. Loews Atlanta has a room service menu just for pets.

• The hotel’s Exhale spa beckons with services such as a deep-tissue massage or reflexology.

• With 414 rooms (44 of which are suites), it’s safe to say that Loews Atlanta Hotel has just the right type of guest room to fit your needs. If you’re booking a superior or deluxe room, you’ll have your choice of two double beds or a king bed. If you’re opting out of a suite for your stay, we recommend you request a grand king room; with wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows occupying one full corner of the room, you’ll feel like the entire city is at the palm of your hands.

• The hotel offers five levels of suites: grand, grand luxury, business, vice presidential and presidential. In addition to Loews’ signature world-class service, these suites offer extra space for entertaining and hosting your family, friends and business associates, plus upgraded features like a 50-inch flatscreen TV in the vice presidential and presidential suites, and a fax machine and copier in the Business suite.
Things to Know
• Loews Atlanta Hotel is located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta on Peachtree Street, an urban neighborhood that grants guests access to numerous attractions within a walkable area.

• Leave the rental car in its parking spot during your stay; you won’t need it, since you’ll be so close to popular attractions like the Woodruff Arts Center, the High Museum of Art, Piedmont Park and more than 60 locally-owned, fine-dining restaurants you won’t find in other cities.

• If you’re on a business trip, use the meeting spaces on the 14th floor — there’s even an express private elevator you can take to access that area.

• A state-of-the-art gym has touchscreen Star Trac treadmills and elliptical machines. The facility also offers a range of classes including core fusion yoga, bootcamp and barre basic.

• All of the artwork you see around the property has been commissioned from local artists like Anthony Liggins.
The Rooms
• Regardless of which guest room you select, you can count on plush linens, a large, sturdy desk and modern luxuries like a Keurig coffee machine and a 15-inch flat-screen TV in your bathroom.

• Upon entering, guests will notice a foyer area with console table. They’ll also find at least one couch with a full-size pullout sleeper and contemporary furnishings throughout.

• Little touches like outlets located above (and not behind) bedroom nightstands make it easy to plug-in cell phones or laptops. Should you want to leave the room and lock your valuables away, the safe in the closet allows you to do that as well as charge your phones thanks to the outlet inside the safe.

• Floor-to-ceiling windows, 37-inch flat-screen televisions, comfortable Sealy mattresses with padded headboards and more can be found inside the property’s guest rooms.

• Depending on where your guest room is within Loews Atlanta Hotel, you might be able to observe the metropolitan Southern city right from your room; the higher the floor, the better the views of Midtown, Downtown and Buckhead, three neighborhoods that are known for their culinary and cultural offerings.
The Restaurants
• While the neighborhood is teeming with restaurants that you'll want to explore, start at the hotel's own Saltwood.

• Here, you’ll sample housemade charcuterie and rustic small plates. It’s classic Southern comfort food—think deviled eggs, corn soup, smoked brisket, and buttermilk fried chicken.

• If you simply want a nightcap after an evening on the town, Saltwood serves wines by the glass, microbrews and handcrafted cocktails.

• Saltwood is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Getting There
1065 Peachtree Street Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30309
ATL (16-24 min)  
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