Loews Atlanta Hotel

Atlanta is not stuck in its history and this hotel proves it.

By Hope S. Philbrick

The first new-construction hotel for Loews Hotels in more than five years and the brand’s first property in Georgia, Loews Atlanta Hotel opened on April 1, 2010. Each of the 414 guestrooms and 44 suites boast floor to ceiling windows, luxurious spa-like bathrooms and state-of-the-art technology. Walk in, glance around and odds are you’ll sigh in appreciation. The crisp contemporary design never compromises function for beauty (and vice versa). Whether you opt to soak in the tub then wrap yourself in a plush robe or head down to Bar Eleven and listen to live music, you’ll get reinvigorated in high style.


Loews Atlanta Hotel
1065 Peachtree St.
Atlanta, GA 30309

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi is available in all of the common areas. In-room access costs $12.95 for 24-hours; however, the fee is waived for YouFirst members (a complimentary customer loyalty program that offers several benefits).
  • Deep bathtubs are available in all rooms. There is no on-site pool.
  • Complimentary in-room coffee maker and supplies.
  • The menu at Eleven, the on-site restaurant, features contemporary Southern dishes.
  • Parking is $30 per day for valet or $20 per day for self-parking in the on-site garage. Plug-ins for electric cars are available.
  • There is no airport shuttle service; however, MARTA trains run from the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to Midtown. But if you prefer terminal to door transport, hire a cab.
  • Children are permitted, but this hotel is more popular with business travelers than families.
  • Rates from $129 per night on weekends and $249 per weeknight.

Loews Atlanta Hotel ExteriorLoews Bar eleven by Lauren Rubinstein

-Photo Credits: Entrance © HSP Media LLC; exterior courtesy Loews Atlanta Hotel; Bar Eleven by Lauren Rubinstein

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