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The Ellis Hotel

Proof that history can be respected even when it’s extensively renovated, this building that once housed the 1913 landmark Winecoff Hotel is now boutique chic. By Hope S. Philbrick Located smack in the heart of downtown, The Ellis Hotel provides what you need plus plenty of...

W Atlanta Downtown

There are four W Hotels in Atlanta—more than any other city except New York City—all of which convey the signature ‘wow.' But only the downtown location was built from scratch. By Hope S. Philbrick Opened in 2009, W Atlanta Downtown mixes sophisticated business with cozy pleasure...

The Artmore Hotel

The Artmore Hotel doesn’t fall into a keep-up-with-the-Joneses trap: It asserts its individuality. By Hope S. Philbrick The exterior of the 1924-era building is Spanish Mediterranean while the refurbished interior boasts a unique mix of warm browns and vibrant reds, leather and metal accents and a...

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...

Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Stone Mountain

Quality lodging with a friendly Southern twist defines this homey hotel. By Hope S. Philbrick Hate hotel chains? Let this one win you over. It's the perfect blend of what's best about the mid-upscale big national chains--namely, consistent quality and affordability—with what's great about independents—such as...

Coastal Georgia: Sleep Easy

Choose among a wide variety of accommodations along the 100-mile Georgia Coast, from rustic to luxurious, city-central to remote. By Hope S. Philbrick From the state’s oldest city to its secluded islands, the Georgia Coast offers a diverse range of tourism experiences: historic sites to outdoor...

Coastal Georgia: Eat Well

Belly Up to the Lowcountry Table By Hope S. Philbrick To say that food is important to Southern culture would be like pointing out that fish enjoy water. Down here, even while we’re eating we’re usually planning the next meal. In Georgia, as is true across the...

Coastal Georgia: Play Hard

100 Miles of Spectacular Fun By Hope S. Philbrick If the word 'coast' brings to mind only the image of blue waves tumbling onto white sand, a visit to the Georgia Coast will expand your understanding. While the Atlantic Ocean does hit sandy beaches at several...

Atlanta Insider’s Guide: Hotels

By Hope S. Philbrick When visiting Atlanta, numerous overnight accommodation options are available—even if you’re not lucky enough to have a favorite aunt in town with whom you can stay. According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, only three cities in the United States boast more...