The Georgian Terrace Hotel
The Georgian Terrace Hotel, 1.5 miles from Underground Atlanta, possesses a rich history. This hotel is over one hundred years old and has a previous guest list including American Presidents. In 1939, movie executives held the premier of Gone with the Wind, the movie, inside the Georgian Terrace. Today, guests find the hotel still maintaining the ambiance of its past glory with antique furniture in many rooms and public areas. A large conference center has room for 250 attendees. The business center provides printing, copying and faxing, for people needing to complete these tasks on the road. Secure guest parking has hourly, daily, overnight and monthly rates. Southern history buffs may want to visit the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum, only a 0.6-mile walk from the hotel.
This hotel exudes class. Atlanta’s elite use the ballroom for social gatherings on a regular basis. Crystal chandeliers, stationed throughout the hotel, symbolize the grandeur of the old South. White columns at the front entrance add to the regal appearance. Located in Midtown, a fast-paced, recently gentrified neighborhood, the Georgian Terrace is an anchor in city revitalization plans.
Travelers can book either a standard room or suite. In the standard category, the rooms come with full-sized bed, complimentary high-speed internet and color television. Suites are either one, two or three-bedroom, with full kitchen and private laundry facility. In all rooms, the television is either 37 or 42 inches in size. The windows are floor-to-ceiling, offering spectacular city views.
For diners, the hotel has the prestigious Livingston Restaurant. It is best to make reservations, as the restaurant is popular with locals and travelers staying at other hotels. CNN Center, 1.5 miles to the southwest, has an expansive food court with various eateries, including Dantanna’s, an upscale sports restaurant, and McCormick & Schmick's, a seafood restaurant.