The Georgian Terrace Hotel is a landmark that embodies southern style and hospitality. It was built in 1911 and subsequently named the "Grand Dame".
The hotel has a rich history and is the most prestigious hotel in Atlanta, which not only included in the National Register of Historic Places, but is also known for hosting the reception on the occasion of World premiere of "Gone With the Wind" in 1939.
The elegant and functional hotel offers conference halls and a business center, fabulous rooms and cozy beds, tasty dishes and unforgettable relaxation. Historical centers and museums, various concerts and theatrical performances, zoos and amusement parks etc.
Everything is within a walking distance and if not all means of transport are available.
Year renovated: 2011.
Number of floors: 19.
Number of rooms: 326.
Elegantly and luxuriously decorated suites in The Georgian Terrace are furnished with antiques and have large bathrooms, very large windows and all amenities to make your stay unforgettable. All rooms are made like a home, with a living and dining room and kitchen with a full size washer and dryer.
Creative contemporary Southern cuisine is served in an elegant atmosphere of the original historic lobby of the Georgian Terrace. The Savoy is one of the most exciting places in Atlanta where lunches is usually served to the hotel's customers.
Menu a la carte is offered for lunch and dinner. Please note that, the restaurant uses fresh seasonal products, so the menu may have small changes.
All visitors are offered a full breakfast for a fee.
This hotel offers 1486sqm of the latest technology and has a world-class staff to assist with the organization of business meetings and special cultural events.
Regardless of the purpose of visit guests will always have a chance to relax or to take part in a conference, or to enjoy the lively cultural and entertainment life of the city of Midtown Atlanta.
The hotel has a rich history and is the most prestigious hotel in Atlanta.
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