4.0 Ellis Hotel Atlanta

The Ellis Hotel, Atlanta

Lonely Planet

“The Ellis is a downtown gem with business chic rooms fitted out in warm wooden hues and cool white bedding.”

$ 169 $ 169 $ 169 $ 169
4.9 Stonehurst Place Atlanta

B&B Stonehurst Place, Atlanta

Lonely Planet

“Built in 1896 by the Hinman family, this elegant B&B has all the modern amenities one could ask for and is well located. It’s an exceptional choice if you’re not on a budget.”

$ 229 $ 229 $ 229 $ 229
4.1 Hotel Indigo Atlanta

Hotel Indigo Midtown, Atlanta

New York Times

“Travelers looking to spend less can try the Hotel Indigo, a budget boutique hotel across from the ornate Fox Theater. Rooms are small (it was once a Days Inn), but nicely furnished.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Atlanta.

$ 127 $ 127 $ 127 $ 127
4.2 Glenn Hotel Atlanta

Glenn Hotel Autograph Collection, Atlanta

New York Times

“The Glenn Hotel is in a renovated 1920s building downtown that has gossamer curtains. The rooftop bar and restaurant have a gimmick, apparently attractive to the rich and famous, where you can eat on a bed, but beware the snobby doormen and minimum spending requirements.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Atlanta.

$ 127 $ 127 $ 127 $ 127
4.0 Twelve Atlantic Station Atlanta

Twelve Atlantic Station Marriott Hotel, Atlanta

New York Times

“A hot hotel, with full amenities including a check-in kiosk (you don’t have to talk to a person!) is Twelve Atlantic Station, in a bustling new development in Midtown.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Atlanta.

$ 144 $ 144 $ 144 $ 144
4.5 Indigo Downtown Atlanta

Hotel Indigo Downtown, Atlanta

Lonely Planet

“Atlanta’s second Hotel Indigo has a superb location near Centennial Park, and a building to match the convenience: a muscular modern structure designed by Atlanta native John Portman.”

$ 139 $ 139 $ 139 $ 139