Best hotels in Atlanta, Georgia

We list the best hotels in Atlanta as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor's, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The rating you see is an aggregate from several platforms and is always higher than 4 out of 5 stars.

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
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
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
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
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
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