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Ellis Hotel Atlanta

The Ellis Hotel, Atlanta

Fodors review:

“A chic lobby, handpicked modern furnishings, and thoughtful in-room touches are the hallmark of this boutique hotel that provides Southern hospitality in a restored 1913 historic landmark.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Atlanta.

Lonely Planet review:

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

Aggregated customer review rating:

4.0 out of 5.0

Ranked 714th in Hotels

Ranked 7th in Atlanta

$ 169

This new hotel is a worthy addition to the ever-increasing trend of boutique hotels located in one of the most vibrant and dynamic cities in America, The Ellis Hotel lives up to high expectation expected of it. It is situated 600m from the Union Station, 350 m from The Tabernacle, and five blocks from the Georgia Aquarium CNN Centre and a close distance to the city center itself. All these make the hotel an excellent location.

This hotel holds the distinction of being the only boutique hotel in Downtown, Atlanta. With the new renovations made recently, the hotel is now an impressive sight to behold and equally, satisfying hotel to stay. As a part of the Atlanta skyline, the hotel is an impressive building on its own due to the sleek design and architecture.

The Terrace Restaurant offers a light but delicious dinner menu that would ensure that guests have the best nightcap after a long day. The restaurant features an outside balcony that overlooks the Peachtree Street meaning guests have a beautiful view while enjoying their meal. Guests will also enjoy regular morning coffee in lobby intended to help them start their day on a good note.

Free Wi-Fi is available in all the rooms of the hotel and also a free wired internet connection. Other amenities in the room include air conditioning and in-room climate control, exquisite blackout drapes/curtains, free toiletries and a television in the extra comfortable seating area of the room.

Ranked as the number one hotel in Atlanta in 2017 by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine in 2017, it is easy to see why.

Book now $ 169