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Georgian Terrace Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia

Georgian Terrace Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia

The Georgian Terrace was built in 1911 and lines Atlanta’s Peachtree Street. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and hosted the premier party of Gone With the Wind in 1939.

In 1981, The Georgian Terrace closed its doors. On the verge of being torn down, it was designated an historic landmark, and in 1989 was renovated and briefly converted into luxury apartments before resuming its place as one of Atlanta’s grand hotels.

Returned to its original splendor, the hotel offers 326 guestrooms and suites from one to three bedrooms. These luxuriously appointed suites have deluxe furnishings and spacious living areas. 90 % of rooms have a full modern kitchen, multiple phones with speaker capability, two phone lines per room, voice mail, and data ports. Oversized bathrooms, hair dryer and an iron with ironing board. In addition, each room is equipped with a full size washer and dryer. In-room movies and non-smoking floors are also available.

Georgian Terrace Hotel
659 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30308
Georgian Terrace Hotel, Atlanta GA


 

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