Gleaming and contemporary with warm interiors that craft a welcoming ambience.
Designed by the Atlanta architectural firm of Rule Joy Trammell & Rubio, this 26-story glass-and-metal tower knifes its way into the midtown skyline. The ideal accommodations here are the Grand King Rooms, which take advantage of corners to enable a sweeping panoramic view of the skyline. Deluxe Rooms also provide floor-to-ceiling windows that take in magnificent views. All rooms feature flat-screen TVs (two per suite) and additional fifteen-inch TVs in the bathrooms, which are outfitted with both showers and tubs. Desks in all rooms are equipped with outlets and wireless Internet, as well as wired Internet access and ergonomic chairs. From the comfort of the magnificent beds with their all-white covers to the sumptuous meals that await at Eleven, the hotel’s dining room, everything here is top drawer. Outside the hotel, a world of culture and history awaits, from the High Museum of Art just a few blocks up Peachtree Street and the adjacent theater and concert hall hosting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to the green luxury of late nineteenth-century Piedmont Park, where an early morning run is a treat. On selected evenings, Loews presents live music in the lobby. Guests traveling with pets will find them welcome.