Singular Mandarin Oriental style in a historic Atlanta landmark.
On May 1, 2012, the former 42-story Mansion on Peachtree, a hotel designed by famed American architect Robert A. M. Stern, became a Mandarin Oriental property. Its 125 rooms and suites are known for their spaciousness; the smallest are those with city views that measure 480 square feet, while the largest exceed 600 square feet and offer balconies. Suites are even more spacious and may offer two balconies. The extraordinary Mandarin Suite features more elements of luxury, including eleven-foot-high ceilings and two balconies. Additional indulgence can be found in the suite's private dining room, pantry and guest powder room. With more than 2,000 square feet of space, the Mandarin Suite can also connect to other rooms for two- or three-bedroom options. Pampering is the order of the day at the hotel's splendid 5,000-square-foot spa. The Café & Bar serves meals throughout the day, including an express lunch for on-the-go executives.