Top 10 Boutique Hotels in Atlanta
A stylish boutique hotel for the 21st-century that focuses on personal service for the business traveler.
Originally an office building built in 1929, the Glenn is on the National Register of Historic Places, and since 2010 it has been a member of the Marriott Autograph Collection. Named for Atlantan John Thomas Glenn, this boutique property is a great example of adaptive re-use, as its historic façade encloses a thoroughly modern approach to space and comfort. The 93 guest rooms, sixteen suites and penthouse are well-equipped with spacious work desks, ergonomically designed chairs, Wi-Fi and high-speed Internet access, 34-inch LED screen TVs and plush, tawny furnishings. Many also feature beautiful city views. For dining, Glenn's Kitchen pays tribute to local Southern flavors, and the rooftop SkyLounge serves cocktails against a backdrop of city lights. Geared to the business traveler, the hotel offers meeting rooms and private dining spaces that accommodate up to 50 people, ideal for small conferences.
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