TWELVE Hotel & Residences Atlantic Station

361 17th St., NW (Market St.) Atlanta GA

Contemporary luxury and a convenient location make TWELVE a good choice for both business and romance.

Refreshed and updated in late 2011, this hotel’s lobby serves as the nerve center of its social life. Vibrant mural-like paintings by area artist Steve Penley bring a local touch to the lobby’s décor, and a buzzing bar scene keeps twenty-somethings (some of whom may live in the residences above the hotel) in touch with their peers. Also updated, the fine dining restaurant serves breakfast as well as lunch and dinner. But if you don't feel like dining out, the all-suite accommodations include full kitchens, with full-size stoves, microwaves and refrigerators. The one-bedroom deluxe suites above the second floor come with balconies and good urban views. Quality architectural finishes, such as granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and opulent soft goods create an environment that is nice to come home to. Technological offerings include complimentary high-speed Internet and wireless access throughout the hotel. GHOST (Guest Hotel Operating System Terminal) is an in-room system that guests may use to access and request various services online, such as room service, housekeeping, concierge, valet (to bring up a vehicle) and laundry service. A well-equipped health club and large pool for lap swimming are exclusive to the hotel. Located in Atlanta’s West Midtown, Atlantic Station is a complex of department stores and retail shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, meaning you need only walk out of the hotel to find something interesting to do. Pets are welcome with a deposit of $75.

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Atlantic Station 361 17th St., NW (Market St.) Atlanta GA 30363 U.S.


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