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Hilton Atlanta Hotel Review: Spectacular skyline views enjoyed from the upper-level rooms and two fine dining establishments make this hotel a stand-out. The property was designed by famed Atlanta architect John Portman, and signature Portman elements include break-out areas with upholstered seating on every seventh floor or so. Reliance on natural light as much as possible is another Portman imprint. A covered walkway to Portman's nearby AmericasMart means access to the Peachtree Center MARTA station is just a short any-weather walk away. The 119,000 square feet of meeting space includes a 19,000-square-foot ballroom. Nikolai's Roof's on the 28th floor features multi-course prix-fixe gourmet dining focused on French- and Russian-influenced cuisine. On the lower level, Trader Vic's takes guests to exotic lands, and casual dining in Southern Elements includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. The 1,242 rooms and suites (including 35 ADA accommodations) and ample meeting space make the hotel a magnet for convention business. The 27th floor houses the Executive Level, where a complimentary breakfast and afternoon hors d'oeuvres are available. Hilton Atlanta's accommodations offer both wired and wireless Internet connections. For exercise, there's not only a well-equipped fitness center and swimming pool, but also two tennis courts and a basketball court. The hotel is pet-friendly.