Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

Address: 75 Fourteenth St, Atlanta, Georgia, 30309, United States | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the Midtown area of Atlanta, is near Alliance Theater, Woodruff Arts Center, Cortex Midtown Spa Salon, and Atlanta College of Art Gallery.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

      Beautiful hotel in Midtown section

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      I spent one night here and really enjoyed my stay. I was lucky enough to get a good corporate rate. I would have liked to spend the entire day exploring Midtown Atlanta, which has beautiful homes and some good museums and then hang out by the Four Seasons pool, but I had to go to meetings!

      The pool is a little warm, but long enough to swim laps. They have a decent gym too.

      Room are very nice and the all marble bathrooms are the best! I really liked the L'Occitane soaps, etc. My only criticism is that the prices at breakfast are ridiculous. I paid $5.25 for a tiny glass of orarnge juice. Usually I would find something cheaper in the immediate vicinity, but there's not much within a block or two. Besides that, it a great place to stay!

      Simply The Best

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      The Four Seasons Atlanta is simply one of the best hotels in the world. After several unpleasant stays at the Ritz Carlton Downtown Atlanta, I decided to begin staying at The Four Seasons. Needless to say this was a smart move. The hotel is very beautiful with the rooms being very elegant and spacious. The staff is friendly and there to satisfy every request. When staying in Atlanta, The Four Seasons shoud definitely be the top choice.

      Excellent Across the Board

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      Stayed at the Four Seasons Atlanta for 2 nights over the July 4th weekend and without a doubt this is the place to stay in Atlanta. The room was spacious with elegant ammenities that made staying there extra special. We were on the 18th floor and had a wonderful view of the city. The staff was always attentive and went out of their way to accomodate us. We would definitely return. We absolutely loved it here!

      Great Service, Worth Every Penny

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      My husband surprised me for my birthday with a weekend in Atlanta at the Four Seasons. Not only is it a great location , but the staff was great. Friendly and helpful without being overbearing. I mentioned it was my birthday when we checked in.

      Within 30 minutes of being in our room (highly recommend corner room) room service brought me a beautiful cake on a platter with Happy Birthday written in chocolate! It was wonderful, a really nice touch. Linens were nice. Lots of extra touches. Bathroom was great. It was a great weekend, made even better by the superb service of the hotel. I would go back in a heartbeat.

      Overall great experience

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      My husband and I visited the Four Seasons on 4/24/04 for our second anniversary. Overall our stay was wonderful and I would definitely return. We booked a deal through Travelocity for $205 for a standard room, which included breakfast and valet parking. When we got to the hotel, the valet came over and asked if we were checking in - we said yes. Then, without bothering to ask if we had luggage (I mean, who checks in without any stuff?) he hopped into the front seat and started to drive off! My husband banged on the car and yelled, "Wait! We need our luggage!" That was the only downside to the whole experience. I reported the incident to the front desk, and they responded by upgrading us to a "deluxe" room on the 17th floor. The room was nice; separate tub and shower (marble), FANTASTIC shampoo/shower gel, great bed linens/duvet/pillows, and best of all, it was extremely quiet. We never saw or heard another soul on the whole floor. The health club and indoor pool is first-rate; that is the best pool we have seen in Atlanta (puts the Buckhead Ritz to shame). Breakfast was peaceful, hot and speedy - in general, this is a first class hotel. Will definitely return.

      A delight!

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      I stayed with my husband and our 4 year old son for 2 nights at the end of March 2004. We booked a suite, which was spacious but perhaps could do with some modernisation. However, who cares about the wallpaper when you get service like this? ALL staff were fantastic ALL the time: from the restaurant manager to the bellboys greeting you when you shared the elevator. My son received all the usual 4 Seasons Kids' goodies (which he loves and are signally absent from the Ritz Carltons we also frequent), includeing a bedtime cookie, his name spelt out in foam letters on the bath together with a rubber duck and his own tiny bath robe. We all loved it!

      #1 in Atlanta

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      Having stayed at many Atlanta hotels including both Ritz Carltons and the Swissotel, the Four Seasons is without a doubt the best.

      Located in Midtown rather than Buckhead or Downtown, it is an imposing building two minutes from nice restaurants and bars and an easy jog from beautiful and busy Piedmont Park.

      From the doorman and valet parking to the grand foyer and reception, quality and service are impeccable. The rooms (try to get a higher floor and a corner room if you can) start with special and corporate rates from $180 and are very nice. The design is clear and warm with wonderful bathrooms although the tubs could be a little bigger and higher.

      Great gym and very good food at the 75 restaurant. Try an apple martini in the bar on the third floor which is busy with hotel and other guests every evening. Room service is a little too expensive in my opinion but I guess that is the price for staying in the best hotel in Atlanta.

      Service is not just a word...

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      Quite simply,the best hotel in Atlanta for service,class and an "old world" approach to hoteling.I give it my whole hearted recommendation!

      Simply Fabulous!!

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      My husband and I stayed at the Four Seasons this June (2003) for our one-year wedding anniversary, with a bed and breakfast package in a deluxe room. We also had our two little fox terriers along for the trip. The Four Seasons and the staff were absolutely as charming as they could be!! It was a wonderful hotel with fabulous decor, and the staff were all so very nice and attentive, and made us feel like we were kings and queens. They had a glass bottle of Evian water and 2 gourmet dog biscuits in porcelain bowls each for our two doggies, waiting for them in the room. They were spoiled immediately!! We ordered room service around midnight--a DIVINE speciality BBQ pizza, and breakfast the next morning--blueberry cream cheese french toast, eggs benedict, hash browns, grits, oatmeal creme brulee with fresh fruit, and fresh orange juice... AWESOME!! The concierge was extra helpful with directions around town for us, and the gentlemen loading and unloading the cars and calling the cabs outside could not have been nicer! They took pictures for us and catered to our every need. It was a fabulous experience for us, and we will certainly return as soon as we can!!! THANK YOU FOUR SEASONS!!

      No whining this time!

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      Brava! Bravo! I am a frequent whiner about hotels, but the Four Seasons over-delivered. From arranging racquetball lessons with a local pro to finding my running shoes to more than passable restaurant food they did a great job. I had a brief vision of my Swedish Amazon goddess in the health club bringing me ice water at every hotel, but it is not to happen. This level of service comes at a price, but it is well worth it. My only minor complaint is that the Internet bandwidth coming into the hotel is too little for serious work, but I was able to use it for e-mail and essential contact. I'll return. Ross Young

      TripAdvisor Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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