Hyatt Regency Atlanta - We Like to Stay Here!

The hotel has recently completed a $65 million renovation which feels and looks as new today as it did when the hotel opened in 1967.
Hyatt Regency Atlanta - We Like to Stay Here!
Atlanta, GA
The Hyatt Regency Atlanta became famous when it opened in 1967 as the world's first atrium hotel, boasting a revolutionary 22-story atrium and marble lobby designed by renown Atlanta architecture John Portman. The hotel towered above and lit up the Atlanta skyline. While it is no longer the tallest building in Atlanta the Hyatt Regency Atlanta retains its presence in the downtown corridor. The hotel has recently completed a $65 million renovation which feels and looks as new today as it did when the hotel opened in 1967.

The newly restyled guest rooms are chic, studio-style rooms bathed in rich chocolate wood colors and accented by cream and burnt orange. The large work desk with enhanced lighting and Wi-Fi is perfect. It's difficult to stay focused on work when you can look out the floor to ceiling windows, the entire width of the room; that look out over Peachtree Street and offer spectacular views of the city. You feel like you can reach out and touch Centennial Park, The World Of Coke, AmericasMart, Georgia Aquarium, The Georgia Dome. All the restaurants, clubs, retail shops... How will I find the time to fit it all in??? If you really want to tune the world out, the room has an iHome stereo with iPod dock, and a 37" LCD television. I felt like I was in a luxury high-rise condo, not a hotel.

The Atrium Restaurant has been transformed into Sway Restaurant where southern culture inspires the menu. Twenty-Two Stories which was designed to share colorful history and 'stories' of the Hyatt Regency is the perfect place to people watch while enjoying your favorite meal or libation served with southern charm. If you over indulge on the fabulous desserts at Sway they have a sporty 24-hour Stay Fit™ gym, or take a walk and find the skybridges that connect you to Peachtree Center where you will find shopping, and even more restaurants.

The infamous blue-domed rooftop Polaris Restaurant and Lounge, five stories above the 22-floor atrium closed in 2004. Watch for a reopening, with a new name later this year, where you can once again watch the entire city as it makes it's 360-degree rotation every 52 minutes. Magnifico!

LINKS:
Atlantaregency.hyatt.com
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