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If you're looking for a taste of local history, this is the place to stay. Tallulah Bankhead, Calvin Coolidge and Charles Lindbergh all slept here. But perhaps the most significant guests were Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, who checked in…

Reviews

  • By njerib 12 months ago on Citysearch

    I have use this hotel for many events for my company and have found the Management staff to be 4 start. From Kevin to George all our needs are always taken care of. They always ensure my group is happy and feed! This should be your… Read more »

  • By over 1 year ago on Gayot

    If you're looking for a taste of local history, this is the place to stay. Tallulah Bankhead, Calvin Coolidge and Charles Lindbergh all slept here. But perhaps the most significant guests were Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, who checked in… Read more »

  • By Dennisalva almost 3 years ago on Citysearch

    A luxury hotel with the best services I ever see in my life. The suite are expensive, but the facility that was provided to you make you feel good and eager to come here again. The food quality is no doubt of superb quality. This is a… Read more »

  • By ben332 about 3 years ago on Citysearch

    It's a great hotel but if any of you are looking to save some $$ then book it at referer.us/8/GoodHotelDeals They usually have some pretty good deals on there! Read more »

  • By James558 about 3 years ago on Citysearch

    It's a great hotel but if any of you are looking to save some $$ then book it at referer.us/8/GoodHotelDeals They usually have some pretty good deals on there! Read more »

  • By laurencoch almost 4 years ago on Citysearch

    I agree with the review below, the 2 bedroom suites are really nice. I thought it was worth the price and the staff was really friendly Read more »

  • By Adam S Z almost 4 years ago on Citysearch

    For a 400 dollar a night penthouse it was very bland. No stereo system, small flatscreen tv. The bathrooms were pretty impresssive but I was unimpressed overall. the two bedroom suites are more plush and almost half the price. Read more »

  • By Ryan Sims over 4 years ago on Citysearch

    In Short\r After a multi-million dollar internal facelift of the lobby and ballrooms, including the addition of upscale restaurant Livingston, and quick-serve take-out cafe MIMS, the Georgian Terrace, one of Atlanta’s greatest treasures,… Read more »

  • By thejam about 5 years ago on Citysearch

    This is truly a gem in the Atlanta hotel arena. Where else can you stay where may of the cast of Gone With The Wind stayed for the premier of the movie at the Fox Theatre (which is directly across the street, BTW).\r \r The room are very… Read more »

  • By uncleATR about 5 years ago on Citysearch

    The price for the suite was reasonable, but I returned from a breakfast on the last day to find the door open and some electronics stolen. Aside from carrying all valuables with you, I would advise against staying at this hotel as it… Read more »

  • By keilydarlyn over 5 years ago on Citysearch

    My experience at the hotel started off badly. I booked through Expedia 3 1/2 months in advance and had called to check on my reservation and told it was there, and there was no problem. I called again the morning I left on my trip and… Read more »

  • By Piper M almost 6 years ago on Insider Pages

    I booked with the hotel (not a third party travel site) in advance for a double room with two queen beds. When I checked in, promptly at 3 pm (the earliest possible check in time) they didn⿿t have any double rooms available. They put me… Read more »

  • By pipermaru almost 6 years ago on Citysearch

    I booked with the hotel (not a third party travel site) in advance for a double room with two queen beds. When I checked in, promptly at 3 pm (the earliest possible check in time) they didn?t have any double rooms available. They put me… Read more »

  • By spinchem almost 6 years ago on Citysearch

    The rooms are small but the beds are to die for. Your body will melt in these beds its like you died and went to heaven. The experience was my own mini vacation. Read more »

  • By morrison35 almost 6 years ago on Citysearch

    Room was dated and creepy. Our bed was hard as a rock. There was a loud compressor sound outside our window all night. When I say 'loud', I mean construction-level loud. The hotel looks wonderful from the outside but the rooms just… Read more »

  • By ssilvera about 6 years ago on Citysearch

    The Georgian Terrace is one of those you must experience while in Atlanta. I get the whole antique and historic look thing, but the room was just ugly, old, unattractive and just out dated. For the cost and all the press about this… Read more »

  • By jspink2 over 6 years ago on Citysearch

    After a wedding couple reserved "x" amount of rooms for their wedding guests, I ( The best man) called to reserve a room a month before the wedding. The woman on the phone told me there were no more rooms available under the reserved… Read more »

  • By southernluv over 6 years ago on Citysearch

    I lived in Atlanta for years and never went here, now that I have moved away and had to come to town this weekend, I am so happy I came here.\r My room was absolutely beautiful, the employees did everything to make sure I was happy and the… Read more »

  • By emilyj2 about 7 years ago on Citysearch

    My husband and I stayed here for three nights. Although we didn't experience any of the legendary rude service, we weren't too impressed either. The hourly staff was helpful and courteous, but there were lots of minor things that were not… Read more »

  • By Contributor over 7 years ago on Citysearch

    Imaginative American continental cuisine in the Georgian Terrace hotel, across from the Fox. Read more »

  • By brianharrisonteague80 over 7 years ago on Citysearch

    The hotel looks great, our bed was comfortable, we had hot water, we had a good breakfast. BUT THE CUSTOMER SERVICE WAS THE WORST! The valet service charged us $22 dollars a car even though they said it would free the night before? We… Read more »

  • By krickell over 7 years ago on Citysearch

    For a recent girls' weekend, we rented a 3 bedroom suite that was supposed to have a full kitchen and sleep six people. Much to our surprise, the kitchen had NOTHING in it except the appliances. No silver, no glasses, no wine tool. We… Read more »

  • By kemeers about 8 years ago on Citysearch

    I stayed here w/ my bf on V day and the location & service were great. We were able to walk to dinner & b'fast the next a.m. My only negative feedback was that the rooms were rather old, but considering this is a historic location that… Read more »

  • By Robin M over 8 years ago on Insider Pages

    We stayed here during a weekend away for a show at the Fox Theatre. The location is convenient to the theatre and easy to get to. I just was not that impressed with the hotel, the service or the accomodations for the amount of money that… Read more »

  • By Johnnie T over 8 years ago on Insider Pages

    My family and I spend at least one weekend a year at the fabulous Georgian Terrace. I am an Atlanta native but the many luxuries of this historic hotel make me feel like a pampered tourist. From the courteous door men to the rooftop pool,… Read more »

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