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659 Peachtree St NE Atlanta, GA 30308
659 Peachtree Street NortheastUSGeorgiaAtlanta30308
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Classy rooms & suites, a rooftop pool & famous guests are hallmarks of this chic, historic hotel.- Google
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Myles Rothacker
3 months ago
As a wedding photographer I have been to every venue in Atlanta and I can say if you're looking for a beautiful location with professional staff that provide the perfect experience you can't do any better than The Georgian Terrace. The Grand Ball Room is stunning and can fit a large wedding. If you want something more intimate the Mitchell Ball room is the perfect size for a small wedding. The Penthouse suites really separate the Georgian Terrace from any other wedding venue in Atlanta. The rooms have beautiful interior decorating and are ideal for bridal party shoots before the wedding.
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Seija Kane
a month ago
SEP 2014 had a large group for a Sales Event and the experience was absolutely fabulous: good and friendly staff, food EXCELLENT in the meeting rooms and at Livingstones; we had a special group dinner on site which was absolutely memorable. I organized this meeting and had about 45 people from US, Europe and South America in attendance and did not hear one single complaint from the group. As the organizer of this event, I was fully supported by the staff, so it was a joy to organize another successful event! Thank you!
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Tylease Alli
9 months ago
The building is very beautiful and is in a great location, but i would never stay there again. I read the reviews before i booked, but it looked so nice i thought i'd give it a try anyway. We went to a wedding there and stayed 4 nights over the 4th of July weekend. To start I booked a room with 2 beds, but when i walked in, realized it was 1 king. My husband was a little offended that i'd wanted separate beds, so i thought i'd better leave that one alone. Friends staying at another hotel described the room as large, but it's mostly wasted space. There is a long hallway with a bunch of weird secret doors you can't open (there used to be a kitchen area, but the new owner decided to take them out) and an unnecessarily large closet. We had 2 phones in our room, but one didn't work. It didn't matter because every time we tried to call room service or the front desk, no one answered. When we finally did get a hold of someone the service was horrible. They sound nice and smile while they say no to your every request. There is always a super long wait for the elevator. When they cleaned our room they didn't leave us clean towels... You have to pay $25 for an old beat up fridge, not sure how much the microwave would have been. Oh also, did i mention parking is $18-25 per night! You could try street parking, but we had a rental and didn't want to chance it. I felt like i was being price gouged. The rooftop pool is nice; we watched the fireworks from there on the 4th and they have a nice gym. So, in summary the facilities and location are nice, but your going to overpay for it. And please, do not go in expecting good service because you will be sorely disappointed.
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La-Tijera Ford
a year ago
Outside of a few upgrades to beds and a few other items, this may have been one of the best experiences I have ever had during a hotel stay. The Valet was fast and extremely friendly. The front desk staff and bell hop were so friendly and nice. The check in was smooth and they even provided us with restaurants that delivered after hours. The bell hop didn't let us touch our luggage until it was in our room (that was a good thing). This hotel was literally within 8 of driving from everything we wanted to do. We stayed in the two bedroom two bath premiere room. It's a nice size despite some of the reviews we read. Of course it would have been nice to have two king beds and dishes with the full kitchen. But it was a full kitchen. The view from our room was nice. The elevators were nice. And the view from Roof Top was breathtaking. My Husband and Friend jokes about the rooftop not having 360 degree view but 350 degree because of one building. But that's all in fun. Brunch at the Livingston was good. Oh and the housekeeping were lightning fast. Order towels and the towels were there before we could hang up the phone. All in all, this was again the greatest experience I have ever had a hotel.
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Eric Beasley
5 months ago
I stayed at the Georgian Terrace for a week for work. First of all, the location was perfect for me. I was able to walk to restaurants, coffee shops, the Taste of Atlanta and Georgia Tech' campus. I couldn't resist catching a show across the street at the Fox theatre. My room was spacious, clean and comfortable. The service was great as well. The concierge set me up with a straight razor shave at a local men's grooming parlor, the front desk held my bags, charged my phone and didn't get upset when I lost my luggage ticket (oops). The bellmen and bellmen were especially helpful, remembered me and my preferences and gave some great local food recommendations. I had an amazing stay. Highly recommended.
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Jae H.
3 months ago
I booked the Georgian Terrace for a week for a business conference. I was first assigned to a suite that looked and smelled ancient. The toilet ran all night. The heat could not be adjusted. It was very uncomfortable. I explained the issues to the front desk the next morning, and told them the suite looked nothing like what was represented in the pictures online when I booked. They moved me to another suite that still looked and smelled very old, explaining there were no renovated suites lower than the 17th floor. When I met up with my colleagues also staying there, not only had they been upgraded to a renovated suite, they'd been given the choice of several empty renovated suites on floors lower than the 17th. Although I was upset to the blatant lie I'd been told, I didn't want to make a big deal about it...but then my key was deactivated and could not be reactivated until their system came back up. At that point, I told the staff of my overall disappointment in the bald-faced lie. They apologized and covered my parking for the duration of the stay in lieu of moving my room AGAIN for only one night. While I appreciate the gesture, it did little to quell my overall disappointment with the hotel and my stay. To make matters worse, I thought my kitchen didn't have any utensils, glasses or plates until, on the last day, I opened my dishwasher to find it full of dirty dishes. Shame on you, Georgian Terrace. Such a beautiful, historic hotel with horrible management practices and customer service.
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Kendra Keemer
6 months ago
The Georgian Terrace Hotel is a beautiful historic hotel with full-service business center conference rooms and grand event spaces for gatherings of any size. The Livingston Restaurant located within the hotel is also a great place for private dining with views of the Fox Theatre across the street.
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Karl Manning
9 months ago
Convenient location not far from downtown. Rooms a bit dated. Great beds and great breakfast. I especially like the rooftop pool.

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