We’re happy to say that Atlanta is unlike any other city in the nation. With the perfect mix of history and excitement, there is always plenty to do here. Best of all, our Midtown location is right in the heart of everything. Piedmont Park, the High Museum of Art, the Fox Theatre and more are all steps from our door. If you have a thirst to learn about one of America’s favorite beverages then spend some time at the fascinating World of Coca-Cola. Dive into something fun with a trip to the Georgia Aquarium. It’s home to over 100,000 animals including beluga whales, bonnethead sharks, and bottlenose dolphins. The Museum of Design Atlanta is where you can see the very best of creativity in the areas of interiors, fashion, graphics and more. If you’d like to see the stars under the stars, head to the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. And to see your favorite sports stars in action, all you need to do is grab tickets to see the Braves, Hawks, Falcons or Thrashers.
Loews Atlanta Hotel is a proud sponsor of the Woodruff Arts Center.
No matter how you choose to spend your time in beautiful Atlanta, we hope you’ll come back and be our guest again and again.
Staying at Loews Atlanta for work? Go for a morning run, hit your meetings and leave a little time for you. Being in the heart of Midtown, you are walking (even crawling) distance from many of the industry’s acclaimed bars and restaurants. Try any of these 3 picks for spots to “Wine Down” after your meetings... Read more
Home to some of the world’s most talented chefs, the last few years, Atlanta has become a front-runner in the culinary industry. While cities like Austin and Memphis may have deep roots in BBQ, Atlanta is home to some of the best spots without holding true to any one style. Here are three reasons, why Hot-lanta is bringing heat to BBQ... Read more
The Atlanta BeltLine is a sustainable redevelopment project that was recently paved along a historic 22-mile railroad path that connects several Atlanta neighborhoods. It’s a great place for a break from your business trip, and also a fun place to work into your Atlanta getaway. The Eastside Trail is perfect for running or biking with friends. The path is wide enough to run or bike in pairs without causing issues for others that might be doing the same. Dogs love the BeltLine, too! Check out our tips for taking a jog with your dog ... Read more
There's a lot to explore in Centennial Park, one of Atlanta's top tourist attractions. To help get situated, it's a good idea to stop by the official Visitor Center, located on the south end of the Park, adjacent to the Fountain of Rings. For the most spectacular views of Atlanta, you'll want to head 20 stories up, and take in the scenery below from the city's SkyView Atlanta ferris wheel... Read more
If location is everything, Loews Atlanta, in Midtown, has got it all. If you're looking for a morning or afternoon of culture, you only need stroll 10 minutes from the hotel to the High Museum. The bold design of the building and the artwork on the grounds are just as striking as the impressive collection of art inside. We loved the Lichtenstein house's bright colors set against the stark white exterior... Read more