Loews Atlanta: Poshness on Peachtree Street
Take a bite of the sweet life when you settle into Loews Atlanta Hotel, the poshest spot on Peachtree Street. Blending stylish modern design with welcoming Southern hospitality, this iconic Loews property is conveniently located within walking distance to the city’s most desirable destinations, including The High Museum, Fox Theatre and the famed Piedmont Park, which is just up the street. From their own Exhale Spa to delectable dining options and stunning suites, live like an A-lister during your stay in Atlanta.
With floor-to-ceiling windows meant to take in views of Midtown Atlanta, all rooms are designed in sleek style, from the workspace to the bathrooms which feature a separate tub. Live the sweet life in a Lifestyle Suite where you will find chic interiors and views of the iconic sites of the city. With kitchen facilities and stunning surroundings, you can just sit back and relax – or keep up with your wellness routine, especially with free Peloton classes. Whether you have come for business or pleasure, the glamorous Grand Suite lets you do both. With a separate living area, you can enjoy extra space to work and enjoy an in-suite business lunch or dinner. Cheerful interiors in the Grand Luxury Suites, another of their most popular suite types, will add to your overall mood in this modern spot.
Savor your trip even more when you stop by Saltwood Bar and Lounge, known for serving up reimagined bar bites amidst a dramatic background with a gorgeous bar on one side along with scenes of the city. Enjoy cocktails paired with some mouthwatering plates including their Smoked Salmon Flatbread served with garlic and herb spread, plus pickled onions and capers, or dig into a delectable 12 oz Grilled NY Strip with three-cheese potato gratin and broccolini. Offering shareable small plates and a charcuterie bar, Saltwood Charcuterie and Bar showcases local ingredients and is open for breakfast and brunch bites. They can also host social gatherings and larger catered events.
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