10 New Places to Meet in Atlanta this Summer

Discover Atlanta’s ten newest meeting, hotel and social spaces for summer 2019. Whether you’re planning for a trade show, corporate event, intimate association gathering or a social affair in Atlanta, you’ll have your choice of fresh, new spaces.
  • Get an overview of new Atlanta meeting locations for the season.
    Get an overview of new Atlanta meeting locations for the season.

You might have your eye on Atlanta for a trade show, corporate event, intimate association gathering or a social affair. No matter how you’re planning your group’s time in Georgia’s capital city, you’ll have your choice of new lodging, meeting and social spaces, all in walking distance to top area restaurants and attractions.

See the ten new properties in Atlanta’s meeting districts.

 

For something stylish and indulgent:
Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead

Experience five-star treatment in Atlanta’s most stylish neighborhood at the recently transformed Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead. Groups will get five-star treatment at this upscale Hilton Hotel in walking distance to the restaurants and shops at Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza. Also nearby are the Shops (home to some of the most iconic stylemakers). Back at the hotel, meeting planners will have five state-of-the-art meeting rooms from which to choose, including a stunning ballroom and terrace. You can also host an outdoor event in the private garden.

 

For fabled opulence at a boutique resort:
St. Regis Atlanta

The newly renovated St. Regis is the self-proclaimed crown jewel of Buckhead. Its old world opulence has earned the hotel a reputation as one of Atlanta’s premier destinations for corporate and private events. This luxury resort has 14,512 sq. feet of meeting space sprawled out between six expansive conference rooms. If your group is looking for a timeless, fabled setting for your next meeting, this is it. Stay onsite in one of the 151 custom-designed hotel rooms featuring luxurious interiors and marble bathrooms. You’ll be in walking distance to all the shops and dining that Buckhead has to offer.

 

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St Regis Atlanta meeting space

 

For artsy with some sidewalk culture:
Canopy by Hilton Atlanta Midtown

Located in the district known as the “Heart of the Arts” on historic Peachtree Street, Canopy opened its doors in December of 2018. It’s a lifestyle hotel perfect for groups looking to experience Midtown’s thriving art scene, and many of Atlanta’s arts destinations neighbor the property, including High Museum of Art and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. For those looking to hit the top area attractions, they can hop on complementary Canopy bikes and ride to top area attractions like the World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium and the Atlanta Botanical Garden. In the hotel, your group can take advantage of three meeting spaces outfitted with a projector, drop-down screen, electric curtains and much more. Also, unique elevated outdoor venue sets the perfect mood for post-meeting cocktail receptions.

 

For brews and entertainment:
Steady Hand Beer Co.

Beer enthusiasts will love Atlanta’s brand-new taproom Steady Hand Beer Co., which opened its doors in March 2019. The taproom features 24 taps, games, food trucks and more, located next to TopGolf in Midtown West. There are 3,600 square feet of taproom space for groups to enjoy in a semi-private or full rental capacity. Tours, tastings and beverage packages can be outfitted to fit your group’s needs.

 

For a boutique hotel with a fun atmosphere:
Moxy Atlanta Midtown

The first and only Moxy Hotel in Atlanta is a creative concept and event space. The hotel houses an art gallery inside, in addition to over 7,143 square feet of meeting space and six meeting rooms. Located nearby, is the famous Fox Theatre and Ponce City Market (two Atlanta MUSTS). Your group can walk to 150+ of Atlanta’s top area restaurants and bars, or head up to the rooftop pool to grab a drink and a swim at the bar.

 

For European inspiration:
AC Hotel Atlanta Midtown

Dual-branded with Moxy Atlanta Midtown, the AC Hotel by Marriott connects to Moxy through the rooftop terrace. Built on an entire city block between 13th and 14th street in Midtown, this European inspired hotel has eight meeting rooms for groups to utilize. It’s in walking distance to Downtown Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park, The Tabernacle, Atlanta’s Skyview Ferris Wheel and much more.  

 

For a wonderfully atypical experience:
Kimpton Overland Hotel

Enjoy modern design and new amenities at the Kimpton Overland Hotel. Located in Atlanta’s Airport District, this convenient hotel and venue is a popular destination for meetings and trade shows. It has 6,500 square feet of event space including a 3,600 square foot ballroom. Your group can experience rooftop dining with panoramic views of the Porsche Experience Center test track and an onsite Porsche retail store. Guests also have access to a 24-hour fitness center, around-the-clock in-room dining and a free airport shuttle.

 

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Kimpton Overland Hotel, the Atlanta areas newest destination hotel

 

For a venue that steals the show:
Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center

This performance center opened in 2018 and was designed as a modern-day town square, with endless entertainment and dining options right in its backyard. The venue itself is made up of four different event spaces to accommodate groups of every size and taste. All of the rentable spaces in this performing arts center offers state-of-the-art production capabilities to fit your meeting needs. Enjoy a picnic on the City Green lawn or view it from above on the City View terrace and terrace meeting room. The Byers Theatre has seating for 1,070, and the Studio Theatre is a flexible event space that features an 11’ x 20’ video wall and lighting grid.

 

For a foodie’s paradise:
Lazy Betty

Candler Park’s hottest restaurant offers entirely curated private events in its dining room and lounge. Perfect for seated groups of up to 46 and receptions for 80 guests, this kitchen is helmed by celebrity chef Ronald “Ron” Hsu from Netflix’s The Final Table. Your group will love the industrial, open-concept floor plan of Lazy Betty and the three thoughtfully-crafted tasting menus that blend French and Chinese Malaysian influences to your pallets desire.

 

For dining and wining with French whimsy:
Aix and Tin Tin

Atlanta’s booming Westside is now home to the upscale French dining room and wine tasting room, Aix and Tin Tin. Chef Nick Leahy introduces flavors from his childhood growing up in the South of France at contemporary dining spot Aix. The space can fit groups of up to 93. Smaller groups can enjoy Tin Tin, a whimsical made for wine bar also owned and operated by Leahy. Here, groups can enjoy cheese and charcuterie boards in addition to an extensive wine selection.

 

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