Where to Stay in Midtown, Atlanta's Heart of the Arts

Stay in Midtown Atlanta, and you'll be in the city's heart of the arts.
  • The W Hotel in Midtown offers a hip vibe with great restaurants and the Bliss Spa.
    The W Hotel in Midtown offers a hip vibe with great restaurants and the Bliss Spa.
  • The Four Seasons is Midtown's five-star hotel famed for its luxury.
    The Four Seasons is Midtown's five-star hotel famed for its luxury.
  • Hotel Indigo features quirky, bold design in its rooms and lobbies.
    Hotel Indigo features quirky, bold design in its rooms and lobbies.
  • If there's a Ramblin' Wreck in the lobby, you know you're at the Georgia Tech Hotel.
    If there's a Ramblin' Wreck in the lobby, you know you're at the Georgia Tech Hotel.
  • Lowe's Hotel in Midtown has a burger bar and Saltwood Charcuterie & Bar.
    Lowe's Hotel in Midtown has a burger bar and Saltwood Charcuterie & Bar.

Midtown is the heart of Atlanta’s arts and theater district, and it has hotels to fit every person’s budget and personality. So if you want to be near the Woodruff Arts Center, the Center for Puppetry Arts and Synchronicity Theater, then these Midtown hotels are perfect for your visit.  

Luxury

  • If you are a superstar who requires the ultimate in luxury, the Four Seasons Atlanta is for you. The hotel features 244 guest rooms, 18 luxury suites, a spa and two restaurants, including Bar Margot, which is described as a “funky community lounge” that offers “thoughtful food” and “small batch spirits." Don’t be surprised if you see a leading actor or actress in the hotel. It’s a favorite of Hollywood. Bruce Springsteen even works out in the fitness center.

Artsy/Historical

  • If you want more of an artsy, cutting-edge vibe, don’t worry, Midtown has that as well. The W Atlanta – Midtown is located in the newly renovated mixed-use complex, Colony Square. Its 14th Street address puts it right in the middle of Midtown’s best restaurants and a few blocks from Piedmont Park. The hotel boasts 466 rooms with 33 suites, an outdoor pool, the Trace Restaurant that serves farm-to-table Southern dishes and a Bliss Spa. Pets are not only welcomed, they get their own custom pet bed, toy and turn-down treat.

  • A few blocks down from the W Atlanta is another luxury hotel, Loews Atlanta, that offers 414 guest rooms and 44 suites in a simple, modern style with floor-to-ceiling windows, Julien Farel anti-aging hair care and body products, and spacious bathrooms with separate soaking tubs. The hotel offers a different take on the traditional hotel dining scene with Saltwood Charcuterie & Bar that features a charcuterie station where diners can pull up bar stools and sample house-made and locally sourced items and sip on handcrafted cocktails. For something a little heartier, enjoy the burger bar, an unscripted culinary experience where the chefs serve an array of burgers, boozy milkshakes and delicious desserts. Also located in the hotel is the Exhale Spa and Fitness Center.

  • Georgian Terrace is the city’s grande dame, a 20th century Beaux-Arts building that is in the epicenter of Midtown’s arts and culture scene. The iconic hotel features 326 smoke-free rooms and suites. The hotel, which is a member of the Historic Hotels of America, has extended-stay suites, a grand ballroom that has been featured in several movies, a fitness center and a rooftop pool. Livingston Restaurant + Bar is a favorite among the arts crowd as is the Peachtree Street patio that is perfect for drinks before or after attending a performance at the Fox Theatre, directly across the street.

  • Located across the street from the fabulous Fox Theatre, the Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown is a historic hotel with vibrant, modern, even quirky rooms. There are 140 guest rooms, a workout room as well as an outdoor patio that offers some of the best people watching on Peachtree Street. You might even get to pet the boutique’s resident dog, Indie.

  • The Artmore Hotel fits right into the neighborhood’s artistic vibe. The beautifully restored Spanish Mediterranean facade dates back to 1924, and guests find an ideal blend of historic charm with first-class amenities. The hotel features 102 rooms ranging from a studio to executive king room to suites, including a loft suite that sleeps four. Go outside to the courtyard and enjoy the fire pit with drinks.

  • Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel is a four-star boutique hotel that offers impeccably designed rooms and 17 suites featuring soothing Fuji tubs, right in the heart of Midtown. The Garden at Community Smith is a rooftop bar and restaurant that offers craft beers on tap. Community Smith, the hotel’s signature restaurant, features New American cuisine. The hotel boasts that it is LGBT friendly.

  • Stonehurst Place is a small bed and breakfast hotel in a 19th-century building that has been restored and updated. Among its amenities are homemade breakfast and snacks, free wine, tea and coffee, plus a peaceful garden and lovey shaded front porch.

Corporate Hotels

  • The Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center is a 252-room property on the Georgia Tech campus that is popular with businessmen, visiting professors, academics, sports teams and parents. In addition to a fitness center, free guest laundry and 23,000 square feet of meeting space, the hotel features an indoor swimming pool.

  • The Crowne Plaza Atlanta Midtown is a newly renovated 501-room hotel including its new WorkLife Rooms that are built with the new traveler in mind. Guest rooms feature noise-reducing headboards, uniquely situated beds allowing for great sleep, free Wi-Fi with enough charging stations to handle a dozen devices at once along with a flexible work space with a sofa and table. For extra relaxation, the hotel has a heated outdoor rooftop pool with lounge areas.

  • Hyatt Atlanta Midtown is a four-star property near Piedmont Park. The hotel features 194 redesigned guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and oversized work spaces. There is a 24-hour StayFit Gym, indoor saltwater pool with on-site dining at the Fork & Juniper, a new Southern cuisine restaurant.

Here is a more extensive list of hotels in Atlanta.

Journalist Mary Welch writes business and lifestyle stories for local and national magazines.

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