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Best Hotel

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Creative Loafing has been presenting Atlanta's Best People, Places and Events since 1972. These are some of the past winners for this category:

Best hotel BOA Award Winner

2017 » Cityscapes » Readers Pick
Hotel Indigo - Downtown

Best hotel BOA Award Winner

2016 » CityScape » Readers Pick
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Best hotel BOA Award Winner

2015 » Cityscape » Readers Pick

Best Hotel BOA Award Winner

2014 » Cityscape » Readers Pick

Best hotel BOA Award Winner

2013 » Cityscape » Readers Pick

Best hotel BOA Award Winner

2012 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
The Georgian Terrace

Best hotel BOA Award Winner

2011 » Consumer Culture » Readers Pick
W Hotel
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2010 » Cityscape » Readers Pick

Runner-up: The Georgian Terrace Hotel


659 Peachtree St., 404-897-1991, www.thegeorgianterrace.com

Best Hotel BOA Award Winner

2000 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
The opulently decorated four-star, four-diamond hotel on Peachtree Street is squeaky clean following its $10.5 million renovation last year. The Persian carpets, antique furniture and 19th-century art have kept it a favorite, albeit a pricey one. A standard deluxe room (one king or two doubles) willmore...
The opulently decorated four-star, four-diamond hotel on Peachtree Street is squeaky clean following its $10.5 million renovation last year. The Persian carpets, antique furniture and 19th-century art have kept it a favorite, albeit a pricey one. A standard deluxe room (one king or two doubles) will set you back about $225 without a discount. The Buckhead hotel is higher rated (one more diamond) and higher priced at about $285. less...

Best Hotel BOA Award Winner

2000 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
With a hotel landscape dominated by the big chains, there aren't many hotels in the city with as much individual charm — and none with as much history — as the Georgian Terrace. Renovated with all the modern conveniences, but retaining its early 20th century feel, it's one landmark of themore...
With a hotel landscape dominated by the big chains, there aren't many hotels in the city with as much individual charm — and none with as much history — as the Georgian Terrace. Renovated with all the modern conveniences, but retaining its early 20th century feel, it's one landmark of the new Atlanta for which we can be proud. While hotel rooms look pretty much the same, particularly when you're asleep (as the Motel 6 ad goes) this hotel offers some nice touches to add life to the rooms. And with its central location, all you need to do is go up to the rooftop pool to get one of the best panoramic views of the city. less...

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