The St. Regis Atlanta
An Urban Resort
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What it is
An exquisite 151-room retreat with five restaurants, a Remède Spa, and a 40,000-square-foot “Pool Piazza.”
What it isn't
All play and no work. The 7th-floor athletic club is open 24/7, for all your 4 a.m. StairMaster and elliptical needs.
What we think
For proof that St. Regis pulls out all the stops for guests, look no further than their St. Regis Butler Service. Available at all hours, St. Regis butlers are happy to deal with anything you might be dreading, whether that’s unpacking (or even re-packing) your suitcase or pressing your suit. Rooms have a residential feel, with ornate crown moldings, sumptuous neutral and sage finishes, and a major high-tech perk: loaner iPads that allow guests to operate the lighting, temperature, and even the curtains with a few quick clicks. We particularly love the sliding mirrored French doors that open to the marble bathrooms and the 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton bed linens too soft to leave.
You're here because
You decided to tote the kids along on this work trip, and St. Regis has next-level kids amenities, including treats at every turn and kiddie-sized robes ideal for lounging poolside a la Eloise on vacay.
You knew from the dress code you’d adore The Garden Room—a storybook solarium adorned in lushness that is enchanting enough for Walt Disney himself. But when you see the menu, you know you’ve gone to heaven. “Wagyu sliders and a lobster roll, please.”
Restaraunts & Bars
Astor Court - American, Afternoon tea
Poolside Cafe and Bar - Casual, Bar food
The St. Regis Bar
The Wine Room
Skyzone Indoor Trampoline Park
Indoor Water Parks
Fernbank Museum of Natural History's Nature Quest
Atlanta’s tony Buckhead neighborhood, within walking distance of must-see Georgia bucket list items, including the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park, which includes the Civil Rights leaders childhood home.