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Boutique Hotels in Atlanta, GA

After a long day spent at one of the many fantastic places Atlanta has to offer, it's nice to be able to lay your head on one of the plush pillows at one of these boutique hotels, and relax.
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Barnsley Gardens Resort

Step back in time for an English country-side experience. Whether you love playing lawn games or taking a lazy row in a canoe you will find it all at Barnsley Gardens Resort. There are spa packages to fit any time or money budget. For the ladies group or anniversary couple, Barnsley Gardens Resort is a great romantic or girls only getaway just outside Atlanta and close to Chattanooga and Birmingham. Private rooms and suites as well as cottages that sleep 4-22 people.

Castleberry Inn and Suites

Are you an art enthusiast? If so, and even if you aren’t, the Castleberry Inn and Suites would be heaven for you because this is the only art hotel in downtown Atlanta. All of the artwork is done by local artist. This hotel offers an intimate view of the Atlanta skyline or romantic view of the inner courtyard. You will also be within walking distance from the Georgia Dome and World Congress Center and hundreds of other shops in the area including 21 art galleries. If you need an event venue, need to soak in the luxury spa, or want to taste the city's best Southern cuisine, you have it all at you fingertips at Castleberry Inn and Suites.

Chateau Elan Winery & Resort

Did you ever dream that you would find the French countryside and a real vineyard in the North Georgia mountains? Château Elan makes that dream a reality and is just one a few miles up Interstate 85. Just north of Atlanta, this hotel is the perfect good away for the weekend or even stealing a couple of days away during the week. It boasts a winery, spa, golf, and tennis.

Foundry Park Inn & Spa

You UGA football or sports fans will love The Foundry Park Inn and Suites. It is located just a few miles northeast of Atlanta in Athens Georgia. It's been called a village in a village, because it's like stepping into a totally different world. You have the choice of the elite package, the couples package, the romance package, and several others. The Hoyt House and The Melting Point are two of the local favorites for dining. 

Georgian Terrace Hotel

If you are planning to attend a play or concert at the Fox Theatre in downtown Atlanta, the Georgian Terrace Hotel is conveniently located across the street.

It's termed Atlanta's Modern classic with the Livingston restaurant and bar located in the lobby that serves award-winning cuisine.

With 326 rooms or suites you will certainly find a place to lay your head after a night on the town and strolling around Atlanta's cultural district. Their standard rooms offer 200 square feet of living space. They feature a full-size bed with pillow-top mattress and a European-style duvet as well as complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen HDTV.