The Georgian Terrace Hotel
659 Peacthtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
Enjoy the “Homegrown with a Twist” Southern Living VIP all-inclusive package including accommodations at the Georgian Terrace Hotel, a Southern Living breakfast with demonstration, access to the “Georgia Homegrown Symposium” featuring Southern Living recipes and Georgia products, and a VIP reception at The Fox Theatre Atlanta with a special screening.
Due to the proximity of the event dates, this event is now closed to online reservations. Please contact the hotel directly regarding availability.
A Midtown icon, the Georgian Terrace Hotel is located in the heart of Atlanta’s business and cultural district, directly across from the Fox Theatre. The hotel delivers a brand of service rarely found, even in the South. We’re set to please with everything from large modern suites to versatile event and meeting spaces. Our business facilities are state of the art. We offer a world-class conference center, an impressive boardroom, classic ballrooms and secure, onsite parking. Just off our lobby, Livingston Restaurant + Bar serves award-winning American cuisine.
We’re Atlanta’s Most Historic Midtown Hotel
To be great, a city must have a great hotel, a grand hotel. When Atlanta was coming into its own in the early 20th century that hotel was The Georgian Terrace Hotel. With its floor-to-ceiling windows, crystal chandeliers and white marble columns, The Georgian Terrace had an elegance Atlanta hadn’t known before. When the hotel opened its doors in glamorous Midtown nearly a century ago, it opened them to some very notable guests, including President Calvin Coolidge, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Tallulah Bankhead. In 1939, The Georgian Terrace hosted the premiere gala of Gone with The Wind. Every decade brought more notoriety to the hotel. In the 1970s, concert promoter Alex Cooley turned our Grand Ballroom into the famed Electric Ballroom, hosting concerts by musicians such as Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac, and Patti Smith. As Atlanta modernized its skyline many of its older buildings disappeared, but not The Georgian Terrace Hotel. As did the nearby Fox Theatre, this beautiful historic hotel had dedicated fans, and in 1986, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
|Room Service||Restaurant||Fitness Center/Health Club|
|Business Center||Internet Access||Cable TV|
|Iron/ironing boards||Meeting rooms||Public transportation nearby|
|Outdoor pool||Parking||Pets allowed|
|Valet||Bar||Free Wireless internet|
|Seasonal outdoor pool||Conference Center||Wireless Internet|