Mandarin Oriental - Atlanta
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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 74%Art & Design Lovers
- 74%Local Culture
- 62%Business Travelers
- 62%Spiritual Seekers
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- Mandarin Oriental - AtlantaMember ofFoodiesWellnessVegetarian+ 3Aug 22, 2014
It was nighttime and the lighting was dim. Chinese music played in the foyer while soft fragrances lingered in the air. I admired the extensive collection of artwork hanging on the walls and also for purchase as part of the Bill Lowe Gallery. Del Frisco’s Grill sits directly in front of the hotel, almost masking the private courtyard entrance. The exclusivity seems ideal for a celebrity to slip in town and not be viewed from onlookers on Peachtree.
Their standard room is airy with first class accommodations. I felt like I had plenty of space to lounge on the comfy beds or soak in the luxurious tub. Did I mention that there were televisions inside the bathrooms? If you desire a remarkable view, ask for a room with a private terrace.
For additional pampering, there is a spa downstairs, indoor heated pool, and a comprehensive fitness center that uses techno-gym equipment.Recommended for:
- Mandarin Oriental - AtlantaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsWellnessLuxury TravelersFirst to ReviewAug 22, 2013
The Mandarin Oriental has the exclusivity and luxury of a boutique hotel along with the fabulous standards that a guest of any Mandarin property would expect. The lobby is sophisticated but comfortable, with modern artwork and plush sitting areas. The English garden and reflecting pool courtyard is so peaceful that you will forget Peachtree Road is just a few steps away. The rooms are just as elegant and tranquil as the public spaces, and the décor feels like you are staying in a private home rather than a hotel. The hotel hosts upscale events, like Sunday brunch and Friday night jazz performances geared towards relaxation. But the best kept secret at the Mandarin Oriental is the Spa—it’s the biggest in Buckhead with scores of treatment rooms, gym, yoga studio and a private pool that is only accessible to hotel guests and people receiving spa treatments. Even the tanning terraces have thick topiary hedges for maximum privacy (the one right off the ladies’ locker room is lovely). If I were a celebrity avoiding the paparazzi, this would be my hangout. Plus, this is one of the most beautiful hotels I’ve visited yet that is pet friendly, with a ‘menu’ of treats and services for four-legged guests. Set in the middle of Atlanta’s best shopping and top-notch dining it is truly an elegant oasis for travelers and one of the best options in Buckhead.Recommended for:
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Room Service
- Pets Allowed
- TV In Room
- Hair Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- In-House Bar
- In-House Dining
- Valet Parking
- Indoor Pool
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Aliases: The Mansion on Peachtree