Out of Town
5 Star Hotels in Buckhead
St. Regis: 4.6 Rating
A 4-minute walk from the Atlanta History Center, this luxury hotel is 0.2 miles from the Buckhead Theatre and 7 miles north of downtown Atlanta.
Elegant, airy rooms feature flat-screens, iPod docks, free basic WiFi (premium WiFi for a fee), marble bathrooms, robes and slippers, minibars, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Select rooms and suites add balconies, butler service, private exercise rooms, separate living areas, and fireplaces.
The hotel has a 40,000 sq ft pool area with a poolside cafe and a waterfall. There is also a full-service spa, a fitness center, a billiards room, 8 event spaces, a restaurant, a tea room, a lounge, and a wine room.
Intercontinental: 4.3 Rating
A 3-minute walk from Buckhead metro station, this upscale hotel is 1.2 miles from the Atlanta History Center and 7 miles from downtown Atlanta.
Refined rooms feature 47-inch flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi (fee) and desks, plus minibars, coffeemakers, and room service. Suites add living rooms, pull-out sofas, and whirlpool tubs. Upgraded rooms and suites provide access to a lounge serving free breakfast and snacks, and select suite offers butler service.
There’s an elegant Southern restaurant and a bourbon bar, plus a seasonal outdoor saltwater pool, an exercise room, and a spa. Other amenities include a business center, 9 meeting rooms, and parking (fee).
Mandarin Oriental: 4.6 Rating
This luxury hotel in the fashionable Buckhead district is 5 miles from the High Museum of Art and 9 miles from both the World of Coca-Cola and the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
The posh contemporary rooms and suites, with touches of Asian influence, offer city views, luxe linens, and soaking tubs, plus free Wi-Fi and iPod docks. Upgraded rooms and suites have Nespresso machines, dual bathrooms and bedrooms, and 2 terraces.
Amenities include a chic cafe/bar and a lounge serving light bites, an indoor pool, plus a spa with treatments. There’s also a fitness center, a business center, meeting space with a ballroom, and a garden courtyard.
5 Star Restaurants in Buckhead
Bone's: 4.5 Rating
Steakhouse institution serving prime beef & seafood in clubby rooms with an old-school vibe.
St. Cecilia: 4.7 Rating
Italian seafood & pasta plus cocktails are presented in a glamorous venue with high ceilings.
Umi: 4.6 Rating
Stylish haunt serving sushi & other sophisticated Japanese fares in an airy, contemporary setting.
Gypsy Kitchen: 3.8 Rating
Stylish modern restaurant featuring shareable Spanish snacks & plates with Moroccan & Indian hints.
Chops: 4.4 Rating
Old-school chophouse with a dark-wood dining room serving USDA prime-aged beef & fresh seafood.
King + Duke: 4.5 Rating
Literary-themed eatery with a huge open hearth serving old-school American fare in multilevel digs.
Aria: 4.2 Rating
Dinner-only eatery with New American fare, elegant black-&-white decor & secret wine cellar table.
Canoe: 4.5 Rating
Farm-to-table New American cuisine in an elegant garden setting overlooking the Chattahoochee River.
Le Bilboque: 4.4 Rating
Upscale, light-filled cafe & white-tablecloth restaurant featuring traditional French cuisine.
10 Degrees South: 3.8 Rating
Inspired South African fare served in a modern eatery & lounge with soaring ceilings & a big patio.
World of Coca-Cola: 4.2 Rating
The World of Coca-Cola is a museum showcasing the history of The Coca-Cola Company that contains a host of entertainment areas and attractions, and is located in Atlanta, Georgia at Pemberton Place.
Zoo ATL: 4.4 Rating
Zoo Atlanta is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums accredited zoological park in Atlanta, Georgia. The zoo is one of four zoos in the U.S. currently housing giant pandas. The current President and CEO of Zoo Atlanta is Raymond B. King.
High Museum of Art: 4.5 Rating
The High Museum of Art, located in Atlanta, is the leading art museum in the Southeastern United States. Located on Peachtree Street in Midtown, the city’s arts district, the High is a division of the Woodruff Arts Center.
Stone Mountain Park: 4.4 Rating
Vast, scenic park with activities, golf, lodging & a cable car ride to a historic, carved peak.
Georgia Aquarium: 4.3 Rating
The Georgia Aquarium is a public aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It houses thousands of animals, representing several thousand species, all of which reside in 10 million US gallons of marine and salt.