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Rating: 4.59

Address: 75 14th St, Atlanta, GA, 30309

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    Comments (56):

    1. Stephanie N.
    Excellent hotel located in midtown close to almost anything you'd need for food or entertainment - 1150, fuego, halo, etc.  Staff is friendly and attentive.  Rooms are gorgeous and decorated very well!  I really fell in love with mine - particularly the bathroom!  In striking green and marble w/ gold accents, it was realyl nice.  The tub was old fashioned w/ the little feet and hose spout as well.  The separate shower was great and they give you my fav l'occitane verbana for shampoo, etc.

    28/08/06 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. alan h.
    if you go to atlanta area ..stay here its a very nice hotel plus good service

    15/03/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Liz S.
    Beautiful hotel, wonderful staff, great food.  Overall a great experience.  They make you feel so welcome here.  The room was beautiful and so clean.  The gym was easily the nicest I've been to in a hotel.  The had an attendant there to bring you water and towels, and they wipe down your equipment after you're done.  Honestly this hotel spoiled me and I don't know how I am going to stay at any non Four Seasons hotel again.

    03/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. P J.
    Excellent hotel in a great location!  The staff is friendly and helpful, the rooms are spacious, the bathtubs can accomodate a princess and a pirate comfortably, they use l'occitane products and the hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of Trois, South City Kitchen, Fuego and Vickery's and a very short drive to all the other fun spots and great restaurants in Midtown.

    There are several rooms on the fifth floor that open onto a large terrace.  On the down side, these are smoking optional rooms.  On the upside, the terrace has many great uses.

    24/09/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Dorothy P.
    Great place to hold a wedding! exceptional service.  and it's close to Crescent ave., where all the midtown clubs are-- so if you want to hold a bachelorette party (the night before) this is the place to stay.

    07/07/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Rebecca O.
    Chocolate Buffet. Four Seasons. Here I attended a birthday celebration, during which I was introduced to the Chocolate Buffet. Yes, a buffet ... of chocolate indulgences. Luckily, the pastry chef was standing nearby and walked me through the multitude of delicacies. Such a delicious date idea! This said perfect date will run you $19 per person (a bargain!), plus champagne, of course. Alas, the Chocolate Buffet is seasonal and will only grace us with its tempting existence through March (Friday and Saturday nights until Midnight).

    Absolutely stunning. It's refreshing to see elegance and sophistication amongst the collection of "high-end" establishments in this city. Even the floral arrangements in the front entryway were innovative and oh, so effective.

    20/12/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Kate K.
    A hotel shouldn't be judged by the name or the brand of bath products in the room, or even the sweeping double Gone with the Wind staircase. Or even the clothesbrush and shoehorn hanging in the closet, both of which I used to advantage. It should be judged for comfort, cleanliness and, with this name, how they treat the guests. I felt like the only person in the hotel. It began at the moment of check-in--I'd left my CPAP machine in the shuttle; when I told the staff, they got on the phone immediately. When I went to see if they had it at the desk, they'd already sent up a bellhop with it. Big things: The sunblock curtains actually blocked the sun. I slept comfortably for 10 and a half hours, and I needed it. Quiet. Cleanliness. A shower and a bathtub. Little things: They clean the room twice and offer turndown service. The big screen has a welcome sign with your name on it. If you request a wake-up call, they offer you a 15-minute reminder. When they do wake you up (and it's not with a robot), they give you the temperature. They put a linen mat by the bed for the CPAP. They forget to charge you for a $5 espresso in the bar and, when you remind them, they tell you that it's their fault and it's on the house. They offer you a bottle of water when they hail a taxi. They chase after you with an umbrella when it's raining. They're not ridiculously expensive. And they have my business.

    19/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Sterling L.
    This is the Ritz Carlton 2.0.

    It's a blessing to have places like this in Atlanta.

    I just attend meetings here pretty often. I've never checked out the spa or hotel. I have had sushi rolls and spring rolls in the bar, as well as excellent wine and beverages. Very upscale and swanky.

    27/01/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. jessica H.
    Wow, I have terribly mixed opinions about this hotel.  

    First for the positive.  We had unbelievable service here.  The concierges (most especially Carol) were so helpful.  They made the trip a great surprise.  Then there were the services at the spa - massage, facial and pedi all top-notch.  I have been to many great spas but never better services!  

    But, then there is the negative...I guess I may be spoiled with more updated Four Seasons.  The beds, not so fab.  I've spent way too much time in the St. Louis Four Seasons to be impressed with the decor and spacing.  I know its a bit spoiled to expect a televison in the mirror, but, they could at least update the beds!  

    The food at the cafe was great - the pancakes and coffee for breakfast were outstanding.  But, we had a hard time finding any time when people "hung out" in the tavern.  It seemed a bit old and we headed down to the W hotel.

    16/08/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    10. Jean K.
    BAR ONLY REVIEW

    I didn't stay here but ended up stopping by 3 times for drinks.  I'm not sure if this is the type of bar you come to if you live in the city, but it's an excellent place to come when visiting since it's pretty swanky and close to other hotels where you will most likely be staying.

    Drinks are creative but all the combinations work well.  I had a lemon lavendar mimosa and basil grapefruit gimlet.  The house cocktails are pricey at $14 each which is probably best on the expense account but which I don't think it too much to pay in a decent bar in the city.

    You also get really yummy pecans and cheesy crackers with your drink.

    14/04/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    11. K T.
    We didn't stay here..but used the Four Seasons for a large private dinner of 70 people. Chaun the event planner went out of her way to help us throughout the process. The chef too went out of his way to accomodate our special requests. Location of course is a gorgeous setting for any size dinner group. Highly recommend...You won't be disappointed.
    Four Seasons team ..thank you!

    21/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    12. Nikkie F.
    My husband and I didn't want to leave the city for our honeymoon, but still wanted a little get away. We booked a room here and it was wonderful.

    The hotel itself is gorgeous: spacious, open, fancy. The room we had was very nice as well. Not the most fancy, nor the biggest (but it's not like we reserved a suite or anything), but it was still very nice. There was real art on the walls, not that cheap mass produced trash you find in those crappy, low-end inns and motels. The windows were big and had HUGE ledges - I was able to throw some pillows up there, and curls up with a blanket, cup of coffee and a good book and watch the little cars and traffic below.

    Knowing we had just been married only hours before we arrived, the staff had left us a glass plate with chocolate covered strawberries. And hardened chocolate was drizzled on the  plate to spell out "Congratulations!" Awwww - how sweet! They were so nice to us, and left a lot of little touches like that around the room - including flowers, and even a very nice hand-written card from the manager!

    The restaurant downstairs has an amazing breakfast. We were married on a Tuesday night, so Wednesday morning breakfast was literally just us in the entire place. It was really romantic and yet... also mildly creepy.  but the waiter was wonderful, the chef even came out to make sure everything we ordered was to our liking -- and boy was it! I had crab cakes on an English muffin with hollandaise sauce over the top -- FOR BREAKFAST! Who would have thought of something like that? It was SO good!

    Also -- I may have stolen all of the extra soaps, shampoos, etc... from the room. And perhaps even asked for extra. Not because I'm a clepto or anything like that, but because they were just so nice. Also, I think they are put there for taking -- but don't quote me on that.

    The only reason I give it 4 stars out of 5 is because it's not (in my mind) one of those places where you can get a room for a mini-in-town-vacation when you just "want to get away without going away". It's too fancy for that.

    28/05/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    13. William E.
    This hotel is the best I've ever experinced! I'm lucky to have been able to stay here twice in recent months. The service is outstanding!!! Hands down unbelievable! The valet drivers are extremely polite. They go out of their way to make you feel welcome. The service desk representative are very nice. Call you by your name. Make you feel like they know you and show you to the elevators. The rooms are as clean as they would be when built. The bathroom is amazing and top notch. It's truly a great place to stay. They also have a set of three or four rooms that have a hugh balcony. It's BIG!!!! The hotel is beautiful. I recommend it to any body. It is somewhat expensive but in the end it is worth it. Live a little!

    18/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    14. Jason M.
    The service is worthy of 5 stars, but the accomodations only warrant 4 stars. I stayed in a standard room and the furnishings were nice and the room was clean, but nothing special. The service however was great. From the valet to the concierge, they never let me down. I had tried to make a dinner reservation at a restaurant and was told they were booked and then I had the concierge make the reservation and they were able to get me the reservation for the exact time I wanted. And the location was very conveniently located.

    05/11/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    15. Mike L.
    It's the Four Seasons so you know it will be good. We had an excellent weekend stay there. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and really try hard to make your stay pleasurable.

    The rooms are clean and well-appointed and the bathrooms are huge. The service is impeccable. Everyone that works there greets whether you are coming or going.

    The only complaint that I have is that certain things are not free. Even the cheapest regularly priced room there is $410 a night. They can't afford to give you free wi-fi? Really? Even the business center is fee based. I find this a little ridiculous.

    Some might find the valet service a bit pricey too. But it is in/out and they truly are efficient. I'll pay $32 a night for that.

    All in all, FS is the place to stay while in Atlanta.

    07/05/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    16. Paul S.
    Excellent customer service, amazing view and wonderful rooms.

    Stayed he for an evening to celebrate my girlfriends birthday. I stopped by a few hours prior to check in and had the concierge place a few things in the room for me. I was a bit concerned they'd say no because I hadn't checked in yet, but they were more than happy to accommodate all of my requests. Upon arrival she just gave me a little wink when my girlfriend wasn't looking implying that everything I asked for had been taken care of before our arrival.

    The room was a corner unit on the 11th floor so we had an amazing view of the city. Everything at the Four Seasons seems to be a step above the rest. If I could afford it I'd stay here more often.

    We didn't take advantage of any of the amenities, but left satisfied with our stay just the same. the hotel is gorgeous and every staff member seemed to be on their "A" game. It was a nice getaway for an evening that we hope to do again in the future.

    10/04/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    17. Edna B.
    Fabulous hotel and staff was extraordinary! My kids loved it and got a special surprise the 1st night. I look forward to my next trip just to stay there again! Rebecca, the concierge, went above and beyond helping my children find a sweet snack after the restaurant  had closed. You must see the honeybees they have on the 5th floor! I also loved the herb and vegetable gardens.

    10/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    18. Mike A.
    I got engaged this past weekend and the Four Seasons was incredible.  Ask for concierge Rebecca Schultz.  She helped make the night special for my fiancé and I.  I could not have asked for a better night and Four Seasons has made themselves the hotel of choice for my future bride and I. We stayed in the Presidential Suite and they made sure we had everything we needed.  Their bar and restaurant is as well accommodating.

    21/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    19. Carol K.
    Business travel is a hassle.  Plain and simple.  But it's the little things that make it bearable and the Four Seasons Hotel in Atlanta has the little things down pat.

    It's been about a year since I stayed here last- yet from the moment that I stepped out of the cab and handed my bag to the doorman who welcomed me back (is that just a lucky guess?) my visit was delightful.  They whisper your name to the next person who is helping you through their secret headsets and suddenly the desk clerk is greeting you by name ("Welcome back, Ms. K")and has your room key jacket out and ready.  

    You are escorted to your room where the music is already playing, ice is in the ice bucket, the bed is turned down and a linen towel is on the floor bedside the bed so your toes never have to touch the floor.

    The room, while not as fancy as some of the Four Seasons was lovely- bed linens that envelop you, a view of the city, a marble bathroom with separate shower and gilded mirrors and artwork.

    The amenities were also top notch.  I love the L'Occitane products in the bathroom and there was even spray starch in the closet in case you want to touch up that shirt before your morning meetings.  Free wi-fi, a mini bar stocked with most anything you would want- and room service that makes you feel like a queen-if I could- I might've just moved in.  

    But alas- reality kicked in when the "Dream machine" alarm went off and I was up and moving- ready for another day of business travel.  I hated to leave but know when I return- there will be a re-wind of this visit from the moment I step out of my cab and am greeted with "Welcome Back, Ms. K"

    29/05/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    20. Peter C.
    It's a Four Seasons, good hotel, service is good, but not that impressed with the catering. Glad I wasn't paying for it myself

    07/01/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    21. AV G.
    Just returned from a 3 day Corporate  lock-down at the Four Seasons  in the ATL.

    Really pushed it hard to:

    stock up on L'Octane toiletries,

    drink complimentary coffee and read all theNYT and FT,

    gulp down gallons of free Fiji water,

    Have a half dozen house baked  croissants,

    Pound the Mdme. Verve C served in a beer glass so the others did not know what i was drinking

    invitie my friends to swim in the full sized saline pool

    chow down on the fantastic breakfast and lunch buffets.

    I had one meal in the casual restaurant--special of the day--$20 bouillabaisse.  It was fantastic (although the server wanted to upsell me offering Soup as a starter--i explained that it was soup)

    Lucky me

    02/03/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    22. Katie K.
    This was a very pretty hotel but it did not meet my expectations. When you pay $300.00 a night for a hotel it should be super nice. The bathrooms are tiny and the decor is outdated. When you pay that much money for a room it should be lavish And up to date. Staff was excellent as well as the workout and spa area.

    31/12/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    23. Devora S.
    Righteous. Money. Sweet. These are all words I'd use to describe the Four Seasons in Atlanta. So, okay - part of this is in reaction to the other Atlanta hotels I've stayed at (I come here once a month or so for business). Hotel Indigo, The Artmore, The Glenn Hotel, The Georgian Terrace, The W. I've been on the hunt for a decent place to lay my head for more than six months. And it's not been easy. I've been turned away at 1am when I learned they gave my room away. I've had my credit card stolen. I've not been able to sleep due to insanely loud HVACs and other "hotel-y" noises. I've been bummed by the level of hotels here all around, if you couldn't tell.

    Then, one day it occurred to me - why not stay at the Four Seasons? It's company approved and just a few bucks more than the other hotels I've stayed at.

    And man, oh man, this place made my week. It warmed my heart. It made me very happy and much less anxious about returning to Atlanta regularly.

    First:
    Pool and spa: AWESOME.

    Second: Forgetting your power cord ahead of a critical client meeting and having the front desk go BUY me another and DELIVER it to my room in record time in a BLACK GIFT bag by a sweet girl named Katie? Really?

    Third: Topping off my glass of wine because the food at the lounge was a tad bit slow, without me having to ask or complain?

    And, in general, the room is simply pleasant, luxurious, comfortable. STAY HERE!!! You won't regret it!

    Thank you, Four Seasons Atlanta! You've won a customer for life!

    15/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    24. Emily Y.
    I couldn't imagine giving a Four Seasons anything less than 5 stars, and this one is no exception.  I loved BOTH agents who handled my check-in, the room service attendants were fabulous, and each of our meals at Park 75 were fantastic.  This hotel is, without question, the place to stay in downtown.

    05/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    25. Troy B.
    We stayed the night before Mother's Day. Check-in was speedy, friendly and efficient. Our room was on a higher floor and had a great view of downtown Atlanta. It was well appointed, clean and the bedding was excellent. Overall, the room was slightly better overall than other Four Seasons at which we've stayed.
    My wife thoroughly enjoyed the spa and pool saying that the massage was one of the best she has had.
    The next day we went to the Mother's Day brunch which was set up all around the bar and restaurant in a variety of themed areas--Asian, seafood, country, and dessert. The food was not the quality we usually get at F.S., but it was buffet style and there were 200+ diners. That probably explains why the service was slow and inattentive. Still, for $95 per person, I expected more.
    We would probably stay here again, but I doubt we would go to brunch.

    26/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    26. Lisa M.
    Really this hotel was SuperDeDuper.  First class from look to feel.  The room was large and comfortable.  It is the Four Seasons so nothing out of the ordinary or above expectations -- when the bar is set high and met ... Is that really special?, yes it is.

    31/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    27. Nicole F.
    The staff was excellent. Dinner at Park 75 took FOREVER.  We were a party of 4 and ordered a bunch of appetizers and soups- our dinner took 3 hours, way too long. However the food was superb. You must try the deviled eggs. They are outstanding!! Very very good.
    The only thing that I can say that was a tad disappointing was that the hotel needed an upgrade in basic facilities like toilets, sinks and showers.

    18/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    28. charlotte d.
    I can rate the service at 5.  Room at four, as others have said the bathroom is not 5 star.   The pool/hot tub closes at 9pm??? It opens at 6:30 am.  I am a weekend visitor, I wanted to get in the hot tub before bed... It was closed for maintenance, according to the front desk, but no one was servicing the pool or hot tub. I have a hot tub and I have had a pool .  It doesn't take long to service an indoor hot tub.  I will not be up at 6:30 to be in the hot tub. So for those reasons , I rate this hotel at 3.5.

    03/05/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    29. Keli B.
    Happy hour in the lounge: drink #120 was great! Prime rib rolls were tasty. Our servers were nice, and gentleman at valet was helpful in giving us directions.

    20/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    30. Steven S.
    I was teetering between 4 & 5 stars (ideally I would give 4 1/2)  but because of the overall outstanding service, 5 stars it is!  Given the rate for our King Premier room, I expected a higher quality of furniture & room space, although the bathroom was huge with both a tub & shower, with a large vanity/sink.  The sheets were also a bit scratchy, but the pillows were soft & cozy, along with a comfy mattress.  

    The reason this hotel jumps to 5 stars is the incredible attention to detail in service & the amenities.  First, the front desk at check in.  Katherine was terrific in accommodating our very early arrival by checking our bags & informing us of places to see in the area (Piedmont Park & breakfast).  She also allowed us to access the fitness club locker rooms to change/freshen up from our long/early flight in to Atlanta.  We provided our phone number & even though they were at full occupancy the night before (home Falcons game), we received a call at Noon to inform us our room was ready.

    The concierge (both the Rebecca's & Guest Service Manager Jonathan) planned out our evening for us at The Lawrence for drinks & Ecco for dinner.  They could not have been more accurate in their description of each place & placing us somewhere we would like.

    The following morning, I utilized the Fitness Center (had it all to myself at 6:30AM) where the free weights & elliptical were clean & ready with a towel/water bottle.  Muhammed was one of the most attentive service members of any hotel team I have ever seen (working in hotels for my career, I can say this with much experience).  I was very grateful for his hospitality while in the Fitness Center.  Also, sidenote: I met Charles Barkley while in the Fitness Center & he was a really cool guy!

    The concierge was great at checkout because our flight wasn't until later in the day, so they held our bags once again.  Upon leaving, the valet service was also terrific & very quick to assist us.

    Thank you to everyone at the Four Seasons Atlanta for their gracious hospitality.  They do an exceptional job at making anyone who stays there feel extremely important.  We would most certainly be back!

    02/12/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    31. Es E.
    Hands down best dinner experience! I'm speaking of the Thursday night Chef's Kitchen dinner. It's literally served IN the kitchen, about 15 people max. I counted about 7 courses, all family style encouraging everyone to engage. We all walked out happy and with new friends. Chef and entire staff were wonderful. Not stuffy at all, like eating at someone's home. From reservation to farewell, everyone in the hotel was superb.
    There's champagne and some lovely local wine pairings throughout the meal. I won't ruin the dessert experience, but very fun.
    The General Manager even made an appearance which was a lovely touch.
    Can't wait to return for the Burger lunch on Wednesdays. Apparently served in the kitchen as well with 3 seatings.
    Wish there were more stars!

    12/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    32. Semra E.
    Want to spot random celebs? Me too, hang out in the lounge on the second floor for a drink & you will...

    21/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    33. ClosetDork ..
    As a general rule, I normally do not enjoy a business trip to Atlanta (Strangely enough, I end up with a TON of trips there!).  

    Here's why:
    1) MARTA isn't the best to get around in, cabs can be scarce and renting a car means a little bus trip to and from the car rental place by the airport, thus adding at least 30 minutes to the time I have to spend in the airport (see #2)

    2) Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport is up there on my airport sh!tlist, partly because of the very slim chance of on-time departures and partly because I'm no big fan of the odd layout where five or so massive parallel concourses are connected by a light rail.  So... the less time I spend there, the better.

    3) There's really no way I would fly Delta, even if it would get me there in the shortest possible time.  I know United isn't that much better, but my 1K status on United often affords me a far more comfortable flying experience.  So flying to Atlanta means 8 hours of travel (including layover) time each way, therefore wiping out my whole day (and sometimes weekend since I would have to basically fly on Sunday morning and not get there until after dinner time).  

    This last trip, tho, I decided to venture out of the confines of Buckhead and, upon suggestion of a co-worker, try the Four Seasons at Midtown.  

    Holy.  

    Of all the different Atlanta hotels I've been to, this has got to be the best - hands down.  

    The rooms are pretty utilitarian - nice king-sized bed, white linens, soft terry towel robes, marble bathroom and L'Occitane toiletries - and the spa didn't really get much rave on-line, but the service is top notch: (1) the room service doesn't consist of an inedible heap of food and a half-melted dollop of ice-cream hotels dare to call 'dessert' AND there's the 15-minute menu, which is perfect for when I arrive no sooner than 10PM and am dying for a good meal, a bath, and a sleep; (2) the staff are extremely friendly and helpful: the front desk staff, the concierge, the doormen and the restaurant staff; (3) speaking of restaurant, Park 75 is a pretty darn sweet spot for a drink AND serves delicious food.

    The Four Seasons is definitely my favorite Atlanta hotel - I was almost sad to be leaving.... and that's saying something!

    26/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    34. Robert J.
    I've been at lesser quality hotels with more bang for the buck... I mean, it's nice, but for the same price I could stay at the ritz in buckhead or the W a block away.

    23/02/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    35. Bruce C.
    Had a brunch here with friends and the food was average.  They had the normal stuff, scrambled eggs, potatoes, bacon, sausage, danishes, muffins, oranges, grapefruit, and a cook-to-order omelet chef.

    It was fine.  The bacon was hit or miss.  Some was crisp, some was soggy.  The omelet lacked cheese, which perhaps I didn't tell him to put in any.  I just assumed it would come with some, I suppose.  However, it was cooked well. The grapefruit was actually quite good.  Since it's out of season, I got quite a bit and it didn't let me down.

    On the darker side of this review, the parking is below the building, not next to it as we parked.  So we parked there and tried to get our parking validated and the concierge said, "Sorry...  this is for next door."  Booo...  How are you supposed to know it's not?  *sigh*.

    29/04/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    36. Kathleen M.
    Ah, the Four Seasons.

    While I've never stayed in the hotel here, I have spent many a night at the residences. My best friend growing up lived here, which meant our 16 year old selves often went gallivanting through the lobby and rolling up to the valet in our 20 year old cars. Sorry to anyone who stayed there from 2000 to 2002.

    The residences are as nice as you'd expect, taking up the top 20 floors of the building and offering some truly impressive views. The front desk is always quite nice to buzz you up, and the valet never wavers in their friendliness, no matter how pimp your ride. Even the concierge has been known to give us recommendations for places to go back in the day, and if they can make obnoxious 16 year olds happy than I'm pretty sure they can do anything.

    The location is great, the lobby is grand, and I have so so many good memories here. I treasure every time I get to go back.

    23/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    37. Erika M.
    I loved this place starting with their spacious suit, the indoor pool is just awesome as well as the spa. Loved the ambiance at the lobby, and over all was quite a delightful experience.

    21/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    38. V K.
    Really enjoyed my time here. I usually stay a the Ritz Carlton in Buckhead due to location but it was sold out the week I had to be there so I had a chance to stay at this lovely property.

    The indoor pool and fitness facilities were great. I didn't get a spa service but was able to enjoy the steam room and there were robes/slippers (spa amenities) available in the general locker room area.

    The room itself wasn't anything special but it was nice, clean, and spacious.

    It was located in a nice area where I was walking distance to many restaurants.

    The service was excellent, particularly the room service.
    Rizwan (I may be butchering the spelling) deserves an accolade. I need to write the general manager about his service.
    FYI, if you get a chance, try the homemade ice cream. It's excellent.

    11/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    39. Roxie R.
    Typical American motel in an ideal location for exploring the city. The area is well served nearest is the subway to and from the airport and within walking distance there are numerous restaurants and bars local.Le shopping streets are right next door and the city center as well. Quiet rooms despite the proximity of roads quite busy, normal sized bathroom with not particularly spacious, but perfectly functional and adequate. Good cleaning staff courteous.

    10/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    40. Leonardo S.
    This hotel is in a great location right along Atlanta . It is an old classic. The lobby area is ALL decked out in the Christmas Spirit. It looks and feels great. Very festive and fun for the kids with the way it is all set up train and all.

    13/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    41. Cherrie A.
    Overall a great experience. Helpful staff, large bedroom with beautiful views of Lake Atlanta , very good value. We dined on Cape Cod and it was amazing.All hotel exudes an atmosphere of elegance and old world charm, beautiful entrance hall, elegant shops and restaurants and harp playing in the afternoon.Great location too, within walking distance of Hancock Building.The cons were the fees charged for wi-fi and the housekeeping that forgot to take away some plates and cups and replace some coffee supplies.

    13/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    42. Kristie D.
    I am ruined, I will never be able to stay at a lesser hotel again.   Other than a too small lounge//bar it was perfect. The doormen outside especially impressed me, so friendly and helpful.  Service like you so very rarely experience.

    17/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    43. Author T G.
    I was there for the MasterChef audition.  The ballroom was absolutely stunning. The decor was exquisite. Would love to stay recreationally.

    02/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    44. Calvin H.
    The Four Seasons in Atlanta is the benchmark to grade 5 star hotels.  On-point attentive service, spacious well appointed rooms, excellent food / restaurant, onsite spa, the location of the hotel itself is very convenient.  Excellent experience, kudos to the Atlanta staff for being excellent, clearly very well trained.

    11/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    45. Tom E.
    As we get older, our body tends to sometimes break down (OK, maybe just mine), so it needs to get pampered every once in a while to keep it running at its peak.  Well for my birthday, I decided to spend the weekend at the Four Seasons.  Besides, I needed a reason to give it an updated review!  Before I get into my review, I would like to note this is the only AAA 5 Diamond, Mobil 5-star hotel in Atlanta, and after my review, it should be clear why.  Except for the next sentence, you will think I am nuts..

    Getting here at times can be an absolute nightmare.  With its prime location, you may be 2 blocks away, and it may take you 10 minutes to go those 2 blocks.  That is literally the ONLY thing bad I have to say about this place.  You can tell it upset me enough to keep it at 5 stars.

    After being welcomed by valet, coming into the lobby is always a pleasant site.  This time, I was able to see the place with its holiday decorations (I might have taken a few pics) and beautiful red flowers they have on the grand staircase.  Not to mention the chandeliers...  Check in is a breeze and a pleasure as well.  As I was checking in, the lady at the concierge desk overhead the reason I was staying for the weekend was that it was my birthday.  Hold those thoughts for a few...  

    I love how when I checked in, not only I got a room upgrade (hell yea), but I love how I literally got escorted to the elevator.  This is the ONLY hotel I have been to, where they will walk you all the way to the elevator!  Maybe it has happened else where, but not in my sober memory!

    I got a room on the 10th floor, with a great view facing Downtown (as the hotel sits in Midtown).  I just got the basic room, with a view.  The room was spacious, and everything about it was wonderful.  And even that bed- I should have brought it home with me!  Overall, the room is just a great place to relax.  

    I remember going out for the evening on the first night, and coming back to my room with chocolate covered strawberries.  That was an awesome surprise!  I then went to bed, knowing the next day would be busy, as the SEC championship game was in town (I was told I could have possibly been the only guest there not there for the game).  I took advantage of that, heading right for the spa/pool.  Because yes, they have a wonderful heated pool and spa there, I highly suggest you check out!

    Later on Saturday night, I was going to a friends party in Uptown(Buckhead), and the same concierge (which I found out her name to be Rebecca- remember that name!!!) asked me what my dinner plans were.  So I wouldn't have to drive, she arranged for me to get picked up by the hotel's car, the Jag ( jaguarusa.com/models/xj/… ).  Never been in a Jag before, that ride was niiice :)  I had a friend nice enough to bring me home (felt bad for having him drive, but I guess that is what he is there for!!!).

    So when I got back from that dinner Sat night, I saw two things- a birthday cake for me, and a tray/recipe for a rose petal bath.  So you better believe I enjoyed them both!  And yes, that was my first ever rose petal bath.  I guess I did it right?  It helped me go to bed :).

    The worst part about the trip was having to leave.  Thanks to Rebecca, she helped me have a more than memorable birthday, one of the best yet!  Even when my dumbass left my camera charger in the room, she made sure I got it back.  Check out every once in a while, they have some great rates, I highly suggest coming here at least once, if not to stay, then to eat!  If you ever feel like you are out of place, just remember that if a fatty wearing camo can get a room with arms wide open, than I am positive you can too- it's worth it, I promise!

    20/12/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    46. Lauren G.
    I had my wedding here last year and people are still talking about how amazing the food and service was.  A big thank you to Carole Truilo in Sales and Catering for helping organize such a wonderful event.

    08/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    47. Joel C.
    Helpful staff, beautiful room, a really elegant place to stay. Great location by the 'Magnificent Mile' and a few yards from the lake. Really enjoyed my stay here.

    12/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    48. Bill G.
    The room was spacious and the bed was great, but the staff wasn't the necessarily the kind of staff you'd expect from a hotel of The Drakes stature. I had a great deal of difficulty checking in because the front desk continuously tried to hold much more then they were supposed to for incidentals.

    13/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    49. James S.
    I stayed four nights and it was a great experience. The location is very convinient. It is withine walk distance to many attractions. The staff is very helpful and kind. The room is large and clean. The window view is very godd and you can see the beaut

    17/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    50. Sammy F.
    I usually stay ay the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta in Atlanta, GA , but decided to give . I was thrilled at the experience. We had a great suite with 3 corners that covered the entire end of the building. Views in three directions were great. The location was great, close to everything that I wanted and the building was extremely well maintained. I will probably choose a Peninsula over a Four Seasons if I have a choice, based on this experience, and I have been a loyal Four Seasons guy for years.

    18/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    51. Cathryn A.
    I've stayed in many, many hotels, and I don't think I've ever experienced the level of customer service that we experienced at this hotel. They take it to a completely different level. Everything else was great, but doesn't come close to the customer service.

    24/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    52. Gwynedd D.
    Great hotel in midtown, truly a five-star hotel up to world class standards.

    Good points:

    When my room was not ready (due to it being a smoking-optional room-? people still smoke in hotel rooms?) as I waited for a room reassignment, I was quickly upgraded to a suite. I didn't ask or complain. I was on limited time before I had to change for dinner, didn't say a peep about this and I was taken care of. That was pleasant.

    The rooms are lovely, the bed comfortable. The shower and bathtub functional, luxurious and nice toiletries (in this case, they were Bulgari.)

    Very very clean in all aspects.

    The food at our meeting was excellent--a minor quibble and not really surprisng--the only breads at breakfast are pastries but that is an American issue, not the hotel. It's hard to find non-sweetened things for breakfast in the US or else eggs-bacon etc. But there was ample fruit and some yogurt.

    The staff was friendly and helpful.

    Internet: free if you want the slower version, good for email. Gamers can pay for higher download speed. Fine with me.

    Less-than-good points (nothing really bad.)

    Feather pillows in room. These are a terrible allergen for some of us and when they are in the room, they've already contaminated the air. I would hope eventually hotels move to synthetic down. They clean up better, they are more sanitary and they are not allergenic.

    Summary: a truly first-class hotel and I'd love to stay there again.

    11/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    53. Adam P.
    One of my favorite hotel chains. Maybe the favorite. This one does not disappoint. Good location, lounge, ambience, loved the live piano music during the day. Staff is what you would expect, very helpful, accommodating and professional.

    Men's spa facilities was decent for it being complimentary self serve, sauna and steam room. Indoor pool and hot tub that adjoins an outdoor patio

    09/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    54. Lisa G.
    Gorgeous hotel located in Midtown Atlanta with great amenities and wonderful staff.  

    Right before you walk into the hotel, the staff is already greeting you and asking you how they can help you.  Check-in process was easy and the rooms are very nice.  Bed is very comfortable and the room is very spacious.  The bathrooms are nice with a separate tub and shower and a lot of the rooms come with a view.

    There is a bar/lounge area downstairs with reasonably priced drinks, a gym with complimentary water bottles, and spa services.

    22/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    55. Lindsay W.
    I was here for a meeting.  The room was easy to find and was comfortable.  It was a bit chilly, but they quickly corrected it so we were not freezing.  Breakfast was set up outside the room with some pastries.  The pastries were cut really small so I could have eaten 3-4 of them but needed to remember to save some for other people.  The coffee was nice and hot.  I really enjoyed the fresh fruit cups.

    Each table had glasses and pitcher of water and some sucking candies, which is always nice.

    Overall, it was nice.  I just wish that the room had some natural night.

    13/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    56. Allie W.
    Very pet friendly! My pup always gets the VIP treatment. Great service. Seriously comfortable beds. The food is outstanding. The location makes it very convenient for walking most everywhere.

    We never stay any where else in Atlanta. Always a five star experience.

    17/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0