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Loews Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta, GA

Loews Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta, GA

Specialties

Loews Atlanta hotel is proof positive that opposites really do attract. Here, you'll find that our sleek futuristic tower blends perfectly with old-world hospitality. The look of our spectacular two-story, white-marble lobby is cool and refined, but the greeting you receive is warm and welcoming. And since we're situated right in the heart of Midtown, you'll enjoy the perfect Atlanta experience during your stay with us.

History

Established in 2010.

Walk into a stylish new atmosphere where contemporary Southern style meets classic luxury. Located in the heart of Atlanta, Loews Atlanta Hotel exceeds our guest's expectations by providing experiences through personal engagement and putting you first.

A premier choice among Atlanta luxury hotels, we offer 414 rooms and 44 suites which have been designed to be supremely comfortable and are equipped with all the amenities necessary to anticipate your every need. Each room was carefully laid out to create a spacious environment that feels more like a second home than a hotel room.

Join us for a meal at eleven where our chef Olivier Gaupin uses farm-sourced local ingredients to create modern interpretations of classic southern dishes. Don't have time? Pull up a seat at Bar Eleven and enjoy one of our signature cocktails or grab a delectable snack from Market, our gourmet snack bar, during your stay at this top choice among Midtown Atlanta hotels .

 

Company Info:

Rating: 4.10

Address: 1065 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309
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Comments (109):

1. Miss P.
ummm, this place has a tv in the bathroom.  need i say more?

08/11/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Anna L.
New hotel and it's obvious as everything is fresh and shiny.  The carpet even has that "new smell".  We were very happy with our stay here.  The rooms were nice and the food at the bar/restaurant were quite good.  I would return.  Big hotel and there are a lot of competitors in the area but it seems like these guys are doing well as it was fully booked the random weekend in June that we were there for a wedding.

08/10/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Sorrybanker P.
Great hotel. Quiet rooms, good beds, good bar, good food albeit not inviting dining area. Other dining within walking distance.  No pool for kids but great spa for mom.

23/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Larry N.
Very nice hotel. Rooms extremely comfortable and hotel personnel were very friendly and professional. The hotel features a gym and spa run by Exhale, and it is as nice as you'll find. Our only knock on this hotel is that on Thursday evenings, they have some sort of jazz night in the lobby that, at least the Thursday night of our stay, was incredibly loud. I suspect the majority of hotel guests would agree.

11/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Johanna E.
Had drinks here before the Jeffrey Fashion Cares event-  A few glasses of Champagne at the bar.  The staff seemed overwhelmed with the number of people, but the service is still great and they have a good selection of bubbles!

06/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Glen G.
Excellent all around.  Friendly staff, great workout facility, good bar scene, excellent food, luxury accommodations.  A+ all around.

23/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Borivoje T.
My whole team stayed at the Loews Hotel in Atlanta for four full weeks and the hotel itself is very good, people are friendly and we had absolutely no complaints about our stay (that is why I just couldn't give one star).  However, I think that their rewards program is horrible.  Basically whether you stay for one night or (like us) 19 nights, you will get basically the same "rewards."  The way it works is that they will count the number of times you checked in, not the amount of money or volume of business that you have brought to their hotel, so whether you spent $100 or $3000 you will get the same number of "points" stays that will count toward your preferred guest status.
As such, I would recommend staying at Loews if you are staying for 2 or less nights, but if you are traveling on business and are staying longer than that, pick some other place as pretty much all other major hotels have better rewards program, programs that actually reward your loyalty to the brand and that make better business sense... if you stay longer and spend more money they reward you better.

12/02/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
8. Andrea S.
I had booked myself a great rate at the Four Seasons nearby and was about to drive off to Nashville to explore for a few days. In the morning while walking around Midtown I stopped in at the Loews. Immediately I was impressed by the vibe in there, which is so much more alive than the Four Seasons. It was bright and young feeling with a warm comfort to it. Then when asking at the front desk about rates and advice on Nashville a man named Caz said he'd show me around. He showed me a few rooms, walked me to the gym (so big and yoga!). The way he treated me sold me to move my reservation to Loews and cancel my Nashville idea. I stayed there 4 nights because of Caz, and was completely impressed how all the staff treated me so genuinely kind. I really don't know that I've ever experienced a place where every single staff seemed so happy to work there and treated me like I was a part of that. Two concierges, Kelsey and Jonathan also made me feel like I could ask them anything. When traveling alone I have to say that it was the nicest experience. I loved the room, the tv, the coffee machine to wake up to, the quiet room, the bed and pillows and comforter, the bathroom, the view, the location, and 5 stars for the staff. I also had Trent and Jerome drive me each day and they could not of been kinder. Whoever hires people at this hotel knows what they are doing. I will now always look for the Loews in every city I travel to.

22/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Mary H.
For a hotel so nice, it's certainly struggling on the customer service front. I've called the concierge on several occasions and spoke with unenthusiastic and seemingly annoyed employees. I've even been hung up on a few times. Interesting for a hotel in which its guests pay so much to stay there that they can't employ people that know customer service is their JOB. Shame. Not impressed.

29/03/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
10. Randy S.
This was a great hotel stay. Here for a conference on-site, this brand spanking new hotel gets nothing but a 5 star rating...

Easy to find, quick and courteous check-in. The desk person asked if I had a computer and needed internet access and said by joining their rewards club, I'd get it for free. Sign me up, baby. The lobby is spacious and swank; the rooms are ultra cool without being the kind of place that doesn't have charm. Loved the bed, the desk, desk chair and big comfy chair w/ chaise. As the other person commented, that damned bathroom is the bomb. Glass shower, plus tub big enough for me to take a bath (I did!), big beautiful vanity, flat screen with remote...oh, and a toilet! Awesome bathroom. Room service was prompt, if expensive, and the food was excellent and nice size portions. Every one of the staff was polite and courteous. About the only complaint was the missing ice bucket from my room but they brought one up, filled with ice less than 5 minutes after making the call.

There even were some free cookies and water once I first got to the room. The area around the hotel is loaded with bars and restaurants that are only a short walk from the hotel. I have to say, I've been pretty impressed by this place. Would definitely stay here if in the Atlanta area again ...

05/05/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
11. Melissa L.
Our company held an event here this past week.  The place is brand new and some features like the fitness center are not complete yet.

Valet parking was prompt and courteous.  Checkin was unbelievably quick and easy.  Service was excellent.

The decor throughout is modern and chic but warm and comfortable, not cold like some of the modern decor and boutique hotels can be.

The room had an LG flat panel tv, a nice desk and chair, a nice comfy chair to curl up in and read.  I had a king size bed that was very comfortable.  

But the bathroom was what set it apart.  It had a glass walled shower as well as a larger than normal bathtub.  The vanity was one of the new pieces that looks more like a piece of furniture than just a vanity.  And there was even a small flat panel tv in the bathroom.

What's more, the convention services were top notch.  There is a set of elevators that are express to go straight to the 14th floor convention area as well as the lobby and garage.  There is yet another bank that goes to all 26 floors.

The food was pretty much what I have come to expect from a Loews hotel based on the incredible food that Chef Elaine Taubin prepares at the Loews here in Nashville.  It wasn't quite as creative and good as her food but close.

Our opening reception and meal consisted of: tomato/bacon/green pea salad, cold crawfish & corn salad, shrimp and grits, braised short rib, chicken and vegetables, pork tenderloin, and a shrimp boil.  Everything was prepared perfectly.

Breakfast was a very nice spread with beautiful fruit that was perfectly ripe along with pastries, eggs, bacon, sausages and hash browns.

Lunch was another buffet that had salads, seafood stew, chicken parmesan, tortellini in a cream sauce and penne in what appeard to be a vodka sauce.

Oh and at both the dinner and lunch the desserts were as good as they were beautiful.

Our rates for these events usually have the food and convention services built in to them but it was much lower than I expected.  They are running specials since they just opened but for mid-town Atlanta and this nice, I consider it moderately priced.

Oh - it's location is GREAT and convenient.

01/05/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
12. Amanda F.
We love staying here on our drives down to FL.  Dog friendly and accepts 2 dogs at a time which is key.  Staff is friendly and the location can't be beat.. right off the highway in midtown..

18/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
13. Shirley G.
We had a lovely two-night stay in a Corner King Room on the 22nd floor.
What a great view!
Good A/C, comfortable bed, good reading lights.
Terrible, awful, horrible pillows.
And the shower head....well, you would get better water pressure
from your garden hose....
But there was a separate tub and good towels.
Good lobby for sitting around and chatting, with a bar that gave us
a free cake when they found out it was my birthday.
The restaurant?  Well, the food was okay but the service,
while pleasant, was ultra-slow.
Maybe it's a Southern thing....

23/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
14. Amber F.
The staff here was amazing. They gave us free shuttle service all over the city, told us of places we had to visit, have us good directions to the MARTA and generally made our stay incredibly pleasant.

They have an amazing lobby and the rooms are fabulous. Staying here is a no-brainer, especially because for the price you really do get a lot of bang for your buck.

Also, it really is in walking distance to a lot of great attractions and I know Centennial Park is just a few minutes away. They know where it is too. They shuttle the shit out of you!

30/10/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
15. Shana F.
This hotel is VERY nice. As soon as you enter you know it is definitely in the luxury hotel class for a reason. Gorgeous lobby with a huge seating area & large open bar.
They have valet parking, Bell-hops who are REALLY on the ball, friendly concierge and somewhat friendly front desk women.
We chose this hotel because it is in walking distance to everything. And the price was phenomenal for how nice this place is.
I suggest self-park which would be behind the building in a garage attached to the hotel for $14 a night ($20 a night for in/out) as opposed to over priced valet OR the open lot across the street that WILL boot your car if you are even a minute past your deadline time.
The room was extremely nice with freshly washed EVERYTHING. 300-thread-count, 100% cotton bed linens with down comforters and oversized pillows - smelled like bleach & detergent - which is a GOOD thing. ;-)
Huge flat screen tv in the room & a smaller one in the bathroom. Bath was really nice & squeaky clean. Huge glass shower with bathtub on the opposite wall. Free toiletries.
Room also has 24 hour room service. Which we had to call to get the key for the mini-fridge. It took maybe 2 min or less to get the key - VERY NICE! Fridge and cabinet next to fridge is well stocked with extreme pricing on all the items of course (beer, soda, water, chips, crackers, cookies, etc). We just removed them all & loaded in the beer we brought.
The coffee/teas were free & had a nice selection with a Keurig pod maker.
Also had 2 nice robes in the closet and a laptop safe you program with your own electronic code.
Nice desk & ergonomic chairs in room with wireless internet that is not free.
Restaurant, Bar & really nice store with coffee & treats for sale on the first floor. Live music in the bar/lobby area at night. By live I mean real people with classical instruments. Piano man & huge bass player and lady who could sing.
The only negative I can say was our room was located next to the ice maker room. We could hear very clearly when someone would get ice. Thankfully only a few people did.
Need better insulation on that wall but we didnt hear any other guests and the hotel was booked.

12/08/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
16. Tanya C.
I stayed at Loews because the conference I was attending was being held here. I was very excited to stay in this new hotel, but just like a new pair of shoes, it need to be worn in a bit before its perfect.

When I first arrived at Loews the taxi driver didn't know where it was located and complained that hotels should have informed all the taxis of its opening so that they knew where to go. The front of the hotel, where they dropped off cars and people was very small and the taxi I was in was told to move a few times since it was blocking a car even though it would have only taken 3 minutes to dump me off.

The doorman took my bags in and directed me to the checkin. The people at the checkin were very pleasant and I got a room on the 10th floor. The room was very nicely decorated, just like the pictures on the website. The bed was comfy and the decor was nice and tasteful. I loved that they had a separate shower and bath. I read complaints online regarding the bad water pressure the higher up you go, but on the 10th floor it was fine. So I guess you just have to sacrifice a better view for better water pressure which was fine by me~. And WOW there is even a TV in the restroom o_O. I didn't enjoy that they charged $9.95 for internet but eh, my job was going to pay for it so it didn't effect me. I couldn't locate the ice container, which made we wonder... do four star hotels just not have ice machines? Also the gym was still being built so I had to walk two blocks to another gym which the hotel had a deal with. Another reason to wait a while before going to a new gym. The main annoyance was that the gym closed pretty early, if your a member you get a card to get in while their closed but not for loews patrons.

Then of course trouble had to occur. At 9pm my toilet backed up (ew) and I called the front desk to get it fixed. An engineer came but was unable to fix the problem so he said they would move me to another room. It took ~30 minutes before someone came up and gave me my card for a room 2 rooms down. This room was much the same though I preferred the old room. I did not like that the air vent is right above the desk. As I work on my laptop the cold air just made me cold and unhappy...

Also when I stay in my room I usually put the privacy please sign on my door.  So when I left it it said that room service attempted to drop something of but I requested privacy and to call them to redeliver. So I did and they said they will send someone up right away. 1.5 hours later still no one so I called back since I wanted to shower. They said that someone wrote my room number on a piece of paper but did not say what was suppose to be delivered there... So they will send someone up right away. 15 minutes later I got my complementary cookies and a small Fiji water to say thank you for staying at Loews. Really the cookies were not worth the waiting but it was a nice idea and I appreciated it.

I also read in the little book they provide about the restaurant and found that ice machines are on every other floor. So I began hunting for it. There are no signs to point me in the right direction so I thought that since I couldn't find ice on the 10th floor I would try the 11th. So after wandering around I found it. The ice machine was behind a door much like the one to a room with a very small sign saying ice. I also found the ice room on the 10th floor after taking the stairs down... which was wierd. I guess they didn't want to have an arrow directing people to this room because its not as fancy? I dunno but it made life more difficult.

The hotel is located very close to a lot of restaurants so typically I would eat out since I enjoy trying new restaurants. This was definitely a plus.

Front Desk Service: 4 stars (very nice and helpful)
Room Service: 1 star (how can a four star hotel forget about you, lesser stars are more responsible)
Hotel functionality: 3 stars (toilet problems, but maybe it was unavoidable?)
Overall: 3 stars

06/05/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
17. Anita I.
Let's start with the points to improve on.

I know it sounds dire but hear me out. If you owned (or ran) this place you would want to hear this too. So bear with me.

1. The wine list needs to be expanded. It was not as expansive as I thought it would be for such a fine establishment. Maybe it's my tour of the California wine country that has made me look at wine lists with a fine tooth comb trying to find the fine wines I experienced in CA. Their wine list here was just limited.

2. While you're at it try to find bartenders that actually know about wine. Yes. I said that. I asked them for a Viognier and they didn't know what that was. How can you not know this? Lucas and Llewlyn has a fabulous Viognier, add it to the wine list and teach them what it is.

3. Try to give us wine in actual wine glasses. You know those fabulous balloon wine glasses that make everything taste good. Not the double old-fashioned looking glasses that don't accentuate the wine. Comon, now Loew's, put some thought into it.

4. Finally, parking. If I park indoors and I patronise your business, I need to have my parking validated somehow. Especially after I've spent a good, hefty chunk of change (in this recession I might add). That's just a rip off, to have me patronise your business and then make me pay to park my cars indoors. Dare I say it again, RIP OFF!

Now, the good.

This place is just beautiful. Just divine. It makes all the other W's bow their head in shame. It's that beautiful. It's a close tie between this and the St. Regis for the best looking hotel in Atlanta. But this is in the lead because of the location. They have this acoustic set on Thursday nights that was just a brilliant idea. Brilliant.

So work on the points above, and you have yourself a winner here.

25/06/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
18. Haley T.
Pros: If you're going to visit Atlanta, Midtown is a prime location. You are walking distance to everything great - the restaurants, the bars, the museums, etc. (Do NOT stay downtown - very violent and not close to anything worthwhile). This hotel has a great gym in that its a full gym, not a treadmill in a closet. The beds are comfy and the employees are very courteous. The food at the restaurant downstairs is pretty good too.

Cons: The biggest con is the horrible shower heads. Seriously the worst shower experience ever. I don't  know why a luxurious hotel like the Loews would use such inferior shower heads. I could drive to a dumpster, pick up a cheap, rusty, used shower head, come back and install it, and it would work better than the shower heads that are currently in the hotel. And I've stayed in every level room here. Even the nicest suites have these same crappy shower heads. Blows my mind. So please - do what I was forced to do. Every morning, I would have to get up and go down to the gym (on level 7). Walk in to the gym bathroom and use their showers. They have the rain shower heads - very luxurious. There is also a steam room right next to the showers so you can have a good steam beforehand. The showers in the gym are 100x better than the showers in the guest rooms. Apparently, the needs of the gym patrons are way more important than the hotel room guests. So take advantage.

Another con - the bar is beautiful, but boring. As someone who travels for work, I like hotel bars where the bartenders have personality and will engage in conversation with you, even for a few minutes. Here, the bartenders take your drink order, no smile, give you your drink and walk away. The TVs are always on ESPN, so nothing to look at there. I guess they only cater to businessmen with no personality.

19/06/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
19. Tracy W.
I am on a BALL today! My past weekend was amazing!

Welcome to LOWES....Welcome Welcome...Wish I own this hotel. Well, I don't...so, let's go!
I only hit places such as: hotels, lounges, etc for cocktails and to chill out with my girls and talk ish by catching up on our lives (personal moments) cleanse the soul.

Anywho.. $10 drinks that are STRONG! STRONG! I have been to the W hotel and others for that matter for drinks and all that jazz and normally pay: what? $12-15 for one drink for it to be worthless.

Not here...

My vote: One of the best bars around the city!

08/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
20. Melinda A.
Excellent hotel, excellent staff, room we had was gorgeous and comfy. Complimentary wifi with YouFirst rewards, complimentary tea and coffee facilities in the room!! Had a great time at Loews ATLANTA and was really sad to leave!! Will definitely return

31/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
21. Nestor H.
Very good hotel in a very convenient location in midtown.  I travel here quite often and it's one of the better ones around.  Room accommodations and amenities are excellent although they can't seem to deliver regular tea--only herbals.   Sadly, it drops a star because it insists on inserting the same timeworn annoyances of hotels of its ilk--WiFi at $9/day (really?!?!?!); overpriced restaurant menu; and room service fees of $4/order plus 22% service charge.  I'm on an expense account but can't justify paying for such absurdities.

03/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
22. Jenn D.
I attended a conference on the upper conference floor. So this review is just for the conference center. Do conference planners even use yelp?

I've been to three tech conferences over the past year and the facilities at this hotel were by far the most flashy with the least substance.

There was spotty to no wireless in Overlook room, which is essential for a tech conference.  The coffee cups were not fully washed; I encountered lipstick on my coffee cup. A couple of stalls in the restroom were leaking water all over the floor. The signs letting people know what food was being served were wrong on at least 3 dishes.

The 2nd day of the conference the signs pointing us between the two rooms were gone, and it's pretty easy to get turned around up there (we ended up walking through the set up area for another event).

The staff was very friendly upon entering the hotel and the place is very beautiful, but there is still a lot of room for improvement.

27/09/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
23. Malia V.
Best hotel experience ever...and I travel 3 weeks a month! The staff were so professional, courteous, and helpful. Beautiful hotel...I mean tv in bathroom! Great restaurants and Robert at concierge gave us great recommendations! I'm a fan!

12/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
24. Geert G.
Great hotel, everything you need for business and holliday. Good connection to downtown and world of coca cola. Got some good tips to eat out. Very helpfull staff. Only 30 dollars for valet parking is too much. Tip if you register you get free wifi !

11/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
25. Rashaud B.
I stayed in the Loews Atlanta Hotel several times after its initial opening in April 2010. I have recently been back and am still floored by the level of service that this staff provides. The rooms are excellent, bathrooms are large and cozy, and room service is prompt.  The downstairs bar is also great if you want to grab a cocktail. I would say that this is the most comfortable hotel that I've ever stayed in. Period.

Only two warnings:

1. If your room is on higher floor (10 and above) you will have a really difficult time getting a cell phone signal - this was my experience - hopefully they've gotten this fixed by now.

2. The parking attendants/security guards in the back of the building can be obnoxious at times. Complain immediately if you have a parking issue.

14/04/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
26. D M.
Beautifully designed hotel and great staff.  Room service is refreshingly inexpensive in comparison to other hotels in similar sized cities. Only thing I don't like is the daily charge for wifi, should be included in the rate.

16/12/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
27. George N.
Tough to find fault with this wonderful facility. Great ambiance, decor. Top notch service. Food was great. Best of all, workout facility rivaled the best I've experienced.  We had a large company function here, all were very pleased.

27/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
28. Beretta F.
New hotel smack in the middle of Atlanta's downtown area. This is an attractive and modern, yet reasonably-priced hotel, and was an enjoyable place to stay. Pet-friendly, too!

Great art in the rooms - edgy and modern, but very well-done and not kitschy.  High ceilings, comfortable bed, great furnishings. Nice touches like cool water glasses, full-length mirror, and a fold-out couch with extra linens and throw blanket. Our room was a corner one with a great view. Separate bathtub and a glassed in shower were great to have.

Hits: Starbucks with lots of food options, gifts (ties, scarves), and last-minute extras like aspirin, toothbrushes, etc. right off the huge and gorgeous lobby. A bonus is that the Marta stop is 2 scenic blocks away.

Meh: The valet service was good and friendly, but the front desk failed to communicate with them twice. Get the direct number to call the valet from your room.

10/05/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
29. valencia c.
This review is for the Lowes Lobby Bar Only!

Beautiful bar.  Very sleek and stylish yet non-pretentious.

We visited on Saturday night around 9pm for drinks and dessert.   There was excellent live jazz music and the place was full of energy.  Dress code is upscale casual.

I highly recommend the Carrot Cake.  Best I've had in a long time.  Kudos to the pastry chef!

Great; reasonably priced drink menu. There is also a very nice outdoor terrace.

Normally you might not think of making a hotel bar a destination spot but this one breaks the mold!

22/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
30. Kelly C.
In the heart of Midtown, this über modern chic hotel is the perfect location for a fun weekend. You can walk to the trendy restaurants and bars in this hip neighborhood or jump over to the art museum in no time at all. The rooms are clean, comfy and beautiful. The staff is kind and helpful. The bar in the lobby is hopping and the food is tasty too.

30/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
31. Michael C.
Five star! Room service a little ordinary, but otherwise top notch hotel

14/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
32. Susana M.
Very nice hotel. Stayed here for 2 nights for a conference. They have tvs in the bathroom. Take a bubble bath while watching your favorite show. You'll be glad you did. ;)

15/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
33. Howie E.
Great location
Meals from room service are very good
The huge problem is the hotel is noisy.  I arrived Thursday night and could not hear the women at the front desk due to the band in the bar.
Friday night same thing but this time it was a dj
Rooms have no windows to open for fresh   air.
Rooms also loud hear people in the hall as well as street noise.

I am sure you could find better in the area.

29/10/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
34. Brandi K.
Beautiful hotel nicely decorated, very clean, and great restaurant in the lobby.

14/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
35. Gretchen S.
We chose this new hotel for our wedding night stay and could not have been happier. The introductory rate for the supreme king was the same as the basic king down the street at the tired  W, so it was a no brainer. We even got a sweet upgrade, landing us in an amazing king suite on the top floor (maybe second to the top as you do not need the key to access). The room was spacious and gorgeous- with everything a wedding night needs- robes and a mini bar!

The bed was exceptionally soft yet firm- very comfortable and the in room coffee wasn't bad either. Only small complaint- the water pressure seemed a little slow- it took a while to fill the tub, but yet my groom was able to shower at the same time with perfectly adequate pressure. Another slight wrinkle, being a new hotel, it was a bit difficult to find the entrance- its not on Peachtree Street- you have to drive around.

When I called the very pleasant bellman directly in the morning to request a cab, it was so sweet to be addressed as Mrs. "H" for the first time. What a great way to start a new life! We'll be back and will strongly suggest that our out-of-towners give it a try as well.

19/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
36. Michelle C.
I agree with a little bit of each review.  The full 4 stars is for the staff.  Every person we interacted with was very friendly and professional from bell staff to restaurant to front desk.  Great customer service.  The actual rooms were nothing to write home about.  I would still place Intercontinental, Westin, W, etc above Loew's.  The noise from the street is noticeable so this wouldn't be a "book a hotel to sleep".  I noticed every ambulance or motorcycle that passed but wasn't annoyed.  I was so tired each evening that it didn't matter.  The bathroom is nice but I had a passing thought that the shower is a one person only - so no romantic showers here.  The breakfast was very good and the omelette chef, Gary, was very friendly.  Waffles were nice and crispy.  Omelette was great.  Overall, I'd stay again but I still rank it lower than the other comparable hotels.  I forgot to add, you will see celebrities here.  I saw Elsa Pataky (Fast & Furious/Thor's real life wife) and my husband saw Tasha Smith (Why did I get married) among a few.  I guess they like it here.

28/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
37. Denise D.
Nice Hotel but the front desk lady was rude and not helpful at all. We stayed one night for the Food and Wine festival and my husband is a Loews member, but we still got no king bed and the room wasn't ready. I could deal with both of those things, but I seriously doubted that every person checking in was a member and members are supposed to get some type of perks aren't they? Concierge was nice, but he wouldn't give us any real opinions and I despise that. I always ask what they like and say I won't hold them responsible and then I make my own decisions. He was quite obstinate and wouldn't comment on any restaurant so I finally got frustrated and left.

Bar was quite nice, daytime bartenders were a bit stand-offish, but the young ladies in the evening were quite nice and personable.

Room was fine and we had a nice  view. I would stay here again for business or pleasure. Housekeepers were nice as well, in fact, they were much nicer than the folks in the front desk. Kudos to them.

02/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
38. Katie K.
I recommend this hotel over any in the midtown area! I was very impressed with the decor and vibe here at this hotel! Very upbeat and nice! The decor is elegant and hip. They have a Keurig in the room with free coffee! Everything I new which I love makes it seem super clean! Staff is friendly and very helpful! This hotel exceeded  my expectations and recommend it over any hotel on Atlanta! I wasted my money at the Four Seasons.

31/12/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
39. Jenn P.
Is it possible to give 6 stars?  I just returned from a weekend in the A, I stayed in this hotel and it was the absolute best hotel experience I have ever had!!!!  The hotel is very contemporary without being gaudy, the staff was incredibly friendly and helpful.  Then I came upstairs to my room; one word to describe it SEXY!!!!!  Floor to ceiling windows, HUGE bed that puts you right to sleep, amazing views of the city, clean lines and modern to the very end.  I would recommend this hotel to anyone that values the hotel experience.  One word of advice:  if you go to the bar, ask them to make a Caipirnha with the Leblon Cachaca.  It is deelish and sure to set you evening off right.  :)

I cant wait to go back to the A!

PS-  I forgot to mention the TV in the bathroom.  Perfect!

19/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
40. Stuart S.
Beautiful hotel.  Great service and location.  The only reason it did not get 5 stars is because of the subtle shortcuts they took in the bathrooms.  No Jacuzzi tub, cheap shower heads and a cheap glass shower unit--water splashes outside of it horribly when used.  Our toilet was running a bit every 5-6 minutes (I actually timed it for a half hour because I was curious) and the water pressure in the shower was weak. Beyond that the room is absolutely spectacular!  Great decor and setup.

The bed is huge, comfortable and well pillowed.  The comforter is awesome.  The HD TV is a good size and the complimentary in room keureg coffee is great in the morning.

23/06/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
41. Taylor Marie S.
This hotel is great. to describe it in one word I would say its fabulous. My husband and I stayed in the Grand Suite and it was just beautiful.  The decor through out the hotel and the room is very modern and up to date. The staff was great also and very polite.  I felt like they really worked well as a team. The concierge was very knowledgeable and he gave us some great recommendations.  
The area and the location is great and it's close to Buckhead, probably the most vibrant area of Atlanta.  There you can find some great places to dine or go out.  I don't believe the hotel provides a shuttle but it is only about 10 minutes away.  I highly recommend this hotel because our stay was perfect.

27/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
42. Gayle C.
Just spent four nights here. Was there for a conference which was also held in the hotel. Arrived at the airport and took MARTA ($6 - round trip), cab ride about $40/one way and Super shuttle is $16/one way. Hotel is located at the Midtown stop about a 15 minute ride on MARTA, then a 2 blocks walk from the train. Well worth the short walk.

Served champagne at check in. Very classy!! Room was spacious and had many amenities, such as bathrobes, Keurig coffee maker, free internet (sign up for Elite status), and great view of the city. Read about the shower head and did experience the low pressure but when I adjusted the head to the next setting, it was perfect...hot and great pressure. Breakfast was great in the dining room, hotel shop serves Starbucks coffee and some pastries and sandwiches. Room service was prompt and food was served hot. The Lobby Bar can be quite noisy when the crowds are there, especially if you are there to meet friends.

Very impressed by this hotel would definitely return.

26/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
43. David W.
My Vehicle window was smashed out and professional camera stolen in their "secure" parking deck.  There are no security cameras and a lack of response and knowledge by building security of what to do and how to remedy the situation.  Hotel and Building Management, Daniel Corporation in Birmingham, AL has said they accept no responsibility for the structure and building they own and manage.

All of this at a location I frequent daily as well as the highly touted "12th & Midtown" Anchor of the Midtown Mile.  I am seriously upset with this and really worried for unknowing guests and spa members walking through the garage believing they are secure and safe.

16/02/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
44. Tammy W.
I had to stay at the Loews for 2 weeks due to a flood in my apartment. The staff, food, hotel rooms, and overall atmosphere were amazing. Loews is right smack in the middle of Midtown and is walking distance to many restaurants/bars/lounges so no worries about a designated driver.  The hotel room was clean and modern and fresh. I am very critical about cleanliness and am easily grossed out by a hotel room. I was never grossed out at the Loews. Also, the staff was so nice and accommodating! If they make eye contact you, you are greeted with a sincere smile and a hello. The last week I was there they had water infused with fruit in the lobby. I have no idea how they made this delicious treat from the heavens but it's a winner and they should continue doing it. I highly recommend the Loews to anyone visiting Atlanta or anyone with a destroyed apartment needing a place to stay for a night or two or 14.

14/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
45. Larry G.
I think this just may be the fanciest hotel I've ever stayed at...so far.  Sorry, Atlantic City and Las Vegas!

I walked in and went ooh'ing and ahh'ing.  Marble everywhere in the lobby.  The staff at the reservation desk were friendly and knowledgeable.  Wait a minute!  Wait!  Wait!  Wait!  I actually got customer service!  I thought that was a thing of the past.  DC...you could learn a thing or two from Atlanta.

My room was oh-my-God-ish!  The bathroom had a separate bathtub and glass-encased shower.  There's a TV mounted right next to the toilet.  I guess people stay in the bathroom longer in this hotel, eh?

The room was freaking awesome.  The bed was king-sized.  There was a lounge chair with an ottoman.  A table with two chairs suitable for a small meeting.

There was a refrigerator with all kinds of beverages, non- and alcoholic.  Next to it were snack offerings such as a can of M&Ms and gummy bears.  Ooooo...it took a LOT of willpower not to break open the gummy bears.  What stopped me was seeing water bottles that would cost you $6 each.  Well...if water is $6...how much are the snacks?  Nah!

Plus, there was this special little case for your naughty needs.  Now, there's a first.

I came here for my doctoral residency which the workshops were held at the same hotel.  Man, I've never seen such high ceiling at a hotel.

I knocked off a star because they offered foo-foo food for lunch.  (Foo-foo is what I called those food that only the uppity snobbity people eat.)  I think everyone complained because the next day, we had the regular burgers and stuff.  Well, good because the first day...I probably only recognized like 2 food out of 25 food that was offered.  

Other than that, it was a really really really nice place to stay.

16/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
46. Toshia M.
Hung out here on Valentines night with the hubby and some friends.  We had such a great time.  The drinks were so good, the music was upbeat and diverse.  I wasn't expecting this on Valentines Day but we really enjoyed ourselves.

15/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
47. Sheryl H.
My fiancé and I had the luxury of staying here after winning a weekend stay.  I was quite surprised to learn that this hotel is overrated.  Although the bed was comfortable, I found that overall our room was not much different from a Hampton Inn or Hilton Hotel.  I was expecting more than average from this hotel and found the room bar and amenities to be way overpriced. Even the room Wi-Fi came with a price. I will mention that the one thing we appreciated was the service that our server, Jamarcus, provided when we attended Sunday brunch at Eleven restaurant.

01/10/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
48. Tabitha C.
my second time here was here in Jan and  in August for business.. great hotel, clean, very pleasant helpful and polite people working there.. great location, in working distance to plenty of different culture excellent restaurants.. Will most diff stay here again..

01/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
49. Lynn S.
I spent 3 days at the Loews in Atlanta.  My stay was exceptional.  The hotel staff was nice and friendly, the accommodations were impeccable and the restaurant (although I only ate breakfast in it daily) always served my food hot.  

If you are ever in Atlanta I would recommend staying at the Loews!

16/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
50. Kristina A.
Love this hotel. I stayed here for business whereas I am usually put up at the Intercontinental. Lowes is a great hotel with great service. Love the bar and restaurant. The two meals I had in the restaurant were delicious and beyond reasonably priced. It makes eating in the hotel every night a no-brainer!!

I also think the rooms are great. Lots of towels, tv in the bathroom, separate shower and tub, just perfect! I didn't love the bamboo toiletries and I wish they would offer some bubble bath for the tub!

And the spa/fitness area is amazing. Yoga classes, amazing gym, sauna, etc! Only drawback is the gym closes at 10:30pm.

This is a great hotel. Can't say enough good things about it. There's also a little market to get goodies!

08/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
51. Prettylilredhead H.
I'm currently staying at this hotel for work.  I have never had a less enjoyable stay at a hotel.  Here is why: hotels, are by nature, designed for sleeping.  This is nearly impossible at this location.  I stayed over a weekend and the amount of noise generated on the street all night on Friday and Saturday makes me wonder why this wasn't taken into consideration during the design and building process.  Motorcycles and horn honking dominated the evening on Saturday, well into the wee hours of the morning.  Considering I had to work early on Sunday, this was most unfortunate.  Hoping to recover and sleep in on Monday, my sleep was disrupted by something that sounded like a combo of a chain saw and a leaf blower that was cutting glass.  This went on for the better part of the morning, slowly getting louder and louder, till it abruptly stopped...and was replaced by something that sounds like a dog rapidly slapping the heaviest tail in the world on the floor in time to a song.  Additionally, the other hotel guests are able to be heard through the walls, particularly in the bathroom and the cleaning staff is also quite loud during cleaning up (while the maid was next door, she had the TV on at full volume with the door open and banged stuff around).  The bar downstairs also has a band or something on Saturday's, which is incredibly loud, but I couldn't hear them once I got to my room, which was a surprise.  

The bar staff is not as efficient or trained as I would expect from a hotel like this.  Every drink that I ordered was mixed badly, although all of the staff here is nice.  The bed is comfortable, although there is a large indention in it where bodies have laid over and over again.  Pillows are probably best feature of the bed.  Bathroom is nice and large, although I do wish the tub was more of a soaking tub.  Unforgivable that there isn't a pool at this location.  With all the traffic that this place gets, I could imagine that would be quite the hot spot for midtown.  

Overall, rather disappointed with the quality of this hotel.

12/08/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
52. Peter C.
I stayed here for a business conference and it was great. The staff was courteous and friendly and they were quick to respond to any issues or concerns that I had. The hotel itself is very clean but the TV could use some work. For some reason my audio would not work for any of the digital channels so I had to call the front desk to have a technician look at it. Seems like it happens quite often so if you have issues with your TV audio, just call the front desk and they'll send someone up to fix it.

The conference itself was organized very well. The food service was great and the food itself was on par for the price point of the hotel. There's also quite a few restaurants nearby within walking distance of the hotel that you can check out. Overall, definitely a good hotel to stay at.

13/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
53. Alden G.
Very nice for biz travel. Upscale. Good location, outstanding conference center and health club. Very nice rooms, and lobby bar.

20/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
54. Stacey E.
I haven't stayed at the actual hotel yet- This review is strictly for the lobby bar.

I like visiting the Loews Hotel bar whenever I'm in midtown with friends and we've finished up dinner. The bars decor is reminiscent of a set on MadMen and I'm a sucker for that. The crowd is always fun and pretty well dressed which just adds to the fun atmosphere. The service is always on point and the selection is varied. One of my new favorite spots for a cocktail after dinner. Hopefully, I'll spot Don Draper while sipping on a cocktail sooner rather than later.

04/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
55. Jessica B.
I went to the Lowes the other night for a friend's Christmas party. A couple law firms put together the shindig up on the Conference level, so this was my primary experience and based on how that went, I'd highly recommend it as an event venue space.

I arrived late and almost parked at the B&H public parking lot across the street from the hotel. When I saw that was $20 a car, I hightailed it right back outta there -- valet at Lowes was only $15! I opted to self-park (which was slightly confusing, make sure you park near the "blue" walls that say Lowes on them) and that was $6 for a couple hours. I went to the lobby and then up to the Conference level. The space is perfect for an event and they had it well staffed (minus not enough bars, the lines were so long!). The food was tasty and they kept things hot and full and delicious (yes, I'm impressed when a pasta and/or potato bar for a catered event can remain appetizing). Most of the staff working the event seemed efficient and friendly. It was a beautiful venue.

20/12/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
56. Kristin M.
Not only is the lobby all marble, super-high-ceilinged and full of helpful doormen, it smells like perfume! The whole downstairs! I mean damn! That's class.

I also appreciate the flatscreen over my toilet, the living room area no one really uses but is great for throwing laundry in, and the handy dandy Keurig coffee machine instead of one of those embarrassingly outdated drip coffee brewers. Also, the bed is friggin' money, and the fluffy white comforter is so luxurious, I don't even care what it looks like under a blacklight.

13/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
57. Joseph F.
An experience worth the price! Free bottle of champagne and chocolate covered strawberries for our anniversary...corner room on the 17th floor. Impeccable service and an amazing room. Highly recommended.

03/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
58. Michael H.
A very nice hotel. The staff is friendly and very professional... Gonna be here for more than three months, and I'm not sure if this is the best place for a long stay.

13/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
59. Kristen R.
I haven't even stayed here but I'm giving it a one star because I walk past it everyday and for the past three months their American Flag has hung there limp and torn. While the Loews flag flies proudly. And that's ridiculous. Where's your patriotism Loews?

24/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
60. Tara L.
I don't know how they do it, but the lobby here smells absolutely delish!

Although I spent very little time in my room during my stay here, I was completely content with the digs.  Fresh, white linens, fluffy white robes and a spacious bathroom with separate stand up shower and tub greeted me after long days in the A.

The lobby is lounge-like and huge and the staff, down to earth and incredibly helpful. Plus, the hotel is pet friendly. Not that I have any pets other than my fighter fish, but if I did have a furry companion, I'd definitely bring them along!

06/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
61. Rawson T.
A first class hotel.  Beautiful, well-appointed rooms.  Wonderful service.  Friendly and informed staff.  I had a complicated IT request and the hotel managers and on-site IT support went above and beyond to solve my issue.  The Loews in downtown Atlanta blows the doors off of The Four Seasons or the W.  I won't stay anywhere else when I'm in town. A+

29/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
62. Dexter M.
While I lived in Atlanta I had a membership to the spa here, Exhale, and always thought the hotel lobby and facilities were very nice. I recently moved back to Florida and when it was time for a trip back to Atlanta, I stayed here. The service was excellent. The staff here may have been the most accommodating hotel staff I've ever encountered. My room was spotless, the bed was well-pillowed and the comforters were very warm. I loved the floor-to-cieling windows and I had a great view on the 24th floor.

My mother and I had brunch at Eleven, the hotel's restaurant. The food was delicious and the buffet spread was beautifully presented. I'd recommend Eleven's brunch over the Ritz in Buckhead any day.

Over all definitely a 5-star experience. Very recommended.

15/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
63. Dianne S.
Stayed at this hotel while attending a conference (also at this hotel).  Decor is very nice and the rooms are nice as well.  Guest bathroom is definitely high end.  All of the staff I encountered during my visit were very helpful and kind...great customer service.  Great location and is within walking distance of many great restaurants.

05/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
64. Melissa S.
What a great stay at the Loews Atlanta!  We traveled with our large dog and she was welcomed with open arms by the wonderful and professional staff.  Our room was lovely and big, and the location was terrific.  We enjoyed walking through Piedmont Park which is a short distance away, and also walking to a great range of restaurants and bars (many of which are pet friendly) right around the hotel.  As an extra bonus - the Exhale spa and fitness center are really nice and I had one of the best massages that I have ever had.  We generally stay at Loews hotels whenever we travel to a city where they have one -- and the Atlanta hotel is no exception.  We will be back and we will be staying at the Loews the next time we are in Atlanta.

19/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
65. Taylor A.
The Thursday night jazz events at the Loews Hotel are fantastic. The musicians are always top notch, and the crowd is always well-dressed and pleasant. The servers are also great as they come around and help you out so you don't have to fight the bar.

The lobby and lobby bar are gorgeous. This hotel is a great addition to midtown, and would easily recommend it those who need a place to stay.

I also attended an event with Tavis Smiley and Dr. Cornel West in a ballroom that continued the elegant look from the lobby.

All around, a great place to stay or listen to live jazz on Thursday nights.

06/06/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
66. Louise W.
The perfect hotel experience

Every detail of this hotel was perfect and the staff was amazing - warm, friendly, courteous, professional.  I had their basic room and it was spacious, comfortable, and beautiful with floor to ceiling windows and a great view.  There is also an incredible fitness center that I used while I was there.  It's a full gym - not the dinky fitness center with 4 pieces of equipment like many have. And the spa is amazing as well.  It's name, "Exhale", is very appropriate, because that's exactly what you do when you enter it - it's SO relaxing. I had the best facial of my life and the aesthetician, Mia, was wonderful.  Obviously, I thoroughly enjoyed my stay.

15/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
67. Jonathan G.
The hotel amenities are top notch (great bathroom, comfortable bed, big TVs, etc). The concierge (Robert) and the rest of the front desk staff were incredibly patient and helpful. They were very attentive and made sure everything was perfect for my stay. The staff helped make the stay as great as it was. We were close to all of the Midtown bars and restaurants (just half a block walk from Crescent) so there was no shortage of things to do.

I would highly recommend the Loews to anyone considering a stay there!

23/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
68. Will P.
Decided to take a night here as an Atlanta resident - we actually walked here from the house. All Yelper reviews are spot-on the money. Service was impeccable, and they even created a welcome bag for the dog, who had food and water bowls, place mat and all sorts of homemade treats.

There are two reasons why I'm not at five stars. The abysmal restaurant, Eleven, which I will review separately, was an embarrassment. This joint wouldn't make it six months without a hotel's captive audience. We ordered from the restaurant menu - the two items that should never have made it out of the kitchen were an airplane-looking caesar salad, as well as a lobster mac-and-cheese with lobster that was as rubbery as a wet suit. both terrible.

Two food bright spots were "cappuccino" series of soups, and the chocolate mouse desert. that was very good. So, they got the hard things right and the easy things terrible.

At about 4 a.m., my partner Jason was up studying for grad school, and heard a man trying to enter the room. J told him to go away, and he did for a time. Then the man came back with a Loews Hotel security detail who, inexplicably, LET HIM IN THE ROOM. Jason stopped the two men from coming in. I called the front desk with a nasty gram telling them that I want an explanation upon check-out. I couldn't get back to sleep, so the get-away became a stress event that I'm not happy about. I will update this review once I do, in fact, check out.

Moral of the story: skip the room service and barricade the door. But It's worth the visit here because the hotel and its staff are top notch.

17/10/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
69. Shaun B.
Great service and location.  Stayed here for a conference.  One of the smaller suites.  Perfectly arranged, roomy, comfortable.  Nice toiletries. Big bathrooms.  Comfy bed and nice big pillows.  as for restaurant and quick serve: Pricey food not worth the price and very poor service, with so much else in walking distance go elsewhere to eat. Not sure how service in hotel can be so good and restaurant and cafe so bad?

Overall would stay here again. The only drawback was the noise.  We were on the 19th floor and the sound of sirens was pretty much constant throughout the night.

Employees of special mention: Alex at the front desk, concierge Jonathan, convention services Ben.  While all of the staff were very very good, these three were exceptional.

25/10/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
70. Berrius B.
I have several concerns about my recent stay at Loews hotel.

My first concern addresses parking. There is no easy or clear way to park besides paying the valet. When I found the parking garage past the entrance for the hotel, I parked my car there, but it was extremely confusing to figure out where I needed to park and on what level. There are signs in the parking garage pointing to hotel parking, but I couldn't find spots reserved for hotel guests. Then it was an absolute maze trying to figure out how to leave the parking garage and actually get to the hotel. It involved getting on an elevator that immediately took me to the eleventh floor of the garage, because I couldn't find level P5 (which is actually "L" or ground level), then leaving through a law office, and finding mysterious revolving doors with a set of stairs leading down to what looked like a hotel lobby. When I got to the hotel and inquired about parking, the staff advised that I validate my ticket when I planned on leaving my car in the garage overnight.

After I settled into my room, I retrieved my car, paid the $8 I had managed to accumulate in parking fees in the hour that I'd parked my car, and I ran a few errands. I came back to the hotel and opted for the valet service because I was still not certain where I was to park in the garage and because I was in a hurry.

As you might read from other yelpers today, the valet service this morning was a nightmare. A woman and her friend had apparently been waiting outside for 35 minutes after they presented their valet ticket. I had to wait about 20 minutes for my own car. This is crazy. I understand that there are sometimes circumstances which cause delays in these situations, but in those cases, customer service goes a long way. Keep the hotel guest informed. Advise valet parkers to give at least 30 minutes' notice to retrieve the car. None of that happened, and no one offered an apology for the inconvenience the waiting caused for all of us.

Upon returning to the hotel again, I braved the garage, brought my ticket to the front desk, and was told by an aloof and unfriendly desk worker that Loews does not validate parking. He seemed unfazed when I told him that I had tried to follow the directions that another desk worker had just explained to me the day before. Again, this was a situation in which an apology might have helped; there was clearly a misunderstanding, but I was trying to do my best to follow the ambiguous instructions from the hotel. $14 parking fee.

And that's just parking.

Whenever I travel, I like to use the hotel gym. I was up around 6:30 AM or 7 AM and decided to take a run at the gym. I went to the seventh floor and (like so much of the hotel) there were no signs pointing me to the gym, and the minimalist and labyrinthine passage I followed led only to locked doors and no signs. I was baffled. Had I read the signs by the elevator wrong? Was the gym not on the seventh floor? I went to the front desk to ask, and I had to wait for about fifteen minutes (yes, fifteen minutes, and I hadn't had coffee yet, and it was early, and I was still waking up amidst the din of a busy lobby). Why was I waiting, you might wonder (if you're a trouper and you're still reading my saga)? I had to wait for a SECURITY GUARD to let me in the gym because it didn't open until 8 AM and it was by this point around 7:20 AM. And I had to wait for the desk workers to find a waiver form for me to sign. I'm still processing what happened (the coffee I had later in the room didn't improve the situation, because it was awful. I can roll with the punches with cheap coffee, but no amount of splenda or creamer was helping the situation). Why would a hotel gym open that late in the morning? Most open at 5 AM or 6 AM, because guests leave in the morning.

They've done away with the minibars unless you want to rent them. Yes, I'd like to pay to rent a minbar and then pay to take items out of the minibar. I like to do that after banging my head against a wall.

This is a bad day to leave a bad review for Loews, because on the 18th floor today a guest's full bathtub broke (how did the bathtub break? I have no idea. I just know what the staff told me) and there was water leaking all the way to the lobby. My room was not on the leaking side of the building, but my faucet's water turned yellow. I discovered all of this after the parking issue. If I were a desk worker, I would make sure to treat all of my hotel guests with utmost respect and enthusiasm despite a difficult situation, so the testy demeanor I received upsets me even more in this context. I walked into a leaking lobby with absolutely no idea of what was happening, because no one was saying anything. I only learned more about the situation after asking one of the room service attendants I saw in the hallway.

There were pools of water and dripping ceilings in the parking garage, I noticed as I left. I guess that's where I was supposed to park.

14/12/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
71. Susanne A.
Very pleased with this hotel. Everyone was so friendly. This is also a pet friendly hotel, will be bringing our dog next time. Drinks were great, food was delish. Everything was clean. They think of everything down to the tv in the bathroom. Ha! The only issue was items being left out of roomservice 3 out of 4 times but it was quickly corrected. Will return!

20/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
72. Kevin W.
Nothing wrong, but it was the little things.  
I was looking forward to my stay here.  I booked through a travel website to spend one night in the "city" to celebrate my anniversary.  

Starting with the end as I ramble:

End result - Hotel was nice, but it was the service issues that were lacking.  But everyone is entitled to have a bad day, and it seems that was when I visited.

Hotel itself - Very nice. Decorated nicely, and the larger than typical bathroom, was welcomed.  Beds were comfortable, and we did not have any issues with noise, even though the hotel had a good number of guests staying there.  Our room overlooked  Peachtree, but again no noise issues (we were 19 floors up).  Clean and comfortable.

Staff - Polite, but there were a few small issues that lowered my rating:

Front desk - Since we booked through third party, they had to override the system to get us into a king room (instead of two doubles).  I had called ahead twice to try to make sure it was noted we were there for our anniversary so if possible we wanted a king, as we might want to check in early or possibly out a little later the next day.  Also wanted it noted that we wanted to try to utilize the shuttle service so, in case I forgot to ask, they could inform me how to.  It seems that after two attempts to have this noted, the information still not make it onto our reservation.  Either that, or the staff did not see it.

Shuttle - I inquired at the front desk, and was just handed a post it note with a number written on it.  Driver did not answer, or return message.  Concierge seemed annoyed he had to put down Facebook to help me reach the driver.  
On return, shuttle driver told us he would pick us up in 15 minutes.  After multiple calls, and reassurance he would be there "in five minutes", the shuttle showed up 1 hour later.  Had I known of the delay I could have just taken a cab, or walked the mile+ back to the hotel.

10/03/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
73. Stephanie B.
The room was stunning and bright with a wall of windows. I admit, I slept on a roll away (how many bridesmaids can you fit into 1 room?) and it was really comfortable. It says alot if your rolling beds are soft and comfy. BUT why can't they have free wi-fi? If I paid more than $150 for my room, it should have free wi-fi. Even the $75 Residence Inn down the road has free wi-fi.

The lobby bar was nice, but drink prices are insanely high. I hate myself for paying over $15 for a martini.

The staff was on top of everything for the entire wedding weekend and I appreciated that they always remembered my name. Even when the valet lost my car keys for 30 minutes.  

And the fitness center was impeccable. You can take a spin class or a yoga class, or just use all the machines.

16/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
74. Sarah B.
Convenient Midtown Atlanta location - check.
Nice amenities on par with Loews reputation - check.
Dog friendly - check.

Room was very clean and comfortable, as we expected.  You know how sometimes when you walk on carpet that's just really plush, it just feels yummy?  Yep, yummy.

Traveling with the pup is always fun, and in the case of this hotel there is a large green space diagonally across the intersection surrounding the Federal Reserve building.  Nice, and clearly you know you are uber-safe, no bad guys are going to get anywhere near.

The room is nicely stocked with a mini-bar, but don't you hate it when you can't figure which snacks are complimentary and which are charged?  According to the paperwork, coffee the next morning (via the Kuerig in the room) wasn't free, but we did it anyway, then at check out they said of course it's free.  Well, then tell people that, folks.  A small thing, I know, but when the rooms are super nice it's always the small thing.

Convenient enough location to IKEA, a must for us when visiting ATL.  Checking in and heading over to the store during evening rush hour traffic, not so fun.  But after all, this is Atlanta, what do you expect?

Staff was very friendly, they seemed to have no idea what a certain pet amenity package mentioned on the website was.  I had not ordered it because we ordered a package that included the parking, and you couldn't select two.  No biggie.

Our room looked directly onto the skyscraper condo building across the street.  Fun people watching until you figure out someone else is watching you - hmmm.

Very fun restaurants across the street that we didn't hit because of the super short trip, but clearly a good place to be.

23/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
75. Brittany S.
One of the best hotels in Atlanta! They are so accommodating. We had our wedding block there and all our guests were raving about how amazing the hotel and staff were. Thank you Loews for such a memorable experience!

07/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
76. Lisa G.
Really gorgeous hotel located right in the center of Midtown.  The staff is so friendly when you check in.  I asked them if there was a store that I could buy some lotion and hairspray at and they gave me all of the toiletries I needed.  The staff is amazing.  

The room is super clean and the bed is so comfortable.  Bathroom is a good size and they had a separate shower from the tub.  Housekeeping comes at good hours and they do a very good job!  The hotel decor is also nice.  

They have a great bar downstairs.  Our waitress remembered our drinks for the 4 nights that we were there.  It's a pretty busy hotel and bar but they have wonderful staff to help you out with anything.  I would definitely stay there again!

23/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
77. Terry L.
I would like to comment that I first stayed at this property in March 2013 for 3 days and recently at the end of September 2013 for 3 days as well. In March I graded this hotel 5 stars, but this recent visit was SO different (for example - I was not assisted with my bags to the room, not offered a tour, given misinformation about free breakfast that should have came with the room, the fridge was never refilled and I was given misinformation regarding the self parking arrangements). My first visit here was an all star visit, it seemed that everyone went out of there way to do anything for you. I will say that the location of this property is spot on (midtown Atlanta) where all the action and new businesses are at! Overall, I left feeling cheated from the awesome experience the hotel initially gave me.

04/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
78. Swati B.
Nothing short of amazing.  Had a 5 day trip to Atlanta for new years.  This hotel is HUGE and perfectly located in Midtown.  Close to a Marta stop, tons of restaurants and bars near by.  The rooms are spacious and the beds are uber comfy.  The service here is OUTSTANDING.  Robert at concierge was really knowledgable, friendly, and fun.  DJ the hotel driver was great.  Yes, they have  a car service which was really useful, especially on new years eve!

Eleven was decent for breakfast, I really enjoyed the menu there with healthy options and good portions.  Slightly pricey but, it's a hotel restaurant so it's expected.

Highly recommend this hotel.

02/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
79. Chirag P.
Front desk was nice enough to give me 18 floor with a nice view when asked for it. Small rooms but nice design and leasure. Bar is also equipped with all sorts of offerings. I definitely recommend you to try this place.

15/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
80. Megan K.
The gentleman working the valet was the rudest I could imagine. Surly and unpleasant - this is the first place they make and impression and they blew it. Sets the tone for a bad experience

06/11/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
81. Tawny L.
The staff at this hotel were helpful and friendly. It was clean and we had a big room with a big bed. The location is a bit remote but there is a free shuttle bus for 3 miles. There is a bus stop just outside. The restaurant was a bit expensive but the food was good although it was the same menu every day. The noise from the traffic wasn't an issue. Enjoyed our stay.

08/12/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
82. Tammi D.
Absolutely terrific service.  Very nice hotel.  The manager there took the time to talk to my daughter and even got her a cupcake and a lollipop!  I asked to change rooms the following day to upsize the beds, and they accommodated me without any hassle.  I would definitely stay here again!

01/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
83. Cassandra K.
I was at this hotel in November for a conference, and I was blown away by how wonderful it was. From the staff, to the location--this is the place to be.

Plus we saw a couple of awesome celebrities who were also staying at the hotel! Bil Murray hung out in the lobby for a bit and then Jeff Daniels (Dumb and Dumber) also made an appearance in the lobby.

After all that celebrity happening I started this: celebritybackpics.tumblr… ;)

18/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
84. Aaron P.
I stayed here for a week about two years ago when I first relocated to Atlanta. The lobby is gorgeous. The room and the staff were stellar. Everyone was extremely helpful and friendly from the hosts to the bellboys.

One downside was the size of the bar in the lobby. There is practically no seating when a game is on. I guess this isn't the best place to check the score and grab a drink. No shortage of those places down the street.

I definitely recommend a stay here if you are looking for a quality, upscale hotel. They run a very modern hotel with incredibly friendly and helpful staff.

19/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
85. Elisabeth P.
Pretty exceptional hotel experience. I experienced flawless and accommodating service during my two day stay from everyone from the front desk staff to housekeeping and their event team. Traveling mid-week for business can be painful but staying here was the highlight of my week. It's the little things like complimentary bread/muffin plates during an all day meeting and quality bath products in the bathroom (shower and tub!!) make all the difference. Parking is a pretty penny and valet is only a few dollars more than self parking.

03/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
86. Hope N.
Front staff - friendly, informative and professional.

Decor - waiting area is nice. Guest bathroom is high end - paper towels were thick and expensive. Quality comes with a price but worth it here.

Early morning check in - possible if the room is ready. No charge too. My room wasn't ready when I got in at 9 but they sent me an email at 9:45 letting me know it was ready. Didn't even ask but the front desk person took the extra step to follow up. That deserves a tip!

Room - clean. Furniture is up to date. Good size TV. Sheets were nice.

Bathroom - separate bathtub and shower.

05/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
87. Nina C.
Stayed here for a conference in November 2014. Trendy decor, friendly staff, very clean and quiet rooms. I was upgraded to a superior room on a secure floor, but discovered my room was exactly the same as all the others. The secure floor more of an inconvenience than an added sense of security. Close to Piedmont Park and art museum,  which was very nice.

08/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
88. Davis P.
Excellent hotel, excellent staff , and extremely kid-friendly. We took advantage of the pool and spa, as well as a great room-service breakfast both mornings. They were quick to respond to any request, and did so with a smile.

23/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
89. MD W.
It's my birthday, and I came in for the Blowpop Martini, but they no longer serve it! So I opted for the Oriental Sunset, however they didn't have the flower that the bartender explained so eloquently... The drink was really great, and maybe next time I'll stay overnight!!!

02/10/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
90. Mary Jane J.
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at Loews.  I was in town visiting a friend for a few days and will certainly stay here again next visit.  I upgraded my room to a Grand Luxury Suite and I loved it.  The room was modern and spacious, on a high floor, with ceiling to floor windows that gave a great view of the city.  The bathroom was fantastic; large with separate soaking tub and shower.  Everything was quite clean.  There was some wear on the living area table and couch but nothing worth complaining about.  The staff is great.  The bellhop was a really nice guy who gave me the rundown as we went to my room.  Room service was prompt; I didn't find it any more expensive than other hotels of this calibur.  Delicious, too, I may add.  My only real gripe was when I finished my in-room breakfast I called to have the tray removed, was told to leave it outside the door.  I did, went out to explore the city, came back five hours later and it was still in front of my door only now other poeple had piled on their garbage, as well.  

In short, I don't see myself staying anywhere else when I visit Atlanta again.  great location and accomodating staff.  I felt safe and cared for during my stay.  I look forward to returning.

17/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
91. Lucas K.
You pay for the wifi, then they intercept it and track your activity--creepy as can be and ruins your connection.  All traffic is sent through the notorious "superclick" service that intercepts your traffic and then redirects you, often with ads right on top of your content.
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Why an otherwise upscale hotel would resort to this creepiness is beyond me.
Only saving grace was that the checkin staff (Eunice in particular) were phenomenally friendly.  Too bad the decisions by management (wifi) are ruining the otherwise pleasant experience they provide.

03/10/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
92. Tom G.
Super-spiffy hotel with great service.  Only stayed one night but enjoyed it and was very comfortable.  Didn't get to use the fitness center, etc but all looked great and well maintained.  Stayed here with a wedding party - as a Marriott Platinum member always try to stay with Marriott, but would consider Loews Atlanta if I couldn't get a Marriott nearby.

16/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
93. Randall L.
It's a nice looking place to stay and the shower stayed hot that's all I can say. There's nothing unique about it and there's nothing worth celebrating. I will say the surrounding area is nice which makes short trips (business/vacays) enjoyable cause everything is in walking distance.

22/03/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
94. Megan T.
This is a typical, metropolitan, upscale hotel.

The water in the lobby is delicious, and the bar is expensive, extensive, and convenient. The staff was consistently attentive and brought anything we needed promptly. Additionally, the rooms and bathrooms are quite large.

The only reason it is three stars is the lack of channels on TV. We paid a lot to stay there, and TV (without additional charge) should be assumed.

31/12/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
95. Janeka H.
I love this hotel.  It's a fairly new hotel.  The trendy carpet floors reminds me of a high end condo.  
The location of this hotel is in midtown and it's right across from Reign and vanquish.  

The only reason why this hotel does not get 5 stars is because they do NOT have a pool.  

Other than that.... This is now my go to hotel, whenever I'm in Atlanta.  :)

05/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
96. Dee A.
The stay was for my daughter's 25th birthday. Beginning with the first class attention from the operator Chanel, to the doorman Jackson and the personable concierge service from Robert, her birthday couldn't get any better.

The entire staff, from check-in to check-out were outstanding, this includes the boutique sales people inside Loews!

Her grand suite #2238 had a spectacular view and was the perfect backdrop for such an occasion.  The sleeper sofa and ottoman in the living area were a little worn but besides that all else was well inline for a hip luxury hotel in midtown.  We couldn't have been more pleased!!!

24/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
97. Andria C.
I absolutely love the Loews.  My most recent stay was my second and it confirms this being one of my favorite places to stay in Atlanta.  It was time for a staycation and I opted for the Loews because of an awesome first experience as well as the convenient location.

I called the hotel's reservation line (I always seem to get better service and a better room that way).  After spending a few minutes with the nice lady and explaining the reason for my stay and my preferences, I was able to book a corner room on the 25th floor.  Perfect.

Upon arrival, everything was perfect.  Room was ready early and everyone I encountered reassured me that I'd made the correct choice for my stay.  This place definitely isn't cheap, but the service, accommodations, and everything else make it worth it.  Highly recommended!

08/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
98. Marshall B.
5 Stars....I'm the father of bride who had our wedding party offsite, but we rented 22 rooms. From start to finish our experience was top notch. Staff was so nice. Valet were my buds and everyone bent over backwards to make me feel at home. Prices were moderate but half of NY or Chicago. Really a great experience!!!

17/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
99. Krishna D.
Pleased, very pleased. Excellent price point for this type of service. In Atlanta at least, you can pay much more for similar. Much more.

This is a review on the 26th floor Deluxe Double room. It wasn't much larger than your standard deluxe but the ceiling to wall windows with a corner view outset sort of made the room feel a little bit bigger! Without a doubt, one of the finest news I have ever experienced.

I felt like Bruce Wayne looking over Gotham!

High quality beds, and a godsend for our party a nice fold out couch. We were traveling in a family  group of three 2 attend my grandmother's funeral out by Waynesboro. Had to rent two rooms at the Marriott when we came in, which was a little beyond our price point for the trip. (Butthe Marriott Airport is wonderful as well.)

All the amenities that you would expect to find had a five star hotel, from the soaps and lotions to the linen. Excellent lobby and bar area. Seems to be pretty popular locally, at least on a Saturday and Sunday that we stayed there.

Service was stellar from the front desk to the valet.

I do have one complaint that I hope the management takes into consideration. The day of the overpriced hotel mini bar is coming to an end. I would much rather you tack on $10 and put a few snacks out if nothing at all. I'm going to stop by the store and pick up some fresh fruit, water and granola in lieu. If the markup is not too obscene, I'd gladly pick it up here at the hotel. But to paraphrase,

$5 for a water? Ain't nobody got time for that!

I just checked the reviews and heard that I was charged a dollar fifty for each Keurig coffee pot I used.
If that is true, see my sentiment about the hotel minibar.

The hotel gym is a real gym connected to the building that also has a full service spa. No pool or hot tub but great steam room in general facility.

I would stay here again and highly recommend it to any who happened to be in the Midtown Atlanta area. My personal thanks to the staff for their professionalism and courtesy. You made Atlanta in July quite bearable.

17/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
100. Claire H.
For my first time in Atlanta was for a friends wedding and the time was lovely. This hotel looked very nice and clean on the outside, but I ended up being attacked by BED BUGS!!!! And I certainly wasn't the only one in our party. They appeared first on my stomach in a row and thought it was a rash from the detergent the (very clean looking) linens were washed in. Then the next day more bites in another row on my stomach. When I returned home both arms were covered in horrible red itchy bumps!!!! When it was brought to the attention of our fellow friends that stayed at Loews as well, more people had the bites!!!! One called the hotel and they ADMITTED to having BED BUGS!!!! So gross. I've stayed all over the country and world and never had to deal with BED BUG BITES! Needless to say, it was my first trip to Atlanta, and not my last, but definitely my last at LOEWS! They should be ashamed and disgusted with themselves, especially for that price of the room!!!

08/05/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
101. Carrie G.
Loews- A Sochi Conference Feel...

I came here for a conference with 500 people. Overall, it was a nice hotel but disappointing for the following reasons:

The room wasn't ready until 5:45pm. We had to wait in the lobby for 45 minutes for them to "inspect" it. Plus, they couldn't accommodate all 500 staff so we had to split into 3 different hotels.

An unfortunate co-worker of mine who had registered with a roommate had her room cancelled  when the first roommate didn't arrive on the day they were supposed to (a day early). Loews did not check with her first, they simply cancelled the room and told the woman they would find her somewhere else to stay but didn't tell her which hotel only that it was by the convention center. How is that acceptable?

During conference breakfast and lunch, the food servers would come and whisk the food away in a really short amount of time. 15 minutes after lunch was started, the staff were clearing away full trays of buffet food. I was reaching for a sandwich off a full tray and was told the buffet was closed! I think they were secretly taking it away for themselves ;) I never got seconds on anything, and the one time I showed up 15 minutes late to lunch I almost didn't get any food. Lunch time was an hour so I have no clue why they were so quick to clear full trays of food. I can see why they'd clear it if it was empty or lunch hour was over but they were a bit too quick on the draw.

Overall, the food was mediocre. We had 2 sit down dinner receptions and the salad, main and desserts were nothing to rave about. I had to beg for them to serve our bread basket and it wasn't put on our table for 30 minutes after we sat down. Vegetarians really got jipped on one dinner- it was a huge block of plain tofu with some veggies on the side. So uninventive. :(

The Internet was SLOW!!

The good Stuff:

The staff were very nice, the room was big and had nice new furniture (the beds and pillows were not the quality I would expect at a $200/night price point) And the bathroom was fab. We had a TV, separate shower and tub, quality toiletries, and it was sparkling clean.

Location was good. Close to many restaurants and bars and piedmont park, which was gorgeous to walk through in the mornings.

The gym was quite well equipped with weights and machines (best out of any hotel I've stayed at) but it had no pool or hot tub which is weird.

Overall, I would not want to host or attend another conference but I would stay there for some R&R.

Ps, they have a sneaky charge of $1.50 if you make a cup of coffee with one of their pods in the room. That's tacky for a high end hotel in my opinion.

05/05/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
102. Tony T.
Nice hotel with ok food. Enjoyed the location and the meeting rooms, which are nice. Price is decent. Staff is very pleasant and helpful. The beds are comfortable and the free coffee is a good touch. The rooms are relatively large.

08/03/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
103. Mike S.
Pretty solid all around... though nothing yet superb.   That, to me, is in line with the surrounding comp.

I've migrated away from the Four Seasons and Intercontinental to the W and now... here.   Why?

I was literally sucked into a wedding party back in late summer and had a blast at the after party in the lobby.  So on a quick pleasure trip back to the A I said "Why not?"

It's a relatively new hotel; I can't remember what was there before it but the lobby is nicely adorned with Bar Eleven, which is home to some seriously nice cocktails, cordials and the sort.  This is the only second time I've seen Scapa on a menu in a hotel bar.  Plus, the bar keeps are actually... alive... Which is a little more than I can say for the Friday night patrons this weekend.  Maybe the average age kicked up a few decades because of the SEC Championship... but it was starkly different than a few months ago.

The room was really clean and comfortable with views of Peachtree and a few too many voyeurs living at the SkyHouse across the street... but whatevs.  The only annoyance in the room was the AC unit's super high pitched whistle... and maybe the floor key that I was scared of eventually losing.

Intermezzo is right outside the lobby... though much better for late night tea and sweets than a morning start (my preference).  Some tex-mex joint and Ra (sushi) are across the street from the Loews with even more stuff if you head north.

Again, nothing glaringly bad... or outstanding.  I might do it again given the opportunity.

Note: hotel parking fees in Midtown/downtown are so high they should be considered a charitable donation.

09/12/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
104. Dj C.
Okay where should I start?
Celebrating a birthday and I had my choice of upscale hotels to choose from since Midtown Atlanta has plenty! After researching yelp, hotels.com and trip advisor I narrowed my filter on yelp to best in room dining seeing as tho the birthday girl wanted nothing more than to chill and be pampered. The Loews beat out the mandarin because of their package selection, I chose the suite package that came with free wifi, a pretty hefty dining credit and access to the VIP floor.

Now where the getting gets good is when the VIP Concierge Jonathan contacted me via email because I put in my booking notes that we were celebrating a birthday. He asked me what were my plans for he night and that he wanted to help me make it even more personal and special. With very little help from me he created something very unique and overwhelmingly surprising for us.

We arrived to the room super late around 11pm, when she opened the door there were rose petals from the front door all the way to the bedroom. He created heart a heart shaped mural of rose petals on the bed with a single rose in the middle. There were pictures of us in beautiful frames throughout the suite and a bottle of champagne and cupcakes on the table! Our room was located on the top 26th floor with 180 degree floor to ceiling views of the Atlanta skyline!

Needless to say I'll be staying here again. Also being a voyeur is natural at this property seeing as tho the condos around the hotel are all glass and no one draws the curtains lol lol!!!!

07/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
105. Paul T.
Two words:  Bathroom.  Television.

Okay, I suspect if this was all I did for my review I would get some snarky looks.  But seriously, there was a TV in the bathroom.  It was amazing.

This hotel is polished and refined and really has a luxory feel to it.  Having stayed at many of the other brands locally, I think the Loews has them all out-swanked.  

If you're looking for a special night in Midtown, I don't think you can go wrong here.

02/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
106. C E.
I've stayed in an Embassy Suites that was nicer. We booked a room for a staycation based on the website's amazing description  (mainly the deep soaking tub and luxurious separate shower). What greeted us when we arrived was a tiny room with a Holiday Inn-sized tub and walls so thin we could hear everything our neighbor was doing. I'm sure there were 19th century tenement houses that had thicker walls.

I recommend skipping this place and trying one of the hotel's nicer neighbors.

21/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
107. Jessica M.
I'm a fan. We had a work meeting here and I thought the staff throughout the hotel was really friendly. Everyone smiles and asks how your day is going...and they really seem to care!

I liked the lobby, and thought the rooms were fine though may be in need of a soft touch up. Some of the furnishings are a little beat up, but the bed was comfy and they had real coffee creamer (boo those who use the powder - ick!). The walls are actually pretty thin as others have mentioned. I didn't hear other loud guests, but I did hear housekeeping in the room next to me in the morning.

I really liked the food though - both meeting food and in the restaurant. Yum!

30/03/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
108. Michael C.
A beautifully renovated hotel with a modern bar equipped with plenty to drink and ample (large) TV screens and seating, the rooms, the fitness facility, and the service are all top-notch.

A note: A bar tab was erroneously included on my final bill, and Loew's was very helpful and quick to remedy the error without requiring me to bend over backward to prove that the charge was not mine.

The location of the hotel is good but not great, though that depends upon what youer' hoping to be near when you're visiting Atlanta.

My only real complaint is the cost of using WiFi.

12/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
109. Ron B.
What an amazing hotel. First Rate staff. Was greeted at the front desk by Matt. Checked us in. Then asked about our dining for the evening. Made some recommendations. Then called the Lure and made our reservations. First class. Room was perfect just what I asked for.

18/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0