Go big or go home on your next getaway—book Georgia luxury accommodation and get all the amenities you’ve ever dreamed of (and some that you haven’t even imagined). Speaking of dreams, yours will be extra sweet when you’re waking up in luxe sheets, and sipping gourmet coffee to start your day. In fancy hotels, you can say goodbye to your morning commute and hello to total relaxation.
Live a life of leisure in Georgia
You’re ready for the big leagues, and when you travel, that means you want big luxury. Georgia luxury resorts were made for you. They have so much to see and do, you’ll need to stay a few extra days. From pools, restaurants and bars to concierge service, these hotels go above and beyond to provide everything you need for the best trip ever. You’ll never want to leave your luxury suite, where you’ll find bliss from the bed to the bath. Thanks to room service, you don’t have to.
Hotels don’t have to be big in order to be big on comfort. Luxury boutique hotels are the way to go if you want that personalized feeling on your next getaway. They may have fewer rooms, but they have just as many cool extras, from on-site restaurants to the best bath products you can buy. Plus, fewer rooms often means service so attentive, you’ll want to bring your concierge home with you. But they really set themselves apart in the details, like unique local art, themed rooms and special touches like organic products or welcome baskets. Check out small luxury hotels in Georgia to find your own great getaway.
Luxury Hotels in Georgia
Total number of hotels in Georgia
|The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta, InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta, an IHG Hotel, Loews Atlanta Hotel, Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead, The Whitley, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Atlanta Buckhead, Hotel Bardo Savannah, Chateau Elan, W Atlanta Downtown, The St. Regis Atlanta, Burke Mansion, Azalea Inn and Villas, The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee, Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center, The Georgian Terrace Hotel|