I stayed here for a business meeting recently. The public areas and rooms are very nice. They have designed the rooms so that you get sort of a corner view even if you're not on the corner. The TV is huge. I didn't measure it but it's either 42" or 46". The staff was excellent. The Buckhead area itself is filled with lots of restaurants and stores. One of the unique features of the hotel is their bourbon bar, which has a huge selection of bourbons, both wheated and rye. There are a few downsides to the hotel though, which is why I didn't give it 5 stars. The restaurant, Southern Art, is supposed to be an awarding winning restaurant, but I found the selections to be rather limited and overpriced for what you're getting. $22 for fried chicken?! Not even Thomas Keller charges that much. The other drawback of this hotel is that it's not really w/in walking distance of the shopping mall, whereas the Ritz Carlton is. Finally, I was a bit disappointed at the food during our meetings. The IC in SF served much more imaginative and better prepared meals. But all in all this is still a great hotel in a great neighborhood.