See why so many travelers make Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta their hotel of choice when visiting Atlanta. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Atlanta, Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta is located a short distance from Center for Civil and Human Rights (1.6 mi) and Centennial Olympic Park (1.8 mi).
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge while staying at Atlanta Four Seasons. In addition, Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta offers a pool and a lounge, which will help make your Atlanta trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
Travelers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to Hard Rock Cafe, The Optimist, or Legal Sea Foods. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Asian restaurant such as Nan Thai Fine Dining, Poor Calvin's, or Benihana.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta History Center, and Swan House.
At Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Atlanta.
I went to the Atlanta gift show for the first time and chose to stay at the Four Seasons Atlanta as I felt confident the hotel would be safe and offer me the gracious experience I have come to expect at a Four Seasons property. Feeling safe and cared for during this crazy time we are all living is very important when I am traveling these days. The high standard and performance of staff and the hotel itself could not have been better. Thank you.
I do hope the Atlanta property improves, I remember staying here back in the early 1990s when it was the Occidental Grand and it was spectacular, the last time I stayed was in early 2020 (before covid was in the picture) and it was OK, but nothing spectacular it didn’t “blow my skirt up” (as my grandmother use to say), as a previous post stated, other luxury hotels in the area (The W Midtown, Hyatt Centric Midtown, Renaissance )are selling for under $300 a night, so when you charge $400-$500 or more, the hotel must really stand out.
1. During our first night's stay, we found out that a towel was dirty (with a black stain), so the next day morning I went to the front desk and told them about the issue and they said they would bring us extra towels and they called the housekeeping team. However, when we get back at night we didn’t get extra clean towels and one of the towels was still wet. The housekeeping folded the wet used towel and put it back. When we unfold the clean towels we saw hairs that are not ours. Also, The Bathrobe has a red stain (looks like blood) inside the sleeve. 2. The body lotion bottle was only half full upon arrival, which appeared to be used. This could be extra concerning during this Covid time, which leads us to wonder if the room was fully cleaned before we arrived. Also, shampoo, body wash, lotion were not replenished during the second day stay after being almost out for all of them. The manager of the housekeeping department called us and apologized the morning before we checked out. We really appreciate that, but we still felt frustrated and disappointed about our stay in four seasons since the service we had experienced didn’t meet the standard of a five-star hotel.…
I visited Atlanta with my daughter to go to the falcons game. Hotels are inexpensive all over the city but we choose to pay the higher premium to stay at four seasons because we love the brand and the level of service we always receive. Disappointed to say that the service was the worst I have experienced over the last 15 years at staying at hotels with the brand. I understand and support the mask policy of the hotel. We visited the bar and no one had masks and there was no social distancing. I worked out the next morning and was harassed multiple times for not having my mask over my nose. This came as I was getting a drink of water after a peloton ride. They literally had the mask police every 5 minutes in the gym. All gym members had masks and were just trying to enjoy a workout. I hope this is a short term policy issue and training on how to communicate with people gives these issues but I would not recommend this hotel. Especially for 3x premium in cost to other great brands near by. …
• On the morning of 9/5 my girlfriend ordered in room dining for breakfast and had lox with avocado toast. Upon eating she became violently ill and spent the day throwing up in your hotel bathroom and lying in bed with a fever. We had prepaid tickets to an event that night and had to leave upon arriving as she had to go to the bathroom and throw-up. This was our last day together before she goes active duty and I will not be able to see her for months and unfortunately it was ruined. • At approximately 8:30am on 9/5 my girlfriend and I were woken up from someone entering our room through the connecting door to another room. I yelled “Hello” and heard no reply and went and shut the door and relocking it. I looked out the main door to the hallway and saw a tub of cleaning supplies. This scared us very much as we were sleeping and did not expect someone to enter our room so abruptly and not announce themselves or apologize. • Inside the Ice room on the 5th floor there is terrible black mold coming from the ceiling and the air conditioning vent. The dank smell inside the ice room was a clear indication that there is a problem. Worse is that you can get a hint of that same mold smell coming through the hotel room air conditioning. This is a serious problem. • The ice machine on the 5th floor was broken and we had to call for ice which took 30min to receive. I also asked for a spoon that did not arrive and had to ask the person delivering to go back and get the spoon that I asked room service reception for. I also ordered a Jack and Coke and only received Jack Daniels and had to call again for a coke. I am not typically the type of person who complains or writes bad reviews. However, I feel in this case that my girlfriend and I had a horrible time and she is still recovering from the food poisoning experienced with your breakfast. I don’t feel like it is fair what we went through.…