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June 20, 2004
Considered a top tier hotel by the likes of Conde Nast Travel, the hotel often plays host to the rich and powerful. For instance, Bill Clinton has stayed in the luxurious Presidential Suite! But Republicans and Democrats alike can appreciate having fax machines, photocopiers, and multiple phone lines at their disposal in their rooms!
For those among us who don't need a suite, the Grand Hyatt still offers wonderful comfort in its standard rooms. Think neutral color schemes and spacious floor plans, comfy beds and excellent service. I personally enjoy relaxing with a drink by the outdoor swimming pool on the third floor sundeck in the summer. There's a Japanese Garden here as well.
Known for serving incredible Sunday brunches, the onsite restaurant is well worth a visit, too. In fact, special holidays like Mother’s Day and Thanksgiving pull in Atlanta locals for exceptionally catered meals. With a door out to the cascading waterfall you can see from the Hyatt lobby, Cassis provides an upscale atmosphere where diners may enjoy everything from pan-seared scallops to a veal t-bone at night.
Other amenities for guests? A fitness center, sauna, and steam room. There’s even a masseuse you can schedule for a massage after a workout!
Bottom line? The Grand Hyatt is a high-end hotel with all the trappings. Watch for special discount packages for multiple nights if you’re exploring Atlanta with your family. If budget isn’t an issue for either business or pleasure lodging, I would highly suggest a stay here.
From journal Hotels in Hotlanta
July 16, 2005
The room service is delivered quickly, and when I have asked for things like extra syrup, they have always complied. There is a free shuttle to the shopping malls if you don't want to bother with the car. There are numerous excellent restaurants in the area. If you enjoy tapas or sushi, check out Twist in the nearby Phipps Plaza mall. They have patio dining, excellent seafood, and make for a fun experience. The Atlanta Fish Market is nearby, and they fly in fresh fish daily. There is a great French place called Anis with a great outdoor covered patio that is cooled in the summer and heated in the winter. They have daily specials, but the crepes and omelets are my favorites. I often go to the Grand Hyatt to pamper and relax myself. It is among my favorite getaway locations.
From journal Night at Grand Hyatt Buckhead
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