Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta provides travelers with an excellent blend of southern hospitality and luxury. We checked in to decompress before the chaos of a volleyball tournament and wished we could have stayed longer.

The style and charm of this hotel, accompanied by the vibrant life of Georgia’s capital, offer a unique experience specific to the area. Your stay here puts you steps away from several museums, parks, and historical landmarks.

Whether traveling for business or pleasure, the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta offers everything you expect from a five-star hotel. Though it may be hard to believe, you can make your stay here even grander with many extra benefits by booking your stay through me.

Book with Four Seasons Preferred Partner Benefits

I can book you in with Four Seasons Preferred Partner benefits that include:

  • Daily breakfast for two
  • A $100 hotel credit for rooms and a $200 hotel credit for suites
  • Upgrade at check-in, subject to availability.


  • Four Seasons Preferred Partner benefits
  • Terrace rooms and suites in good weather
  • The muted greys and blues in the newly renovated rooms
  • Tranquil bathrooms with marble finishes, glass-enclosed showers, and porcelain tubs
  • Emphasis on locally sourced foods from Atlanta area farms
  • The indoor saltwater pool with adjacent outdoor terrace
  • Incredibly friendly and helpful staff
  • Rooms stocked with little yet important things like wine openers and wine glasses


  • Your stay puts you within walking distance of some nearby attractions, restaurants, and shops.
  • If needed, request childproofing of rooms before your arrival.
  • Pets are allowed for a $100 additional charge per pet.
  • Children under 18 stay free, with rollaway beds are available for $50 per day. Cribs are free.
The exterior of Four Seasons Atlanta lit up at night.
Four Seasons Atlanta occupies the lower third of a 53-story building (Christian Horan / Four Seasons)

Guestrooms and Suites at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

View of the bed and nightstand in a standard guest room.
Guest room view (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

Staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta provides you with an assortment of rooms and suites available to reserve. Many rooms have fabulous views of the city, and there are accessible rooms available too.

All 226 guest rooms with 18 suites have tranquil shades of blue and grey in the design with subtle pops of bold colors. All rooms have comfortable seating, abstract artwork, and luxurious bathrooms. The rooms and suites are perfect for business trips and family getaways, offering a tranquil space to relax and unwind in Atlanta.

Room amenities include a thick terry cloth robe, a lighted makeup/shaving mirror, and a hairdryer. Also included are a daily newspaper, twice-daily housekeeping services, DVD player, in-room safe, refrigerated private bar, iron and ironing board, cordless phones, down pillows, and web/interactive televisions.

Superior City-View Room

Kick back relax in the rich earth tones that surround you in the classically designed Superior City-View Rooms. Views from these rooms include those of Atlanta and nearby residential areas. Rooms have one king bed with plenty of space to add a rollaway bed or crib. Select rooms have a large soaking tub.

Deluxe Room

The Deluxe Rooms are the perfect place to see the city lights from above and unwind in your soothing bath is a deep soaking tub in your marble bathroom. The bathroom also has a separate glass-enclosed shower. The room has one king bed and can accommodate a rollaway bed or crib.

Premier City-View Room

Premier City View room bedroom interior.
Premier City View Room (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

The Premier City-View Rooms, located in the corners of the hotel, place you away from elevators offering a quiet place to relax. Natural light flows into the room through the large picture windows, with sweeping views of downtown to Midtown Atlanta. The room comes with a king bed or two double beds, with room to add a rollaway bed if needed. In addition, the space has one full marble bathroom and a plush chaise lounge to relax in.

Midtown Premier Room

The Midtown Premier Room is nestled in the corners of the hotel’s upper floors, offering travelers the extra space they need for business or family. The room has a king bed, with the option to bring in a rollaway bed. The decor is contemporary, with charcoal colors with vibrant pops of color. Guests can enjoy the window banquette seating area for breakfast or relax and look out over the city.

Terrace-City Garden View

Step right out onto your private terrace with breathtaking views of Atlanta when staying in a Terrace-City Garden View room. Rooms have either a king bed or two double beds with plush, crisp linens. This room has one bathroom adorned with marble accents offering a private sanctuary right in your room.

Terrace Suite

Terrace Suite's furnished outdoor living room.
Lovely in good weather (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

Enjoy your morning coffee on your private terrace when staying in the Terrace Suite. Your terrace will have comfortable outdoor seating with beautiful views of the hotel’s Fifth Floor Terrace Garden or tree-lined city streets. The room has a king bed with space to accommodate a rollaway bed or crib and one full marble bathroom.

One-Bedroom Suite

The One-Bedroom Suite is large enough to enjoy time with friends in a spacious living room space. The bedroom, separated by a solid wood door, ensures privacy between the living sleeping quarters. Rooms have a king bed and a sofa bed, with views of Midtown Atlanta and a Bose sound system. Your suite has one full marble bathroom with a guest powder room equipped with Bulgari bath products.

Midtown Suite

The living room interior of the Midtown Suite.
Midtown Suite living room (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

The Midtown Suite offers a tranquil place to relax with wall-to-wall grey tones enhanced by pops of color and a curated art collection. These residential-style suites with fully stocked wet bars offer many comforts of home where you are sure to relax after a busy day. The room has a king bed with plenty of space to accommodate a rollaway bed on request, a full marble bathroom, and a guest powder room. Offering views of Midtown Atlanta, you are going to love relaxing in this room at night.

Corner Suite

Corner Suite bedroom with seating area.
Corner Suite bedroom (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

Nestled on the corners of the 19th floor, the Corner Suites offer guests picturesque views of downtown or Midtown Atlanta. These rooms have a separate entrance for the bedroom and living room areas, allowing you to have guests without accessing the bedroom area. The room has a king-size bed, with plenty of space to accommodate two rollaway beds. The two full marble bathrooms are both stocked with Bulgari bath products.

Luxury Suite

The luxury suites are uniquely decorated and offer plenty of space for families to relax in these one-bedroom suites. If needed, the Luxury Suite can have a connecting bedroom added to offer even more space. The room has a king bed and a sofa bed in the living room, with plenty of room to bring in a rollaway bed.

In addition, the room offers panoramic views of downtown Atlanta. The full marble bathroom gets flooded with natural light from windows, and there is a guest powder room.

Presidential Suite

The most luxurious suite – The Presidential Suite – has an elegant marble foyer with oversized living and dining room areas. The suite has a fully stocked kitchen, hardwood floors, and a stately master bedroom. The suite offers panoramic views of downtown and has plenty of seating space for your family, colleagues, or guests.

The suite has one king bed and plenty of room to bring in two rollaway beds. There is a full marble bathroom with a powder room. Those needing to do some work have a work desk available to keep work separate from the rest of the suite so you can relax when not working.

Accessible Rooms

The hotel has several accessible room options available. These rooms include wheelchair-accessible doors, lowered peepholes, lowered light switches, TTY/TDD phones, and flashing lights for alarm. In addition, some accessible rooms have roll-in showers.

Accessible rooms are available for Terrace City-View Rooms, Deluxe City-View Rooms, Superior City-View Rooms, City-View Rooms, and One-Bedroom Suites.

Dining at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

Biscoff Cream Pie on a white plate.
Biscoff Cream Pie (Four Seasons)

Dining at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta offers you everything from breakfast to dinner and all the meals and snacks in between. The chefs have done a fabulous job seeking out locally sourced ingredients from small farmers throughout the area.

For example, the proteins come from Southeast Family Family Farms, the Vidalia onions are from LG Herndon Farms, and herbs and produce are from the hotel’s Fifth Floor Terrace Garden. The Fifth Floor Terrace offers more than just a garden; guests can enjoy dinner during a Garden Table Experience where chefs creatively curate a seasonal meal.

Guests can enjoy various culinary experiences at the hotel’s restaurants, providing unique experiences during their stay in Atlanta. Every Sunday, guests are invited to enjoy Sunday Brunch starting at 10 a.m. with an assortment of brunch favorites displayed across the mezzanine level adorned with a magnificent chandelier and views of the grand staircase.

Learn how to be a bartender with the interactive mixology classes offered at the hotel. Hosted once a month, these classes are led by the hotel’s acclaimed craftspeople and demonstrate with hands-on opportunities how to craft your very own cocktails. Eat like a chef during your meal at the Private Chef’s Tasting Dinner, where you hear insightful commentary with each plate you eat from your private chef.

Park 75

The tables inside Park 75 restaurant at Four Seasons Atlanta.
Park 75 restaurant (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

Park 75 offers a unique breakfast experience with finely crafted American cuisine menu options. Classic menu favorites include Park French Toast, chicken and waffles, and crab eggs breakfast. Dining at Park 75 is the perfect way to start your day in Atlanta.

Bar Margot

The chic interior of Bar Margot before guests arrive.
Bar Margot

When looking for a meal at a Four Seasons Atlanta restaurant, Bar Margot is the place to go for dining throughout the day. Bar Margot serves lunch, dinner, beverages, and late-night meal options in a swanky community lounge setting.

The restaurant serves contemporary American cuisine, including a house grind burger, crab toast, and a Gin Margot cocktail. Live music is available on Fridays and Saturdays.

In-Room Dining

An attendant places a room service order on a table at Four Seasons Atlanta.
Room service is lovely (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

Skip dining at a restaurant and enjoy a meal in the comfort of your room or suite. In-room dining is available 24 hours a day and offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, late-night dining, and beverage menus.

We ordered plenty of room service during our recent stay and it was outstanding. I love that they (and pretty much every Four Seasons we’ve stayed at) will make customizations and take special requests.

Our breakfast room service tray at Four Seasons Atlanta
I recommend the avocado toast.

Hotel Amenities

When you arrive at the hotel, you experience Southern hospitality at its finest, including services and amenities to help enhance your stay.

Guests at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta have access to all the on-site amenities, including the pool, spa, and fitness center.

Though the hotel is close to many things to do in Atlanta, the amenities offer you access to things to do without needing to leave the hotel.

A therapist pours oil on a guest during a massage at the Four Seasons Atlanta Spa.
A lovely massage at the spa (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)


The exquisitely designed spa has a tranquil, residential-style atmosphere with beautiful wainscotting, muted colors, and marble finishes. The Four Seasons Atlanta Spa has ten treatment rooms and a private nail suite.

The Midtown Massage is a must for those visiting the hotel featuring a full body massage with locally made Mama Lavender Rosemary products.

Popular services from the spa include the Honey Detox Treatment, Ashiatsu – Barefoot Massage, Cryotherapy Rejuvenation Facial, and Pomegranate Manicure and Pedicure.

Indoor Pool

A family plays with a beach ball in the indoor pool at Four Seasons Atlanta.
Indoor Pool (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

The indoor saltwater pool is the perfect place to relax after a long day. The decor includes neoclassical designs that spill out onto the adjacent terrace, where you can continue relaxing and enjoy the Southern sun.

The pool also has a whirlpool for continued relaxation during your stay in Atlanta.

Fitness Center

The fitness center is available 24 hours a day, offering an assortment of free weights and workout equipment. Certified trainers are available to help with any workout routine or assistance with the equipment.

Fitness center amenities include Peloton stationary bikes, a spa tub, saunas, steam rooms, strength training, locker rooms, and cardio equipment.

Event Space

An event space with chairs and tables set up at Four Seasons Atlanta.
Set up for a meeting (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

The hotel has multiple event and meeting spaces available, including indoor and outdoor options. These event spaces can accommodate small business meetings to large galas, including weddings and celebrations.

In addition, the venues have a dedicated team to ensure your event is a success and access many of the hotel’s amenities, including the spa and cocktail bar.

Amenities for Kids

A father and two boys play in the pool.
Family fun (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

Families will love all the fantastic amenities the hotel has just for their younger guests. Everything from a specially crafted kids’ menu to a hotel scavenger hunt help enhance your visit with the family.

In addition, the hotel hosts many family-friendly activities, including welcome cookies, board games, playing cards, and DVDs in the room for movie nights. Services include diaper disposals, playpens, pack and plays, high chairs, play tents, cribs, and rollaway beds.

You should always tell a Four Seasons hotel that you have kids coming and even better what their ages and preferences are (do they like chocolate or not, etc.). This is because they can come up with really neat ways to welcome them.

My daughter loved using the little mallet to whack open this chocolate Georgia peach.

A fun welcome of chocolate for her; scones and peach jelly for me.

See also: Things to Do in Atlanta with Kids

Hotel Services

Guests staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta have access to many services offered through the multilingual concierge service. Other hotel services include in-room celebration decor, valet parking, car service, tailoring, dry-cleaning, and pressing.

Things to do in Atlanta

The Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta is located in Midtown Atlanta, putting you within walking distance to several local attractions, museums, shops, and restaurants.

In addition, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Fox Theater, Piedmont Park, and Centennial Olympic Park are within walking distance.

Popular activities to do in Atlanta include biking, exploring historical sites, shopping, and experiencing the arts and culture of the city. There is so much in Atlanta for you to see, do, and experience; you are sure to find something to enjoy.

Georgia Aquarium

Visit the largest aquarium in the county where kids of all ages can experience the wonders of the underwater world up close.

The Georgia Aquarium is a must-visit with thousands of marine species, including beluga whales, sea otters, and manta rays. It is possible to lose track of time in the aquarium because there is so much to see, but it is worth the time.

Also, ensure to experience the Ocean Voyager exhibit and the sea lion show, which is a must for families visiting Atlanta.

Six Flags Over Georgia

Those looking for an adventurous visit to Atlanta must make time to spend at Six Flags Over Georgia. Located just 15 minutes from the heart of Atlanta, this theme park offers fun for the entire family.

The park provides the more adventurous and older family members with thrill rides, roller coasters, wooden roller coasters, and high-tech 4D rides. In addition, smaller and younger family members can enjoy Bugs Bunny Boomtown, home to plenty of pint-sized toddler fun.

Make sure to purchase your discounted tickets to Six Flags Over Georgia.

The World of Coca-Cola

Those who love their soda will enjoy visiting The World of Coca-Cola, where they can experience a state-of-the-art museum featuring the story behind the world’s most famous beverage. This location is a top tourist attraction in Atlanta because it offers an opportunity to experience and taste several types of sodas and drinks worldwide.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

The Atlanta Botanical Garden offers a place to go, relax, and be surrounded by various plant collections, beautiful displays, and unique exhibitions. In addition, the garden hosts multiple themed events throughout the year and offers classes for those interested in learning more about horticulture.

Set in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, this oasis has 30 acres of garden to explore, including a children’s garden and a beautiful canopy walk.

Fox Theatre

The Fox Theatre hosts several performing artists, including comedians, musicians, and more. Those looking for a special night out full of entertainment need to add this location to their must-do list when in Atlanta. Additionally, the theatre has space to host private events, such as meetings and celebrations.

Piedmont Park

You will fall in love with Piedmont Park, which is just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel. The park has a beautiful lake with walking paths surrounding it. In addition, there are plenty of open spaces in the heart of Midtown, where you can enjoy a picnic, play catch, or relax in a beautiful and tranquil setting.

Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial Olympic Park is the crown jewel of downtown Atlanta, offering visitors a fun and exciting entertainment district to explore. The park is home to the Olympic Ring Fountain, the Magnolia Tribute Garden, Southern Company Amphitheater, and smaller gardens. In addition, there are 22-acres of green space honoring the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.

What Makes Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta Special

The grand staircase in the lobby at Four Seasons Atlanta.
The grand staircase (Don Riddle / Four Seasons)

The design and aesthetics help make a stay at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta unique and special. The dramatic atrium lobby has a grand marble staircase and is full of European-style finishes. The hotel walls have abstract artwork hung by Atlantean Caroline Bullock and other local artists.

The displays are curated and changed seasonally, so there is always something new to see. The best thing is, if you see something you like, you can start your art collection. Just ask a hotel staff member how to purchase your favorite piece of art.

Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta is part of a worldwide chain of more than 100 luxury hotels and resorts offering unique vacation and business travel experiences. The Canadian-based company believes in providing superior service and top-of-the-line amenities. Add that to the Southern hospitality Atlanta is known for, and you have a unique experience staying at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta.

Seasonal activities are available throughout the year at both the hotel and the surrounding Atlanta area. The Fifth Floor Garden Terrace offers seasonal meals based on the vegetables and herbs grown in the on-site garden.

Nearby attractions, such as the botanical gardens, aquarium, and theme parks, offer special events celebrating holidays, historical events in Atlanta, and other special occasions. When you visit, you are sure to find something fun and unique when staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta.

Four Seasons Atlanta Reservations

The very best way to book Four Seasons hotels and resorts worldwide is through their special program that only luxury travel advisors have access to. You’ll receive:

  • Daily breakfast for two in the Hotel restaurant
  • Hotel/Resort Credit* (based on room category booked):
    • Guest Rooms: USD 100 credit per stay
    • Suites and Specialty Suites: USD 200 credit per stay
    • Private Retreats: USD 200 credit per bedroom per stay
  • Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in**
  • Welcome note at check-in acknowledging you and your travel agency and the benefits that are being extended
  • Complimentary standard Internet in all guest rooms and premium Internet in all suites
Four Seasons Preferred Partner logo

*Hotel/Resort Credit may be applied to select incidental charges incurred at the Hotel or Resort. Must be used in conjunction with the initial stay and will be applied at check-out. May not be applied towards the room rate, taxes, resort fees, service charges, conference fees, or any charges from outside vendors. Exclusions may apply; contact the Hotel/Resort for more details.

When a suite is reserved in connection with another guest room or suite, the cumulative credit (based on room category booked) value applies.

The Private Retreats credit applies to Villas and Residences with a minimum average rate per night (before Resort fees and taxes) of USD 1,000.

**Category upgrade based on availability at time of check-in excludes Specialty Suites, Villas and the Private Retreats collection of Villas and Residences.

Katie Dillon is the managing editor of La Jolla Mom. She helps readers plan San Diego vacations through her hotel expertise (that stems from living in a Four Seasons hotel) and local connections. Readers have access to exclusive discounts on theme park tickets (like Disneyland and San Diego Zoo) and perks at luxury hotels worldwide through her. She also shares insider tips for visiting major cities worldwide, like Hong Kong, London, Paris, and Shanghai, that her family has either lived in or visits regularly (or both).

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