Atlanta’s hospitality portfolio will experience more than $486 million in new product over the next two years. The city is gaining new hotel properties, expanding world-class venues and renovating existing facilities, creating an ever-evolving destination for visitors.
AmericasMart will introduce Atlanta Next a transformation of building and facility improvements to enhance the convention experience of its 7.2 million square foot campus.
Illuminarium is an experiential attraction and immersive event space opening this summer along Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. Situated just south of Ponce City Market, this unique facility will offer an outdoor café and nighttime bar experience, the first of its kind.
Atlantic Station will welcome a 181-key Embassy Suites hotel in 2021. The hotel will feature 3,000 square feet of meeting space, an indoor swimming pool, fitness center and a ground-floor restaurant.
The luxury boutique, 216-room hotel, Kimpton Buckhead will be a transformation of a historic 1950s residential building. The property will feature a ground-floor Kimpton restaurant and bar, courtyard dining and drinking venue, private pool, rooftop lounge and 3,000-square-feet of meeting and event space.
The 282-room, dual-branded property from Noble Investment Group will have four floors under the Marriott Courtyard flag and four floors under the Marriott Element brand. Located adjacent to Fox Theatre, the hotel will house a 1,000-square-foot restaurant and bar.
1105 West Peachtree is set to house a Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel. The 178-room hotel will boast a full-service, culinary-driven concept, as well as conference and event facilities and an activated terrace integrated into the Midtown skyline on the 9th floor.
The building housing the new and fully renovated Wylie Hotel was originally built in the 1920s, serving as a 58-room, 18,500-square foot extended stay hotel. The property will return the front historic portion of the building into a vibrant neighborhood restaurant and bar with rejuvenated guestrooms in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood.
Club Wyndam/Margaritaville Vacation Club resort will transform Atlanta’s Downtown skyline with 22 floors of brand-new suites, situated along Centennial Olympic Park.
Dream Atlanta Buckhead will feature 200 guest rooms and suites, 90 private residences, a spa and wellness concept and five dining and nightlife venues, including a 17,000-square-foot rooftop pool bar and lounge.
Phipps Plaza brings a new hotel, office space and fitness club to the upscale shopping destination. The nearly $200 million project add a 150-room Nobu hotel with a 10,000-square-foot restaurant, featuring Japanese cuisine.
On The Horizon
The 50-acre Gulch renovation project to soon be known as Centennial Yards will see 12 million square feet of residential, retail shops, offices, restaurants and boutique hotels of up to 1,500 rooms.
Sheraton will launch their 124-room Four Points property in Downtown. The hotel will feature a spacious lobby, full service restaurant and 1,000-square-foot gym.
A Hilton hotel is set to be built on the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport campus. The property will feature 14 stories, 541 rooms and be the first hotel within walking distance of the domestic terminal.
Hilton will debut one of its first micro-hotel brands, Motto, in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. The property will be a part of an $80 million mixed-use project that sits a few blocks from Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. The hotel will feature 125 rooms, designed to be smaller and more efficient with common areas for guests to engage each another.
Located in the heart of Downtown, Signia by Hilton Atlanta, with 900-plus guest rooms, will be constructed on the campus of Georgia World Congress Center. The convention center hotel will offer both meeting planners and travelers an elevated experience—from chef-driven restaurants to over 70,000 sq. ft. of event space.
Newport RE US has invested more than $100 million in the purchase of 48 of downtown Atlanta’s historic buildings and development sites across eight city blocks along Peachtree, Mitchell and Broad Streets, as well as Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. The project aims to revive these buildings into retail, creative office and loft apartments and offer public spaces and improved walkability.
The 12-acre, four-block historic shopping center in the heart of Downtown will be reimagined as development across the city continues.
Atlanta’s influential paved path continues to expand and offer new locations to explore. Eastside Trail opens extensions through Old Fourth Ward and Reynoldstown. Across town, the 3-mile Westside Trail connects several southwest Atlanta neighborhoods. Along the trail is the food and beverage district housing several local concepts, including Monday Night Brewing’s, The Garage and Wild Heaven Beer.
Located at West Peachtree and 15th streets, Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Atlanta Midtown offers 186 guest rooms. The 20th floor features an indoor and outdoor rooftop bar and lounge area showcasing skyline views of Midtown.
The largest aquarium in the Western hemisphere is even bigger with a redesigned entry and a new gallery featuring sharks. The latest exhibit, Sharks! Predators of the Deep, features 1.2 million gallons of water, offering a new experience for guests and doubles as an event space.
The $55 million expansion project features a new 100,000-square-foot exhibit hall affixed between the convention center’s Buildings B and C, creating over one million square feet of contiguous exhibition space. This new fixed gateway allows the facility to compete for the industry’s most in-demand trade shows, conventions, and expos, while offering its largest annual events to expand as their businesses grows.
Hard Rock International has opened its first Reverb by Hard Rock hotel on Centennial Olympic Park Drive next to Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The 200-room hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, rooftop bar and more than 10,000 square feet of meeting space.
Savanna Hall at Zoo Atlanta is a one-of-a-kind event space overlooking the African Savanna exhibit. African elephants and other species roam the habitat offering views from two terraces and a ballroom.
The new Scent Discovery exhibit at World of Coca-Cola pairs visitors with a Coca-Cola Ambassador to guess the origin of a variety of scents. Guides educate guests on the anatomy of smell – from reception to perception – to determine which aroma profiles and Coca-Cola beverages may become new favorites.
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