Signia by Hilton Atlanta: A Love Letter to the City

Signia by Hilton Atlanta is the city’s largest ground-up hotel development in 40 years, and with this new addition to the skyline comes an homage to our great city. All around the hotel, there are thoughtful representations that pay tribute to Atlanta’s uniqueness, history and resilience.  

Signia by Hilton Atlanta stands tall in the heart of the city. (Photo courtesy of Signia by Hilton Atlanta)

With its wall-to-wall glass, offering panoramic views of the downtown Atlanta skyline, the 42-story Signia by Hilton Atlanta is the tallest building on the west side of Atlanta, boasting 976 rooms, including 70 suites. Signia is a part of Georgia World Congress Center Authority’s campus, which includes Georgia World Congress Center, Mercedes-Benz Stadium and Centennial Olympic Park. Built on the repurposed foundation of the old Georgia Dome, the hotel features eight food and beverage establishments, a spa, rooftop pool and fitness center, flexible meeting space including the largest hotel ballroom in Georgia, a sweeping outdoor event deck and lawn, and Club Signia. 

Meeting and Event Spaces

Club Signia is one of the meeting and event rooms at Signia by Hilton Atlanta. (Photo courtesy of Signia by Hilton Atlanta)

Signia has created spaces for every occasion – weddings, bar or bat mitzvahs and milestone moments. The hotel also provides plenty of options for meeting planners with 137,000 square feet of exhibit space and 31,000 square feet of outdoor space. Catering can include experiential meeting breaks, chef dinners and mixology demonstrations.

Triumph Ballroom

The inspiration: The human spirit needs to accomplish, to achieve, to triumph, to be happy.

The thought behind the Triumph Ballroom comes from the notion that the human spirit is charged to accomplish, achieve, triumph and ultimately be happy. Atlanta reflected these qualities with its contributions to the Civil Rights Movement. 

Dream Ballroom

The inspiration: “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.”
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech given during the March on Washington in 1963 was the inspiration for this ballroom. Atlanta-born, Dr. King’s mission reverberates through the soul of our city. 

Peace Meeting Rooms

The inspiration: “It is good to realize that if love and peace can prevail on earth, and if we can teach our children to honor nature’s gifts, the joys and beauties of the outdoors will be here forever.” 
39th U.S. President Jimmy Carter 

Georgia native and President Jimmy Carter, who aimed for peace among nations, is the winner of the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize. His legacy and inspiration is exhibited at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum and in The Carter Center, both in Atlanta. His influence is felt throughout the world.

Five Peace Meeting Rooms are available: 

Magnificent Meeting Rooms

The inspiration: You Can Do It.

Atlanta hosted the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games and, while there were many moving moments, the U.S. women’s gymnastics team, nicknamed the Magnificent Seven, inspired the name of this set of wrap-around meeting and conference rooms. The gold medal-winning team included Amanda Borden, Amy Chow, Dominique Dawes, Shannon Miller, Dominique Moceanu, Jaycie Phelps and Kerri Strug. The world watched as an injured Strug stuck her vault landing to clinch the gold medal for her team. 

The Magnificent meeting spaces range from 500 to 2,600 square feet, allowing for different configurations. 

Board Rooms

Signia’s boardrooms, sporting floor-to-ceiling windows in each room, are named for current and former Atlanta neighborhoods: Mount Vernon, Washington Park and the corner room, Lightning. 

Occupying more than 500 square feet, both Mount Vernon or Washington Park allow a flexible setting for meetings. The larger Lightning boardroom has a capacity of 30 people. 

Food and Beverage

Capolinea offers majestic views of Atlanta. (Photo by Paul Beezley and Atlanta Event Photography)

One cannot create a Southern narrative without mentioning nourishing, comforting food to fuel the human spirit. Signia responds with eight areas to refresh including three bars, three restaurants and an elevated marketplace, all featuring locally and regionally sourced ingredients. These world-class culinary options are headed by Jacob Linzey, director of food and beverage; Christian Quiñones, executive chef; and Daniella Lea Rada, executive pastry chef. 


The mood: Martinis, Antipasti. Spaghetti

Capolinea, the Italian word for “terminus,” a term which described the earliest settlement of Atlanta, is the inspiration behind this signature fine dining restaurant on the fourth floor. Honoring the city’s beginnings as a railway and cultural haven, Capolinea serves dishes that invoke a touch of nostalgia. Guests can settle on the terrace to take part in the icebox martini table service and a meal of modern Italian cuisine while enjoying wrap-around views of the city.  House made gelato or sorbet adds a finishing touch. A private dining room is available for celebrations and lively gatherings.  

Nest on Four

The mood: For the True Fan

Look up and you might see one of the city’s peregrine falcons, known to perch among the nooks and crannies of Atlanta’s skyscrapers. These winged comrades also act as the mascot of the NFL Atlanta Falcons. The name Nest on Four suggests a secret perch (on the fourth floor) where guests can relax at this upscale gastropub. True sports fans will love the reimagined stadium and ballpark fare and more than nine beers on tap, highlighting Georgia-produced beers and spirits. A perfect place to watch Atlanta’s teams, this spot will serve as a local game-day place to roost and enjoy wrap-around stadium views.   


The mood: Atlanta Flair. Southern Fare.

This brasserie on the fourth floor features all-day dining and highlights Southern cuisine, focusing on Atlanta culture and rituals. The menu highlights a strong commitment to local and regional producers. Homespun captures the essence of farm fresh ingredients. 

Lobby Bar

The mood: Find Your Rhythm

A perfect place to meet for drinks, close a business deal or simply celebrate, Lobby Bar is a sleek space reflecting Atlanta’s history as an entertainment epicenter. Set to the soundtrack of music ranging from 1920s-1930s jazz to contemporary soul, Lobby Bar invites guests to find their rhythm and indulge in classic cocktails and contemporary takes on pre-Prohibition classics. A menu of shareable bar food includes charcuterie boards, grass-fed burgers and vegetarian offerings.  


The mood: Skyline Social

Dive into the vibrant pool bar showcasing Atlanta’s skyline. Highball, named not only for the mixed drink but also remembering the surrounding neighborhood’s past with highball meaning “a signal to operate a train at full speed,” serves light-hearted food truck fare and handheld bites. Cocktails include the Cobbler, featuring variations of a spirit, sugar and fruit, offered as a liquid or frozen cocktail. 

Friendship Market

Named after the nearby Friendship Baptist Church across the street in historic Vine City, the first-floor boutique market features food, drink and artisan creations including chocolates, soaps and lotions from Georgia-owned businesses. Breakfast items offer grab-and-go yogurt, pastries and barista-led coffee concoctions. Guests can stop in for lunch to get in-house prepared salads, craft lattes and sandwiches, while evening meals might feature charcuterie and cheese boards, crudites and a curated local wine selection.

Meet the talented team behind Signia’s state-of-the-art pastries.

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