New Hotels and more Coming Soon to Atlanta

Whether your convention is this year or in five years, Atlanta’s hospitality portfolio continues to refresh, offering you an exciting visit each time you’re in town. Convention attendees will experience new hotel properties, renovations to existing facilities and the redevelopment of historic areas to enhance Atlanta’s walkability for years to come.

Opening late summer 2021, Epicurean Atlanta is a foodie hotel in the heart of Midtown. The Autograph Collection hotel will boast a full-service, culinary-driven concept, as well as conference and event facilities and a ninth-floor terrace integrated into the Midtown skyline.

Take a break after meetings to explore what will be Atlanta’s newest addition and the city’s largest green space, Westside Park, coming summer 2021. Not long along the park was used as a quarry, but it has now been filled with water and acts as a reservoir holding 2.4 billion gallons of water. Meandering trails for pedestrians and cyclists lead up to the grand overlook providing panoramic views of the reservoir and the Atlanta skyline.

Thompson Buckhead opens late this year. (📷 Thompson Buckhead)

Centrally located in the neighborhood known for its shopping, Thompson Buckhead, opening in late 2021, will tailor to the bold traveler with 201 rooms offering the atmosphere of a luxurious private home.

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced its third boutique hotel coming to Atlanta and scheduled to open in Midtown in 2022. The new 230-room hotel will offer a ground-level chef-driven restaurant and bar, and a second-story bar and lounge.

Nobu hotel opens next year. (Photo courtesy Nobu Hotel)

Phipps Plaza located in Buckhead, brings a new hotel and restaurant to the upscale shopping destination. The nearly $200-million project adds a 150-room Nobu hotel with a 10,000-square-foot restaurant, opening in 2022.

Georgia World Congress Center will expand with the anticipated 975-room Signia by Hilton Atlanta. The new hotel will connect directly to the convention center and is expected to welcome conventioneers in late 2023.

Centennial Yards comes to Atlanta in 2024.

Atlanta’s $5 billion Centennial Yards project will provide 12 million square feet of residential space, retail shops, offices and restaurants Downtown and is expected to be completed late 2024. This tremendous project will further enhance Atlanta’s walkable convention and entertainment district.

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