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InterContinental BUCKHEAD ATLANTA
3315 Peachtree Rd. Ne
Atlanta, GA 30326
Nightly Rates (281.50 - 381.50) 5 Star
|This Atlanta luxury hotel is the perfect city retreat in the heart of Buckhead, Atlanta's thriving business and shopping district. Art Smith, the hotel's award winning chef, brings the freshest local ingredients to the table at Southern Art and Bourbon Bar, while treatments from the all organic SPA InterContinental offer a unique sense of relaxation. From the tastefully refined lobby to its premier location, this award winning luxury hotel defines city style.|
Meal included - lunch, Meal included - continental breakfast
Meal included - lunch, Meal included - continental breakfast, Maid service, Stereo, CD player, Sofa bed
|Southern Art The Atlanta debut of acclaimed chef, restaurateur and cookbook author Art Smith, Southern Art combines modern sophistication with classic Southern charm, offering Southern inspired cuisine and cocktails in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. Chef Smith embra Bourbon Bar After a busy day, meet up with friends and colleagues at InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta's Bourbon Bar. This Atlanta favorite features over 70 hand-picked bourbons and serves up specialty cocktails with a twist on American pre-prohibition era classics. Ham Bar Located next to Southern Art restaurant and Bourbon Bar at InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta, Ham Bar is a unique southern concept artisan ham-and-charcuterie bar showcasing regional country hams. Offering over 14 options of smoky, salty, dry, sweet and s|
Fitness center on-site
Children's program - The InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta is only minutes from Atlanta's Georgia Aquarium, which is located next to Centennial Olympic Park and the World of Coca Cola, and a short walk from Phillips Arena, Georgia Dome and the CNN Center.
Southeast's premier shopping destination. Anchor retail includes: Macy's, Bloomingdale's & Nieman Marcus as well as Apple and Ralph Lauren.
The South has spoken and the word is Phipps Plaza is among the best of the South! Phipps Plaza - named a "Southern Best" in Southern Living magazine's Readers' Choice Awards - is anchored by Nordstrom, Belk, and Saks Fifth Avenue.
This Buckhead men's boutique offers made to measure suits, sports coats and trousers...oh, and there's a bar in the back and the brothers are grilling out back every weekend in the summer.
This lady's boutique is located about three blocks from the InterContinental Buckhead and provides one of a kind styles, for a sensible budget. With limited quantities, hop on these haute offers while the getting is good.
MARTA is the rapid transit system for Atlanta and is located just a few blocks from the hotel.
Take in the classic thrills of Atlanta's own Six Flags. Just 40 minutes south of the InterContinental Buckhead, a visit to this world class theme park is the perfect half-day 'release'.
Spend an afternoon gallery-hopping. From abstract sculpture to contemporary painting to glass blowing, you're sure to uncover the perfect prize at any one of the gallery districts of Atlanta.
A leisurely drive through West Paces Ferry Road (and its offshoot streets) reveals how the upper crust lives. Among many other high-profile occupants, the Governor's Mansion may be viewed on the right as you head west. If you can make the time.
Take a quick jaunt to The Cabbagetown District, east of downtown Atlanta, to see the shotgun cottages and Victorian-style bungalows constructed between 1886 and 1892 for cotton-mill factory workers. Stop by the Carrol Street Cafe for a coffee while you li
Take a walking tour of Atlanta's historic neighborhoods to see the Fox Theatre, Historic Downtown district, Grant Park, and Margaret Mitchell's Ansley Park.
Visit the Presidential Library and Museum of Georgia's only Commander in Chief - Jimmy Carter. One of only 13 Presidential Libraries in the US, it contains a replica of the Oval Office and memorabilia from his presidency.
Take a run through the urban landscape of downtown Buckland: it's the perfect five-mile jogger's loop.
Tip: Allow some time to linger out back in the Quarry Gardens. With the recent addition of the Centennial Olympic Games Museum, the History Center has become a must do. Check out the Permanent Folk Art and Civil War exhibits.
Tip: Book early, as this popular tour fills up fast and reservations on the day are not accepted. Taking you into the heart of the CNN operation, this tour provides a great first hand view of producing and broadcasting headline news.
Tip: Contact the Concierge or www.georgiaaquarium.org for advance tickets as blackout days times are frequent. Five hundred species of global sealife and five million gallons of water fill the largest aquarium on the face of the planet.
Tip: Enjoy live evening jazz and cocktails on the third Friday of every month. Atlanta's premier art museum, the High exhibits 11,000 works from Alexander Calder to Van Gogh. Designed by architect Richard Meier and Renzo Piano, it's the place to see al
Tip: Weekends can get very crowded, so consider a weekday excursion. Visiting this important mecca of the American civil-rights movement is a must. Martin Luther King's birth home, grave and church (the Ebenezer Baptist Church) are all within this half
Tip: When you get to the global 34;Tasting Experience 34; don't fill up at the first kiosk you'll have five more continents to go. With a new 4 D theater, a fully re vamped memorabilia exhibit, and a new Pop Culture Gallery featuring artists such as An
Embrace a bird s eye view of this 30 acre horticultural haven while perched atop the newly completed Canopy Walk . Adjacent to Atlanta s own Piedmont Park, these gardens also house the largest permanent collection of orchids in the U.S.