The St. Regis Atlanta

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88 W Paces Ferry Rd NW (at Paces Ferry Pl NW)
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 563-7900

Foursquare Tips

  • The St. Regis Butlers are the authority on the art of the shoe shine. With these professionals, your Louboutins, Pradas and Ferragamos are in the best hands.
  • A great Buckhead hotel with a gracious staff and luxurious atmosphere. In the winter, the 7th floor terrace converts to an ice skating rink.
  • Enjoy a spot of Children's Tea with Santa, a chance for the little ones to share wishes and dreams with Mr. and Mrs. Claus.
  • Open late November through early January, the Astor Holiday Rink is constructed under a high white tent on the hotels Pool Piazza.
  • Buckhead- The St. Regis was built in 2009. It is mainly a hotel, but the top floors are reserved for residences. Its amenities include a fitness center, spa, valet, pool, and concierge.
  • As an alternative to valet parking, you can self park at the garage behind the hotel for $15. There is a walkway from the garage to the hotel on level 4.
  • The Wine Room here at the St. Regis was a filming location for the 2012 Oscar nominated film 'Flight'. Whip (Denzel Washington) meets his attorney Hugh (Don Cheadle) for the first time over breakfast.
  • Home sweet home... Glad to be back. #LongDay@Work
  • Best hotel in Atlanta.
  • Pretty good bar scene. Drinks are expensive, but tasty! Great venue for a large gathering of friends
  • One of the wonderful hotel inthe world
  • Check out the Spa!
  • Muy lujoso el hotel
  • Fantastic holiday activity. Be sure to make s'mores and have a hot chocolate while you r there.
  • Had my 1st honeymoon night here, beautiful accommodations. Best short ribs for lunch.
  • Beautiful during Christmas.
  • Fantastic hotel
  • St. Regis Bar is the place to get into grown-up trouble: Woodford Reserve Distillery crafted a special bourbon bottling just for the hotel, while Herradura bottled a limited-edition tequila for them.
  • Located in Buckhead's St. Regis Hotel, Atlas is a critical darling. Christopher Grossman is reviving American fine dining cuisine, and the restaurant has received three stars from Atlanta Magazine.
  • Over priced room service and the food isn't even good.