Earlier this month I had the pleasure of staying at downtown Atlanta’s Hyatt Regency property. The impressive 22 story hotel, originally built in 1967, proudly houses one of the world’s first atrium structures designed by architect John C. Portman, Jr. The iconic Atlanta hotel is renowned by locals and travelers alike for its magnificent panoramic views from atop Polaris and close proximity to world class attractions just a few blocks away (Georgia Aquarium and the Center for Civil and Human Rights). The lofty 1,260 room hotel proves convenience and comfort are just a room away. A simple reminder why it’s good not to be home.

I stayed in the hotel’s “Premium Suite, Corner Unit” nestled on the twenty-first floor, complete with its own private entry and living space.

Hotel entry at Hyatt Regency

The lofty penthouse features a number of spacious amenities including: its own living room, iMac desktop, dining area, master bedroom, outdoor balcony, and a total of two restrooms, yup two. Needless to say, the suite was also stocked with a number of luxury accommodations, including: 32-inch smart LCD TVs, KenetMD toiletry products, daily maid service, dry cleaning services, and yes complimentary Wi-Fi.

King size bed at Hyatt Regency

Waffles at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta
Breakfast in bed? Thought you’d never ask!

'Premium Suite' living room at Hyatt Regency #GetCarded

iMac in the 'Premium Suite' at Hyatt Regency, Atlanta
Working from the Premium Suite’s iMac isn’t half bad.

Sparing no expense, the master bathroom even had a TV display built into its master bathroom vanity mirror. Adding to the hotel’s charm, every floor offers breathtaking atrium views which can be quickly experienced by riding one of three neo-futuristic elevators.

Suite bathroom with a TV at the Hyatt Regency

Last but not least, Hyatt Regency Atlanta encompasses a number of enjoyable amenities all at your fingertips: including three in-hotel restaurants, a 24-hour StayFit™ gym, seasonal outdoor pool, and 180,000 square feet of meeting space. My favorite hangout by far was Hyatt Regency Atlanta’s rotating rooftop lounge, Polaris.

Bartender pouring a drink at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta

Book Your Next Stay
A stay similar to mine costs around $189 per night, not including applicable state and city taxes. Whether you’re traveling the country on business or just looking for the ultimate staycation, Hyatt Regency wants you to remember it’s good not to be home. Click here to book your next stay!

Address: 265 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 30303
Phone: 404-577-1234
Hotel Class: 3.5 stars