Mandarin Oriental opens its doors in Buckhead, Atlanta
2 May 2012 10:53:29 GMT
Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta officially opened its doors on 1 May, in an iconic building designed by celebrated American architect Robert A.M. Stern.
“Our debut in the dynamic Atlanta market, particularly in the city’s sought-after Buckhead locale, is an exciting opportunity to introduce Mandarin Oriental’s gracious hospitality to leisure and business travelers alike,” stated Robert Lowe, General Manager. He added: “Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta is a spectacular showcase of what our brand represents, from its stunning residential inspired décor to world-class spa facilities and exciting culinary offerings.”
Housed in an iconic building designed by celebrated American architect Robert A.M. Stern, Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta soars 42 stories above the Atlanta skyline and offers sophisticated, residential elegance in its 127 spacious rooms and suites.
The intimate hotel features a 15,000-square foot spa, indoor lap pool, fitness center, extensive meeting and event space, The Café & Bar for exquisite dining and Taipan, serving specialty cocktails. The sought-after Buckhead location is steps away from the region's top dining, chic designer boutiques and cultural attractions. The hotel is 35 minutes from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and 10 minutes from the DeKalb-Peachtree Airport, which accommodates private aircraft.