Site Visit | Hyatt Atlanta Midtown

By Connect Staff, June 6, 2014

Atlanta’s former Hotel Midtown became Hyatt Atlanta Midtown in July 2013 after a renovation. The project was carried out by Atlanta-based design firm tvsdesign, and the makeover earned the group the award for Best Rehab/Renovation at the 2014 Best in Atlanta Real Estate Awards in March 2014.

The theme “Jewel of Atlanta” inspired the hotel’s new decor, which embraces jewel tones and includes a chandelier in the lobby (shown) that contains 1,700 Swarovski crystals. The lounge, bar, restaurant and lobby areas were redesigned to be multifunctional with more flexible seating.

Hyatt Atlanta Midtown has 3,923 square feet of event space for up to 100 people in three rooms, two of which have natural light. The business center is open 24 hours, and audiovisual and catering services are on-site. A large pre-function space is available, and meeting technology includes high-speed Wi-Fi and drop-down video screens in all rooms.

The hotel has 194 guest rooms, all of which have flat-screen TVs, work desks and refrigerators; a heated indoor saltwater pool with a large deck; and a 24-hour fitness center. The hotel is one block from a MARTA station that provides access to Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta Civic Center and the airport. During free time, attendees can walk to Piedmont Park, which is a few blocks away, and many bars and restaurants. Private dining is available at the on-site Fork & Juniper restaurant, which uses locally sourced ingredients to create modern Southern menus.

Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels

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