A Midtown Atlanta Hotel With Style & Southern Hospitality

At the Georgian Terrace, we’re dedicated to delivering a consistently superior travel experience in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. It starts with our team at The Georgian Terrace, who will help ensure that your stay is as memorable as possible. Whether you’re here for business or leisure, our hotel offers everything from local transportation, delicious dining options, a bustling business center and an Atlanta experience you can only get when you stay at The Georgian Terrace.

Our History

  • 1911


    With the debut of the Georgian Terrace, Atlanta gets a grand hotel worthy of its emerging status as the epicenter of Southern culture. F. Scott Fitzgerald and President Calvin Coolidge are among the notable guests taking in the new hotel’s grand interiors, including crystal chandeliers and marble columns.

  • 1918


    Arthur Murray starts teaching dance lessons in the ballroom while he’s a student at Georgia Tech. This marks the first time he begins teaching under his own name.

  • 1939


    The premiere of Gone with the Wind in Atlanta brings the movie’s director and nearly all of its stars to the Georgian Terrace for a gala premiere party.

  • 1946


    Walt Disney stays at the hotel when his movie, Song of the South, premieres at the Fox Theatre.

  • 1970


    Concert promoter Alex Cooley’s famed Electric Ballroom opens in the Georgian Terrace, hosting headliners including Bruce Springsteen, Patti Smith, the Pretenders, and Billy Joel.


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