St. Regis hotel lobby.
St. Regis pool patio.
The Caroline Astor Suite
The Caroline Astor Suite balcony overlooking the pool.
Superior Guest Room with queen beds.
Located in the exquisite enclave of Buckhead in Atlanta, Georgia, The St. Regis Atlanta stands out as an impeccably groomed AAA Five Diamond boutique luxury hotel with unsurpassed pampering in a grand location. Our choice of room is the Empire Suite with its 3000 square feet of space and balcony overlooking the city. Both the Metropolitan Suite and Caroline Astor Suite are delightful with separate sitting rooms. And, if you can get it, the Corner St. Regis Suite is the ultimate stay with french doors that lead out to a private Juliet balcony.
The Atlas Buckhead restaurant.
The main dining at St. Regis is The Atlas Buckhead. The sophisticated setting is designed by acclaimed John Studio. Atlas offers a cultured and inviting venue adorned with an extraordinary collection of 20th-century modern art. Under renowned culinary leadership, Atlas brings a fresh and innovative approach to traditional cooking. The menu is inspired by partnerships with local farms using the freshest and most seasonal produce. Also enjoy the Garden Room, an immersive garden bar and dining experience, is an enchanted escape welcoming in its beauty and appealing through its casual approach. Other selections can be made from the Poolside Cafe and Astor Court (don’t forget to try Tea Time).
The Tavern at Atlas, St. Regis Atlanta
The St. Regis Bar, Atlanta
The St. Regis Bar is relaxed and upscale offering cocktails, wine, beer & elevated comfort food. Just as the King Cole Bar in New York is known for its famous mural, The St. Regis Bar at our upscale hotel in Buckhead, Atlanta features an original mural of a Phoenix rising from the ashes. Each St. Regis Hotel bar creates a signature Bloody Mary. The tradition stems from 1934, when Fernand Petoit became a bartender at The St. Regis Hotel New York, bringing with him a vodka and tomato juice drink he started making in Paris. Since the name “Bloody Mary” was deemed inappropriate for the King Cole’s elegant clientele, it was christened the “Red Snapper.”