What’s not to love when you combine history, Southern charm, and a twist of Parisian elegance? We think it’s everything a girl could ask for in a wedding or reception venue. Designed in the Beaux Arts style as a Southern interpretation of a Parisian hotel, The Georgian Terrace Hotel has been a luxurious Atlanta landmark since its grand opening on October 2, 1911 and has been marked by such lavish affairs as the “Gone With the Wind” premiere party and played host to many prominent individuals including President Calvin Coolidge, Enrico Caruso and the Metropolitan Opera Company, Charles Lindbergh and F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Georgian Terrace hosted yet another fabulous fete last Thursday, May 21 with a grand re-opening party showcasing Fremont Realty Capital’s $11 million renovation. Revelers were entertained by Midtown:
-weddings as a preparation room for brides and their bridal parties as well as visiting dignitaries, VIP guests and for honeymoons.
-Guestrooms upgraded with a lush Serta Sapphire Suite Pillow top – Perfect Sleeper mattresses complemented with luxurious bedding packages of all-white duvet, navy blue and gold pillow shams, gold bed skirts, navy blue bed scarf and 300-plus thread-count linens. Yes, please!
Photos courtesy of Catrina Maxwell/Ben Rose Photography and Hitch Creative
The Georgian Terrace Hotel
659 Peachtree Street NE. Atlanta, GA 30308.