The W Hotel in Atlanta’s Buckhead for Chic Ambiance & Ideal Location

Last time I was in Atlanta was a year ago and yet, it has been more than a decade since I walked Buckhead’s streets in detail. A great stay if you want a mix of chic and culture meets convenience is the W Hotel in Buckhead, a 4-minute walk from upscale shopping at Lenox Square Mall,  3.4 miles from Chastain Park Amphitheatre and less than five miles from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Below is a solid example of one of their suites.
Atlanta embraces night live and so does the W’s Buckhead location……lounging about late night which I did on my first night (loved their top floor bar and the restaurant bar on the first level).

By day, if you’re a pool and sun junkie, they’re got you covered as well…..

Diners and serious foodies, they will set you up as well – be sure to speak up and they will accommodate — the mistake is not speaking up about your foodie-ness or wine-snobbiness. Don’t be afraid to go there!

The outside pool – it’s beautiful and….useable!

More great late night lounge-iness, wihch we loved about both the location and the venue itself….

Then there’s the rooms….I had a standard + minor upgrade (great view but no suite) and it was similar to the below visual.

One of their suites….

A great great bar scene!

The front view to Cook Hall where I dined on the first night…….

Their decadent over-the-top pumpkin soup…..


The rest of their decadent, delicious and healthy menu delivered as well……


Cook Hall seems themselves as an American gastropub aka a bar-centric food hall where hand crafted cocktails are stirred, brews are drawn and small plates are passed. Think pulled pork sliders with BBQ sauce, carmelized cauliflower hummus, traditional burgers, crispy chicken with lemon pepper, duck tacos with chipotle coleslaw,  charcuterie plates,  a fresh kale caesar salad with egg and parsesan (which I tried), roasted red snapper, and even cinnamon donuts, punch bowl, popcorn shrimp with ranch dressing and pimento mac and cheese. You can even get Deviled Eggs with Peekytoe Crab here!   Below, my salad….

Kale Caesar Salad w/ Egg & Parmesan
And then there was dessert, and it lived up to expectations as well!

Simple, but elegant, not overly luxurious, but trendy and conveniently located with a great late night bar (on the top floor) scene!!!


The W Atlanta Buckhead

3377 Peachtree Road NE

Atlanta, GA 30326

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