Contemporary treatments of traditional furnishings feature rich hardwood furniture complemented by deep tan and purple tones and unexpected accent pieces working in unison to convey the charm and couture of cosmopolitan Atlanta.
ATLANTA – Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel & Convention Center, the only Four Diamond Northwest Atlanta, Georgia, luxury hotel, recently completed renovations of all 522 guest rooms and suites, including the trendy Club Level. The new chic design coupled with oversized accommodations take cues from the hotel’s idyllic location near shopping, dining and entertainment.
Contemporary treatments of traditional furnishings feature rich hardwood furniture complemented by deep tan and purple tones and unexpected accent pieces working in unison to convey the charm and couture of cosmopolitan Atlanta. Clever touches include chic wall graphics and striking arched floor lamps. Innovative lighting creates sun-infused warmth throughout the day and an urbane ambiance in the evening. The impressive layers of craftsmanship, detail and luxury combined with an unparalleled combination of functionality and comfort will only enhance the overall guest experience.
These striking accommodations in Atlanta are the crown jewel of the booming Galleria office and shopping complex. The hotel offers an ideal venue for business meetings and social events, showcasing 60,000 square feet of flexible meeting space and a direct connection to an additional 320,000 square feet of event space at the Cobb Galleria Convention Centre.
Conveniently located off I-75 and I-285, the hotel is only a short drive away from downtown Atlanta and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The property provides valet parking and complimentary self-parking, making traveling around the area a breeze.
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