Your senses spark as the Kimpton Midtown Atlanta Hotel comes into view. Here in Midtown, the pulsing heart of art and business in Atlanta, you're traveling along tree-lined Arts Center Way, a pedestrian-friendly promenade leading to specialty shops, restaurants, modern offices and luxe residences. Just ahead is our distinctive sculptured awning, an artful wink supporting 12 stories of gleaming glass. Closer now, you hear music and people as they mingle, dine and unwind on the outdoor patio that flows from our stylish social lobby and restaurant. Dare we say it? You've arrived...at an exhilarating new hub for arts, business and connection.
Business makes the world go around, and there's no better place to conduct yours than Kimpton Midtown Atlanta. High tech and high design pervade 6,600 square feet of meeting space that comprises a ballroom, boardroom, five breakout rooms and a pair of pre-function spaces. Those are the numbers, but wait until you experience the creative energy. Brainstorm in a boardroom outfitted with a connected table, oversized sofa and natural light pouring through expansive windows. Gather in the elegant ballroom or ideate and innovate in the breakout spaces. When the business day is done, relax at our restaurant Hartley Kitchen & Cocktails or Aveline Bar, each with its own stylish, welcoming vibe to get you into the after-hours spirit.
Kimpton Midtown Atlanta Hotel is poised within Atlanta's Midtown neighborhood. Long known as the "Heart of the Arts," Midtown is emerging as the epicenter for business in Atlanta, with half a million square feet of new, LEED-certified office space attracting entrepreneurial, high-tech and Fortune 100 companies. Our doorstep is walking distance to a MARTA rail station, where you can skip traffic and zoom to the airport and to various vibrant neighborhoods. Midtown is home to the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the renowned High Museum of Art. The annual Music Midtown festival draws thousands to Piedmont Park, Atlanta's largest urban greenspace. Margaret Mitchell wrote "Gone With the Wind" a few blocks from our door, while Martin Luther King, Jr., spent his childhood on nearby Auburn Avenue. We're proud to infuse fresh energy into this historic district, and we invite you to explore our modern, creative, Midtown neighborhood with us.