Visiting Atlanta? Plan a Stop to Buckhead
Atlanta is a city filled with history, fun and excitement. In the midst of it all lies Buckhead, a district rich with charm and a style unique to Georgia and the city of Atlanta. Located in uptown Atlanta, Buckhead makes up nearly one-fifth of the entire city and is a major Southern commercial and financial center. In fact, it is the third largest business district in Atlanta. No trip to Atlanta is complete without exploring Buckhead and all it has to offer. This slice of Atlanta is the perfect way to experience the Empire State of the South.
World Famous Southern Cuisine
The south is famous for many things, not the least of which is its world-renowned cuisine. Visitors exploring the Buckhead area of Atlanta will find no shortage of restaurants to suit their palates, no matter what their taste. From traditional southern barbeques to international cuisine such as sushi or tapas, Buckhead has it all. Adding to any great dining experience is, of course, the scenery and ambience. Buckhead is an area in Atlanta famous for old homes and charming buildings. Today, many of these buildings have been converted into restaurants, giving visitors a unique, historic dining experience like no other.
First Class Shopping
In between stops at the restaurants and bars in Buckhead, visitors will enjoy seeing the sights and, of course, doing a little shopping. Buckhead has actually made a name for itself on an international scale with nearly 1,500 retail units. There are a number of shopping districts located throughout Buckhead, including Miami Circle Design District, Peachtree Hills at King’s Circle, and West Village to name just a few. Buckhead is known as having the greatest concentration of high-end, upscale boutiques in the United States. Visitors looking for a unique, sophisticated shopping experience will enjoy exploring all the retail spots around Buckhead.
After spending your days exploring Buckhead hotel suites downtown will cap off your experience with a touch of style and sophistication. Enjoy fine dining on a terrace overlooking Peachtree Street, and get plenty of rest for the next day in luxuriously decorated suites and guestrooms that offer the most comfortable and most modern guest services in Atlanta.
As you plan your trip and begin your search for hotel suites Atlanta boutique hotels located in the heart of the downtown area combine history, charm and modern elegance to help make the most of your stay in the city.
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