Atlanta's Artmore Hotel Completes Multimillion Dollar Renovation

The historic Artmore Hotel in Atlanta's Midtown neighborhood has completed a renovation of its exterior, public spaces, guest rooms and meeting space, it announced last week.

Formerly the Granada Suites Hotel, the Artmore was originally a luxury apartment building that opened in 1924. In honor of its history, the hotel has therefore restored the building with many of its original features, which it's paired with modern amenities such as custom bedding, iPod docking stations, rain showerheads and mini bars.

In the lobby, the hotel has added a new bar and lounge. In its meeting space, meanwhile—which totals approximately 1,800 square feet—it has updated interiors and installed new 46-inch flat-screen televisions.

"It's wonderful to see this beautiful landmark building restored, rather than torn down," Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau Director of Cultural and Heritage Marketing Ann Haden-Miller said in a statement. "Its Midtown location makes it ideal for visitors who enjoy the arts, as well as a perfect before- or after-theatre stop for local residents who want to enjoy a cocktail in the bar or lovely outdoor courtyard."

Added Keith Space, president of the property's management company, Boutique Hospitality Management, "Because The Artmore is such an eclectic building, we have played up its charm throughout the public spaces. We have maintained as many of the fine architectural features as possible like archways, columns, porticoes and balustrades. The Artmore is itself a work of art, which is why it's such a perfect fit for Atlanta's arts district."

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