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Top 10 Accessible Hotels in Atlanta
By: Danielle Max | Jun 13 2018
As the gateway to the south, and home to the world’s busiest airport, there’s no shortage of places to stopover in Atlanta. With many of the city’s attractions located in the downtown area, it’s an ideal spot to stay for the weekend, a family trip or romantic break.

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1. Aloft Atlanta Downtown
300 Spring St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308
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Stylish travelers looking for a vibrant fun place to call their temporary home should check out Aloft Atlanta Downtown. The hotel offers a breakfast buffet (open until 11 a.m. in case you were up late the night before), a cocktail bar and live performances. If you’re traveling with pets (or service animals) the hotel provides toys, treats, and an Aloft dog bed and bowl.

When you’re ready to leave the fun of the hotel behind, Aloft Atlanta Downtown is located in the heart of downtown, within easy distance of Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium and World of Coca-Cola.

Accessible rooms include roll-in showers, a visual fire alarm, doorbell notification device, mobility accessible doors with at least 32 inches of clear door width and TTYs. The hotel has an accessible swimming pool and fitness area. Click here to find out more.
2. Atlanta Marriott Suites Midtown
35 14th St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
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If you are coming to Atlanta for the nightlife, check out Atlanta Marriott Suites Midtown. The hotel is close to Crescent Avenue nightlife and is a short walk to Piedmont Park. For daytime jaunts, the hotel provides easy access to the High Museum of Art or the Alliance Theatre.

Accessible rooms offer an array of features including roll-in showers, raised commode seats, wheelchair-accessible peepholes and wheelchair-accessible climate controls.

Portable bathtub benches are available for all room types, as are portable bathtub grab rails.

Hearing- and sight-accessible rooms have close-captioned television decoders, telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD); telephone alerting device; front door alerting device; vibrating alarm clock; portable audio-visual smoke detector and an amplifying telephone handset and braille in-room dining menus. Click here to find out more.
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Sometimes, even the largest hotel rooms can feel small. At Embassy Suites by Hilton Atlanta at Centennial Olympic Park the two-room suites – with separate bedroom and living areas – offer guests plenty of space to stretch out and relax. Check out the free, made-to-order breakfast or take a break from the bustle of downtown at the on-site Ruth Chris Steakhouse or Starbucks. The hotel also offers a complimentary evening reception with snacks and drinks to get the night off to a great start.

Wheelchair-accessible rooms are available, which feature grab bars in the bathroom. An inflatable chair to assist guests in getting in and out of the bathtub is available.

The swimming pool is accessible with a lift for pool access as well as an accessible entrance to exercise facilities. Click here to find out more.
4. Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown
275 Baker St, Atlanta, GA 30313
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If you want to enjoy nature in the heart of the city, check out the Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown, located close to Centennial Olympic Park.

The hotel’s central position makes visiting Atlanta’s main attractions – such as the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center, the Coca-Cola museum and the Children’s Museum – as easy as crossing the street. The hotel’s accessible rooms include roll-in showers with attached seating, lowered vanity in bathroom and lowered shelves in closet.

The Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown has an accessible pool with a swimming pool lift. It also has accessible public bathrooms. Click here to find out more.
5. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Downtown Atlanta
111 Cone St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
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The new Holiday Inn Express Atlanta Downtown is situated just five blocks from the Georgia Aquarium, a short walk from CNN Center and close to Centennial Olympic Park, making this a great location for exploring the city. The hotel also offers free high-speed WIFI in all rooms as well as daily breakfast, making sure you can fuel up before heading out for a day of sightseeing.

The hotel has ramp access with accessible routes from the entrance to the registration area, business center, meeting room and exercise facility. The accessible rooms have portable bathtub seats, communication kits with visual alarms and closed caption TVs.

Service animals are permitted in the hotel. Click here to find out more.
6. Mandarin Oriental Atlanta
3376 Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA 30326
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The Mandarin Oriental Atlanta is a five-star hotel that exudes Southern charm combined with elegant Asian touches. The hotel has an in-house restaurant and lounge bar. Located within walking distance of the upscale Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza, the Mandarin Oriental Atlanta is the perfect place to relax in utter luxury.

Accessible rooms feature a roll-in shower, shower chair and handrails by the toilet.

Hearing-accessible rooms feature strobe light and doorbells as well as televisions with subtitles or closed captioning and TTY/TTD equipment.

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7. Marriott Atlanta Buckhead
3405 Lenox Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30326
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The recently renovated Marriott Atlanta Buckhead is located in the popular Buckhead business, shopping and entertainment district and is within walking distance of Lenox Square Mall, Phipps Plaza and MARTA – Lenox Station, offering easy connections to all Atlanta’s must-see sights.

There is an accessible luxury suite, as well as several deluxe rooms for guests with extra needs.

The hotel has an accessible fitness center, self-parking and restaurants. The entrances to the swimming pool are accessible and have self-operating lifts.

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8. Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
100 CNN Center NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
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If proximity to the major attractions is a priority, check into the Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center. Located in Centennial Park District, the hotel has more than 1,000 rooms in two towers, offering great views of the downtown skyline. The hotel is connected to Philips Arena and the Georgia World Congress Center, and is the nearest hotel to the Georgia Dome.

Accessible rooms feature enlarged door openings, and the toilet and sink are no higher than 34 inches from the floor with grab bars near the toilet. There is the option for a standard tub with grab bars and hand-held shower head, or roll-in shower and grab bars. Visual notification for hotel alarm system, door and phone is available.

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9. Ritz Carlton Atlanta
181 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
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5-Star Hotel

The luxurious Ritz Carlton Atlanta is centrally located in the heart of downtown Atlanta. The 444 rooms feature a refreshment center, including a Nespresso machine so you can get your java fix at the touch of a button, and an honor bar. The luxury continues with bedside charging stations and Asprey bath amenities, a 37-inch high-definition TV and DVD player and a top-notch hotel lobby bar.

Accessible guestrooms have a 32-inch-wide opening. The restaurants and lounges in the hotel are accessible, as is the entrance to the fitness center. Service animals are permitted at the hotel.

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10. Twelve Centennial Park
400 West Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308
4-Star Hotel

The upscale Twelve Centennial Park is a home away from home. Each of the large suites offers a full-size kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances, separate dining and living room areas and one or two bedroom options. With floor-ceiling-windows and private balconies, you’ll have to drag yourself out to see the city.

Although the hotel offers accessible rooms, only the one-bed suites offer a roll in shower while only the two-bed suites have hearing accessible rooms with visual alarms and visual notification devices for door and phone.

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