While it might lack the grandeur of the Candler Hotel, another recently remodeled downtown Atlanta lodge, the Hampton Inn & Suites in a main tourist district is lifting the curtain on recent updates to its historic building.
Changes to the National Register of Historic Places building at 161 Ted Turner Drive mark another instance of hotels across the city undergoing branding redos or aesthetic refreshes.
The Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta-Downtown renovation, which began earlier this year, was mainly cosmetic and aimed to provide “a much-needed refresh while still staying true to [the building’s] historic roots,” per management company McKibbon Hospitality.
All 119 guest rooms, dining areas, meeting spaces, and the lobby were extensively updated, officials said in an announcement today.
Georgia-based remodeling construction company Beam Team led the renovations.