Area Attractions

Located in the heart of Atlanta's medical district and Perimeter Center, you’ll find our hotel ideally situated near vibrant neighborhoods like Dunwoody and Buckhead. This Sandy Springs urban hotel offers access to trendy dining and premier shopping at Perimeter Center Mall. Explore nearby, family-friendly Atlanta destinations like LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta, Children’s Museum of Atlanta, and Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park.

Hyatt House Atlanta / Perimeter Center

5785 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd
Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 30342

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Local Food + Drink

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Savor a glass of wine with a signature steak served with choice of signature butters – béarnaise, smoked chili, or herbed horseradish. Robust options exist for the kiddies as well with three course meals (yes, filet mignon is a choice).

Vinny's N.Y. Pizza & Grill - Sandy Springs

Voted Atlanta’s “most authentic N.Y. style pizza,” relish a slice or a whole pie of saucy goodness. It’s carb nirvana with calzones, Strombolis, and parmigiana sub sandwiches featured heavily.

Rush Bowls Sandy Springs – Hammond Drive

Tuck into quick, hearty breakfast fare before you bound off to work or recreation. The fresh fruit bowls and smoothies burst with flavor and come with five servings of fruits/vegetables—customizable for extra protein, energy, and antioxidants.

Season's 52

Feast on seasonal cuisine cooked on an oak-fire grill/brick oven. Venture here for victuals sourced with care and fresh produce. Bite into one of their signature flatbreads that pair nicely with any one of the restaurant’s 52 wines.

Local Attractions

Stone Mountain Park

Bask in the bounty that 3,200 acres provides only a 20-minute drive from our hotel. Outdoor adventures for all ages are available – from nature trails for biking, hiking or jogging to exploring a 363-acre lake, or teeing off on one of two area golf courses.

SkyView Atlanta

Take in the sights that towering nearly 20 stories over Atlanta’s Centennial Park affords. The climate-controlled, private pods allow visitors great views of the downtown landscape, making this stop a must.

Children's Museum of Atlanta

Engage the children aged eight and younger. The museum’s exhibits and learning kiosks provide immersive and informal learning experiences. Art, literacy, culture, and geography are touchpoints for expanding minds.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Stop and smell the flowers, literally at this Midtown oasis of vegetation. The plant collections within the 30 acres of rockeries are amazing and you don’t have to be horticulturally-inclined to enjoy the beauty.