Atlanta, Georgia is the South's most exciting destination, with hot restaurants, cool neighborhoods, world-class shopping, sports, concerts and attractions. And Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead is your perfect home base! While you're with us, find a quiet moment in our serene Japanese Zen Garden, work out in our 24- hour StayFitTM gym or relax by our seasonal outdoor pool deck
Visit this chef-driven Peachtree Street bistro renowned for its cocktails and double cheeseburger. Get there early if you want the burger, which is served on a limited release at the start of each service.
The junction of Peachtree and West Paces Ferry roads features upscale boutiques, bridal shops, and national retailers. Find Restoration Hardware’s six-story showroom, as well as The North Face®, Allen Edmonds, and Patagonia®.
Located on Peachtree Road in the heart of Buckhead, Lenox Mall is a high-style shopping and dining destination. Browse big-box retailers like Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s, and Macy’s, as well as 250 specialty stores, including Buckhead’s Apple store.
Atlanta’s luxury shopping destination at the corner of Peachtree and Lenox roads features Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, and Tiffany & Co.® You will also find a 14-screen AMC movie theater and LEGOLAND® Discovery Center.
Take a 20-minute drive to Atlanta’s vibrant Old Fourth Ward district and the landmark Ponce City Market. Atlanta’s 1920s Sears building has been transformed into an eclectic shopping and lifestyle destination, with a mix of boutiques, galleries, and restaurants.
This peaceful oasis includes 30 acres of gardens, an urban forest, a wildflower trail, and more than 7,000 rare plants. The garden offers seasonal indoor and outdoor exhibits, including outdoor summer concerts and a holiday light and music show.
One of Georgia’s most popular attractions, Stone Mountain, is just 30 minutes from Buckhead. The park features outdoor activities, festivals, and events on 3,200 acres of natural beauty, as well as the famous Lasershow Spectacular.
The history center features the Atlanta Cyclorama, a 360-degree painting depicting the Civil War Battle of Atlanta, the 1928 Swan House, a 1860s Smith Family Farm, and rotating exhibits and events celebrating Atlanta’s rich history.