New Canopy by Hilton opens in midtown Atlanta

The 176-room Canopy by Hilton Atlanta Midtown opened with interiors designed by the area's local art community. Photo credit: Hilton

Canopy by Hilton, Hilton’s lifestyle brand, officially opened its midtown Atlanta location. The hotel is partially owned and operated by Concord Hospitality, developed by Greystar and Whitman Peterson and designed by R2L: Architects.

“Opening this hotel in Atlanta has been such an exciting project,” Vincent Bucci, chief enthusiast at Canopy by Hilton Atlanta Midtown, said in a statement. “Since breaking ground, we have watched this neighborhood change before our eyes and have become a part of the amazing community of people here. We cannot wait for visitors from all over the world to experience the same Southern hospitality we have come to know and love here in the capital of the South.”

“We are thrilled to introduce Canopy by Hilton Atlanta Midtown as one of our premier properties in the Southeast. Known for its vibrant history, rich culture and community-focused neighborhoods, Atlanta is a natural fit to welcome to the Canopy family,” Gary Steffen, global head of Canopy by Hilton, said in a statement. “We are delighted to bring our locally inspired lifestyle brand to this cosmopolitan city and look forward to sharing the Canopy experience with our guests and neighbors in the heart of Atlanta.”

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Canopy by Hilton Atlanta Midtown is home to 176 rooms, including four suites. The interiors of the rooms are inspired by the art community surrounding the hotel, with local textiles and artwork featured throughout. Designer Krause Sawyer, as well as three local commissioned artists, were involved in the interior styling of the hotel.

For food-and-beverage needs, the hotel offers the Xhibit Studio Kitchen & Bar or opt for the “Break Fast” bag to be delivered to their room. The hotel also offers three meeting rooms and a 24-hour fitness center.

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