Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center’s renovation reflects location

The Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center is completing its nine-month renovation that will see updates made to the hotel’s 18,000 square feet of meeting space, exterior cosmetic changes and improvements to all 344 guestrooms.

Each room in the indoor meeting space will have its own individual style with nods to the Perimeter Center. The property’s largest space, The Grand Ballroom, will be overhauled with textured walls, expansive 18-foot ceilings, new lighting accents and custom millwork evoking the tree cover of the area. The Junior King and Queen Ballroom will have floor-to-ceiling windows, new champagne- and turquoise-accented carpeting and new lighting. The Grand Ballroom has 6,300 square feet for pre-function activities as well as 2,400 square feet of additional space for the Junior Ballroom. A newly designed pre-function space will also help handle overflow. All spaces will get new lighting, carpet, wall treatments and fresh paint.

The renovated hotel will also have an updated boardroom, three private meeting rooms, the intimate Augusta Room, and an outdoor pavilion with 3,000 square feet of space. Each meeting room is named after a nearby road or structure leading to the property. These spaces will have new drapery, carpet and millwork. 

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In addition to a complete renovation of the hotel exterior, the property will add other cosmetic improvements like fresh landscaping; a grand porte cochère; a new lobby with custom millwork, flooring, indoor fireplace and check-in pods; a newly renovated Outdoor Terrace with more than 1,500 square feet of al fresco dining with lounge chairs, an accent fireplace and Edison lighting for evening functions; and a reimagined Greatroom.

There will also be updates made to the hotel’s 344 rooms, including new paint and laminate flooring; upgraded guest baths with sliding barn doors and showers with new tiles, redesigned showerheads and glass doors; and security upgrades. All balcony rooms were converted to add floor-to-ceiling windows for nearly three feet of additional space.

Other amenities in the property include a newly resurfaced indoor/outdoor “swim-through” pool, whirlpool, 24-hour fitness center with new Life Fitness equipment, Wi-Fi connectivity and an onsite Hertz Car Rental desk.

Photo credit: Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center

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