Hotel Clermont, in the heart of Atlanta’s trendy Poncey-Highland neighborhood, is a celebration the city’s eclectic history. The hotel has a storied past, having once been a somewhat disreputable 1920s-era hot spot before it fell into disrepair.
In recent years, it has been lovingly restored to its former glory, with both vintage-inspired decor and amenities that are thoroughly modern.
Playful design details abound – like the goldfish bowl in the lobby and the neon pink sign on the rooftop bar that reads, “We are not a hotel, we are a refuge.”
Hotel Clermont’s 94 rooms are divided into several categories. Double rooms are cozy, yet stylishly appointed with a queen bed and whimsical touches like retro rotary phones.
The Deluxe Double rooms are outfitted with two queen beds. Their King rooms then are a step ahead in size and with king beds instead of queen.
Their top-of-the-range is the Clermont Suite, the hotel’s largest accommodation, with separate living and sleeping areas, a king bed, and a large balcony with sweeping views of Atlanta.
Most economical, if you’re with a group are the bunk rooms which can sleep up to four on bunk beds.
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Food, Drink & Facilities:
Hotel Clermont has several dining and drinking options on-site. Tiny Lou’s is a chic French-American brasserie that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with dishes like lobster eggs Benedict, steak frites, and a rotating selection of house-made charcuterie.
The restaurant’s intimate bar is a great spot for a pre-dinner cocktail or nightcap. For a more casual vibe, head to the Lobby Bar, which serves up creative cocktails and light bites.
And, of course, there’s the rooftop bar, which is a destination in and of itself. It boasts stunning views of the Atlanta skyline, a pool, and an outdoor fireplace.
Hotel Clermont also has a fitness center and a bike rental program.
Located on Ponce de Leon Avenue, one of Atlanta’s main thoroughfares, Hotel Clermont is surrounded by some of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods.
Poncey-Highland is known for its indie shops, restaurants and galleries, and it’s just a few blocks from Freedom Park, and the Atlanta BeltLine, a multi-use trail that connects several neighborhoods.
The nearby Virginia-Highland neighborhood is also worth exploring, with its charming bungalows, leafy streets, and popular dining and shopping scene.
For a bit of culture, head to the nearby High Museum of Art, which has an impressive collection of contemporary and classic works, or the Atlanta History Center, which delves into the city’s past.
Some Guest Reviews:
“The room was fabulous! Each bunk bed was comfortable and beautifully made with excellent attention to detail. I went for my 33rd birthday celebration and was welcomed to my room with a bottle of champagne and two glasses which were a very sweet and thoughtful touch! Thank you Clermont Hotel I had a fantastic time!…..”
“ Beautiful property. Staff at reception were very helpful and friendly.
The rooms are really nice – great styling and good amenities.
Location is fantastic.
Nice rooftop bar…….”
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