Mandarin Oriental Luxury Hotel Banner Flies in Atlanta
The ‘Mansion on Peachtree’ properties hope to move onto bigger and better under the new Hotel Group banner.
The Mandarian Oriental Hotel Group has officially arrived in Atlanta for three months now and their stewardship is already being felt, from new offers for luxury travelers down to an appeal for new tenants in neighbouring properties to be sold off by the Group. The hotel itself still remains right at the centre of affairs in Buckhead, home to Atlanta prestige and executive decisions.
Peachtree Road traditionally provides the backdrop for Atlanta’s highest quality restaurants and shopping sites. Now the centre could be boosted by new permanent residents to the wider Residences of Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta; another re-vamp by the Hotel Group to the property lot that they would prefer to split up and focus on extending the hotel’s luxury catering facilities in the future.
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is no stranger to smooth operating in the United States. Their sites and often booked with the best entertainment that their clientele demands, including acts like Liza Minnelli and Chita Rivera. Now the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group are focused on offering deals for hotel visitors to Atlanta, a region that they were quick to assert as one of America’s fastest growing cosmopolitan cities.
Luxury travelers might be enticed by the centre-piece Oriental Ballroom that holds up to 200 guests or the Mandarin’s pride English Garden offering an unusual palette to contrast against Atlanta temperatures. Mandarin Oriental press promised to continue the Group’s “absolute attention to detail and personal approach to service”.
The revitalized management of the 42-floor building, designed by American architect Robert A.M. Stern, represents a continued momentum for Atlanta establishing itself as one of the United States’ most high net worth locations.