BETHESDA, MD—Renaissance Hotels, part of Marriott International Inc., has opened the Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel in Atlanta. Owned and developed by Grove Street Partners, the hotel is connected via SkyTrain to the Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport. There are two expansive outdoor spaces, an amenity-driven fitness center and an active bar.
“With its Business Unusual mantra, Renaissance Hotels is all about taking the business out of travel, so we are thrilled to introduce Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel to one of the busiest airports in the world,” said Brian Povinelli, SVP and global brand leader, Renaissance Hotels. “From the hotel’s artful design to its engaging experiences, Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel definitely defies the conventions of business travel today.”
Led by the interior design firm Rottet Studio, the hotel features artwork by Atlanta natives Ryan Coleman, Matt Herbermehl and Sarah Emerson. From the porch swing to the digital art projections and large mural depicting an abstract world map located in the lobby, the hotel creates a sense of arrival before guests check in.
The property offers 204 guestrooms, including eight suites, with a modern design aesthetic and pops of the unexpected—such as the custom murals found in each of the hotel’s eight suites. There is also a restaurant, 6,290 sq. ft. of total event space, a 3,345-sq.-ft. ballroom and a floor-to-ceiling outlook of the Tango Terrace. The non-traditional layout is equipped with lounge-style furnishings and decor that pull in natural elements, neutral tones and wallcoverings with a custom mural inspired by the flora and fauna of Atlanta.