From the editors of Elite Meetings
The Sheraton Atlanta Hotel's bold modern lines, bright primary colors, and million-dollar art collection put a fresh new face on an industry favorite in the heart of Atlanta's central business district. Recognized for decades as the hotel headquarters of choice for corporate meetings and conventions in downtown Atlanta, the Sheraton has invested more than $70 million in capital improvements. The recent $20 million spent on guest rooms allowed the hotel to introduce downtown's only Queen-Queen room type and leading green initiatives.
The addition of a 50,000-square-foot conference center brought the grand total to With 95,000 square feet of flexible, high-tech meeting space, the Sheraton Atlanta event space is located on Flanked by two towers containing the 763 newly renovated accommodations, the conference rooms occupy three contiguous floors, all with access to street-level loading docks. The seasoned events staff handle everything from small executive meetings to trade shows and general assemblies of up to 2,000 delegates with their signature touch of Southern hospitality.
Beyond custom catering, the food and beverage options extend from a convenient grab-and-go Deli; to Collage, a casual breakfast and lunch restaurant; to Fandangles Restaurant & Bar, a fine dining facility featuring a health conscious, innovative southern cuisine with a European twist. Southern Evolution menu created by Executive Chef Marc Suennemann. Fandangles overlooks the hotel's gracious Savannah-style half-acre Garden Courtyard and swimming pool with retractable roof. Just outside the front doors, guests find the Georgia World Congress Center, Peachtree Center, Philips Arena, Centennial Olympic Park, Georgia Dome, and more than 500 Zagat-rated restaurants.