TRAVEL - EDITORIAL
Saturday, May 4, 2019
W Atlanta - Midtown
TRAVEL - EDITORIAL
by Beren Dere
This renovation is the first large-scale overhaul since the opening of W Atlanta - Midtown in 2009, and the total of 466 rooms, including 33 private suites, and 40,000 square feet of meeting and event areas were all renovated.
A floral concept has been inspired by the flora and fauna of Atlanta and public spaces features forbidden garden motifs. The floral effect is complemented by global artistic approaches, and bird-cage-shaped ceiling lamps and butterflies and flower sculptures created by Redwood Stoneworks and Prince Design UK can be seen in different parts of the space.
The newly designed layout of The Living Room has created more seating areas, which will help the hotel to become more prominent among the city's drinks and dining venues. Guests are welcome to taste the cocktails filled with flower taste in the renovated space. The decision maker is Executive Chef Aaron Baxendale, and the menu created by him offers spicy flavors that reflect the season and are cooked using local ingredients. The Bar's design also focuses on transparency and is clearly visible from the entrance hall to the patio.
In their rooms, guests can find furniture with clean lines and bold colors that complement the music-inspired décor. It is possible to see the works of art that are referred to the iconic local places that are conceived so that the visitors can live the highest level of Atlanta experience. Virserius Studio's art consultancy Imaggo Production designed the walls of the rooms to praise the fact that Atlanta is the epicenter of culture, music, and entertainment. Guestrooms include carefully selected amenities, such as flat-screen TVs, Bluetooth speaker, glass door showers and luxury bath products.
With the collaboration of W brand's award-winning design team and Virserius Studio, a New York and Paris-based company, spaces where guests can enjoy living is created. W Atlanta - Midtown is ready to welcome its guests with the new concept.