What You'll Get
Cowboys invented the handlebar mustache so they'd always have somewhere to hang their hat. Save yourself the grooming time and hang your Stetson in style with today's Groupon: for $100, you get a one-night stay at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta, located in the heart of Buckhead, plus a $25 Buckhead dining card (up to a $279 value). While this Groupon can be used anytime between now and January 9, all reservations must be made by October 15. Customers may purchase multiple Groupons for an extended stay. This deal does not include incidentals, parking, or a 15% tax.
Upscale elegance stems from the hotel's beautiful black-and-white marble lobby, Japanese serenity garden, and handsome views of Stone Mountain. The Hyatt's standard rooms match said sophistication, outfitted with full marble baths, either one king bed or two doubles, and individual climate control, enabling guests to find a separate room climate suitable for sustaining the life of an ice sculpture. After a day of strenuous sightseeing, immerse fatigued flippers in the hotel's outdoor heated pool, spread out on the sun deck, or let your limbs melt into goo in the sauna. If you're hoping to spring back to the real world with renewed physical strength and vigor, take advantage of the 24-hour fitness center during your stay. Customers who want to move as few muscles as possible are also in luck, as the hotel also offers tons of accommodating services, including 24-hour room service, a Southern cuisine restaurant, and a full bar.
The $25 Buckhead dining card can be used to grab gourmet grub at any of the following nearby restaurants: 10 Degrees South, Au Pied de Cochon (at the InterContinental Buckhead), Cassis at the Grand Hyatt, Prime, Home, Lenox Grille (at the JW Marriott Buckhead), Maggiano's Little Italy, Ruth's Chris Steak House (at the Embassy Suites), Seasons 52, The Café at The Ritz-Carlton, and The Capital Grille. In addition to being close to diverse dining destinations, the Grand Hyatt is a short trip from the World of Coca-Cola Museum, the new Georgia Aquarium, and Turner Field. It's also about a half-hour drive to Six Flags, and approximately 1,600 miles from the John Denver Sanctuary in Aspen, Colorado. See a full list of things to do near the hotel here. In case you forget to pack your walking shoes or joint fluid, the Grand Hyatt offers complimentary transportation within a two-mile radius of the hotel.
All reservations must be made by October 15, 2010. Only one Buckhead dining card may be used per restaurant visit, and there is a $50 table minimum. Buckhead dining cards cannot be used toward alcohol, tax, or gratuity.
- The staff was wonderful—friendly, welcoming, and professional. Overall I enjoyed my stay and would stay there again. – guest, Hotels.com
- The staff here are exceptionally helpful, the rooms are spacious, the beds are exceedingly comfortable. – Jacob D., Yelp
- The main comment I would make about this hotel is the staff go above and beyond to be friendly, courteous and very attentive. I've heard of southern hospitality, but the Grand Hyatt really takes it to a new level! – tmh7, TripAdvisor
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required, must book by 10/15. First come, first served. Parking, tax and incidentals not included. Rooms subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.