Concierge.com's insider take:
This stately hotel comes with an impeccable Southern pedigree: It hosted the premiere after-party of Gone With the Wind in 1939 and has been rightfully placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The elegant lobby has graceful columns and a light-filled atrium, and the lovely outdoor terraces and cavernous ballroom are popular venues for wedding receptions. All 307 guest rooms are suites (with up to three bedrooms), and most come with full kitchens and washer-dryers. However, like most historic buildings, the Georgian's interiors have a patina of age, so if you're looking for brand-spanking-new digs, this is not your hotel—at least not until a planned renovation is completed. Its central location is near Midtown attractions, including the historic Fox Theatre across the street.