People love brands like the Four Seasons because they know they can travel to any of the properties around the world and experience the same level of service and sophistication. The Atlanta property is no different. Situated in the heart of Midtown's cultural area, amid museums and concert halls, this stunner of a hotel has one seriously opulent lobby greeting visitors when they enter the doors. In-house restaurant Park 75 and the lounge and bar will continue to impress, as will the Spa at Four Seasons, with its 10 private treatment rooms. Although hotels of this caliber tend to dissuade guests from bringing children, the Four Seasons Atlanta embraces families, going so far as to provide sample itineraries before arrival and other fun amenities. There's a complimentary car service for all guests traveling within a two-mile radius (though the last night I tried to use it, the driver was off duty). At 450 sq. ft. for the base room, and prices starting at $249, the Four Seasons offers one of the best deals in town for top-of-the-line, five-star experiences. The large and gorgeous marble bathrooms have huge tubs perfect for soaking, and some have separate showers as well. If you have a little bit more money to spend (or can swing an upgrade), the one-bedroom suites are massive, with comfortable sitting rooms, work quarters, large bathrooms, kitchenettes, and a separate half-bath.