Everything about the Clermont made me so happy to be in an hotel that is so friendly and is out front when it comes to services and location. This part of town has been a favorite for fifty years, and to have the rejuvenated Clermont with all of its history was a joy at every moment, especially with the great food and the rooftop bar and its service.
I return to Hotel Clermont again and again. I’m treated with kindness and welcomed with a glass of bubbles. Parking is easy, either valet or street parking. The rooms are styled in beautiful colors with art, not prints. There is space downstairs to work but also a desk in the room.
I have been in and out of Atlanta for the last 20 years, and Clermont has a special place in my heart. The details of the renovation are impeccable. They did a lovely job of modernizing a time stamp in ways that I don’t see often. Beyond that, it truly feels like home. Pat, who works in the mornings, and has been there the last three stays I’ve had since last year is amazing. His genuine care is rare to find in travel, and seeing him and other staff that are familiar faces is really wonderful. I plan to stay as often as life allows!
Great place to stay! Cool boutique hotel. Super convenient. Staff was excellent! Service in the bar was a little slow. The roof top is fun! You must try a Crepe Cake from Tiny Lou’s!!!! Its the bomb. This is a must stay if you are looking for something a little different outside your standard hotel experience.
Pretty trendy, vintage, clean hotel. Valet is $49/night, street parking, but across a busy street and limited due to the location. There is NO microwave or fridge. The hand soap and lotion smell fresh. not perfumey. Shampoo and conditioner is also offered on the shower wall. Hopefully, they cleaned off what appeared to be paint or mold in room A15.
Saw this hotel in the Whisky Advocate mag. Checked it out and it was a very great hotel. Loved the boutique style. Rooftop was closed early it seems. The Local across the street has the best wings! Really enjoyed my stay and loved the complimentary beverage upon check in. Nice touch.
This historic hotel isn’t much to look at on the outside, but is fabulous to look at, stay in, and dine in on the inside. Decor, furnishings, extra attention to details are all top notch, right down to the superb basement French restaurant.
We had a blast - walking distance to Ponce city market, great rooftop bar and incredible dining at tiny Lou's. Love the attention to detail - such a memorable stay. The decor was beautiful and the staff was so helpful. Hope to visit again!
The staff is nice. Compliments end there. We had king bed room facing residential side of hotel on third floor at end of hall. There was a party in the adjacent room the first night. They provide earplugs in room which I shouldn’t have to use just to sleep. It’s like an open admission of what a party hotel is and I was in a $400 per night room. That morning some non looking hotel guests were leaning in hall walk or Shame style in clothes from night before. There’s no security to make sure non guests do not end off on guest floors. On lobby level in one of commons rooms there were two people sleeping in hoodies on banquette in little library area. Definitely didn’t look like paying guests. Second night different people in adjacent room. The most loud graphic sex I’ve ever heard go on including the man giving the woman commands and directions . It went on for hours. Followed by hours of a woman sobbing uncontrollable, him yelling at her and then a repeat of the hours long loud sex performance. They put a $800 hold on my Amex that hasn’t cleared just to check in. All of it was a mess I’m sure they think their formula for business is kitschy and adorable. Retro . Whatever. I don’t.…
Having loved the restaurant, Tiny Lou's, in the past, I was familiar with the vibe and brought two colleagues to stay each two nights for a business event. They absolutely loved the experience from rooftop drinks with clients to a business dinner at Tiny Lou's. We could actually talk and hear ourselves at Tiny Lou's! Note: this is not the Hyatt or Hilton (which I avoid) thus must be approached with a love of the fun and bizarre and great design.