Postmodern design hotel in downtown Altanta, Georgia.

Famed architect John Portman’s soaring atria and cloud-grazing glass elevators grace skyscrapers around the world, but no city boasts more of his postmodern designs than his hometown of Atlanta. Portman recently reimagined one of his original designs – 230 Peachtree Center – unveiling the brand-new Hotel Indigo Atlanta Downtown. Located in the heart of the city and connected to the AmericasMart (another Portman work), the hotel is just off I-75 and I-85, steps from the Peachtree Center MARTA station, and a short drive from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

From the curved, glass-and-steel staircase in the Hotel Indigo Atlanta Downtown lobby to the sleek guest rooms, nods to Portman’s midcentury design merge seamlessly with the latest technology and amenities, including a business center, 24-hour grab-and-go market and 24-hour fitness center. After a day of business or sightseeing downtown, settle in for a cocktail at the circular bar, where a floating glass-and-steel canopy mirrors the grand staircase, or enjoy dinner at JP Atlanta. BOOK NOW