The Artmore Hotel Coupons and Deals
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Reservations required; subject to availability. Limit 2 vouchers per table. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Limit 2 voucher purchases per person; may buy 2 additional as gifts. If purchase limit is exceeded, voucher is subject to forfeiture. Please tip on full value of the check; 18%-20% is customary for good service.
Save 50% on "seriously good" specialty drinks and appetizers at the Artmore Hotel's "swanky" new cocktail garden or Studio Lounge (Thrillst).For $35 (reg. $72), two can savor appetizers and drinks in the cocktail gardenPick any two appetizers like the crab cakes with wasabi mayo and the beef brisket sliders; or try a custom gourmet sandwich with prosciutto or bacon from the grilled cheese barFour specialty cocktails like the Spiked Georgia or the Singapore Sling (up to $11 each)Travelzoo Tip: Book a night at the Artmore and save more than 45% on reservations through Jan. 24, 2014Terms and ConditionsValid for 2 diners only. Dine-in only. Seasonal items subject to change. Tax, if applicable, and gratuity are not included. Not valid on products. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol. Cannot combine with any other offer. Must use in 1 visit. Valid during merchant's operating hours.
Escape Kit • A One-Night Stay for Two in a Loft Suite • Daily Breakfast Buffet for Two • Valet Parking • Two Drink Vouchers • Combine Vouchers to Stay Up to Two Nights The Destination Midtown Atlanta might as well be renamed Uptown. Not for its geography, of course, but for its rising reputation as the epicenter of all things hip in Hotlanta. From the High Museum of Art to the recent influx of contemporary art galleries just west of the neighborhood, Midtown is a mecca for culture. But it's also home to a number of up-and-coming (as well as classic) restaurants, trendy cocktail bars, and boutique hotels. The Digs One of these is Artmore Hotel, a boutique property originally built in 1924 that delivers a personalized approach to hospitality. Situated on West Peachtree Street, this recently renovated hotel features sleek guest rooms done up in sensual reds, creams, blacks, and grays. Each generously large Loft Suite is appointed with a Restronic king-size bedroom, a modern kitchen with refrigerator and wet bar, an oversize living room with a 37-inch flat-screen TV and iPod docking station, and a spacious bathroom stocked with Aveda amenities. The Diversions First stop: the Artmore's Studio Bar & Courtyard. This outpost of hip, with white leather stools and modern-minimalist light fixtures, is frequented by locals and out-of-towners alike. And it opens onto a festive outdoor courtyard whose centerpiece, a flaming stone fountain, sets the mood for evening revelry. During the day, cross the street to the High Museum of Art, showcasing more than 13,000 works in its permanent collection, which spans centuries of art from around the world. Or, for a more boutique cultural experience, head a few blocks west to Saltworks. For dinner—and a time-honored taste of true Southern cooking—try South City Kitchen. This Midtown staple has been dishing up classic Southern cuisine with a modern, upscale twist (think cornmeal-crisped oysters and local Georgia trout) since 1993. For additional information, visit the Artmore Hotel on Facebook.
1920s Boutique Hotel on Historical Peachtree Street Peachtree Street is one of Atlanta's oldest thoroughfares and probably its most iconic. Its cobblestone pathways are lined with antebellum mansions, grand movie palaces, and other landmarks that seem to tell the whole story of the city in the course of one afternoon stroll. Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone with the Wind in a basement apartment at Peachtree and 10th, and several years later the movie version premiered at Peachtree and Forsyth. Built in 1924, The Artmore Hotel faces this historical boulevard with an ornately trimmed stucco façade that calls to mind a Spanish ...