If you're looking to make an impression at your next celebration or event, few services take your gathering to the next level like Raising the Bar. At RTB, we mix superior service and delicious spirits with the finest bar rentals in Buckhead, GA. We pride ourselves on creating unique, delectable drinks backed by impeccable service to keep your event stress-free and streamlined, so you can focus on your role at the party while attendees have the time of their lives. our guests will not only be impressed by our high-quality craft cocktails - they'll be blown away by the entire process, from setting up to break down. Unlike some bar rental companies in Buckhead, we prioritize professionalism, attention to detail, and customer service.
Having served such brands as Ferrari and Delta, we know what it takes to turn a mediocre event into something special. Our team of bartenders have the experience to keep your guests happy and the flair to give them a memorable time, no matter what kind of function you're organizing. From summertime shindigs in the sun to corporate team building events, we've seen and done it all, and we're here to serve you as well.
we'll arrive early, set everything up, run your bar service, keep your guests entertained, and clean up after ourselves when we're done. We'll focus on your mobile bar service while your guests admire how awesome your event turned out.
Launch your product with branded bar setups or support your event with customizable drinks, satellite bars, and giveaways. We don't just handle the drinks; we keep the party flowing.
From exciting team-building exercises to formal affairs, we have worked on hundreds of corporate events in Buckhead. Regardless of the size of your corporate event, our team will handle all the details, from customized bars with company logos to a custom menu of craft cocktails.
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. As such, your reception is one of the biggest parties you'll ever thlmb-row. It needs to be perfect, and it needs to be fun. We've got you covered on both fronts and then some. Contact our office today to learn more about how we keep your guest's glasses full and your bar rental beautiful.
If you're looking for the highest quality mobile bar rentals in Buckhead, look no further than RTB. We've built our business around bar rentals and have everything from sleek, modern bar tops to rustic-chic beer taps. Our team is here to offer guidance as you choose your bar rental. Once you do, we'll handle every detail - from set up and break down to staffing and drink service.
Already have your bar setup planned but still need bartender staffing in Buckhead, GA? Our bartenders are experts in their trade and will undoubtedly raise the bar when it comes to your upcoming event.
RTB was built on hard work and kindness. With more than a decade of experience in the private event business, we have worked with some of the biggest brands in the United States. We pride ourselves on excellence in every service we offer, from bar rental setup for weddings to large brand reveals and everything in between. RTB isn't just here to mix and serve drinks at your next party - we're here to offer guidance, advice, and expertise every step of the way. From suggestions on how much alcohol to have stocked at your party to trusted vendor referrals for your corporate event, we're here to help.
At the end of the day, our goal is to ensure that our clients get the hard work and attention they deserve. When you choose Raising the Bar, know that we will do everything in our power to make you, your guests, and your event feel extra special. We are dedicated to giving every one of our clients a white glove experience, whether your purchase a full-service package or need an experienced bartender.
The idea of thlmb-rowing a big party or get-together for your friends or co-workers is an exciting prospect. When it comes down to the logistics of your bar service, however, planning can become a nightmare. Thankfully, there's an easier, more efficient way to arrange for a stunning bar setup - bar rentals from Raising the Bar. When you hire RTB, you can rest easy knowing we have all the details covered.
We are proud to offer the most streamlined bar rental services in Buckhead. Our doesn't just arrive at your location and start slinging drinks.
Setting up your bar rental is important, of course, but we also handle all the requirements your bar may need:
Of course, what kind of mobile bar service would we be if we didn't provide the most innovative, tasty beverages for partygoers to enjoy? RTB stands tall above all other portable bar rentals in Georgia with custom-made cocktails to fit any themed event and even customized menus for your guests. Example events that are perfect for RTB bar rentals include sales meetings, real estate open houses, holiday staff parties, software release parties, team building mixology meetings, birthday parties, barbecues, and more.
At RTB, we earned our stripes by showing off what we can do in front of thousands of people. With our extensive experience, innovative cocktails, and top-notch bartenders, you can't go wrong with Raising the Bar.Contact Us
We get feedback from our amazing clients every day, telling us how we helped make their event bigger and better than they thought possible. We're in the business of making your party or gathering unforgettable, but we also provide convenience and peace of mind for busy people planning events.
Our mobile bars can be personalized to match nearly any theme and any type of event. Need to have your company's logo on display? We can make that happen. Have a fun custom cocktail idea for your wedding day? Give us a shout - we'd love to hear what you're thinking. Unlike some of our competition, we encourage our customers to get creative with us. There are many options to make your bar rental stand out, from LED lighting coupled with a sleek, modern bar to luxurious displays with custom cocktail menus.
Planning a party can be a blast, that's for sure. But trying to handle event setup and logistics? Not so much. Setting up tables, chairs, and other items is time-consuming and frustrating. RTB eliminates this stress by arriving at your event location with everything ready to go - from your mobile bar setup to drink service and more. You've got more important things to worry about than whether the lemons are fully stocked at the bar. Let us take care of the "nitty-gritty" while you focus on enjoying your event.
Because RTB supplies you with everything you need for your bar rental service, most customers end up saving money in the long run when they work with us. Common costs that we can help alleviate for you include purchasing barstools, glasses, garnishes, mixers, sodas, and more. Additionally, our team sets everything up, breaks everything down, and cleans up after the party. This service also saves our customers money, who would otherwise need to make arrangements for storage as well as a clean-up crew at the end of the night.
At Raising the Bar, we understand how important it is to have a qualified, trustworthy team of bartenders at your event. From drink service to limiting alcohol consumption, you need to be able to rely on your bartender from the moment your event starts until it ends. We are proud to have skilled, fully insured bartenders who are ready and waiting to make an impression at your next big event. Unlike dull, run-of-the-mill bartenders, our team won't suck the life out of your party - we'll keep your guests entertained and their glasses full so that the good times keep rolling.
We will work with you to supply a professional bartender at your wedding, so you can say "I Do" without worrying about your drink service.
RTB can provide bartenders for your upcoming company dinner, award ceremony, team building exercise, and more. Our bartenders will be dressed for the occasion and will provide service that is tailored to your occasion.
Our enthusiastic, high-energy bartenders make a great addition to any party or social gathering, big or small.
Thlmb-rowing a private birthday bash? Perhaps you're thinking about a small celebration for your anniversary. Whatever the occasion, RTB will supply a hardworking, professional bartender for your private event.
Depending on the type of event you have in mind, our bartenders are also trained for more "out of the box" events as part of our signature service packages. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
In addition to bar rentals in Buckhead, GA, Raising the Bar also offers a suite of concessions services for events in Georgia. RTB concessions were born out of the desire to provide a next-generation beverage experience. This service is tailored to brand sponsors who wish to provide consumers with an elevated cocktail experience in a large setting. Special events and festivals in Georgia are only glmb-rowing in popularity. Today, consumers attending these events expect a wider variety of drink choices. They crave a personalized experience, and Raising the Bar is the perfect partner to choose when executing such an event
For brand sponsors, having a partner that provides a memorable consumer experience is crucial for maximizing ROI. Our ability to work with all trade partners (venue owners, brand owners, and distributors) makes their sponsorship money work harder. With more than a decade of experience, a highly trained staff of bartenders, and customizable bar services, we stand tall as Buckhead's most trusted boutique concessions provider. Having worked with many large-scale festivals, sporting events, and corporate events, we are confident that our beverage program gives consumers an unrivaled experience. Equally important, we give brand sponsors a key source of income.
Interior design firm unveils latest hotel in Atlanta’s historic neighborhood.NEW YORK, NY - Award-winning interior design firm Sawyer & Company announced the completion of their latest project, the brand-new Hyatt Centric Buckhead in Atlanta, Georgia. In conceptualizing the look of the hotel, the team studied the local history, landscape, and heritage of Buckhead’s location, looking to the unique stories and historic details that defined the area through the ages. The Sawyer & Comp...
Interior design firm unveils latest hotel in Atlanta’s historic neighborhood.
NEW YORK, NY - Award-winning interior design firm Sawyer & Company announced the completion of their latest project, the brand-new Hyatt Centric Buckhead in Atlanta, Georgia. In conceptualizing the look of the hotel, the team studied the local history, landscape, and heritage of Buckhead’s location, looking to the unique stories and historic details that defined the area through the ages. The Sawyer & Company team found themselves inspired by both the neighborhood’s unique current identity as well as the history of Georgia’s clay craftsmanship, which has been associated with the region for as far back as five thousand years.
Buckhead’s contemporary society dates to 1838 when Henry Irby bought hundreds of acres of land, and shortly thereafter built a general store and a tavern. Irby’s tavern became the stopping place for travelers in the sparsely populated area. The community began to grow around it with families and businesses taking up residence. Today, the thriving neighborhood is one of the wealthiest in the Southeast and is home to a variety of cultural activities.
The design ideated by Sawyer & Company throughout the 218-room Hyatt Centric Buckhead was inspired by three overarching themes – the Historical Local Context, Compression and Expansion, and Georgia’s vast natural Clay Resources – alongside the Hyatt brands’ international and global spirit of color, pattern, and fashion.
Georgia is famed for its bountiful clay resources and has a rich history of pottery with archaeologists dating pottery remnants found in the region to as early as 3,000 BC. Georgia’s four hundred and fifty or so known folk potters did not consider themselves artists; instead, they were humble artisans, like the blacksmith or basket maker, and primarily focused on the creation of vessels for simple everyday use. Appropriately, a playful expression of clay, pottery, and sculpture throughout the space celebrates the history of these local creators, sculptors, and artisans.
This theme can be seen in the glazing, shape, and color of the front desk, the first stop on any visitor’s journey inside the property, which also features a light installation inspired by the shape of pottery. A pottery wall installation by American artist John Johnson adorns the area next to the front desk, while elevator cab artwork from Quebec-based artist Claire Desjardins again gives off a glazed look. Headboards in the guestrooms are inspired by paint on ceramics, while the pattern on the TV wall wallcoverings was inspired by the crackled texture of worn glazed pottery. Guestroom area rugs express the organic shape of earthenware, along with the greater Georgia clay landscape.
The elegant neighborhood of Buckhead in Atlanta houses both low-rise and high-rise structures, and this compression and expansion is likewise expressed in the hotel’s design. The neighborhood features both urban landscapes and plentiful green space, with architecturally striking commercial and residential buildings prevalent throughout. Buckhead’s convenient location close to many of Atlanta’s most popular destinations makes it an ideal location for a short or long-term stay, while providing a true feeling of a home away from home in a clearly defined neighborhood with a distinct personality of its own. The notion of opposites and contrast along with expansion and compression were seamlessly incorporated throughout the design of the hotel.
Visitors are greeted by a reception wall located behind the front desk, featuring a locally inspired pattern and motif. Robust coloration adorns the elevator lobby wall, and in the guest corridor, a patterned wall covering leads travelers to and from the elevator banks, intuitively guiding guests and easing the internal navigation. In the guestrooms, a chevron fabric pattern highlights the headboards, recalling fashionable elements of the neighborhood. Closets within the rooms are entirely unique, celebrating fashion and the neighborhood’s many varied upscale boutiques.
The wall covering and art chosen to adorn the second-floor meeting space, designed by Red Tape – an Orlando-based studio founded by Peterson Guerrier and Chris Jones – are bold and graphic, relying on negative space to create a defined sense of space. The color palette on the second floor celebrates nature, with the carpet in the guest corridor inspired by both natural elements and the notion of compression and expansion that repeatedly features throughout.
“Our goal was to express the location in a unique way, to celebrate the neighborhood, the land, and the history in a playful and sculptural way through form, pattern and color,” says Sawyer & Company founder, Tracey Sawyer.
In recent years, the Peachtree Road corridor (Buckhead Village) has been given special attention by Buckhead’s commercial planners and developers. As a result of much considered forethought, this area has become home to some of the best shopping, dining, and entertainment in Atlanta, and all of the southeastern United States. Buckhead has been called the “Beverly Hills of Atlanta,” and it’s not hard to see why. Thanks to its history, magnificent homes, landscaping, location, luxury, shopping and amenities, a home in Buckhead today is a home in the most prestigious and wealthiest area of Atlanta.
Now, with the opening of the Hyatt Centric, the community features a stunning new hotel, complemented by the thoughtful design executed by the Sawyer & Company team.
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Did anyone hear that record scratch? Everyone at the party stopped talking and stared. Something inexpensive exists in Buckhead? That is exactly the selling point of a new rideshare shuttle service going online in Buckhead on Tuesday, April 19. The Buc, which has existed in some form since 2003, is re-launching this week as an on-demand shuttle that can deliver people to Buckhead destinations during working hours.Its previous iterations only stopped at fix points, ...
Did anyone hear that record scratch? Everyone at the party stopped talking and stared. Something inexpensive exists in Buckhead? That is exactly the selling point of a new rideshare shuttle service going online in Buckhead on Tuesday, April 19. The Buc, which has existed in some form since 2003, is re-launching this week as an on-demand shuttle that can deliver people to Buckhead destinations during working hours.
Its previous iterations only stopped at fix points, but the new service operates very similarly to Uber and Lyft. Commuters can download “the Buc”, the service’s app, and type in their respective locations. Then the app dispatches a shuttle, one of four 12-14 passenger Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans in their fleet.
“It’s still doing the shared ride experience, but it is taking more cars off the road,” Livable Buckhead executive director Denise Starling told the AJC and 95.5 WSB. Another differentiator from single-car rideshare services is price. “The technology is similar — we’re going to be a lot cheaper, honestly.”
As Starling puts it, the Buc “provides last-mile connectivity between transit stations and your workplace.” Those trips on the new Buc service - ones that start or end at the Buckhead or Lenox MARTA stations - are still free. But now the Buc offers trips between any destination within its service zone for a flat $3 fee. Riders can also add additional passengers to their parties for only $1.50 each.
To get the revamped shuttle off the ground, the Buc is offering the first six rides free to every new customer.
The Buc’s service zone cuts through what is described as central Buckhead: Peachtree at East Roxboro to the northeast, Piedmont at Habersham to the northwest, and just below the Pharr Road intersections with Piedmont and Peachtree to the south. So it serves the bulk of the skyscraper-laden commerce area.
The service times show that Buckhead workers are the main constituency. The Buc runs weekdays from 7-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., and 3:30-7 p.m. It extends to 8 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays. So ideal uses for it are completing that last mile between MARTA stations and job sites or attending lunches and happy hours. Starling also said they expect big usage from travelers in hotels and they want to encourage Buckhead residents to use it, so they eliminate the clutter of short, one-person trips from Buckhead’s clogged arteries.
The new Buc is also going to stand out from its previous version and from ridesharing services because people in wheelchairs can also use it on-demand. “People in wheelchairs are going to have a lot more options,” Starling said, because one of the four Buc shuttles will have a wheelchair lift and commuters can order it right then. Current mobility services have to be booked well in advance, Starling said, making usage less flexible.
Grants, membership dues, fundraising and sponsorship fund Livable Buckhead, which runs as a non-profit. The organization has many projects: parks and greenways (like PATH400), development planning and recycling. They also work with employers on transportation to encourage carpooling and transit.
The Buckhead Community Improvement District — a tax district that commercial property owners pay into — funds the Buc and gives some funding to Livable Buckhead, which operates the Buc. Starling says awareness will be the biggest obstacle for the Buc. “We have to teach people how to use it,” she said, noting the numerous events Livable Buckhead has held to educate people about PATH400, the BeltLine-like pathway that borders GA-400 from Wieuca Road to Sidney Marcus Boulevard.
But Starling does not think that Buckhead’s constituency, which is typically higher income, will shy away from the Buc like they might with MARTA. “”You see [people of all incomes] using Uber and Lyft.”
This may be true, but people love autonomy. If the Buc struggles to deliver people in a timely manner, it will not succeed. Since it runs in a very specific area in small windows, the Buc will have to really super-serve its diehard users to entrench itself.
The new Buc was supposed to launch on April 1st, 2020, but COVID-19 delayed that. Starling said that ended up playing to Livable Buckhead’s advantage. “The pandemic was actually a good thing for us, because it really was a forced pilot for telework.” Starling also mentioned the I-85 bridge collapse in 2017 as another catastrophe that forced people to reconsider their commuting options. MARTA ridership spiked for that brief time.
Serving a niche inexpensively has not worked well for the Atlanta Streetcar, which works on a small Downtown Atlanta loop. But the Buc is banking on being able to win people with flexibility (serving every area in their zone and not just a few stops), luxury and incentives (very nice Sprinter vans and free rides), and a sense of duty (taking cars off the roads). And it’s cheap.
The Buc alone may not eliminate long commutes, but it could make MARTA more attractive by getting people from the stations to job sites more easily. The Buc will also take cars off the road for lunch trips on rainy days or just beyond walking distances. And the shuttle will also be a cheap option for out-of-towners.
Doug Turnbull, the PM drive Skycopter anchor for Triple Team Traffic on 95.5 WSB, is the Gridlock Guy. He also hosts a traffic podcast with Smilin’ Mark McKay on wsbradio.com. Contact him at Doug.Turnbull@cmg.com.
From a wide variety of facials, therapeutic massage treatments, and mood elevation therapies, discover an oasis at this new luxury spa!Come discover an oasis for rejuvenation, mood elevation and wellness at Woodhouse Spa Buckhead. From a wide variety of facials, therapeutic massage treatments, and restorative therapies, the staff at the new luxury spa will customize an experience just for you. Woodhouse Spa Buckhead is located at 65 Irby Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30305. For information about their service...
Come discover an oasis for rejuvenation, mood elevation and wellness at Woodhouse Spa Buckhead. From a wide variety of facials, therapeutic massage treatments, and restorative therapies, the staff at the new luxury spa will customize an experience just for you. Woodhouse Spa Buckhead is located at 65 Irby Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30305. For information about their services, and to make reservations, visit their website: buckhead.woodhousespas.com.
"We are looking forward to providing a welcoming environment for all of our guests," states Stacey Howell, owner of Woodhouse Spa Buckhead. "As the newest flagship location in the prestigious Woodhouse family, we're excited about offering the latest treatments and therapies for health, wellbeing, and a renewed spirit!"
Whether guests are seeking a unique way to celebrate birthdays, bridal parties, promotions, anniversaries, personal milestones, or as part of their ongoing self-care routine, Woodhouse Spa Buckhead offers a full-service menu. And the spa's unique "mood care" experiences help create a refreshed and renewed feeling that lasts far beyond treatments. A complete list of their signature services is available on the website, but here are some of their offerings.
In addition to services, the spa features a Quiet Room for guests who seek an escape from the noise of the city, a dedicated space for inversion table therapy, a beautiful patio to relax and enjoy lunch, and a retail store with some of the spa's signature products so guests can continue their self-care at home.
Founded in 2001, Woodhouse is a premier spa franchise with a fresh approach to self-care. As a pioneer in mood care, they offer guests a holistic approach to wellness that lasts long after they leave the spa. With 75 locations, they are the gold standard of neighborhood spas, powered by their commitment to an unparalleled spa experience that focuses on total wellbeing. For more information visit them at woodhousespas.com.
Woodhouse Spa Buckhead is owned by Stacey and Hollis Howell. The wife and husband team intend to infuse the spa with a sense of joy, establish it as a place that celebrates diversity, and to become an integral business that serves the wellness needs of the community. Follow them on social @woodhousebuckhead. To learn more about their services, and to make reservations, visit their website at buckhead.woodhousespas.com.
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HUB404 is a transformative half-mile greenspace in Buckhead which will create a nine-acre "cap park" atop the GA400.BUCKHEAD, GA — The HUB404 Conservancy board named the nonprofit organization's first executive director, according to a news release.Anthony Rodriguez's new role was announced Wednesday, May 4. Established with the Buckhead Community Improvement District (CI...
BUCKHEAD, GA — The HUB404 Conservancy board named the nonprofit organization's first executive director, according to a news release.
Anthony Rodriguez's new role was announced Wednesday, May 4. Established with the Buckhead Community Improvement District (CID), HUB404 is a transformative half-mile greenspace in Buckhead which will create a nine-acre "cap park" atop the GA400 and encourage economic development, the release stated.
"I'm honored to get the opportunity to lead this innovative and transformative project," Rodriguez said in a statement. "The vision for HUB404 is ambitious, but it is exactly what is needed to bring urban sustainability and economic development together in the heart of Buckhead. I look forward to working with the Conservancy board to make the vision a reality."
In this role, Rodriguez will direct the next phases of funding, planning and development for the award-winning project, leveraging his decades of experience in nonprofit leadership and community service, according to the release.
Rodriguez previously co-founded and served as president, CEO and producing artistic director of the Aurora Theatre, the second-largest nonprofit professional theatre production company in Georgia. During his tenure, Aurora Theatre grew from a startup with one employee and a $50,000 annual budget to a professional company with nearly 30 employees and a $4.2 million annual budget, according to the release.
He also serves on the boards for the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and assists the Atlanta Regional Commission and National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures.
"We're thrilled to have Anthony join the HUB404 Conservancy team," said Jim Durrett, executive director of the Buckhead CID. "Through his leadership and experience, he will ensure that HUB404 will add accessible public greenspace in Buckhead's commercial core – a necessity which is critical to create a connected, sustainable and walkable community."
Joining as executive director, Rodriguez will have the support from a board with members from a variety of backgrounds in both the public and private sectors, the release stated.
"Bringing this park to life will depend on funding and partnership from a range of public and private sources," said interim chair of the HUB404 Conservancy Court Thomas. "Anthony's experience makes him well suited to secure the support needed for a project of this scale and turn it into a reality."
A graduate of the University of Georgia, Rodriguez has garnered many awards and accolades during his professional career including being named one of the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's 50 Most Influential Latinos in Georgia as well as making regular appearances in Atlanta Magazine's Atlanta 500, according to the news release. Rodriguez also led Aurora Theatre to earn Atlanta Magazine'sBest Inclusive Programming honor and Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce's Moxie Award for Outstanding Organization.
After opening Montreal-style steakhouse Mount Royal and rooftop lounge Spaceman at the Hyatt Centric hotel in Buckhead four months ago, chef Hugh Acheson is no longer affiliated with either restaurant.On Wednesday afternoon, a future patron of Mount Royal alerted Eater to a “change in management” after their reservation for later this week was canceled by the hotel. Anoth...
After opening Montreal-style steakhouse Mount Royal and rooftop lounge Spaceman at the Hyatt Centric hotel in Buckhead four months ago, chef Hugh Acheson is no longer affiliated with either restaurant.
On Wednesday afternoon, a future patron of Mount Royal alerted Eater to a “change in management” after their reservation for later this week was canceled by the hotel. Another patron provided a voicemail recording from Mount Royal stating that the restaurant is undergoing some “exciting changes” and therefore is closing temporarily for dinner. Their reservation was slated for April 23.
“We can confirm that Hugh is no longer a part of this project at the Hyatt and that Mount Royal and Spaceman should continue to operate as they have been,” a spokesperson for Acheson says when reached for comment. The spokesperson declined to elaborate further on the reason for the split, saying only that the chef is “looking forward to working on future restaurant projects.”
A source with knowledge of the situation indicates the decision to part ways with the hotel came down to “creative differences” between Acheson and hotel management.
With Acheson’s departure from the restaurants, it appears chef Sam Herndon (head of Acheson’s culinary team) is also no longer affiliated with Mount Royal and Spaceman.
“Mount Royal is open for breakfast 7 days a week and we look forward to welcoming guests back in for dinner soon,” Hyatt Centric Buckhead general manager Kristi Cotten says, who declined to provide further details on whether the hotel plans to rebrand the restaurants.
Spaceman remains open on the 15th floor of the hotel for cocktails and food, Thursday through Sunday evenings starting at 5 p.m.
Mount Royal was particularly close to Acheson’s heart. The Canadian-born chef called the steakhouse an ode to his hometown of Ottawa and neighboring city of Montreal. The menu centers on prime cuts of steak paired with French-Canadian dishes like Lyonnaise salad, tourtiere (meat pies), and sour pickles.
In early March, Acheson and Herndon traveled to Romania and Poland for two weeks to assist in coordinating food distribution efforts with World Central Kitchen (WCK) to help feed refugees fleeing from the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
“I can help cook, expedite, and triage a very complex situation,” Acheson told Eater at the time. “I worry about literally half a million people wandering in the cold wondering when they will ever sleep in their beds at home again . . . We can all do things.”
Update, April 13, 6:30 p.m.: This story has been updated with comments from representatives of Hyatt Centric hotel in Buckhead.