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The Georgian Terrace’s star-studded history

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The Georgian Terrace, a long-standing Atlanta landmark, was designed by architect William Lee Stoddart in a beaux-arts style – modeled after the architecture of Paris.

Originally opened in 1911, the ornately decorated hotel is a member of Historic Hotels of America. Since its opening, the hotel has hosted some famous guests including Clark Gable, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Calvin Coolidge and Elvis Presley. In addition, the hotel was the temporary home to most of the cast of “Gone with the Wind.”

In 1991, the hotel was temporarily converted into a luxury apartment building before being vacated and reopened as a hotel in 1997.

Taylor Thompson, 360 Media, Inc.

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