• Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, Signage

    The Artmore Hotel was originally built in 1924 under the direction of the Atlanta architectural team of Barney Havis and Augustus Constantine and were apartment homes. It was a boom time for the area…   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, King Bedroom

    Built in 1924, this room might've been home to one of Margaret Mitchell's colleagues or a contemporary to legendary Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King, Jr. So far the walls aren't talking though…   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, Courtyard Fountain

    What was a gathering place for neighbors in the 1920s is now a watering hole for Atlanta's midtown residents as well as visitors from all over the world.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, Exterior

    Located in the heart of Midtown, the Spanish Colonial Granada Apartments opened in 1924 and consisted of 65 units. It now sits in the shadow of high rises but was saved the wrecking ball…   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel

    The Artmore Hotel still has stucco exterior walls and a red tile roof true to the vision of architects Barney Havis and Augustus Constantine. The team designed the Spanish Colonial building in 1924;…   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, Cocktail Garden

    Instead of ripping out walls or tearing down anything, a simple weatherproof party tent was placed outside the right front of the hotel to accommodate large parties or locals with pets.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, Lounge

    The hotel's lounge doesn't reflect the original design concept and some former residents may have something to say about that. One of the early tenants of the Granada Apartments was Atlanta native…   See the Image

  • Kansas City's Raphael Hotel, Presidential Bedroom

    Before this room played host to the likes of Carol Burnett, Kanye West, Bill Cosby, Caroline Kennedy, Bernadette Peters, Rachel Ray, Giada DiLaurentis or Frank Zappa, someone called it home…   See the Image

  • Kansas City's Raphael Hotel, King Suite

    What was once a Kansas City apartment building is now one of the most celebrated boutique hotels in the Midwest. This is the bedroom in one of the king bedroom suites.   See the Image

  • Kansas City's Raphael Hotel, Front Door

    We love all the detail and attention that went into the hotel's renovation, like the Art Deco-inspired flourishes painted outside one of the suite's front doors.    See the Image