Call the Atlanta Four Seasons Home
Live like Eloise with a chocolate on your pillow every night and your very own revolving front door.
Back in 1955, Kay Thompson penned a book called Eloise about a little girl who lived in the penthouse apartment of the Plaza Hotel in New York City. She led a fabulous life running the thickly carpeted halls, ordering room service and being mischievous in general. Eventually Eloise took her precocious adventures on the road, traveling to Paris and Moscow. And if you believe real estate folklore, there was a real-life juvenile who lived at the Plaza Hotel in New York and she was goddaughter of Liza Minnelli.
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Regardless of Eloise’s actual existence, we think it would be pretty fantastic to live in a luxury hotel fulltime. If you agree, we found the right property for you: 1,600-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bath condo on the 31st floor of the Four Seasons Hotel in Midtown Atlanta. Not only are you located in the heart of city near all the action, but also you can call down for room service anytime you like. Or go to the gym, the spa, the indoor saltwater pool, the restaurant or the lounge whenever you like; normal business hours apply, of course. Better yet, get your car parked by the valet or phone the concierge should you require the fetching of various and sundry items.
The apartment features spacious living areas with wall-to-wall carpet and an updated kitchen. We’ll forgive the rather dated mirrored walls in exchange for the sweeping south-facing views of downtown. There’s also a spacious balcony to enjoy and did we mention it’s in the Four Seasons?
The High Museum, Piedmont Park, South City Kitchen, Tap, The Spence and other Midtown favorites are just steps away from your front door. The $399,000 price tag makes it a steal compared to similar units in the building.
You can see the listing details at Atlanta Fine Homes/Sotheby’s International Realty. Just tell them Eloise sent you.