Songy Highroads Opens Its 11-Story Hyatt Place Centennial Park Hotel

An aquarium outfits the lobby as an ode to the Georgia Aquarium nearby.
Hyatt Place Centennial Park
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Hyatt Place Centennial Park is now open downtown.

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The joint hotel venture between affiliates of Atlanta-based developer Songy Highroads, LLC and Hyatt Hotels Corporation debuted Sept. 12, at 300 Luckie St.

It sits across the street from the Georgia Aquarium and is steps from Centennial Olympic Park and World of Coca-Cola.

The 11-story Hyatt Place Centennial Park hotel boasts 175 guestrooms, retail space facing Luckie and Marietta streets, a pool, fitness center, lobby bar, on-site food service, a parking deck, and 2,100 square feet of meeting space.

“Atlanta is booming, and this hotel’s location puts it smack in the middle of some the city’s crown-jewel attractions,” Todd Nocerini, Songy Highroads’ chief operating officer, said in a press release Tuesday.

“After more than a year of anticipation, we’re thrilled to open our doors to guests.”

The building was built by Reeves Young, at Atlanta firm that also helped build the Georgia Aquarium 15 years ago, and includes an aquarium in the lobby.

Wakefield Beasley & Associates was the architect.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak