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  • The Ellis Hotel History, Atlanta


Ellis hotel is currently listed on the U.S National Register of Historic Hotels, and holds a strong history in the rise of Atlanta, Georgia. At the turn of the 20th century, Atlanta began to enhance the city with a numerous skyscraper projects, and Ellis Hotel became one of the tallest buildings of its time. The Hotel was designed by reputable architect, William Lee Stoddard, who created a 15-story steel and concrete building complimenting the buildings neoclassical motifs.
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Historic Ellis Hotel, Atlanta


The original hotel opened in 1913, before the start of World War I, immediately becoming the popular place to stay in the heart of Atlanta. Peachtree Street soon became known for its exclusive hotels, and launched the city's vibrant night life during the 1920s.


Fast-forward to 2006, after undergoing considerable renovations, the Ellis Hotel Atlanta, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel opened with a new floorplan to match a contemporary environment while preserving the history of the hotel.


Now, in honoring the history, the Ellis Hotel is a proud member of the Historic Hotels of America Association.


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