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Tour the New Hotel Clermont

The Atlanta landmark boasts a new rooftop bar, luxury details, and a French brasserie—and keeps the basement institution locals know and love

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Hotel Clermont’s new rooftop bar offers a rum-focused cocktail menu.

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Skyline views have already made the roof a popular spot for locals.

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The hotel lobby. Most of the hotel’s interiors were designed by New York firm Reunion Goods & Services.

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Café Clermont, located in the lobby, sells local coffee and snacks.

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The lobby salon.

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The guest library.

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The hotel has fifteen “bunk rooms,” each with two sets of twin bunk beds, a seating area, and a suite bathroom. The concept pays homage to the hotel’s history as a stop for musicians and artists.

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The female-centric art in each guest room was selected by Canvas Art Consultants, and is meant to serve as a reference to the Clermont Lounge downstairs. These particular pieces are by artist Sharon Shapiro.

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A standard guest room.

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A standard guest bathroom.

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The sitting area and kitchen of a “Ruby” suite.

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A clawfoot tub in the “Flossie” suite bathroom.

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The winding stairwell.

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The entry to Tiny Lou’s.

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Inside Tiny Lou’s.

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A bathroom in Tiny Lou’s.

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