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midtown atlanta

There’s a New Micro-Neighborhood in Town

Boutique Hotel in Atlanta

A vibrant, modern hotel near Midtown Atlanta, GA

Kimpton Shane Hotel is lucky enough to be tucked into a mixed-used micro-neighborhood called Midtown Union. Here, connections are made morning till night owing to 355 luxury high-rise apartments and over half a million square feet of coveted office space anchored by global asset management firm Invesco. These Midtown residents and professionals join retail shoppers and diners as they stroll the tree-lined promenade in front of Kimpton Shane Hotel, enjoy the hotel restaurant, bar and conservatory space, and shop a variety of indie boutiques. The scene is somehow both energizing and relaxing: the perfect spot to be.

A family guide to Midtown Atlanta

A wealth of kid-friendly attractions that promise fun and educational experiences for young visitors surround our boutique hotel. The Children's Museum of Atlanta offers interactive exhibits and hands-on activities designed to spark creativity and curiosity in children of all ages, making learning an engaging adventure. Just a short drive away, the Atlanta Zoo provides families with the opportunity to explore diverse ecosystems and encounter fascinating wildlife from around the globe, including giant pandas, gorillas, and elephants. Meanwhile, the Fernbank Museum of Natural History offers immersive exhibits on dinosaurs, fossils, and the natural world, allowing children to embark on a journey through time and space. With its diverse range of attractions, Midtown Atlanta ensures unforgettable adventures for families seeking enriching experiences together.

Midtown Atlanta: Attractions, events + festivals

Midtown Atlanta hosts a variety of yearly events and festivals that showcase the vibrant culture and community spirit of the area. One of the most anticipated events is the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, held in April at Piedmont Park, featuring an eclectic mix of art, music, and food, drawing locals and visitors alike. The Atlanta Jazz Festival, celebrated during Memorial Day weekend, is where jazz enthusiasts gather to enjoy free performances by renowned artists in Piedmont Park. In June, the Atlanta Pride Festival takes center stage, celebrating diversity and inclusion with a colorful parade, live music, and festivities throughout the neighborhood. Music lover’s flock to the Music Midtown Festival in September, a two-day event featuring top artists across multiple stages in Piedmont Park. Additionally, the Atlanta Film Festival in the spring and the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival in the summer offer unique opportunities to indulge in cinematic delights and culinary experiences, adding to the rich tapestry of yearly events that make Midtown Atlanta a vibrant cultural hub throughout the year.