LUXURY HOTEL REVEALS MAKEOVER
In honor of its 10th anniversary, The St. Regis Atlanta started 2019 with what it calls a “property-wide refresh.” The changes include updated guestrooms, the introduction of new meeting and event space, an expanded St. Regis Bar and the addition of a 3,070-square-foot terrace at the acclaimed Atlas restaurant. “With the reputation of [having one of the best addresses in Atlanta], we are highly committed to providing uncompromised luxury to our guests,” says Rosa Lope Romero, the hotel’s director of sales and marketing.
The St. Regis Atlanta
88 West Paces Ferry Rd. N.W.
PRIVATE UNIVERSITY RELOCATES TO LINDBERGH CITY CENTER
After decades of operating campuses in Morrow and Marietta, Saint Leo University has closed both locations and opened a new single campus in Buckhead at the Lindbergh City Center. The Atlanta outpost of the private, nonprofit university is known for providing convenient, affordable classes for adult learners and utilizes state-of-art technology to connect with its main campus in Tampa, Florida. “There can be an industry specific guest speaker in Tampa and students in Atlanta can learn from that speaker and share in the discussion, thanks to our videoconferencing technology,” says Mary Estes, Saint Leo’s Atlanta area director.
Saint Leo University
2450 Piedmont Rd. N.E.
DAY SPA RETURNS TO BUCKHEAD
Making yet another return to Buckhead, Spa Sydell opened a 6,000-square-foot outpost at Modera Buckhead last month. Joining other restaurant and retail partners in the luxe residential high-rise, Spa Sydell offers its full menu of standard day spa services, including massages, body treatments and facials, as well as cosmetic services and men’s treatments. The facility also includes a large event space for book signings, parties and other events.
3005 Peachtree Rd. N.E.
BY: Karon Warren
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