Modern and elegant, the Glenn is housed in a stately 1923 building that was designed by architect Waddy B Wood (fantastic name, by the way). Period films loop over the check-in desk, with wafts of lemongrass filling the lobby. Tranquility rocks line the hallways to the rooms, which are a hybrid of contemporary design and historical accents.
Each elevator landing mimics a small art gallery, with carefully curated pieces tucked away in nooks. It's a great choice if you want some individuality mixed with a convenient location almost adjacent to Centennial Olympic Park, with a hip rooftop bar, SkyLounge, to boot. Grab a peach saltwater taffy on the way out!