Reverb by Hard Rock to open first hotel in Atlanta

New brand's first property expected to start welcoming visitors to capital of Georgia from February 2020.

A rendering of how the new hotel will look
A rendering of how the new hotel will look

Hard Rock International’s new brand Reverb by Hard Rock will open its first hotel in Atlanta, USA, in February 2020

The new hotel will be next to the city’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium and be designed with innovative technological touches throughout.

"Atlanta is the perfect location for our first Reverb, as it is rich in music history, spanning from the greats like Ray Charles and the Black Crowes to current popular artists like Ludacris, Usher, Ciara and John Mayer," said Todd Hricko, senior vice president of global hotel business development for Hard Rock Hotels.

There will be nearly 200 rooms, with all standard king and double queen rooms featuring stylish and comfortable furnishings, music-inspired artwork and signature showers.

There is also the ‘Roadie Room’ which includes three queen bunk beds and plenty of space.

Constant Grind Coffee and Bar will be a cafe serving snacks and coffee, while guests can also check out the panoramic views from the hotel’s rooftop bar.

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