Hilton Debuts First Signia Property in Atlanta 

Exterior image of the Signia by Hilton Atlanta.

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Hilton introduced its first Signia property in the State of Georgia this week offering more than 100,000 sq. ft. of meeting space following the largest hotel development in Atlanta in over 40 years.

Hilton introduced its first Signia by Hilton property in Atlanta, Georgia – expanding Hilton’s portfolio in the state. It marks the completion of the largest ground-up hotel development in the city in over 40 years. The total project cost $500 million.

The Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA) owns the 976-room hotel. The property offers event professionals access to over 100,000 sq. ft. of meeting space on the city’s west side, built atop the repurposed foundation of the Georgia Dome. In addition to having the largest ballroom in Georgia, it features eight food and beverage experiences, a spa rooftop pool, an outdoor event deck and an event lawn.

“We are excited to introduce this brand to our extensive portfolio in Atlanta, a dynamic destination that continues to play an important role in Hilton’s growth, and are proud of the positive impact this hotel will have on the community through local job creation partnerships and incremental convention and leisure business,” said Chris Nassetta, president and CEO, Hilton.

Why Meet in Atlanta? 

The new Signia by Hilton Atlanta property forms part of the GWCCA’s Championship Campus. The campus is the largest combined convention, entertainment and sports destination in North America. It includes Georgia World Congress Center, Mercedes-Benz Stadium and Centennial Olympic Park.

“Signia by Hilton Atlanta complements our vision for a compact and connected campus featuring a package of facilities unrivaled in any city in the United States,” said Frank Poe, executive director of Georgia World Congress Center Authority.

The addition of the Signia by Hilton Atlanta boosts Atlanta’s offering for meetings and events. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp expects the new property to be an economic driver for the region moving forward. “Tourism and the hospitality industry remain some of the largest industries in Georgia, and today’s announcement is another reminder of the Peach State’s success in these key areas,” Kemp said. 

Luxury Features

The Signia by Hilton Atlanta features 70 suites and 80 Club Signia rooms. Amenities include walk-in rain showers, Serta beds, and NEST temperature control. Guests can control TV, lights, and other room features from a mobile app.

The property’s chef-driven food and beverage experiences offer guests access to elevated dining experiences that use locally sourced ingredients. The hotel’s culinary staff is led by Executive Chef Christian Quiñones and Director of Food and Beverage Jacob Linzey.  

Planners have access to extensive banquet menus that highlight the spirit of Atlanta with bold and creative offerings. Highlights include experiential meeting breaks, mixology demonstrations, and chef dinners. 

The Signia by Hilton Atlanta joins Hilton’s portfolio of Signa properties, which include Signia by Hilton Orlando Bonnet CreekSignia by Hilton San Jose and the upcoming debut of Signia by Hilton Indianapolis, scheduled to open in 2026.