Alpharetta's first boutique hotel takes guests on a ride through the Prohibition Era.
Double queen bed suite at The Hamilton
The Roaring ’20s meet modernism at The Hamilton (@thehamiltonalpharetta), Alpharetta’s first boutique hotel. The Hamilton provides an escape from reality with an upscale feel, Southern hospitality and unparalleled amenities—not to mention Roaring Social, the hotel’s own speakeasy.
The outdoor terrace
Vintage yet new, the hotel makes guests feel welcome from the moment they walk in. However, with state-of-the-art technology and luxurious bedding in the rooms and suites, nothing about the amenities is vintage. Beyond the accommodations, The Hamilton is “truly a place for everyone,” says owner Jason Joseph, as it “provides a unique alternative for the business traveler, an awe-inspiring space for events... outdoor space for families and a great option for staycations.”
Along the lines of entertainment, Roaring Social captivates visitors with eight boutique bowling lanes, live music, food and drinks. The speakeasy transports guests back to the 1920s with its antique-esque ambiance. “We wanted to provide an integrated and exciting experience for not only hotel guests, but for Alpharetta and area residents too,” adds Joseph.
Guests can enjoy a bite to eat in front of the hotel
And with two dining concepts, guests never need to leave the hotel. Fulton’s Public House features Southern cuisine and Carrie’s Conservatory is, as Joseph describes, a “unique French-style cafe and restaurant.” Yet if guests choose to venture out, they are surrounded by shops, breweries, parks and more in the heart of downtown Alpharetta. “Hotels are about a sense of place, and we strived to create an inviting, unique place for our guests to restore, relax and enjoy the many features of town.”