The Ritz-Carlton Buckhead is THE place to celebrate the holidays.  I will warn you that that holidays at The Ritz-Carlton Buckhead and all the amazing activities are addictive, so you better go ahead and get your reservations today!

Check out a few of the holiday offerings below:


Couples and families with children may create an entertaining itinerary filled with special festivities and memorable moments over Thanksgiving weekend, with The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead as the luxurious home base.

Thanksgiving Buffet
Celebrate a quintessential American tradition with friends and family at our bountiful buffet, brimming with more than 100 selections, from traditional favorites and seasonal specialties to splendid desserts. The buffet is presented from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. on November 28.

Lighting of the Great Tree
The annual lighting of the holiday tree across the street atop Macy’s at Lenox Square on Thanksgiving night is a favorite Atlanta tradition. The Georgia pine will be at least 70 feet tall, and boast ornaments the size of basketballs along with thousands of lights.

Overnight Holiday Transformation
Surprise! A wonderland of holiday décor is installed overnight to the delight of guests of all ages, who wake to see the magical makeover. The spirit of the season radiates from resplendent trees and oversized wreaths throughout the hotel.

Black Friday at the Southeast’s Most Prestigious Shopping Destination
Guests have easy access to adjacent Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza for holiday shopping at more than 350 shops, boutiques and department stores.

‘Tis the Season to Spa
Renew body and soul with a seasonal spa therapy. Sip a Pomegranate Mimosa while indulging tired feet with a soothing Pomegranate and Fig pedicure, or refresh with a Pumpkin Apple facial in the rejuvenating solitude of our ninth floor Spa Level.

Holiday Sunday Brunch and Bubble Bar
Celebrate a memorable weekend with a Champagne cocktail, Kir or Bellini from the Bubble Bar. Our leisurely brunch including a lavish dessert display is offered from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, December 1.