I had a one-night stay here about 3 weeks ago. It was my first time at the property. Valet service was very attentive. I was greeted as soon as I pulled up, offered help with my bags. The door was held open for me, and I was directed to the front desk. Check-in was very straight-forward. I was given a brief description of the property. When I inquired about a suite, the agent checking me in said he had some nice rooms available. He told me he could call the Diamond desk and redeem one of my certificates for suite upgrade. In the end, I decided against it, but the desk was very accommodating to my inquiries. My room was on one of the top floors, a club floor. The room itself was nicely appointed. Flat screen television, comfortable soft seating. The bathroom was oversized for a standard room. The room had a refrigerator as well, although I don't know if that's standard. There are two restaurants at the hotel, Cassis and Onyx. Cassis was closed, so I went to hang out at Onyx. Onyx is essentially a lobby bar with a very enjoyable setting. The windows look out over a garden. There are a bunch of soft seating areas that are secluded from the main bar area. They're very comfortable, and sufficiently private for business meetings or a casual dinner. Onyx has a decent wine list, but where it really took off for me was with some of the menu choices. It's a varied menu, with such Atlanta staples as fried green tomatoes. They have some flatbread pizzas that were pretty darn good. But, the highlight was short rib ravioli. I've never had a short rib ravioli before. It was awesome. Bar none, probably the single best item I've ever had in a hotel lobby bar. In the morning, the club lounge was right down the hallway from my room. The lounge is smaller than some of the other Hyatts I've stayed at. They way overcompensate for the lack of size by having a full hot breakfast buffet out in the hallway. Definitely the best lounge breakfast I've had at pretty much any chain hotel in the domestic US. As this was a one-night stay, I did not use the exercise facility or pool. Overall, I would rank this Grand Hyatt experience as my best one so far. That's only somewhere between half a dozen and a dozen. And, I suspect some of the positive experience here is based on the fact that the Buckhead market has a number of upscale properties, so competition for high end rooms may be more prevalent. All in all, I would highly recommend the property.