Athens, Georgia, is known for beautiful antebellum architecture on quaint, tree-lined streets, making it the perfect backdrop for weddings with southern charm or a night out for live music and cocktails. Perfect for parents, football fans, college students at nearby University of Georgia or visitors looking for a dreamy getaway, The Rushmore Five Points Hotel is a new, modern bed and breakfast located in the heart of the action.
The signature scent of white tea and figs softly fragrances the 14 suites, each decorated with a different personality and named after towns in Georgia. Each room boasts custom furnishings, European-style bathrooms and Crosley Bluetooth speakers, bringing together the beauty of classic styles with modern luxury. Guests are surrounded by class, sophistication and more than 80 live plants and flowers throughout the bed and breakfast.
Guests at The Rushmore Five Points Hotel can enjoy tailored breakfasts each morning, afternoon tea and complimentary Topo Chico and macaroons.
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