Buckhead was bought by Henry Irby in 1838, and became a vacation spot for wealthy members of the Atlanta community by the end of the nineteenth century. After the First World War, the wealthy began to build mansion homes in Buckhead, and construction continued through the Great Depression. The neighborhood was annexed into Atlanta in 1952. The area contains a large shopping district as well as a corridor of high rise construction.
The InterContinental Buckhead sets new standards of luxury with international flair and southern elegance. A Peachtree Road address puts you close to Buckhead's thriving business and shopping districts and provides easy access to attractions such as the Georgia Aquarium, the High Museum of Art, the New World of Coca-Cola and the CNN Studio Tour …more