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We have all heard it said that you can sleep when you are dead.

But whoever can make that claim has obviously never spent two nights nuzzled into the custom bedding of the Artmore Hotel.

For $248, today’s escape gets you out of the trenches (read: your cubicle) and into the timeless appeal of Atlanta's vibrant arts district. Your two-night stay in a one-bedroom suite includes valet parking, a daily breakfast buffet, two drink vouchers and a location on the ATL's Peachtree Street that will bring your company to a halt.

"Peachtree Street is a thread running through family histories, a path through our past," says Georgia Public Broadcasting. "Each mile can tell stories of triumph and tragedy, of major events that changed the course of history and of minor events that are cherished in memories of Atlantans."

Let the rain shower from your suite's luxurious bath, Aveda spa products, plush towels, and mini-bar provisions lull you into peacetime and awaken refreshed to refill your tank at the hot breakfast bar each morning.

Midtown is known throughout the city as the "Heart of the Arts", and the Artmore stakes its claim at the epicentre of it all. Culture vultures arrive in droves with weapons, er... wallets, drawn to witness the clash of the box-office titans at the historic Fox Theatre.

March over to the High Museum of Art for exuberant exhibits and colourful classes, stand at attention for performances by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra or salute sirens of the stage at the 14th Street Playhouse.

Then, about face and head back to The Artmore's Studio Lounge for those two cocktails that await, drinking in the intoxicatingly swank style of the mod bar.

With today’s escape, no strategic planning is needed — your path of glory is laid forth.

Escape kit

  • A two-night stay for two in a one-bedroom suite
  • Daily breakfast buffet
  • Valet parking
  • Two drink vouchers
  • Book by 2 August

For details and to reserve your stay, visit LivingSocial Escapes.

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