Hilton has nothing like this in its portfolio.
— FRANK McFADDEN Senior Director, Development Southeast Region HILTON

The Porte Cochere

The guest’s first experience with McLemore will be the porte cochere, the courtyard entrance to the hotel. The drive up Lookout Mountain and through the McLemore residential neighborhood has kept the view a secret until now. Guests are moments away from walking across the courtyard and into the lobby of the McLemore to experience the breathtaking view that makes this location so special.

The Main Lobby

As guests walk through the main lobby to check in, they are met with a wall of glass, the edge of a cliff and a view east across McLemore Cove and over to Pigeon Mountain. Most mornings a spectacular sunrise will greet early risers. Typically, clouds hang low in the cove and swirl as the warm air heats them and causes them to rise and dissipate. Sunsets are equally beautiful. The warm glow from the west casts long shadows across the cove. This promises to be one of the most beautiful lobbies in the United States.

Rooftop Suites

For VIPs, McLemore will offer spacious and luxurious penthouse suites. Each will allow inside and outside enjoyment of the location, and will provide world class service for its guests.

Rooftop Lounge

Even more spectacular then the main lobby will be the tower lounge. Set atop the seventh floor, the glass-walled tower lounge perches over the edge of the cliff and down into the cove below. At night, the tower will light up like a warm lantern where people can wander along the outside roof patio or stay inside to find a quiet corner to have a drink and talk.