Hotels >Glenn Hotel
“great hotel, great location, great service”
“The drinks were good too.”
“BED is a terrible restaurant in all respects: service, dollar value, food quality, presentation, hospitality.”
“My girlfriend and I stopped by after we had dinner elsewhere, so I'm not able to rate the food, though the offerings looked great from the menu.”
“This is a great place to see and be seen”
“BED Atlanta offers great service in a one-of-a-kind atmosphere with oversized beds good for four or more.”
“They offer all kinds of great package deals, and discounts (we used the code: Alisa).”
“The staff is very rude and drinks took a long time.”
Bed head has never looked so appealing at this exclusive downtown hotel eatery..
Sweeping curtains and elegant furnishings are bathed in a warmly aphrodisiac glow, a marked difference to the throbbing pinks of B.E.D.'s New York and South Beach sisters. Two levels separated by a graceful spiral staircase house the requisite platform pallets, but power diners will find ample table seating for a more mature vibe. Those planning to hit the sack beware that although eating crackers in bed may be welcome, shoes aren't--so make sure those piggies are pedicure-primed.
Although B.E.D.'s airy lounge is a natural magnet for blazer-wearing hunks and lissome ladies, this tony den of iniquity is all about the food. Any potential gaminess of the lamb and quail in the risotto cacciatore is balanced by zesty chorizo and bacon, and the lobster is piquantly succulent. The seviche's mahi-mahi is somewhat bland, but can be forgiven when paired with one of 15 delightfully unconventional house cocktails.
go see it!!. One of the trendiest new places to be seen!! The vibe is classy, crowd was well diversed. Pretty ppl, all around. The whole concept is different, bringing miami closer to ATL.. Oh, and u do bump into celebs!! Pierre ( manager )was making sure we were taken care of!!
worst dining experence of my life. Please don't waste your time or money at this new restaurant. My fiance and I took 3 friends there from out of town having been to both bed in Miami and NY, expecting a great experience......it was however the WORST dining experience of my life.....We were there for three dreadful hours during which it took 45 minutes to receive our first cocktails, and then food came out cold to lukewarm. The servers were cheerful and friendly but still completely incompetant in their jobs.....The management did comp nearly $100 of our bill, but persisted in making excuses instead of just apologizing and inviting us to rejoin them when they worked out their kinks......I may try Bed again in a year or so granted it's even still there...BUT until then I advise you to dine at Atlanta's many other fine restaurants and please do not go to BED...
GREAT new place in Atlanta!!!!. The dishes were exquisite, so beautiful you need to take a picture. Celebrities walked by my table, while I was drinking delicious, exotic, freshly made cocktails. The staff is gorgeous and extremely hospitible. My dining experience was one I will never forget. For those who have children, don't go. The restaurant is sexually oriented, eating and drinking on beds, drinking cocktails with sexual names. There is also traditional tables, for those who don't want to eat in bed. This bar and restaurant is definately for the younger crowd. I went just recently and there is no more gratuity added to the tabs...and the credit card machines are working. I would recomend this restaurant and bar to everyone (without children).
Beautiful place.....but WAY over priced. Started with a $5 parking fee in the lot next door. No complimentary valet seemed a little odd. Then proceeded to our reservation where they sat us at a table. Since there were about 8 other people in the restaurant, we asked if we could sit in a bed and after a few minutes of deliberation, they agreed. Im not sure what the objection was, but thought it kind of odd..seeing how their name is B.E.D. The cocktails were pretty tasty, but a little pricey in my book. Lots of exotic drink ingredients, with not much alcohol. We dined with a vegetarian, and they had no vegetarian entrees. And after asking if the chef could simply prepare something for her, we were told, the chefs dont do that. They are very particular with their menu. Food was decent, but the bill was just way over priced for other Atlanta alternatives.
BED Disappoints. My experience at BED was BAD all around. It started off with no parking in the tiny parking deck so we had to park several blocks away. Then we arrived only to find they had "lost" our reservation. After enjoying a couple of tasty but WAY overpriced drinks at the crowded bar, we were finally seated at a TABLE. What's the point of going to BED to sit at a table? Unfortunately, our table was directly across from a door that the servers use to go up and down the stairs to the kitchen. It's a loud door that opens to a brightly lit concrete stairwell, so every 5 seconds the door would swing open and blind us and then slam shut. Then came the automatic 18% gratuity on the bill for a party of 2, which is absurd to me, especially since the server did not mention it.
BED justtttttttt greattttttttt. I went to bed this past weekend on Saturday and I had a great time. My server Jenelle was great.... just greattttt. She was very precise with explaining the menu offered us great drinks that she herself liked. I'll return just because of her. Everyone was friendly and the management staff to die for ladies they all go with the concept of BEING IN BED.
Very trendy (in a good and bad way). Very trendy from the moment you step inside. Decor and accomodations are hip and comfortable. Widescreen HDTV, rain showerhead, and free wireless internet in the rooms. Hotel bar and restaurant have much room for improvement. They are rather pricey, and service is well-below average. While the trendy nightclub atmosphere is unique and initially welcomed, the hotel management has tried too hard to be a club and forgotten that they are first and foremost a hotel.
Worst Restaurant Ever!. Parking is $15. Drinks avg $15. Food was expensive and bland. Atmosphere is dark and boring. Service was unbelievably horrible! Unfortunatly tax and tip is included. Drinks took an hour, food arrived cold. Our "medium well" steaks came rare. It took the manager to get them recooked. Even then, they arrived cold+rare an hour later! When I asked for bread for my brie, the waitress scolded "No bread!" My friend ordered a shot of vodka$16! He gave her $21 and asked for change. "I thought that was tip." Tip is included! She expects an extra $5? Table of 6 threw in $50 each for a bill of $270. No change was given. Waiter didn't know the menu, didn't know what a mojito was, didn't deserve a tip let alone 35%! All 3 nights, "Credit card machine doesn't work." Complaints were denounced without apology. Nothing like Bed/Miami. Shut it down!
food tastes better in bed. Prepare to be served! BED Atlanta offers great service in a one-of-a-kind atmosphere with oversized beds good for four or more. The food is not the best, but it's good enough to offer a great experience in BED. The baked brie (appetizer) is phenomenal and the pu$$y galore (specialty cocktail) is also very good.
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