Polaris atlanta closed

Polaris atlanta closed

Polaris atlanta closed

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Charlie Holt died in 2017 after getting caught between a wall and a table on the restaurant’s rotating floor. The child was visiting Atlanta from North Carolina with his parents, Rebecca and Michael Holt, when he was pinned. Staff and employees were able to free Charlie, but he had suffered a catastrophic brain injury and later died at Grady Memorial Hospital.

“On April 14, 2017, Charlie Holt suffered a serious injury at the Sun Dial Restaurant, a restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia. There have been conflicting media reports about this tragedy. Some initial reports suggested that the child’s parents were responsible because Charlie had wandered away from his family and that his parents were not being vigilant in watching their son. After a full investigation, all sides can confidently say that these initial reports were incorrect. Both sides agree that Charlie did not wander off. Charlie and his family were leaving the restaurant after finishing their meal and the parents were close to Charlie as they were leaving. When the accident occurred, Charlie’s parents, the Sun Dial employees and bystanders did everything that they could to try to save Charlie. Unfortunately, Charlie suffered a serious brain injury and later died as a result of those injuries. The parties have agreed to resolve this matter and avoid further litigation. The terms of the settlement are strictly confidential. This statement has been approved by both the Holt Family and Marriott International, Inc.” (Source: www.wsbtv.com)




ATLANTA — The family of a 5-year-old boy who died after an accident at Atlanta’s iconic Sun Dial Restaurant at the Westin Peachtree Plaza four years ago has resolved its lawsuit with Marriott, the company that owns the hotel.

Polaris is Atlanta's legendary rotating rooftop restaurant & lounge, serving chef-inspired shared plates and classic, hand crafted cocktails in a unique rotating lounge with amazing panoramic views of the city. Polaris partners with more than 70 local purveyors for the best and freshest ingredients, and operates its own rooftop Bee Garden producing fresh honey for our cocktails and entrees. Polaris has hosted celebrities, special occasions and everyday memories for more than 50 years. Take a ride on our famous glass elevators, step into our breathtaking space, and make some memories for your own. (Source: www.kayak.com)

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