"Downtown modern convienence with old style charm"
LOVED Stone Fort Inn!!! Stayed here for a Baby Moon and the rooms were quaint and cozy they were soooo cute! Next time I will definitely upgrade to a balcony suite. The oversized spa tub was fantastic!!!
Loved the gourmet breakfast and the fresh baked cookies in the lobby! The onsite restaurant Terra Mae was super yummy! The staff were always attentive and friendly. I will definitely stay here again!
Traveller from Atlanta, Ga
Located in Downtown Chattanooga, this romantic inn is within a 5-minute walk of Bessie Smith Cultural Center and Miller …More
This hotel was our last stop on our trip back home from Orlando FL, we were pleasantly surprised considering this hotel is a red roof inn. Room was super clean and spacious, very nice, only problems we had were that the room was freezing cold when we walked in (warmed up with the heater on) and the walls are pretty thin.
I woke up because I heard someone yelling thinking it was coming from out in the hallway, woke up my boyfriend, and eventually we determined the yelling was coming from the room next to us. It didn't completely keep us awake, but it did go on for quite a while. We decided not to call the front desk, we didn't want some psycho to start banging on ours or anyone else's door trying to find out who called. However, had we called the front desk, the gentleman who checked us in was very nice and I'm sure that he would have done something about it. Overall, a pretty great stay.
Traveller from owensboro KY
Located in Downtown Chattanooga, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Chattanooga Brewing Company, Hart Gallery, and Coker …More
I just returned from Chattanooga having spent January 18-20 on a short winter break with my brother and my husband. The hotel has a good location in that it is only .3 miles away from the FREE downtown electric shuttle. The rooms were exceptionally clean(I had reserved a 2 queen-bed room for husband and myself and a king room for my brother); the carpet appeared to be new. The rooms were nicely and newly furnished as was the breakfast room. There were a couple of small problems. I would have given 4.5 stars if possible. However the problems were small enough not to rate only 4 stars. The inner curtains in our room didn't close tightly which meant dressing and undressing in the bathroom. I didn't notify the desk until we checked out of room 308(my fault) and hope the receptionist made a note to correct this. Part of my reason for booking Holiday Express is their Express Start breakfast. I don't have to go into town to look for a place for breakfast. Although the attendant monitoring the breakfast supplies was very friendly, accommodating and kept the food well stocked, she could only deal with what she was given. On both of the mornings our party ate breakfast at the hotel the kitchen had no bacon. The WiFi was also very bad and mostly unable to connect to sites. I will, however, stay there again for a short break in April
Traveller from Knoxville, TN
Located in Downtown Chattanooga, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Tivoli Theatre and Miller Plaza. Chattanooga …More
My daughter comes down here to have surgeries done often this is the ONLY place we will stay. They are GREAT from the minute you walk in to the minute you leave. THANK YOU they make a stressful situation not so stress full knowing I can have dinner Monday to Wednesday and a nice hot breakfast every morning, beds are not to hard or to soft. I love this place.
Traveller from Tazewell, Tn
Located in Downtown Chattanooga, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Chattanooga Convention Center and Coker Tire Museum …More
Downtown Chattanooga’s location on the banks of the Tennessee River draws visitors to many waterfront attractions, including the Delta Queen, the Tennessee Aquarium, and the 13-mile (21-km) Tennessee Riverwalk. The Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel complex displays the largest HO scale model train layout in the U.S. Other attractions include the University of Tennessee Chattanooga, the Chattanooga Zoo, and the Hunter Museum of American Art.