This is a nice hotel in need of some renovation it's a good thing there's trolleys because there really isn't anything close by to eat or for shopping. Aside from a coffee maker in the room there are no real amenities or continental breakfast or things of that nature. They have comfortable beds but the air conditioning is sorely lacking. I had a couple of issues during this day and the staff and Expedia were very prompt courteous and handled the issue to my satisfaction promptly.
Traveller from Tennessee
Situated downtown on the city's complimentary electric shuttle line, this Chattanooga landmark hotel is 1 block from the …More
We were there for 2 nights to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Staff went out of their way to be helpful and friendly. Location was an easy walk to downtown Chattanooga. Restaurant in the hotel was awesome. Do not skip the full, free breakfast; very, very good. Simply a cozy and charming place to stay. Would definately stay here again.
Traveller from Kentucky
Located in Downtown Chattanooga, this romantic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Bessie Smith Cultural Center and Miller …More
Second stay here. Wonderful 24 hour cafe with amazing food portions and selection that makes it easy to find out what's for dinner! Price is perfect if you are planning a trip to the Tennessee aquarium, Chattanooga Zoo, or any of the many attractions in this great city! Save money on a great hotel and spend it on tickets to these family activities!
Traveller from Fayetteville TN
Located in Downtown Chattanooga, this motel is within a 5-minute walk of Tivoli Theatre, Miller Plaza, and Chattanooga …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.