We stayed in this hotel for one night on our way home. It was in the heart of Knoxville. Very nice area near all the attractions. Many resturants are in walking distance. Overall, I had a terrific time at this hotel and was very pleased with the clean room and excellent staff! I would recommend to a friend.
A covered sky bridge provides direct access to the Knoxville Convention Center, which is across from this downtown Hilton …More
My friend and I stayed here for the weekend to attend an event at the convention center. The hotel had been opened for one week at the time of our stay. The staff is super friendly. They give their guests the red carpet treatment. The rooms are very nice and the beds are SO comfy!
Traveller from Overland Park, KS
Located in Downtown Knoxville, this hotel is steps from Knoxville Convention Center and Sunsphere Tower. Women's Basketball …More
I and 8 other friends met in Knoxville, TN to celebrate the visit of long-not-seen English friend who was visiting. Since one of the group was a gourmet chef, the Cook Loft was a natural choice. The spacious and well equipped kitchen was the center of interest as we sat and watched him prepare the 5 course dinner. After dinner we re-met in the large lounge area to talk away the rest of the evening. The two beautiful bedrooms served our honored guest and myself and our wives while several of the other participants used the fold out sofa beds to finish out the night. A breakfast at a french crepe shop two blocks away finished the get-together. With 3 theatres within 3 blocks and UT campus 5 minutes away by car, the Cook Loft is a wonderful place to base a visit to Knoxville.
Traveller from Atlanta, GA
Located in Downtown Knoxville, this condo is within a 10-minute walk of East Tennessee History Center, Sunsphere Tower, and …More
The staff is friendly and helpful. I had great experiences with the front desk, the restaurant/bar and the valet. All three went out of their way to accommodate any requests I had whether it was a room change or needing a quick breakfast.
The rooms are nice. Clean. Comfortable beds. Plenty of outlets. Good shower.
My only complaint is that it's a pretty noisy hotel. You hear the noise in the hall or people bumping around in other rooms or conversations down on the street.
Traveller from ca
Located in Fort Sanders, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of University of Tennessee and Sunsphere Tower. Women's Basketball …More
"The staff was kind and welcoming. Room was great!!"
I immediately experienced peace and pleasure by the aesthetics of the hotel when I first entered late at night (after 12AM). The staff was wonderful and very helpful (my family and I needed a bit of toiletries and had some questions).
Although we didn't experience any of the food this time around at the hotel since we were pooped with all of the driving, it was settling to know that we had coffee and breakfast right under our noses in the morning if we so pleased.
Our bed was 4/5, I have pretty high standards for mattress comfort and I would say that this was not the best Four Points bed i've ever slept on, but it was definitely comfortable. The room was gorgeous and I loved the design of it (separate sink and bathroom).
Overall a great experience, would most definitely be my go-to hotel as long as it's always affordable.
Traveller from Washington
Located in Fort Sanders, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Knoxville Museum of Art, Sunsphere Tower, and Women's Basketball …More
Refreshingly, all the staff went out of their way to help. They were ready for gameday welcoming us with our team colors and flag next to their hometown Vols flag! We were given tailgating treats and they were ready to guide us to all the must see spots. Even got us in a room really early!!
Traveller from Greenwood, SC
Located in Downtown Knoxville, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of First Baptist Church and Sunsphere Tower. Women's …More
Downtown Knoxville is heavily influenced by the University of Tennessee’s main campus, which dots the downtown area. Other large area organizations include the National Transportation Research Center and the Tennessee Valley Authority. The Tennessee River provides the southern border for this area.