Chattanooga is Tennessee’s 4th largest city following Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville. It is situated along the Tennessee River, in Chickamauga and Nickajack Lakes. It is surrounded by the ridge and valley parts of the Appalachian Mountains and Cumberland Plateau. It is nicknamed as the “Scenic City”. The Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport links the city to other domestic destinations. Public transportation is provided by Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority buses. It has 17 routes. It also provides free transportation in downtown Chattanooga with its electric shuttle bus.
Chattanooga Inns and Suites
America’s Best Inn- This inn is located in 7717 Lee Highway Chattanooga, Tennessee. Nearby attractions are the Rock City, Ruby Falls, Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park and Tennessee Aquarium. There are 10 dining options within 5 miles radius. The hotel features are outdoor pool, ADA facilities, EcoRooms, air conditioning, wireless Internet access, hotel safety box, free parking and complimentary breakfast. Pets are allowed in this Chattanooga inn. The rooms have cable TV, refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, hair dryer, iron/ironing board, free local calls and daily maid service. Rates range from $ 59.99 to $ 68.99. Its contact number is 423-892-8100.
Mayor’s Mansion Inn- This 18 room bed and breakfast mansion inn was home to Edmond Watkins who eventually became Tennessee’s Mayor. It is located in 801 Vine Street Chattanooga, Tennessee. The Lookout Mountain Incline Railway, Ruby Falls, Rick City Gardens and Tennessee Aquarium are proximal to the inn. Room amenities are Internet access, cable TV, video library, AM/FM radio, iron and ironing board, hair dryer; free local calls, lavish spa robes and Gilchrist and Soames toiletries.
Complimentary concierge services and hors d’ oeuvres every Friday and Saturday evenings are offered by the inn.
Special packages this Chattanooga accommodation offers are the Art Lovers Package and Chattanooga Adventurer. The Art Lovers Package features an Artisan cheese plate and wine upon arrival and Hunter Museum tickets for 2. This package is at $ 55 additional fee to accommodation rate. The Chattanooga Adventurer is plus $ 125 to lodging rate. This package includes tickets to Rock City, Ruby Falls and Incline Railway for 2 plus a snack basket. Accommodation rates range from $ 130 to $ 195. Its contact number is 423-265-5000.
Sky Harbor Bavarian Inn- This is a 1938 German style inn situated on the side of Lookout Mountain. Other attractions near the inn are Ruby Falls, Rock City Gardens, and Incline Railway. Warehouse Row shopping, IMAX 3-D theater and Tennessee Aquarium are just 5 miles away from the inn. This one of the homely inn hotels in Chattanooga offers 5 room types to choose from. The room features are private balconies with rocker chairs and spectacular view of Tennessee River, Cable TV, free local calls, full baths, whirlpool tubs, complimentary coffee. The inn has an outdoor pool, honeymoon suites, 2 bedroom condos and non smoking rooms. Pets are allowed to stay. Room rates range from $ 79 to $ 139. The condo rate is from $ 199 to $ 129. Its contact number is 423-821-8619.
The Lookout Mountain area alone offers many breathtaking views and attractions. The Lookout Mountain Incline Railway lets you ride in trolley style railcars and let you see the beautiful view of mountains and valleys around the Lookout Mountain. It is the world’s steepest passenger railway. Enjoy a peaceful walk at Rock City Garden’s woodland path. It features 400 plant species, the Lover’s Leap and Fairyland Caverns and Mother Goose Village. A guided tour of the Ruby Falls is also one way to have fun at the Lookout Mountains. Among the other amusing things to do in Chattanooga are the Blue Moon Cruises, Chattanooga History Center Tours, a visit at Tennessee Aquarium and a Lost Sea adventure tour.
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