My husband and I had an enjoyable anniversary weekend here recently. We had a corner king suite, with the sliding door separating the sleeping area from the living area. This was a nice concept
since you're able to have one big area during the day, but when he wanted to keep the light on and read after I went to bed we could close it and keep out the light. Might not work as great if you want more of a noise barrier though.
Loved all the big windows in the corner room. The double shades with chains were nice, although we could hear our neighbors opening and closing theirs and I'm sure they could hear ours. There is some potential for problems with both the shades and sliding door, so I hope they keep an eye and keep them in working order.
We didn't eat at the hotel, but there were plenty of places in 2-4 blocks to walk to. We loved the location and there being so many places to walk to for enjoyment and entertainment. We didn't use the free Chattanooga bus but that's a nice perk of the town.
We loved Chattanooga. My suggestions for this hotel would be to have 2 people at the front desk instead of just 1 (the second could be performing other duties when not needed), and they then might have time to be more welcoming and promoting the Chattanooga area. When I asked for a small map of downtown, I was told that (whatever the city travel bureau is called) hadn't gotten any to them yet. How hard would it be for the hotel to keep one and make copies?
There are other hotels a bit closer to the action, but for the price difference this was a good choice, as long as walking another block or two is ok with you. We did enjoy our stay and were able to relax. [Less]