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Totally Unique Places to Stay in Chattanooga

It’s no secret that Chattanooga is full of adventures. Whether you prefer hiking, biking, rock climbing, or even an exciting evening out on the town, you’ll find a million ways to entertain yourself in the Scenic City. With a range of excellent lodging options from yurts to luxury boutique hotels…

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The Martin Hotel

Hidden in Plain Sight: Chattanooga's History is Everywhere - Martin Hotel Edition In 1906, attorney Richard Kimball came to own the lot where the lawn of the Bessie Smith Cultural Center stands today. Kimball entrusted Robert Martin, an African American former porter of the local railroads, to build…

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Chattanooga Has Centuries of Anniversaries to Celebrate

If Chattanooga were a businessperson, it would be an entrepreneur - with an office in a high-rise downtown building with river and mountain views and anything you need within walking distance. Since its establishment in the early 18th century, Chattanooga has been a place of hard work and innovative…

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Two Chattanooga Icons Use History to Guide Their Future

In just a handful of years, two of Chattanooga’s most iconic locations have undergone a true renaissance with nods to the past and futures that are poised to be way more than bright. Both the Chattanooga Choo Choo and The Read House are examples of how a rich history can be adapted, celebrated, and…

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