Stay in a Historic Hotel Turned Glam & Other Unique Places to Stay
Staying at a unique place while on vacation adds a certain charm and turns your stay into an experience. The Scenic City offers unique lodging options ranging from yurts and cabins to luxury boutique hotels. Here are just a few of the most interesting places to spend the night in Chattanooga.
Known as one of the most luxurious hotels in Chattanooga, their recent $25 million renovation made it truly something special. Located downtown, the décor has a 1920s feel, complete with a billiards room and speakeasy o! the lobby.
A historic boutique hotel in the heart of downtown, this 16-bed property is a swanky take on mid-century modern, where luxury meets retro, and high class meets high comfort. Guests can dine at Syrup & Eggs for brunch or have a cocktail at the tiki bar, Night Pearl.
Popular among climbers and outdoor lovers, this modern and eco-friendly hostel offers single bunks and private rooms along with easy access to some of the city’s best bars, dining and entertainment. Make sure you head to the Flying Squirrel next door to hang out with the locals.
Located steps from Rock City on Lookout Mountain, the Inn looks and feels like it was plucked right out of a fairy tale with stone archways and ivy-covered walls. Guests will find spacious, comfortable rooms, many relaxing outdoor spaces, and a bocce court for long lazy evenings.
Tucked deep into a bend of the Tennessee River Gorge, Pot Point Cabin was constructed in 1935 from logs and planks that were salvaged from a nearby boat wreck. The cabin’s open, light-filled interior feels rustic yet fresh and can accommodate up to 10 people.
These “luxury treehouses” combine the efficiency of a tiny home with the amenities of a fine hotel. Each is made largely from reclaimed materials and features peculiarities like a glassed-in tree, a whiskey barrel shower, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
This unique A-frame cottage is hidden among five acres on Lookout Mountain yet only a few minutes to all the fun of Chattanooga. The beautiful forest setting and inviting hot tub might have you booking a longer stay.
This secluded, charming mountain bungalow on Lookout Mountain is an escape from everyday life while remaining close to the city for easy access. The cheery interior is complemented by a lovely back patio and garden, providing the ideal setting for an utterly blissful stay.
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