Holiday Inn Express & Suites — Chattanooga Hotel
We know that comfort and convenience are top priorities on every traveler’s mind. That’s why we designed our Holiday Inn Express Experience around your unique needs.
Stylish accommodations and streamlined guest services help get you where you’re going, while our signature bedroom and bathroom collections might give you a reason to stay behind.We also believe you are at your best when you can truly be yourself. The Holiday Inn Express & Suites Downtown Chattanooga Hotel is the one place on the road where you always can. A newly built, comfortable hotel with friendly service, it’s the perfect place to kick back, relax, and be yourself.
We're Here to Help
You have enough to worry about, so we want to make sure your stay is as easy and uncomplicated as possible. Just relax, unclutter your mind, and we'll do the rest.
Genuine People Delivering Real Service
At Holiday Inn Express, you will never be just a room number. You're a real person and we promise to treat you accordingly. We provide friendly, welcoming service from the moment you step through the door until the moment you leave.
And if there's something we can do to make your stay a little bit better, don't hesitate to ask. Our Golden Rule is pretty simple ̶ if we'd do it for family, we'd definitely do it for you.
Even if all you need is directions to your next meeting, or advice about a great local restaurant, we would be happy to help.
Located in the heart of Downtown Chattanooga, we're a short drive to the Riverfront, home to the Tennessee Aquarium, IMAX Theatre, the Creative Discovery Museum, and we're a nine-iron from the Tennessee River.
Stay Smart. Stay with Us!
2013 marks the 150th Anniversary or the Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War and the Battle of Chattanooga which was a turning point in the war.
Chattanooga was a vital rail hub and an important manufacturing center for the production of iron and coke, additionally located on the navigable Tennessee River.
The Confederate Army of Tennessee under General Braxton Bragg had besieged the Union Army by occupying key high ground around the city.
Ulysses S. Grant, the North's most cunning strategist, was then given command of the besieged Union forces, and the rest, as they say, is history.