Wrapping its shores around the snake-like Tennessee River, Chattanooga is your gateway to the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The Volunteer State’s staples can all be found downtown, including foot-stomping country tunes, homemade Southern recipes and all the whiskey you can drink – or think you can drink. Looking to do Chattanooga on the cheap? It’s not impossible, especially when you can snag a room at one of these amazing yet affordable hotels in downtown Chattanooga – all bookable with Culture Trip.
Fancy a stay at the Mayor’s Mansion Inn without going into debt? This historic B&B has room for your budget if you have room for a complimentary three-course breakfast every morning. Free parking, grab-and-go snacks and wifi are all standard amenities, no matter which refined yet charming room you sleep in. Splurge a little for your beau and wine, massages and even sunset cruises can be included with your stay.
Pencil in a vacation without turning off work mode – Bode Chattanooga’s co-working spaces give you a remote office and a home-away-from-home for a great rate. Wake up in a one-, two- or three-bedroom room, grab your morning joe from the Porch and type the day away at your dedicated desk. When five o’clock hits, it’s time to slam the laptop shut and hit Sidebar for craft cocktails with your new coworkers.
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Need a place to crash in Chattanooga that won’t break the bank? Slide into a group bunk room at this uncommon hostel and make a few friends, while you save a few bucks. Though it’s planted in the thick of the city, the Crash Pad is also a great base camp for kayaking, hiking, biking and more –adventures which the staff will gladly help you tackle if hopping the neighborhood bars isn’t your scene.
If you’ve got a Gatsby-esque style but without the budget to match, you’ll find that the Read House is the sweet spot between modern comfort and luxury Chattanooga charm. Steps from the Riverwalk, aquarium and the best of the city center, the dual buildings that create the Read House will delight you with the indoor pool, full-service Starbucks coffeehouse and a lovely sundeck that will illuminate that book you’ve long-tried to finish.
A hotel with a spa, a rooftop bar and a few paces from the river – all for a great price. The Edwin Hotel is primed with unparalleled luxury for an unbeatable rate. Riverfront rooms with balconies? Done. Lavish body wraps and massages? At the ready. Tapas and whiskey on the rooftop Whiskey Lounge? You’ll have such a spoiled time at the Edwin that you won’t believe this is an affordable hotel until you see how full your wallet still is.
Swanky, luxurious, retro and pretty much any other adjective save for pricey, the Dwell Hotel is a stylish affair. Each uniquely designed room will tickle you with colorful furnishings and lively wallpapers. Rendezvous in the Solarium and drinks under the stars at their Matilda Midnight bar open up a world of social possibilities. Once a Civil War fort, the Dwell Hotel is a site soaked in history that offers an overnight experience you won’t soon forget.
Moxy is ready to give you a warm welcome to Chattanooga’s Southside, without burning up your budget. Say cheers to a free cocktail the moment you pick up your hotel key. Drop your bags, take a quick snooze on your platform bed, then head out to sample the best whiskeys in the state. No rideshare needed – the Southside has enough watering holes to fill the Tennessee River.
You don’t need to drop a lot of green to stay at Hotel Indigo. These downtown digs save you cab fare with their excellent proximity to Tivoli Theatre and AT&T Field. Views along the Riverwalk are completely free, the perfect price point if you want to walk off the affordable pub grub and craft beer at the hotel’s restaurant and bar. With the mini-fridge and coffee maker in your room, feel free to reheat and refuel without an extra penny spent.