Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel35.03721, -85.30715
The 3-star Chattanooga Choo Choo lies in Southside district within a walking distance to Chattanooga Whiskey Experimental Distillery. Guests will have access to private parking on site for added convenience.
Gallery 1401 and Hunter Museum of American Art are each 5 and 5 minutes' drive away from the venue. The hotel is set within 0.6 miles distance from Chattanooga city center. The Chattanooga Choo Choo is located minutes away from Main Street Meats.
There is Carta Free Shuttle bus stop close to Chattanooga Choo Choo, about 10 minutes' walk away.
Chattanooga Choo Choo provides accommodation in 363 guestrooms fitted with satellite television, multi-channel TV and a writing table. These rooms include a shower, bath sheets and towels as well as an electric kettle and a fridge.
Eat & Drink
Breakfast is offered in the restaurant every morning. Guests can enjoy American meals at Terminal BrewHouse within 5 minutes' walk of the property.
A full breakfast is served and charges are applicable.
Guests can enjoy a gym and a swimming pool which are free of charge.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site at USD 7 per day.
Year renovated: 2008. Number of floors: 5. Number of rooms: 363.
Former name: Holiday Inn Chattanooga Choo
USD 7 per day
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor swimming pool
Indoor swimming pool
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24-hour services
- Food/ Drinks
- Fitness/ Gym
- Swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Exercise gym
- Tennis court
- Shuttle service
- Room service
- Dry cleaning
- Stores/Commercial services
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Business center
- Board games
Spa & Leisure
- Indoor swimming pool
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Live entertainment
- Night club
- Garden area
- City view
- In-room air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Paid movies
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:1 King-size bed
Bed options:1 Queen-size bed
Bed options:1 King-size bed
Bed options:2 Single beds or 1 Double bed2 Queen-size beds
- City landmarks
Staying so close to Bessie Smith Cultural Center and possibility to explore songbirds. Pool was a nice addition. We would definitely go back as the hotel met every demand.
Southside neighbourhood is worth seeing. Direct access to Chattanooga Market and other touristic areas. Free Wi Fi was working perfectly...
If you're looking for a location pretty near to Chattanooga sights, staying here is worth considering.
This hotel used to be the train station, now it's a beautiful hotel, they kept many of the trains or the atmosphere of the station lobby, even some rooms are inside the adapted train carriages. In the garden there is a pond of frogs and fish, in the day the goldfish shine and in the night the frogs and their song, (by the way this far from the rooms and can not be heard from there), the rooms are silent, comfortable beds and thick curtains, so you rest completely. There is a roofed pool with a pleasant temperature not too hot (ideal), has different depths, including a small part for children as young as 3 and 4 years, many of the rooms on the first floor can reach the pool from the terrace with only your credential (room key) to pass the security doors. In the same area there are several machines for selling soft drinks and sweets, there are tables around and even a microwave to prepare things like popcorn, etc.. Inside there is a good restaurant and boutique or candy stores, however. if someone wants to go out to a mini-super or an outside store, the nearest one is 4 blocks (400 or 450 m) away from the center (in those streets there is not a nice neighborhood), the ideal is to go downtown but you need to take the bus or go by car.
The parking lot is uncovered, although it is a private parking and controlled with your card (room key), but has an extra cost of $7.00 USD.
We loved that their was so many things to do there. We did not have to leave we had so much fun there. We have told all our friends and family about our trip.
It is a historic hotel with beautiful gardens.
Interesting historic site, aundantly restored-- a worthy effort. Good cocktail bar on site.
A little too cheesey and Disneyesque for a pair of pensioners. Food as calorific as pretty well all of the rest of southern USA.
Even though the facility is older, the rooms were very clean and comfortable, the staff was excellent and very helpful and it is right downtown and very close to a lot of Chattanoga's best tourist sites.
Not a thing.
For a lower price we could have stayed at a Day's Inn, Super 8, etc for less and have had better, larger, and more modern rooms. For the charge for the stay I will not be returning.
The lobby was beautiful. Everything else was outdated and smelled funny everywhere you went.
The hotel was 70's outdated decor. Every building we went in had a different gross smell. I would not stay at this hotel again. That is too much money to spend for a discusting room.
The experience for my grandchildren was great.
Cost of one night stay.
The property was really close to ruby falls. The train cars were nice.
The first room we had was dreadful and smelled. When we first checked in, I asked if there were any train cars available and I was told the only car available wouldn't fit my party of 3. Once I got to our actual room, I was terribly disappointed. The staff was happy to give me other accommodations. Guess where they put me? In the train car the front desk woman said wouldn't handle my party. The room had a queen bed and two twin beds. What was the issue initially? I found it rather rude and unhelpful. The other staff members were pleasant.
The pictures on the site for reservations verses reality is very deceiving! It was very run down. I think it was way to expensive for what we had.
Location was convenient and there was plenty of parking, especially since we were attending a show at the Revelry Room. The staff were helpful and friendly.
Building was outdated and the layout was poorly designed. At some point, hotels are better off demolishing or gutting buildings entirely and starting from scratch. The Choo Choo falls into this category. The bed was uncomfortable and some things were just worn down from years of wear and tear.
Was near the bus.
Wife went to a clinic today with flee bites. We walked through the hall where the show dogs were kept several times. I smelled the dogs in the hallway but had no idea we would come home with flees.