HOTEL & TRAVEL
The Chattanoogan Hotel
1201 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402
Reservations and Room Rates:
May 3-6- $159 per room/per night
Rooms can be booked directly with the hotel. Please note Group ID 619660 when making the reservation to receive the discounted room rate. Room reservation deadline is April 5, 2017.
About The Chattanoogan Hotel
As the premier choice for vacations and retreats among Chattanooga hotels; few hotels offer an experience quite like The Chattanoogan.
The contemporary urban oasis is an upscale vacation getaway, exceptional Southeast meeting destination and ideal location for business travelers.
The Chattanoogan has three outstanding dining establishments; a relaxing day spa with a steam room, sauna, fitness center, indoor pool, whirlpool and patio overlooking the hotel’s courtyard; a business center; and a 25,000 square-foot conference center with comprehensive meeting planning and audiovisual support services. The Chattanoogan hotel, is the ideal setting for memorable vacations, special occasions and superior meetings. Located in the heart of downtown Chattanooga with spectacular views of beautiful Lookout Mountain, the upscale downtown Chattanooga hotel offers 199 upscale guestrooms and suites, three outstanding dining establishments, a full-service spa and 25,000 square feet of technologically advanced meeting space. In addition to the upscale amenities at the hotel, there are many activities, sights and attractions in Chattanooga, making The Chattanoogan hotel an amazing destination for visitors.
The recipient of numerous awards and accolades, The Chattanoogan features superior service, elegant décor, upscale amenities and state-of-the-art conference facilities. The upscale Tennessee hotel is within a two-hour drive from many cities in the Southeast, including Atlanta, Nashville and Birmingham, and is within walking distance of the downtown's top attractions, Chattanooga restaurants and shopping.
Discounted Tennessee Aquarium passes will be available to conference attendees for anytime during the conference or the weekend following!
Praised by The New York Times as the “undiscovered gem of Tennessee” and lauded by Southern Living as a great little city that gets better and better, the charming southern city of Chattanooga has many attractions to offer all visitors.
Situated along the Tennessee River and tucked away in the southern Appalachian Mountains, Chattanooga has experienced an incredible revitalization over the past decade.
The fourth largest city in Tennessee, Chattanooga is conveniently located within a two-hour drive from Atlanta; Nashville, Tennessee; Knoxville, Tennessee; Huntsville, Alabama; and Birmingham, Alabama.
Chattanooga is ranked 8th out of America’s 100 largest metro areas for the best "Bang For Your Buck" according to Forbes magazine. Chattanooga attractions include museums, restaurants, shopping, and outdoor activities. Come visit Chattanooga today and see what everyone is talking about!
Another of Chattanooga's top attractions is the delightful Coolidge Park and beautifully restored 100-year old Carousel. The popular destination for concerts, movies-in-the-park, festivals, and special events is also home to an interactive play fountain, the Outdoor Chattanooga Center, and lots of open green space.
Along with the beloved attractions of Lookout Mountain and Civil War history, Chattanooga pulses with fun at the Aquarium and riverfront with shopping, dining and nightlife hotspots.
Chattanooga is truly the “Scenic City” with world-famous attractions such as Incline Railway, the world’s steepest passenger railway, and the exhilarating fun of the downtown social scene. Lookout Mountain is also a popular place from which to hang glide and home to the magic of Ruby Falls and Rock City.
The Tennessee River runs through the middle of Chattanooga, setting a stage for waterfront activities such as world-class rowing, performances, festivals and concerts, and miles of trails along the riverfront via the Riverwalk greenway that runs from Chickamauga Dam to downtown. Ross’s Landing, named after Chief John Ross of the Cherokee Nation, was a starting point of the 1838 Trail of Tears. Today, it’s a great venue for watching riverfront activity and for special events.
Expand your natural curiosity under the iconic glass peaks of the Tennessee Aquarium, home to saltwater and freshwater journeys. Minutes away are the popular IMAX 3D Theatre and the Creative Discovery Museum. While you’re downtown, don’t forget to make reservations to sleep and dine aboard the Chattanooga Choo Choo!
Downtown is accessible from four historic, iconic bridges. Cross the linear park of Walnut Street Bridge, one of the world’s longest pedestrian bridges, to access vibrant NorthShore Historic District. NorthShore’s Coolidge Park, named for Medal of Honor recipient Charles B. Coolidge, is a popular space with interactive water fountains and an antique carousel with handcarved animals. A glass-bottom bridge leads to Bluff View Art District, where galleries, restaurants and the spectacular River Gallery Sculpture Garden overlook the river. Stop at Hunter Museum of American Art, known for both amazing architecture and stunning collections.
There are plenty of options for seeing Chattanooga from the water, including River Gorge Explorer, the Southern Belle Riverboat, the Chattanooga Ducks and Blue Moon Cruises. Paddle a canoe while watching abundant wildlife and history along the river.
Back on dry land, soak up Civil War experiences, starting at the Chattanooga History Center. On top of Lookout Mountain, you can comprehend the logistics of a great campaign from the Point Park section of the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park.
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The Chattanoogan is located in the heart of downtown Chattanooga at the corner of 13th. and Broad Street. Within a two hour drive of Atlanta, Birmingham, Huntsville, Nashville and Knoxville, The Chattanoogan is easily accessible throughout the region.
If you fly into Chattanooga: Direct, non-stop air service into Chattanooga is now available through:
Delta (Atlanta, Detroit)
Allegiant Air (Orlando/Sanford, St. Petersburg/Clearwater)
American Eagle (Chicago, Dallas)
US Airways (Charlotte, Washington DC/Reagan)
Group Conference Transportation: Please contact your Planning Manager to help arrange transportation for your conference attendees.
Driving Directions from the airport:
Follow Highway 153 south to I-75 South. Take I-24 West toward Chattanooga. Exit at #178 and follow U.S. 27 North. Take exit 1A and turn right on M.L. King. Go 2 blocks, turn right on Broad Street. Go four blocks, turn right on 13th Street. Turn right into The Chattanoogan courtyard.
Driving Directions from surrounding cities:
From Atlanta, GA
I-75 North to I-24 west toward Chattanooga. Take exit #178, US 27 north, to downtown exits. Take exit 1A (MLK Boulevard) and turn right on M.L. King. Go 2 blocks and turn right on Broad Street. Go four blocks and turn right on 13th Street. Turn right into The Chattanoogan courtyard.
From Knoxville, TN
I-75 south to I-24 west toward Chattanooga. Take exit #178, US 27 north, to downtown exits. Take exit 1A (MLK Boulevard) and turn right on M.L. King. Go 2 blocks and turn right on Broad Street. Go four blocks and turn right on 13th Street. Turn right into The Chattanoogan courtyard.
From Birmingham, AL
I-59 north to I-24 east toward Chattanooga. Take exit #178, US 27 north, to downtown exits. Take exit 1A (MLK Boulevard) and turn right on M.L. King. Go 2 blocks and turn right on Broad Street. Go four blocks and turn right on 13th Street. Turn right into The Chattanoogan courtyard.
From Nashville, TN
I-24 east to exit #178, US 27 north, to downtown exits. Take exit 1A (MLK Boulevard) and turn right on M.L. King. Go 2 blocks and turn right on Broad Street. Go four blocks and turn right on 13th Street. Turn right into The Chattanoogan courtyard.
From Huntsville, AL
US 72 to I-24 east toward Chattanooga. Take exit #178, US 27 north, to downtown exits. Take exit 1A (MLK Boulevard) and turn right on M.L. King. Go 2 blocks and turn right on Broad Street. Go four blocks and turn right on 13th Street. Turn right into The Chattanoogan courtyard.
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Alex Lee, Willis Company
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Anne McCarley, The Hartford
Gaines Moorer, HRA Risk Services, LLC
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