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A stay in Chattanooga

by GUYON Online Now Dec 18, 2005 at 10:31 AM

During our next Summer vacation, I foresee to stay one night or two in Chattanooga.
How can I define the downtown area in which I wish to find an accomodation ?
We need to have a safe neighborhood with restaurants.
Thanks
RAY

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    RE: A stay in Chattanooga

    by ladyfisher Online Now Dec 18, 2005 at 3:24 PM

    All foue right in downtown and around135 a night all 3 include breakfast
    http://www.stonefortinn.com/

    hiltongardeninn.com/en/gi/ho...

    marriott.com/property/proper...
    http://www.readhousehotel.com/
    the marriott is
    Located directly in front of the Tennessee Aquarium, IMAX 3-D theatre, and Creative Discovery Museum
    Walking distance from the Hunter Museum, Bluff View Art District and 13 different Restaurants
    On-site coffee and ice cream shoppe located in our Perky Piranha Cafe open daily
    High-speed Internet

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    RE: A stay in Chattanooga

    by ladyfisher Online Now Dec 18, 2005 at 3:28 PM

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    RE: A stay in Chattanooga

    by ellenshalane Online Now Feb 17, 2006 at 10:40 AM

    We went with our 2 small children last summer and stayed at the Hilton. It was great, within walking distance of the aquarium and children's museum. Downtown Chattanooga is a very nice area.

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    Re: A stay in Chattanooga

    by davecallahan Online Now Dec 4, 2007 at 6:41 AM

    no matter which motel you stay, the electric buses all stop in front and they all are free during the day.... just get on and ride to the tourist sights.

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