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Sheraton Read House Hotel
827 Broad Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Days Inn Rivergate Chattanooga
901 Carter Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Marriott Chattanooga Convention Center
2 Carter Plaza
Chattanooga, TN 37402

1201 South Broad Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Staybridge Suites Downtown
1300 Carter Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Doubletree Hotel Chattanooga
407 Chestnut Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Hilton Garden Inn Chattanooga Downtown
311 Chestnut Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Residence Inn by Marriott Chattanooga
215 Chestnut Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Courtyard by Marriott Chattanooga Downtown
200 Chestnut Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Comfort Suites Chattanooga
2431 Williams Street
Chattanooga, TN 37408

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About Downtown Chattanooga

Chattanooga is surrounded by majestic mountains and is located on the Tennessee River, making its nickname, Scenic City, appropriate. Chattanooga is Tennessee's fourth largest city, located near the border of Georgia. The city's economy relies heavily on manufacturing and services to serve its population of more than 167,000 people. Chattanooga boasts approximately 143 square miles of land. While Chattanooga experiences obvious seasons, winters are generally mild. While the winter may freeze, summer can be intensely hot, not to mention humid.

Chattanooga was inhabited by Native Americans before the United States of America ever existed. The Cherokee natives used the name Chattanooga as a reference to fishermen. In the 1830s, however, Native Americans were forced to move to Oklahoma. The area was known as Ross's Landing for a short period of time before it was called Chattanooga once again. The invention of the railroad led Chattanooga to become a huge center of industry in the later 1800s. Not soon afterwards, it became a very important location for the Civil War.

Today, Chattanooga is a city known for its outdoor recreation, as well as for being the birthplace of the tow truck, of course. Many residents of this river city pride themselves in bass fishing. The more adventurous outdoor nature fanatics are skilled hikers and mountain climbers. Some of the city's most famous physical features include the Smoky Mountains and the Tennessee River. Fortunately, Chattanooga is in close to proximity to three interstates, attracting many new visitors. Many people come to Chattanooga to attend one of the four colleges or as a quick stop along the way to Atlanta or Nashville, both of which are about two hours away.