Rustic and spacious, the historical architecture of The Oliver Hotel is perfectly complimented by the building’s sophisticated interior design, which combines urban minimalism with five star comfort to create a bright and chic space to relax in.
Guests can enjoy a wide range of facilities here including a speakeasy style bar, The Peter Kern Library and the Tupelo Honey Café, a culinary gem serving traditional Southern comfort food with a modern twist.
With several hotels in Knoxville, visitors are never far from the splendor of a Hilton, and their main hotel here, The Hilton Knoxville, upholds their reputation in spectacular fashion.
One of the city’s best and most popular hotels, the venue offers first-class services including a dazzling rooftop swimming pool, a sauna, a gym and a Starbucks.
Snug, cozy and serene, the place compels its guests to instantly feel at home and unwind in its comfortable atmosphere.
Enjoy the jaw-dropping views from their traditional, Southern style porch which lines the building.
An affordable and satisfying place to stay in Knoxville.
Crowne Plaza Hotel, 401 W Summit Hill Dr, Knoxville, Tennessee, US.
Further, past Lincoln Boulevard, you’ll come upon Wayburn Redwood Grove and Thompson Reach, where a former Army landfill was transformed into a creek and riparian habitat; it’s a butterfly “hot spot.” One day soon, you’ll be able to continue on to Crissy Marsh, where all the water from the Tennessee Hollow Watershed eventually flows.
This charming boutique hotel lies in the heart of downtown Knoxville, within a restored bakery dating from 1876.
The place is conveniently only minutes from the University of Tennessee and the Knoxville Convention Center.
With venues throughout the USA, the Hampton brand use their extensive experience and expertise in the hotel trade to provide guests with an excellent service.
Diners can enjoy an extensive menu at their Market Café restaurant, which serves traditional home-cooked American cuisine in a casual, laid-back environment.