SureStay Plus Hotel Chattanooga Hamilton Place Makes Its Debut in Tennessee

Thursday, June 1, 2017

The SureStay Plus Hotel Chattanooga Hamilton Place is opening its doors to guests in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The property is joining one of the newest hotel brands in the industry – the SureStay Hotel Group.

 

The SureStay Plus Hotel Chattanooga Hamilton Place will provide guests with an experience they can count on and the amenities today’s travelers have come to expect.

 

Located at 6914 Shallowford Road, the hotel features 35 well-appointed guest rooms, each with a flat screen television, microwave and mini fridge. The SureStay Plus Hotel Chattanooga Hamilton Place also offers free wireless internet and a complimentary full hot breakfast to provide guests with the superior comfort and utmost value they want out of their stay.

 

The property’s location is also optimal for guests interested in exploring the nearby area as it is just a short drive from the Tennessee Aquarium and Discovery Museum, and natural attractions such as Lookout Mountain and Ruby Falls.

 

“The SureStay Plus Hotel Chattanooga Hamilton Place is a welcomed addition to our growing portfolio of SureStay Hotels,” said Shane Platt, Managing Director of SureStay Hotel Group. “We are thrilled to bring this new hotel brand to Chattanooga and believe this hotel will be an affordable, quality lodging option for travelers in this area.”

 

“We are committed to providing our guests with the amenities they look for in a hotel stay – free high-speed internet throughout the hotel, complimentary breakfast, and quality customer care,” said Dharmesh Patel, general manager of the SureStay Plus Hotel Chattanooga Hamilton Place. “Travelers visiting Chattanooga can be sure about their stay at our hotel.”

 

Reservations may be booked by calling 1-800-827-8298 



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