La Quinta Inn & Suites Hotels Open In Chattanooga

Friday, January 26, 2018

To serve the growing number of visitors traveling to the Chattanooga area, La Quinta announced the opening of the La Quinta Inn & Suites – Chattanooga located at 7051 McCutcheon Road.

All 82 guestrooms include stylish furnishings with pillow-top mattresses, microwave, refrigerator and flat screen HDTV that provide comfort, convenience and productivity. The hotel’s lobby serves as a multifunctional area for social gatherings or as a place of relaxation and connectivity along with a lobby lounge.

There is a Bright Side Market onsite with snacks, quick meals, sundries and personal care items for guests who may have left an item behind or want an impulse item to eat or drink. Other features include a lobby lounge, fitness center, meeting space, indoor swimming pool and guest laundry. Complimentary hot breakfast is served each morning with scramble eggs, biscuits and gravy, a rotation of bacon or sausage, hot and cold cereal, fresh fruit, yogurt, waffles and muffins.

High-speed Internet access is always free at all La Quinta hotels.

The property completed its full renovation and opened its doors as a La Quinta on Nov. 15.

The ownership of the property also opened a sister location in Hixson. The 79-room interior corridor La Quinta Inn and Suites is located at 5000 New Country Drive and is a similar spec property with a full interior and exterior renovation.

The property was opened as a La Quinta on Dec. 7, which was also the time that all renovations were completed.

The property also offers a convenient location, smart amenities and abundant common space along with a complimentary hot Bright Side Breakfast.

Both hotels participate in La Quinta Returns frequent guest program. 




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