Kinley Chattanooga Southside Lifestyle Hotel To Open This Spring

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Vision Hospitality Group announces its newest lifestyle hotel, Kinley Chattanooga Southside, is slated to open this spring and is now accepting reservations beginning April 29. The 64-room hotel is nestled in the city’s entertainment district, a walkable neighborhood where art and culture make up the community, at 1409 Market St.

Unpretentiously hip, the hotel embodies small-city sensibility combined with innovative appeal and extraordinary warmth to act as a living room, said officials. Kinley is taking a modern approach to all things Chattanooga, incorporating design inspiration from local makers, featuring rich colors and earthy tones representing the surrounding natural landscape of the region.

Officials said handmade, locally curated arts will provide a warm and inviting environment, coupled with appealing, distinctive lounge seating. Each stylish room - ranging in size from the king room to the queen bunk room - features amenities accommodating the modern traveler’s unique needs and wants, from an ‘honor bar’ featuring local snacks and drinks to custom-designed Murmaid mattresses and Kohler rainfall showerheads. Directing guests to the innovative “uncheck-in” desk, the forward-thinking hotel embraces "people, nature, and art: the fabric of Chattanooga’s laid back, genuine vibe."

“Kinley Chattanooga Southside is designed to be the living room of the neighborhood, fostering sincere relationships between guests and the surrounding neighborhood and city,” said Michael DiMaria, general manager at Kinley. “Our centralized location coupled with the hotel’s southern charm and design features will empower guests to explore their sense of adventure and discover Chattanooga’s outdoors – and indoors.”

Derived from the word kinship meaning social connection and based around the brand’s mantra of “Sincerely Yours,” Kinley Chattanooga Southside channels the energy of the surrounding community, along with small-city sensibility and southern charm. The Chattanooga location will join its sister property located in Cincinnati, Ohio and is the beginning of a new brand created and developed by leadership of Vision Hospitality Group, the Chattanooga based hotel management and development company.

“Kinley Chattanooga Southside will be a place where locals and visitors come to escape the stressors of the outside world and safely relax and unwind,” said Mitch Patel, president & CEO of Vision Hospitality Group. “Kinley Hotels offer a true hospitality atmosphere where all are welcome, celebrated and encouraged to create memorable and meaningful experiences, within the hotel and while exploring this captivating city and the Southside neighborhood.”

Officials said a lobby-level coffee bar, The Exchange, will offer a range of specialty coffee drinks and local artisan baked goods crafted from partners Goodman Coffee Roasters and Niedlov’s Cafe & Bakery, transitioning through the day to a cocktail bar featuring small plates. Combining the spirit of a bygone age with a warm, contemporary vibe, Company is a modern speakeasy - not hidden, but waiting to be found. A destination for people who are in the know, seeking out the extraordinary, Company offers world-class, innovative cocktails and food in an eclectic atmosphere.  The name is derived from the 1880’s speakeasy in which frequenters became a community - or Company - of those in the know.

For more information on Kinley Hotels, visit www.kinleyhotels.com. To book, click here.


Splost Funds To Pay For Bridge, Culvert Repair, As Well As Paving And Equipment

Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association Announces 2021-2022 Executive Board

Rock City Makes Annual Donation To Ronald McDonald House Charities


We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it, goes the old saying. After the approval of a four-year Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax in June, Whitfield County motorists will soon be able ... (click for more)

The Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association named its 2021-2022 executive board. The board is comprised of veterinarians from across the state. The newly elected officers are: • President ... (click for more)

See Rock City Inc. has presented a check in the amount of $12,899 to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Chattanooga for the 2020 season of the Enchanted Garden of Lights. The donation ... (click for more)



Business

Splost Funds To Pay For Bridge, Culvert Repair, As Well As Paving And Equipment

We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it, goes the old saying. After the approval of a four-year Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax in June, Whitfield County motorists will soon be able to do just that, since a total of $9,396,450 has been set aside for public works project, including approximately $4.9 million toward bridges and culverts, $3 million for paving and $1.5 ... (click for more)

Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association Announces 2021-2022 Executive Board

The Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association named its 2021-2022 executive board. The board is comprised of veterinarians from across the state. The newly elected officers are: • President - Tai Federico, DVM, Riverview Animal Hospital, Chattanooga; • President-Elect – Bob Parker, DVM, Shelby Center Hospital for Animals, Bartlett; • Vice-President – Forrest Reynolds, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Couple, 90 And 89, Die In House Fire In Rock Spring

A house fire at 491 Bicentennial Trail in Rock Spring on Monday morning claimed the lives of two people. Walker Fire Rescue responded to the structure fire at 9:44 a.m. The first unit to arrive reported heavy smoke and fire coming from the home. When they made entry, firefighters found the bodies of 90-year old Clifford William Cason, Sr. and his 89-year old wife Patricia. ... (click for more)

Hammond Says Sheriff's Office Staff Short By About 50; Cites Negative Perception Of Police, Daily Dangers They Face

Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Hammond said Monday the county is having difficulty hiring School Resource Officers amid what he calls negative public perception of law enforcement. He said overall, the Sheriff’s Office is short by about 50 staff. “We’re living in a time when police officers are seen in a negative fashion, more so than in the past,” Sheriff Hammond said. “There are ... (click for more)

Opinion

Just Say No To Metro Government

Roy Exum has once again brought up his support for metro government in Hamilton County. There are some matters that need consideration before putting it to a vote. Why do so many homeowners choose to live outside Chattanooga city limits, whether in other cities within Hamilton County, or in the unincorporated areas? I am sure that part of the reason behind people choosing ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Be Like ‘Dr. Georgia’

Many years ago I was described as “a pathos writer.” At the time I had no idea what that was, much less what it meant. So, I went to the source and asked him what that meant. He laughed and assured me it wasn’t a negative thing. This magazine editor told me that I had a rare gift: my words can make readers happy or sad, he explained. You can bring laughter one day and tears the ... (click for more)