Moxy Chattanooga Downtown Hotel Garners 3 Awards, Including "Hotel Of The Year"

Tuesday, June 28, 2022
MoxyNooga Crew
MoxyNooga Crew

The Moxy Chattanooga Downtown Hotel picked up three awards at the annual Marriott Select Brands Owner Franchisee Conference. These awards recognize and honor the achievements of Marriott's best team members, strongest managers and top performing hotels in the Select Brand category. The MSB accolades are based on financial performance, guest satisfaction, quality assurance results and nominations from hotel staff or management company representatives.

"The Moxy Chattanooga Downtown is truly a one of a kind hotel," said Dwayne Massengale, general manager. "The team is all hands-on-deck all of the time and there is no such thing as 'not my job.' The property leads its brand in intent to recommend, cleanliness and other brand metrics, not just in 2021, but three years in a row."

Located at 1220 King Street in downtown Chattanooga, the 108-room hotel was awarded with the Hotel of the Year, along with Highest Guest Satisfaction, and Captain of the Year was presented to the hotel's general manager, Mr. Massengale.

"The Moxy Chattanooga is a high-energy, lifestyle brand. The buzz it creates within Marriott and the local Chattanooga community is directly related to the playful, daring and dynamic team Dwayne has assembled," said Beau Benton, president, LBA Hospitality. "These awards are not easy to achieve, yet the Moxy Chattanooga Crew continue to knock it out of the park."

"The Moxy Chattanooga Downtown caters to the free-spirited traveler looking for an edgy and unconventional hotel experience," officials said. "The four-story hotel features a unique combination of a bold but friendly environment, with a creative and high-energy staff that offers an entirely different approach to hospitality."

For more information or to contact the Moxy Chattanooga Downtown, call directly at 423-664-1180.



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