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Quality Suites in Chattanooga, TN

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Enjoy affordable rates in a convenient location when choosing the Quality Suites in Chattanooga, TN. Our pet-friendly hotel is ideally located near many area points of interest. Get refreshed in our inviting guest rooms, all of which feature hair dryers, coffee makers, irons and ironing boards. Additional amenities include free breakfast, fitness center,free wi-fi and an indoor heated pool. Take care of basic business needs with access to copy and fax services, and for added convenience, guest laundry facilities are available onsite. Make your reservation today at the Quality Suites in Chattanooga, TN for a memorable stay in a great location, all at an affordable price.

 

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Rating: 3.33

Address: 7324 Shallowford Rd., Chattanooga, TN, 37421
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Comments (6):

1. Steve T.
This hotel is a solid value for your money. The rooms are clean, the water is hot and the facility is very well maintained for an older building. I lucked out and got a huge room with a king bed and a partition wall between the "living room" and sleeping area. It was comfy. I particularly like the plethora of electrical sockets. You need these if you're a business traveler. Each evening requires that the pc, phone, and Bluetooth headset be recharged. No problem in this room. I didn't have to unplug anything to get all of my hardware charged. This hotel is conveniently located in a suburban shopping district with restaurants of every flavor.

11/09/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
2. George J.
Room was clean.  No bugs or noise. Had a pool and the continental 0breakfast was adequate. Desk service was very polite. Wifi was ok.

07/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Melissa B.
The hotel says that check in is at  3:00pm. When we arrived at 3:20, they said our room was not ready and it would be another 20 minutes. Having already pre paid we had no choice but to wait. Once we got in our room, it was really nice. It was clean, and smelled fresh. We went out that night, and when we got back there weren't any parking spots by our room. I had to park on the other side of the hotel and walk around to my room. It's not a horrible neighborhood, but I wasn't comfortable. The room itself was really nice. the bed was great, and the tv had awesome cable. It has a mini fridge, microwave, and couch which was nice. If the price was really good I would go back, but I will make sure I am on the back side of the hotel, where the most parking is, and I will bring my own pillow.

03/11/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. Sarah B.
For once, the yelp star rating is right on for me.

Hubby and I spent a night here last weekend for our last summer's hurrah.  We selected this hotel because we wanted to take that last trip with our pup, Sadie.

Normally, I am a travel snob.  Our chain of choice is Hilton, but we really prefer to seek out an independent, unusual, really exceptional place to stay when travelling.  I don't think we've spent under $200 a night in years - but do not misunderstand, we're not wealthy, we just really enjoy that aspect of traveling.

I was under no misconceptions about this $71 per night hotel.  I knew it wouldn't be what I was accustomed to when out of town, but that's OK.

The extra helpful desk clerk was so nice when I called before reserving to make sure I understood their pet policies (a surprising number of area hotels said they were pet friendly, but said you either could not leave the pet unattended, or it must be crated when unattended).  When I asked about check in explaining we were hoping to make a Backstage VIP Tour of the aquarium, she happily added they could easily accommodate our arrival 1.5 hours ahead of check in, to come on down.

The brief reviews I had read on bringfido.com mentioned this property had more green grass for pups than some other pet friendly options where the dogs had to do their business in mulch (I know, sounds awful) - and they were right.  Our arrival desk clerk seemed a little flustered when we were early arrival #2 of 3 all arriving at 1:15 PM - but indeed our room conveniently located on the end near a grass strip was ready.

The room itself was an odd layout, the "suite" couch part was completely separated from the bedroom, so much so there was a fan in the bedroom area to pull the cool air into the bedroom which you could control separately.  The bed was comfortable enough, room large enough, and all the needed amenities were there.  It's nice to be able to spend so little and still have a refrigerator, a coffee pot, free breakfast, and an indoor pool.  We didn't visit the indoor pool, but I know it was there from looking out the lobby window.

The area seemed quite safe and ultra convenient to Hamilton Place if you're doing a little shopping or like us, we just wanted convenient dinner nearby.  So yes, yelp, this place is A-OK and when travelling with our pup to Chattanooga, we'd absolutely stay there again.

02/08/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
5. Nicole S.
My husband made a joke about this Hotel.
"The Quality Inn, huh? I don't think that means what they think it means..."

We were visiting Tennessee for my sister in laws wedding and needed an affordable place to stay.  One year while traveling cross country with my family we stayed in all Quality Inns so I felt like I knew what to expect.

This particular place was nothing like the other motel/hotels we have stayed at.
The room was stuffy. The wall paper was peeling a little, and the picture on the wall was cracked. The bathroom had obviously been "repaired" recently - since there were 3 different color grouts, and it smelled like paint.

The office staff was rude.
One morning my brother in Law and I got up early to grab breakfast, and we asked the front desk if we could have 2 Extra Towels.
The woman said, Are you staying?
I said, Um Yes. We are staying at the Hotel.
Yes, but are you Staying...?
Um, yes? I don't understand the question.
The maids will bring you towels when you leave.
Yes, but we'd like to shower first, and we are short two towels.
Are you staying?
...
Ugh fine. Take them, but please don't steal them..

What? Seriously? Your towels are not worth staying.

The bedsheets were 12 thread count, and the pillows (though there were many) were yellowed and lumpy. The extra blanket (for the pull out my brother in law was staying on) was thin and moth holed.

There was a newer Television, but that's about it.

Also, there wasn't a SINGLE free outlet. NOT ONE.
We had to unplug one of the laps so we could take turns charging our phones.

I know this was most likely not built in a time where people needed to charge their portable devices, but a power strip or an extension cord with extra head would go a long way.

Also, the hot tub was filled in. What the heck!?

08/01/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
6. Angie Q.
Great hotel, the staff and the manager are very friendly and helpful, the room was nice and it was clean, great price and they have a coupon in the hotel book that you can get at the visitor center, fitness room was good, breakfast was great and the pool was nice. I would totally stay here again,

01/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0