Home2 Suites by Hilton opens in Chattanooga, Tenn.

Home2 Suites by Hilton Chattanooga/Hamilton Place features 97 suites, a combined laundry and fitness area and fully accessorized kitchens in every suite. Photo credit: Vision Hospitality Group

Vision Hospitality Group has opened the Home2 Suites by Hilton Chattanooga/Hamilton Place in Tennessee. The 97-suite hotel, Home2 Suites’ first in Chattanooga, features complimentary internet and daily breakfast, a combined laundry and fitness area and fully accessorized kitchens in every suite.

“We are excited to introduce this all-suite hotel brand to Chattanooga and the Hamilton Place area,” Mitch Patel, president/CEO of Vision Hospitality Group, said in a statement. “Twenty-two years ago, we opened our first hotel Homewood Suites by Hilton Chattanooga – Hamilton Place, and we look forward to continuing our ongoing partnership with Hilton.”

The hotel is located 15 minutes from downtown Chattanooga in the retail and office district Hamilton Place. Nearby attractions include the Tennessee Aquarium, the Hunter Museum of American Art, Rock City and Ruby Falls.

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