I and 8 other friends met in Knoxville, TN to celebrate the visit of long-not-seen English friend who was visiting. Since one of the group was a gourmet chef, the Cook Loft was a natural choice. The spacious and well equipped kitchen was the center of interest as we sat and watched him prepare the 5 course dinner. After dinner we re-met in the large lounge area to talk away the rest of the evening. The two beautiful bedrooms served our honored guest and myself and our wives while several of the other participants used the fold out sofa beds to finish out the night. A breakfast at a french crepe shop two blocks away finished the get-together. With 3 theatres within 3 blocks and UT campus 5 minutes away by car, the Cook Loft is a wonderful place to base a visit to Knoxville.
Tom from Atlanta, GA
Situated in Knoxville, this condo is close to East Tennessee History Center, Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, and Sunsphere …More
I would stay there again when in town. The people were very kind and energetic. The room was very clean and comfortable. The breakfast was fresh and plentiful. The only thing I would change is I would make the parking free. Or just include it in the room price, but the overall rating was excellent.
Terry from North Carolina
Located in the heart of Knoxville, this family-friendly hotel is steps from Knoxville Convention Center, World's Fair Park …More
My sister and I stayed at the Crowne Plaza for the Alabama vs. Tennessee game in Knoxville. The location was excellent, close to the football stadium, there were restaurants and shops nearby, and best of all, the staff was great!
This hotel is located in Knoxville (Old City), close to Market Square, Sunsphere Tower, and Women's Basketball Hall of Fame …More