Gem of a property. Food was 9/10. (saving 10 for a Unicorn).
/breakfast and friendly staff /// clean rooms A++++++++
The people who worked there were friendly, a pleasure to be around, courteous, and always helpful. We had a king sized bed room on the main floor. The bathroom was tiny with a triangle of the area for the toilet. The breakfast was mediocre-biscuits hard and dry, eggs tough, bacon limp. But there ...
We're cutting them some slack because we know this property and have stayed here before, but staying during a period of major renovation was not fun. Just a thought, Mainstay: If a floor is being renovated, CLOSE THAT FLOOR. I was literally shown rooms on a floor under construction, stepping over ...
We like the front living room/kitchen area. The mattress was very comfortable. We would stay there again.
Very noisy in the halls but once you are in the room, you can barely hear anything. Not sure i like a full length mirror in front of the toilet. Beds are very comfortable.
Great modern hotel 3 mins to the airport. Check in disappointing as we were given the keys to somebody else’s room. Thankfully they were out for dinner! Second time lucky with the room. They compensated us with credit on the room, so thanks for that. Staff super friendly. Shuttle pick up from hotel, ...
It’s a great price, the rooms are very outdated but it was clean, and no bugs! Easy check in and out, quiet no one bothered us, the staff were very nice and accommodating.
the bed sheets were clean but felt very rough which made sleep uncomfortable
Walk back through the mists of the past at Maryville College.
While you might not have heard of Knoxville, the place it calls home, it's likely that you are aware of the state capital, Nashville, 160 miles away.
For those wanting to save a few dollars, there are a couple of low-cost accommodations in the area. A few places that come recommended include the Luxbury Inn & Suites and the Comfort Suites Airport.
Maryville College is adjacent to some shops and local eateries where drained travelers can take a break after a day of tours. Find a seat with a view, buy a coffee and fulfill your caffeine needs at Rocky's Jamaica Sunrise Cafe in the Clayton Center. When you're feeling especially hungry, grab a table at The Walnut Kitchen, which is also in the area. Finally, kick off an amusing night with a few drinks at Public House On High.