Convenient to I-24 and I-75, Red Roof Inn Chattanooga Airport is conveniently located within walking distance of many restaurants as well as close to malls, museums and the airport.
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Red Roof Inn Chattanooga Airport features free Wi-Fi, continental breakfast and a business center. A lot of unsavoury types hanging around the hotel and parking lot.
A microwave and mini-refrigerator are available in all rooms. The "hot" part of breakfast was toast or a bagel, it was cereal, packaged muffin or a banana. This property has roaches really bad, I had to kill roaches our entire visit.
The Children’s Discovery Museum and the Tennessee Aquarium are just 15 minutes form this hotel while breathtaking Ruby Falls, Lookout Mountain and Rock City are just a 20-minute drive away. The police came into the hotel parking lot 3 times in the one night we stayed, all for domestic disputes between the permanent residents living in the hotel.
Red Roof Inn Chattanooga Airport is within walking distance of many restaurants. When I left the room at to get some ice there were drunk men hanging over the balcony/walkway on the second floor.
At this year’s event – The QB Challenge – attendees were treated to a special night of “behind the scenes” Locker Room stories from Hometown Quarterbacks David Greene (UGA), Joe Hamilton (GA Tech), and Former Atlanta Falcons QB Dave Archer, with former UGA and Chicago Bears Kicker, Kevin Butler, serving as the evening’s emcee.
Proceeds from the event benefitted Kids & Pros – a local non-profit organization launched in 2002 by former Atlanta Falcons Bobby Butler and Buddy Curry, to provide safe, non-contact football instruction for kids ages 7-13.
Have you ever wondered what goes on inside a huddle, when the camera is not on, or wanted to ask some “real deal” questions of some of the “Legends of the Game”?