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My fiancee and I went for a weekend getaway to Chattanooga. We stayed 3 nights. This was our first experience with a boutique hotel. The building was very interesting (built in the early 1900's). It has the intimate feel of a B&B (only 16 rooms)...More
Parking is a block away. There were not enough parking cards for everyone, so anytime you went out you had to stop at the hotel, go inside, get a parking key, then go park. Frequently there was no one at the desk. We asked for...More
Response from DavidMitchellCHA, General Manager at The Dwell HotelResponded 21 March 2013
We apologize that your stay at StoneFort was not up to all your expectations. It is always our goal to offer our guests genuine hospitality. For example, we brought a complimentary in-room appetizer tray as a personal touch for your husband’s birthday. We sincerely apologize...More
The building is beautiful and has a lot of potential, but the execution just isn't there. Several of the pieces of furniture in our room were missing pulls, such that only one drawer was usable. The room has a beautiful glass window above the door...More
I stayed at Stone Fort last year (July 2012) and it was one of my favorite parts of a great long weekend trip to Chattanooga.
There is really nothing I can complain about, as I loved everything -- the restoration of the historic building, the...More
First night stay started with great impressions. We have plans to go out on the town for dinner but, changed our mind and decided to dine at Terra Mae, the hotel's Appalician restaurant. The service was fair. The food excellent. The bar manager, Justin, has...More