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We spent the weekend in downtown Chattanooga for a quick getaway. We decided to give The Read House a try, hearing about all of its luxury appointments, recent renovations, and detail to guest service. The hotel is beautiful and the staff's attention to service was...More
I had a long review in place, but I'm going to file it away for later. I'll just say that they have a long way to go to really make this place truly great. They actually have not completed the renovation. But little, not good...More
I'm in the hotel now. What a mistake. No restaurants open, no room service, no television service, no alarm clocks in the room. The staff on the otherside is wonderful but I feel sorry for them as this hotel was not ready to open yet...More
We recently had our US Navy submarine reunion here so, so I went ahead and checked out the hotels website. Although the site said the hotel was undergoing renovations, we were under the impression the ROOM renovations were completed based on the pictures on their...More
Due the history of Al Capone staying at the hotel and the rumors of haunting, I had to stay there.
The room service was right on point and the front desk lady provided a room upgrade due to me being "kind".
The hotel is going...More
Not at the Read House, but I did find a link to gluten-free beer outlets in Chattanooga. There are several craft breweries nearby (do a search) and there is no doubt one that has a gluten-free brew. The World of Beer... More
Not at the Read House, but I did find a link to gluten-free beer outlets in Chattanooga. There are several craft breweries nearby (do a search) and there is no doubt one that has a gluten-free brew. The World of Beer closed last year, unfortunately. Lots of other choices however.
Try to search on the web for: zahmap (enter a dot here) com/where-to-buy/gluten-free-beer