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rom the moment we pulled into the front of the hotel we were treated with incredible service. Jared and his team were extraordinary taking care of our bags, orienting us to the property, and making sure we had everything we needed in our room. The...More
The Read house is in the heart of downtown and I didn’t know what to expect since some downtown hotels are kind of a hassle, however I was pleasantly surprised by the service of this hotel. When we arrived we were greeted by the doorman...More
We enjoyed a three-night stay at The Read House for our son's wedding and reception. It is located in the center of Chattanooga, within walking distance of such sights as the Tennessee Aquarium, the Walnut Street Bridge over the Tennessee River, the Chattanooga Riverwalk, and...More
From the valet, waitstaff, front desk, and all extras - The Read House does not skimp on anything. The hotel is exquisite and absolutely worth the price and location. Stayed here only one night but look forward to our next visit. We were immediately greeted...More
I went on a holiday recently and was provided with a home atmosphere. Great staff!!! You can definitely see the hard work put into this hotel. Fresh food, clean sheets, local sceneries! I will definitely be coming back.
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