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Award-Winning Property Raises the Standard for Chattanooga's Long-Term Hotels

Guests Rank TownePlace Suites Chattanooga Near Hamilton Place Among the Best

CHATTANOOGA, TN -- (Marketwired) -- 04/14/14 -- Competition, even when it's friendly, always has an edge to it. Most people want to win and will work their hardest to do so. This mentality applies to hotels as much as individuals, because competition was stiff during Marriott's recent brand conferences when the top-performing properties of 2013 were recognized. After a year of working their hardest, hotels across every brand had to see how they stacked up against each other. And within the TownePlace Suites brand, a clear leader emerged: TownePlace Suites Chattanooga Near Hamilton Place.

Guests who stayed in these Chattanooga hotel studio suites spoke -- and Marriott listened. In honor of its overall Guest Service Satisfaction score of 93 percent, the hotel received the coveted Platinum Circle Award. This honor is bestowed only upon the top-performing 5 percent of hotels within a brand, making this property the clear choice among Chattanooga long-term-stay hotels.

Guest satisfaction takes many forms, of course, but one of the biggest factors in hospitality is cleanliness. Yet once again, this extended-stay hotel in Chattanooga, TN impressed guests so much that they gave it a satisfaction score of 95.7 percent in the category. The rating was so high, in fact, that it placed the squeaky-clean property within the top three TownePlace hotels for cleanliness, which secured it the Cleanliness of Suite award.

With so many awards under the hotel's proverbial belt, there's never been a better time for travelers to discover (or rediscover) these spacious studio suites in Chattanooga, TN. Visitors in town for work (Volkswagen and the Amazon distribution center are nearby) or pleasure (shopping and attractions like the Tennessee Aquarium and Ruby Falls regularly draw visitors) will delight in these modern spaces. Suites include separate living and sleeping areas to accommodate families as easily as the long-term business guest. Plus complimentary daily breakfast, 24-hour access to the fitness center and a pet-friendly policy make the hotel convenient for every lifestyle.

About the TownePlace Suites Chattanooga Near Hamilton Place
Offering its guests a warm, Southern welcome, the TownePlace Suites Chattanooga Near Hamilton Place makes traveling feel like vacationing, even for business guests. Its home-away-from-home conveniences like fully equipped kitchens, flat-screen HD televisions and thick mattresses make being on the road a lot easier, while the indoor pool, 24-hour fitness center and complimentary Wi-Fi in all 87 suites add a dose of fun that most won't find at home. For guests who don't feel like cooking, the hotel's complimentary breakfast is a welcome amenity. And business guests can stay productive thanks to the 24-hour business center and the home offices with well-lit desks and personalized voicemail. Whether visitors come for a few days or a few weeks, the surrounding area has plenty to keep them busy. The hotel is conveniently located near business parks, attractions, natural landmarks, and less than 4 miles from the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport.

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TownePlace Suites Chattanooga Near Hamilton Place
7010 McCutcheon Road
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421
1-423-834-9444
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