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As soon as you walk in there's an updated and classy room on display behind glass. You think that's what you're getting, right?! NO
The hallway carpet is old and dingy
The fixtures are outdated (lamps, phone chairs, etc.). And there's only one outlet on...More
I have to say, I was extremely disappointed with our stay here. Firstly, I was completely unaware that the hotel was undergoing renovations and most of it was closed down, had I known, I would not have planned to stay here.
The shower in the...More
I was so disappointed by this hotel, which looked nothing like the online pics. I had no idea it would be under full renovation and that the quality of our experience would be akin to a dirty motel. Every detail of our room was dark,...More
I was looking for a last minute place to stay while stopping over and this looked decent so I booked it. However it is undergoing a renovation and the rooms are honestly not much better than a Motel 6 but three times the price. If...More
I had an AMAZING experience at The Read House & I can’t wait to visit again when the historic side reopens after the renovation! My ONLY complaint is that we weren’t able to stay in or see the original historic side, but the room we...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