Accommodations in Tennessee range from luxury to budget hotels, chalet and cottage rentals, bed-and-breakfasts and campgrounds. Historic inns also dot the state. Summer is the peak season, so be prepared to book ahead if you're traveling then. Read More ...
In Chattanooga, visitors can indulge in boutique-style comfort, sleep in vintage rail cars, or simply spread out with the family in a variety of suite hotels.
Gatlinburg, Sevierville and Pigeon Forge offer everything from the most basic, inexpensive hotel to themed hotels, condominium rentals and huge log cabins complete with hot tubs, decks and Smoky Mountain views. Lush—and we mean lush—retreats are also available right outside the national park, on farmlike properties featuring fine cuisine and upscale amenities.
Nashville has the most cosmopolitan hotel scene in the state, with fine boutique properties, luxury hotels and historic buildings converted to luxe accommodations.
In Memphis, opt for one of the South's grandest hotels or indulge in sleek, chic splendor at downtown's hip hoteliers. The Graceland area offers plenty of Elvis-themed (and non-Elvis-themed) accommodations for fans of the King.< Show Less