The Dwell Hotel
What it is
A 1909 hotel revamped in colorful Mid Mod style, with 16 uniquely designed rooms, a beloved cocktail bar, and doting service.
What it isn't
Equipped with its own spa, pool, or restaurant. Who needs them? You came to explore Chattanooga, and the hotel has everything required to live large in the after-hours.
What we think
Call it the ultimate boutique hotel: a place where each and every guest suite (and yes, they’re all suites) was so lovingly designed, it feels like home…circa 1966. There’s The Pink Lady, with exposed brick, wood floors, and a spa-like bathroom with a deep soaking tub; The Palm Springs, complete with a Slim Aarons photograph, frothy pink wallpaper and a gas fireplace; and (our favorite) The Mod, which has a fully separate living room that’s ideal for a cocktail party…or just a night in with your favorite Bond movie. Whatever space you book, prepare to be indulged with fluffy bathrobes, a tea and coffee maker, daily room service and housekeeping, and so much more.
You're here because
You need a break from littles, and the hotel has a strict no-kids-under-12 policy.
Within the inky black cocktail bar Matilda Midnight, you feel a bit like you’re in a scene from Mad Men. Your tipple of choice? The Andromeda, with apricot liqueur, bourbon, tiki bitters and mezcal spritz.
Restaurants & Bars
Syrup and Eggs - offering breakfast, brunch and lunch service daily
Chattanooga's City Center, a block from the Bessie Smith Cultural Center and Chattanooga African American Museum.