DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Chattanooga Downtown
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Our Road Scholar group met at the Doubletree during the week. Buffet breakfasts were excellent, other catered meals were fine. Staff bent over backwards to accommodate the group. Location was central and close to the free downtown trolley.
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