Econo Lodge Lookout Mountain
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Lookout Mountain Chattanooga
For the money, I was satisfied. The lobby and the halls had an odor, but the actual room was fine. The room and the bathroom was very clean.
The breakfast consisted of coffee, some bagels, some bread to make toast, and some packages honey buns. There was also juice, and some cereal, I think.
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