A boutique hotel located in the heart of Chattanooga’s Warehouse Row, the Dwell Hotel packs a whole lot of design punch into just 16 rooms. Each designed to have its own look and feel, these suites are as glossy as it gets.
As if a gorgeous set of rooms wasn’t enough to peak our interest, the gathering spots include a cocktail lounge known as The Rainbow Room, a restaurant with ultra-high ceilings and an all-day snack bar too.
Fit For A Fortress
Built atop a Civil War Era fort, this charming hotel in Chattanooga dates back to 1909. Built during the Dynamo of Dixie boom, the tall brick and limestone structure has seen its share of history play out. The small hotel originally opened as The Colonial Hotel, later closed and reopened as the Stone Fort Inn and most recently was renovated and re-opened in 2016 as The Dwell Hotel. If its awesome location is any indicator, this hotspot will only get more popular in the years to come.
Each of the 16 rooms at the Dwell Hotel is artfully designed with its own wallpaper accent and theme. For example, The Flamingo room features a kitschy flamingo wallpaper with flamingo art on the walls and a feathery chair. The decor throughout the hotel has a real mid-century feel, toeing the line between old architectural accents and modern furnishings. No wonder this place is trending in all the design mags!
Cocktails, Mocktails and Rainbow Rooms
The area surrounding the hotel is filled with great restaurants and shops, but don’t overlook the charm of The Rainbow Room lounge, the five-star Terra Mae restaurant and the snazzy cocktail bar Matilda Midnight just downstairs. For those looking to plan a private event, this hotel has a bit of everything that makes for an awesome event flow.
Venue: Dwell Hotel