The Chattanoogan Hotel Introduces Overnight Package for Annual Entertainment Extravaganza, Riverbend Festival

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The Chattanoogan hotel, Chattanooga’s only AAA Four Diamond-rated full-service hotel, introduces its 2010 Riverbend Festival Package. Riverbend Festival, the award-winning annual music event held in downtown Chattanooga along the banks of the Tennessee River, features more than 100 bands performing on five stages during nine days of fun in the sun.

The Chattanoogan hotel (http://www.chattanooganhotel.com), Chattanooga’s only AAA Four Diamond-rated full-service hotel, introduces its 2010 Riverbend Festival Package. Riverbend Festival, the award-winning annual music event held in downtown Chattanooga along the banks of the Tennessee River, features more than 100 bands performing on five stages during nine days of fun in the sun. The world-class Festival, held June 11–19, draws more than 600,000 participants each year, and features artists performing classic rock and roll, country, urban, bluegrass, gospel, rhythm and blues, jazz and more.

The Chattanoogan’s overnight package is available from June 10 – June 19, and includes deluxe overnight accommodations, admission for two to the Festival, complimentary transportation to and from Riverbend, breakfast at the hotel’s Broad Street Grille, valet parking, unlimited use of the hotel’s health facilities and services charges. The package price starts at $189 per night.

For more information or reservations, call (423) 756-3400, toll free (877) 756-1684, or visit The Chattanoogan’s Website at http://www.chattanooganhotel.com.

The Chattanoogan is only a 10-minute walk from the popular Festival. This year, the hotel will be providing complimentary transportation to and from Riverbend for its guests. The Chattanoogan is also within walking distance of the city’s museums, galleries, retail stores, restaurants, The Tennessee Aquarium and other major attractions.

Now entering its 29th year, Riverbend has grown to become one of Chattanooga’s most popular annual events. The 2010 lineup includes Sheryl Crow; Alison Krauss and Union Station; Third Day; Darius Rucker; Charlie Daniels Band; George Clinton; Lyfe Jennings; Waybacks with Joan Osborne, John Cowan and Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra; and Billy Currington. For more information, visit http://www.riverbendfestival.com.

In addition to music, Riverbend has a Children's Village, Bluecross Riverbend Run and Walk, Marketplace, Fireworks Finale and Mobile Exhibits.

After a day of enjoying live entertainment, the soothing surroundings of The Chattanoogan await guests. Visitors may choose to relax at The Chattanoogan Spa, dine in one of the hotel’s three outstanding restaurants, or relax in the beautiful lobby or guestrooms.

When dining at Broad Street Grille, guests will feast on some of the finest cuisine in the region. The menu offers a wide variety of reasonably priced starters, sandwiches, pizzas and entrées. Chefs at Broad Street Grille work with Chattanooga-area farmers to provide guests with the freshest, local products available in the market.

The Foundry, The Chattanoogan’s upscale lounge, features a wide variety of affordably priced appetizers, pizzas, sandwiches, salads, soups and entrées. And at Strouds, the hotel’s sidewalk espresso café, guests will enjoy made-to-order sandwiches and salads, daily homemade soups, freshly baked pastries and desserts, and a variety of unique gourmet coffees and teas.    

The Chattanoogan, a 210,000 square-foot five-story upscale urban resort with 199 guest rooms and suites, also has a 25,000 square-foot conference center with comprehensive meeting planning and audiovisual support services and a spa with four treatment rooms, a couple’s retreat, steam room, sauna, fitness center, indoor pool, whirlpool and patio overlooking the hotel’s courtyard.

The Chattanoogan is conveniently located within a two-hour drive from Atlanta; Nashville, Tenn.; Knoxville, Tenn.; Huntsville, Ala.; and Birmingham, Ala. It is within walking distance of the city’s museums, galleries, retail stores, restaurants and The Tennessee Aquarium.

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