Chances are if you have children, you already know about Chattanooga, Tennessee. After all, it is home to a train museum that features none other than Thomas the Train. Not that Chattanooga, Tennessee, doesn’t beckon adults. Once one of America’s most downtrodden cities (Chattanooga was named “the dirtiest city in America” in the 1960s) it is now among the country’s greenest. The Tennessee River is regularly crossed by electric buses and pedestrian bridges, while outdoor pursuits abound with rock-climbing, watersports, biking, and hiking by enthusiasts who praise the area for its clean, authentic experiences. The city center itself is pleasantly walkable and filled with historic brick buildings, cafés, and meet-up spots that abound with southern hospitality. Below find a list of our selection of boutique and luxury hotels in Chattanooga, Tennessee.