Knoxville, Tennessee: On our way home from our Madeira Beach, Florida vacation, Dexter The Dog, Grandma, Eddie, and I had an overnight stay in Knoxville, Tennessee. We tend to travel 8 hours or so, before stopping for the night. Before even starting on our adventure to Florida, we had booked a two queen bed suite at Holiday Inn Knoxville West. Another perfect location for us, just off Interstate 75. Easy on and easy off.
|View of potty area from our room.|
Holiday Inn Knoxville West grounds were very well kept. The folks did the check-in while I walked Dexter on the dog-friendly grounds. Our room was ideal for dog guests. We were on the ground floor with convenient access to a pet walking area that even included a pet pick up station.
The dog-friendly hotel in Knoxville, TN was perfect for our overnight stay. We had two very welcoming and comfortable queen beds, work space, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker (including tea bags), and a nice bathroom including some pampering items.
The Holiday Inn included an indoor dining restaurant, Gibby’s Dining and Drinks, so we didn’t even leave the hotel once we arrived. The folks ate at the restaurant while Dexter and I enjoyed the restaurant take-out-style. We missed out on their cushioned chairs, drinks from the bar, mingling, and live entertainment and dancing, but enjoyed our meal just the same. I had an amazing fresh hamburger loaded with avocado and hand cut fries. It was delicious and cooked perfectly.
The hotel stay was quiet and peaceful. Just what we weary travelers needed. After a restful sleep, we hit the road to head back to Ohio. Staying at Holiday Inn Knoxville West in Knoxville, Tennessee was a great experience. It is certainly a dog-friendly hotel I can recommend with confidence. The grounds were well-maintained, it was a perfect location off the highway, family friendly and I appreciated the indoor restaurant.
Knoxville, Tennessee Links On This Trip: Holiday Inn Knoxville West
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