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Knoxville hotel w/in walking distance to Neyland Stadium

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Knoxville hotel w/in walking distance to Neyland Stadium

We're planning a road trip this fall to see a UT football game, probably Chattanooga on10-11. Are there downtown hotels within walking distance to the stadium so we don't have to fight the football traffic once we get there? We'd be arriving Friday night. Also, if you know of minimum stay requirements during football season, that would be helpful. Thanks!

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1. Re: Knoxville hotel w/in walking distance to Neyland Stadium

Hampton Inn, Hilton, Holiday Inn, Cumberland House (Sheraton 4 Points), Oliver Hotel, Crown Plaza - all are within walking distance. Just a bit farther is the Marriott.

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2. Re: Knoxville hotel w/in walking distance to Neyland Stadium

We stayed at the Hampton Inn (tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g55138-d606633-…) at 618 W Main Street and it was a great experience.

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3. Re: Knoxville hotel w/in walking distance to Neyland Stadium

Thank you both! I booked the Holiday Inn. I liked the Hampton also but it is already booked for that weekend.

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