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Budget hotels in Knoxville
Convenience of staying in the city center
Choose a hotel next to World's Fair Park, such as Holiday Inn Knoxville Downtown, which is situated 5 minutes' walk away. To be close to Alliance Brewing Company, stay at Hilton Knoxville, which is only a 20-minute walk from the attraction and offers everything you would expect from the 3-star hotel, including a sauna, a golf course and a seasonal outdoor pool.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
The Volunteer Hotel is a chic 4-star choice that is only a 30-minute walk from Knoxville Recreation Dept. Holiday Inn Knoxville West Cedar Bluff Rd is a highly rated boutique hotel set in West Knoxville district of Knoxville. Travelers will find several good chain hotels in Knoxville, including the stylish Days Inn By Wyndham Knoxville West and Clarion Inn & Suites Near Downtown, which has free self-parking, a picnic area and an indoor swimming pool.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
There are 25 B&B options in Knoxville, including Quaint Apartment In Older East Knoxville and City Loft W/ View Of Gay St. Families traveling to Knoxville with children might consider staying at a hotel like Country Inn & Suites By Radisson, Knoxville At Cedar Bluff, Tn, boasting free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. Make sure to choose Homewood Suites By Hilton Knoxville West At Turkey Creek near Hudson Grove Church - a top-rated resort with views of the river.
The ''Streaking Capital of the World'' was an honor bestowed on Knoxville by American journalist Walter Cronkite.
This reputation Knoxville earned for stripping began in the hot spring of 1974 year when 5000 people took off their clothes at Cumberland Avenue.
On your trip to Knoxville you may find less extreme ways to escape from warm temperatures. The easiest way is to consult Booked.net for a hotel in Knoxville packed with all possible amenities from air conditioning to flat screen TV. Be it a room in cheap hotel or in luxury Knoxville hotel all available with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
Knoxville features hot and humid summers with temperatures reaching 30 degC and cool winters with rare snowfalls and average -1 degC. The record high for Knoxville is 40 degC occurring July 12, 1930, while the record low is -31degC noticed January 21, 1985.
Such temperature drop is mainly caused by its location in a hilly area that makes up series of narrow ridges joining the upper Tennessee Valley. Knoxville has area of 98.1sqmiles, some 92.7sqmiles of it is land and 5.4sqmiles – water. The city is washed by two tributaries French Broad River and Holston River that join to form the Tennessee River.
This land is currently a home to 177,661 people - a real cultural mosaic of 79.7 percent white, 16.2 percent African American, 1.45percent Asian and 0.31 percent American. What's really interesting that this cultural variety bred many famous personalities.
For example, Lowell Cunningham, writer mainly recognized by his book ''Men in Black'' – a basis for popular comedy that hit cinema screens in 1997. It is that strange sense of black humor found in Knoxville that made this picture the fattest cash cow to profit US$587 million against a $90 million dollar budget.
A hometown to Lowell Cunningham, Knoxville can be even better if look it around for numerous sites. Attractions include;
- World's Fair Park, a location for the 1982 World's Fair Park with kid-friendly fountains
- Sunsphere, a modern style monument built for the 1982 World's Fair
- The University of Tennessee (UT) Gardens, open for free strolls since 1982
- Museum of East Tennessee History, museum about the history of the area
Exploring these sights is a great way to understand this city and have fun at the same time, while Booked.net can place you in Knoxville with all comforts.