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Located in downtown Johnson City, this hotel is a 5-minute drive to East Tennessee State University. It features spacious rooms with a 32-inch flat-screen TV and serves a daily breakfast buffet. Good customer service Good breakfast quiet Comfortable bed
This Johnson City, Tennessee hotel is located along Highway 321 at the edge of the East Tennessee State University campus. The Hotel is a beautiful historic property with elegance of a by-gone era...... I love the bar and live entertainment The Restaurant has fabulous food The Spa is amazing Pool, polite and staff that go the extra mile
We enjoyed visiting historic Jonesborough. We did have some problems getting around Jonesborough and Johnson City because we were new to the area but we managed just fine. I would have liked to do a ghost tour. We went to the highschool band competition at Eastern Tennessee State which was great. We ate at familiar chain resteraunts such as IHOP, Applebees, and Shoneys and I have to say the service and the food was very satisfactory. I hope to go back. If I was planning a wedding, I would consider one of the venues in Historic Jonesborough.
We liked the friendly people the best. Jonesborough has a lot of history which is also wonderful. The purpose of our trip was to do genealogy work in the area. Their new Archive facility was awesome. Ask for Donna.
I really like the uniqueness of this small town. People are friendly. Buildings spectacular. It is so great that the town is alive and well! Shops, food,people, historic buildings are all just wonderful. I just built my retirement home here after much researching!Main Street cafe offers yummy meals! Chicken salad was delicious! Also the Citrus Tea!!
This hotel is undergoing renovation, which affects many public spaces. You feel like you are in a construction zone. Also, the hotel offers no map of the site or location of amenities or local restaurants. I would not go back there.
Love Jonesborough!! Enjoyed strolling in the downtown and walking through a farmer's market with artisans and farmers. All lovely. Motel was dreadful, frankly. Hopefully it will be better after new owners fix it up.