Hilton Knoxville, Knoxville

Hilton Knoxville

501 West Church Street

The newly-renovated Hilton Knoxville hotel is situated in the heart of downtown, the gateway to scenic East Tennessee. With a covered sky bridge to the Knoxville Convention Center, a short walk to the University of Tennessee campus, views of the Tennessee River and Neyland Stadium, and perfectly situated in the downtown business district, the Hilton Knoxville hotel is convenient to it all. To better serve the needs of our guests, the Hilton Knoxville hotel offers complimentary high-speed wireless internet access in all hotel guest rooms and public space, a new business center, recently-expanded exercise facility, executive level, Starbucks offee shop in the hotel lobby, and much more.The contemporary decor in each of the spacious Hilton hotel guest rooms offers the finest in modern amenities, as well as spectacular views of the Great Smoky Mountains. The Hilton Knoxville restaurant, The Market Cafe, serving breakfast and lunch, offers the finest of American Cuisine in a casually elegant atmosphere. Marty's Bistro, open for dinner Monday through Saturday, concentrates on regional ingredients and classical presentation. Guests can also wind down with a specialty martini in our hotel lounge, The Orange Martini. The Hilton hotel's recreational facilities include a newly-expanded on-site exercise room and a seasonal outdoor pool & sundeck. The avid golfer will enjoy being positioned within 30 minutes of 16 beautifully maintained golf courses. Water skiing, snow skiing and boating are available within a 30-minute drive.The Hilton hotel in Knoxville, Tennessee is just a short 45-minute drive from the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. The Hilton Knoxville is within walking distance of the federal and state government office buildings, TVA, Alcoa, Kimberly-Clark, Brunswick Boat Group, First Tennessee Bank, Market Square, the University of Tennessee and only one block from the site of the 1982 World's Fair. The best in Tennessee hospitality and comfort...in the ''heart of the action.''