7030 Amin Drive
Chattanooga, TN 37421
Phone: (423) 485-9424
Fax: (423) 485-9425
Health and fitness has become an obsession with folks in Scenic City. Almost overnight there have been a dozen new fitness centers opening up to help people achieve their fitness dreams. This gym offers a number of personalized fitness programs along with the very best in fitness equipment. Cardiovascular workouts are easy with treadmills, stair-climbers, recumbent bikes and rowing machines. Over 70,000 pounds of free weights are available to help "pump you up." Affordable membership fees and special offers make getting in shape easy.
Your source for air travel convenience, comfort and safety, this full service airport is your gateway to South Eastern Tennessee and North Georgia with service provided by five major airlines.
The closest airport to Dalton, this airport offers daily nonstop service and same jet departures on five major airlines, as well as ground transportation, travel agency information, and other services to meet all of your travel needs.
Whether you are attending an important conference or just want to arrive in style, this limousine service is Chattanooga's leading provider of luxury car service. From the simple 8 passenger stretch models to the outrageous 13-passenger Lincoln Navigator stretch, your party will be the star attraction. Hire a car for social events, weddings, parties, airport service, business meetings, out-of-town trips or any special occasion that you want to be even more special. Minimum 3-hour rental on all stretch models, 4-hour minimum on the Navigator. Prices range from $75-$95 per hour.
Set in the Scenic mountains and by the river Blueway, Chattanooga has something for everyone. There are a host of outdoor activities like whitewater rafting, hand gliding and its top rated mountain biking ranges for the adventure freaks. For others, there is its galore of museums including the Hunter Museum of American Art or and Ruby Falls caverns to explore among others. That's not all, go boating in the riverboats and to the Tennessee aquarium for its great display of the sea life and for its 3D shows. Interesting dining spots, designer boutiques and quaint little stores add to the charm of this city.
Parkridge Medical Center and East Ridge Hospital are the major facilities that make up this full-service health care system. Both consistently appear on the list of “100 Top Hospitals' Intensive Care Units (ICU)” in the nation. Each site offers advanced medical technology for diagnosis and treatment of disease, including cardiovascular and cancer. Equally important, is their commitment to promoting a lifetime of health by offering various community education services, such as cholesterol screenings and exercise classes.
Millennium Taxi Service, is definitely one of the best means of transportation that this city has. With a metered fare per mile, the service is safe, fast and comfortable. Online reservations are accepted as are the phone reservations. Millennium Taxi Service, also provides shuttle service and vans for large groups. With a reputation of customer satisfaction, it makes a good option to travel around the city.
Erlanger Medical Center, with its satellite centers, is the largest provider of health care services in Chattanooga. This full-service hospital provides the area's only Trauma 1 center, with Life Force emergency helicopter transport. It also encompasses the region's premier facilities for the treatment of burns, diabetes, kidney disease, and craniofacial deformities. Its Women's Center delivers two thirds of Chattanoogan babies. In conjunction with T. C. Thompson Children's Hospital, it houses a state-of-the-art neonatal unit.
Formerly known as the Shiloh Baptist Church, the First Baptist Church is a historical church. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it was built way back in 1885.
Pronounced "botch-EE," this ancient game was introduced to America by Italian immigrants, and is played in much the same manner as lawn bowling. This classic game has found a special home under the shade trees growing on the bluffs overlooking the Tennessee River. Beer and wine are available Friday and Saturday nights, adding to the laid-back feel of this seemingly simple yet challenging game. Regular, non-tournament play is free to the public.
Practicality is what the architects kept in mind while they designed this enormous building. Walk in, to be awed by 30-foot high walls, 312,000 square feet of total space, 100,000 square feet of exhibit space, 21 meeting rooms, six ballrooms, 3,500 parking spaces and 14 loading docks. Moreover, all the rooms are well-connected and perfectly suited to meet any business requirement. An excellent natural, direct and diffused lighting system and an adjustable sound system bring the place to life. To top it all off, some of the walls are removable, to accommodate guests. On-site catering and technical services, provided by an attentive meticulous staff assure that your event goes off without a hitch. Banquets can be planned for groups from 30 to 3,000 and an excellent, well-stocked bar adds the finishing touch. Additional amenities include a high-speed wireless internet connection, event organization in accordance with your budget, and online communications. The façade is just as grand, with 30-foot high trees to compete with the walls!
The AT&T Field was formerly known as the Bellsouth Park. This brilliant baseball field located in Chattanooga is one of the most sought after venues for baseball games. This $10 million dollar stadium has been so designed that the majority of the seven thousand seats are located on the first base side to give the viewers a perfect view of the game.