The Hilton Knoxville hotel is located in the heart of downtown Knoxville. Within walking distance of the business district, major offices, World’s Fair Park and the University of Tennessee—it is perfectly situated for any stay. Directly off I-40 and I-75, this hotel in Knoxville, TN, is located near the Knoxville Convention Center and within minutes of McGhee Tyson Airport. Comfortable and well-furnished, each guest room is centered around the inviting bed with 250-thread count linen sheets. Surf the internet on hotel WiFi, or get to work at the large in-room desk. Some rooms have views of the Smoky Mountains, Tennessee River and the Neyland Stadium. Upgrade to an Executive Room and enjoy access to the private lounge, serving a delicious daily breakfast and evening appetizers
The lobby was comfortable and inviting. The staff was kind and helpful. The pillows and beds were my favorite part.
The eggs were disgusting and there was not a lot of options for hot food. For the cost you would think that they could have had a waffle maker.
Cleanliness, comfort and friendly staff. Rooms very spacious and comfortable.
Room temperature very inconsistent. Air wouldn't cool room down
It was a freezing night in Knoxville and we were so happy to find a wonderful and warm hotel!
Smelled musty. Very dusty room. My allergies went crazy and couldn't breath in the morning.
The hotel overall is very clean and the staff are fantastic. Our room was clean and the bed was comfortable.
The elevators are slow and with a full hotel we had to wait awhile for a lift. Breakfast buffet is overpriced for the quality and selection of food.
Excellent location, easily walkable to attractions, great view from upper floors.
Couch was dirty and badly stained, bathroom exhaust fan didn't work but front desk made no attempt to fix, changed parking rates between booking and our stay with no notice.
The room and bed were surprisingly small. Bed was about a foot off the ground. Almost like a sofa bed (without the sofa). Guessing they put us in an adjoining room to a bigger suite... which wouldn't have been as big an issue had they described it that way.