Opening Summer 2018
Stylishly Southern, Sincerely Chattanooga
Connecting visitors to Chattanooga’s history, culture, cuisine and altogether exuberant Southern style.
Steps from the historic Walnut Street Bridge, a beloved symbol of our city’s robust urban renewal, The Edwin is Chattanooga’s first luxury boutique hotel.
Discover The Edwin Hotel
A highly anticipated addition to Chattanooga’s vibrant downtown landscape, this luxury 90-room newcomer proudly connects the area’s rich history of Southern hospitality with modern-day trends and cuisines.
Introducing Whitebird at The Edwin Hotel
Whitebird pays homage to the indigenous regional cuisine of the Tennessee River Valley and surrounding Appalachian region. Working with local producers, Whitebird has developed seasonal menus that continue the culinary traditions of the American South.Learn More
Weddings & Events
Add gracious Southern style to your wedding or milestone celebration.
Set to become the city’s most sought-after address for weddings and social events, The Edwin’s art-filled spaces, modern spirited fare and stylish accommodations will delight guests.Learn More
1,650 square feet of downtown Chattanooga meeting space and exceptional cuisine.
Whether you’re planning a one-day meeting, corporate get-together or something in between, The Edwin elevates your event with gracious service, unique settings and imaginative cuisine that celebrates the region’s culinary roots.Learn More
Join the Team
The Edwin celebrates spirit, sincerity and originality.
If you like our point of view, let’s talk.
As Chattanooga’s first luxury boutique hotel, we’ve set the service bar high. From the front desk to the back of the house, we’re looking for a team that shares our passion for a perfect stay.
If you delight in connecting with new people and new experiences, consider making Chattanooga your next home base. Tucked between the mountains of Southeast Tennessee, Chattanooga has been named “The Best Town Ever” not once but twice by Outside magazine. We like to think of it as home of the MoonPie, Chattanooga’s culinary icon. Need we say more?