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Men Escape at the Sheraton Read House with the "Tennesee River and a Mountain Man" package



CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – With a return to the Retrosexual – a real man’s man whose rugged look is matched only by his tough interior – the Sheraton Read House Hotel invites guys to let our their inner adrenaline junkie with the “Tennessee River and a Mountain Man” special, starting at $189/ night through April 30, 2008. Partnering with Outdoor Chattanooga, guests create their own adventure from skydiving adventure over the Appalachian Mountains and mountain biking through the rolling terrain of Lookout Mountain to whitewater rafting down the Ocoee River, only to come back to the hotel for a sumptuous steak dinner at Porter’s Steakhouse.

“Tennessee River and a Mountain Man” at the Sheraton Read House Hotel: $189/night

        •    Sensibly Luxurious Accommodations                                        •    $50 Certificate for Dinner at Porter’s Steakhouse

        •    Outdoor activities chosen through Outdoor Chattanooga*         •    Complimentary electric shuttle to all downtown attractions

        Once settled in to the historic Sheraton Read House Hotel, men can release their inner daredevil while jumping with Skydive Chattanooga – Tennessee’s top skydiving provider. Falling over 10,000 feet at 120 miles per hour, jumpers are able to witness the beauty of the Appalachian Mountains that surround the city. Adventurers can also explore the lush ridges and valleys of Lookout Mountain – host to massive ancient rock formations and gardens – at the largest hang gliding school in the nation, Lookout Mountain Flight Park.
        With Chattanooga offering some of the most diverse opportunities for cycling, guys can mountain bike through parks such as Booker T. Washington State Park and Lula Lake Land Trust or cyclists can ride over three mountains in three different states all in one day, as highlighted by the national event entitled “3-State, 3-Mountain Challenge.” Climbers can relish in what National Geographic Explorer Adventurer calls “the regional climbing capitol” at either Sunset Park atop Lookout Mountain or at the synthetic wall at Walnut Street Bridge.
        While in Chattanooga, outdoor enthusiasts can also take advantage of two of the nation’s most incredible whitewater rivers. For those more experienced and adventurous groups, the Ocoee River, site of the 1996 Olympic Kayak events, offers tumbling rapids that ensure a true adrenaline rush, while the Hiwassee River, known for its fishing and beginner whitewater paddling, provides a more basic rafting experience. For a more low key water experience, men can fish at Chickamauga Lake and experience one of the three types of fishing opportunities that diverse Chattanooga offers its fishermen.
        After a day of adventure, guys return back to the Sheraton Read House Hotel for a hearty dinner at the hotel’s signature restaurant, Porter’s Steakhouse. Famous for unparalleled quality and offering the city’s best steaks and coastal cuisine with southern, men can indulge in the Chef’s famous Pepperloin smothered in cracked peppercorn and herb mixture marinated more than 48 hours or dishes such as Sweet Maine Lobster and Dungeness Crab Cakes with tomato ensalada. Under the guidance of Executive Chef John Palacio, Porter’s offers guests the ultimate fine dining experience in an art deco setting.
        The Sheraton Read House, a member of The Historic Hotels of America continues to be a Chattanooga icon with 241 guest rooms and suites featuring famously plush Sheraton Sweet Sleeper beds, an indoor zero-edge pool with cascading waterfalls, state-of-the-art fitness center and fine dining. The signature restaurant, Porter’s Steakhouse sumptuous steak and seafood in an art deco setting. For a quick java fix, Starbuck’s is also conveniently located inside the hotel. Just outside the entrance to the Sheraton Read House is a free downtown electric shuttle with plenty of room for families to get on and enjoy the charming streets full of restaurants, galleries and shopping.        
        Located at the junction of three major interstate highways including I-75, I-24 and I-59, Chattanooga is just a short drive from the metro areas of Atlanta, Asheville, Birmingham, Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis, Cincinnati, and Raleigh.    
        Noble Investment Group is a real estate private equity fund manager and an integrated operating and development organization that specializes in value-added investments in hotels and resorts throughout North America. Since 1993, Noble and its predecessors have realized superior risk-adjusted returns while acquiring and developing nearly $2 billion in lodging and hospitality assets. Noble’s current discretionary private equity fund represents $310 million of equity commitments and the organization expects to invest over $1 billion in assets during the next three years.

        To experience the “Tennessee River and a Mountain Man” package at The Sheraton Read House, call (423) 266-4121 or visit


* Activities with Outdoor Chattanooga not included in rate. Rate per room for a 1-night stay and double occupancy, based on availability; subject to change. Excludes taxes and gratuities.

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