This charming Dayton, TN hotel offers a convenient location near Fort Bluff Camp, Laurel Snow Fall, Fall Creek falls, the La-Z-Boy plant and Bryan College.
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Guests love that the Best Western® Dayton is close to Buzzard Point, Chickamauga Lake, Laurel Pocket Snow Wilderness, Blue Water Campgrounds, Tennessee Valley Theatre, Tennessee Aquarium, Watts Bar Dam and Lake and Rhea Harbor. Whether traveling for business or leisure, many guests delight in golfing, playing tennis, fishing, boating, hiking and swimming, all of which can be done within miles of the Best Western® Dayton.
Those traveling for work can save time while visiting the area's businesses and local corporate offices, such as the La-Z-Boy plant, Fuji Hut, Polyloom®, Robinson's Manufacturing, TVA Watts Bar Nuclear Plant, TVA Sequoyah Nuclear Plant and Kayser-Roth.
Those visiting the area's schools only need to commute just a few short miles, as Bryan College and Oxford Graduate School are minutes away from our hotel. Whatever the culinary craving, this Tennessee hotel also offers several nearby restaurants.
This hotel near Dayton makes the perfect home away from home with welcoming, spacious rooms that all offer cable satellite television, a coffeemaker, high-speed Internet access, a microwave, a refrigerator and much more.
Sink into bed each night while staying in our comfortable, clean rooms and wake up each morning to a complimentary continental breakfast. The Best Western® Dayton also offers guests many amenities, including a seasonal indoor heated pool, free parking, dry cleaning and a business center.
For an affordable visit to Dayton, Tennessee with great service, reserve a stay at the Best Western® Dayton today and save!
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Pets allowed based on the availability of pet friendly rooms. Up to 2 dogs per room with an 80 pound weight limit. Additional pet types (cats, birds, etc) may be accepted at the hotel's discretion. Pet rate is $15 per day with a $100 per week maximum.
“Blessing in Disguise”
Miami, United States on 18-Sep-17
Evacuating from Hurricane Irma was beyond stressful since we had our 2 little dogs to travel with and it is VERY hard to find a decent place to stay that is pet friendly. Not only was this location...