• Serving Knoxville, TN / USA
    McGhee Tyson Airport
  • La Quinta Inn Knoxville West

    258 Harry Lane Boulevard, Knoxville, TN US

8.9 mi from TYS airport

Guest Score:based on 240 reviews
  • Amenities: Pets allowed, Meeting/banquet facilities, Laundry, Family rooms, Free parking, Internet services, Heating, WiFi, Free WiFi, Air conditioning, Outdoor pool (seasonal), On-site parking, WiFi available in all areas
  • Fee: No, Number of pets per room: No Maximum, Allow pets in all rooms: All Rooms, Policy on attending to the pet: Pet cannot be left unattended at any time., Cleaning fee: No, hotel does not charge a cleaning fee, Others: Green Space for Walking.
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About the La Quinta Inn

The La Quinta Inn is located on 258 Peters Road North in Knoxville, Tennessee. Pets are allowed. The hotel is approximately fifteen miles from Knoxville MGhee Tyson Airport. The inn has an impressive array of amenities. Guest rooms feature high definition flat panel televisions with premium cable, including HBO. A videogame console is provided as well. Complimentary wifi and wired internet are available also. All rooms are air conditioned. Parking is free in the hotel lot. A seasonal outdoor swimming pool and fitness center are available on site as well. Business services and a conference meeting room are also featured. Wheelchair access is provided for disabled guests. Coffee and tea are served in the lobby. A microwave is available in the lobby as well. The Knoxville area is filled with interesting things to see and do. The Ijams Nature Center is an eighty acre long wildlife area. Market Square is a great place to get some shopping done. It is one of the major hubs of activity in the city. The University of Tennessee is also in town. Sports fans will want to check out a Tennessee Volunteers football or basketball game. The East Tennessee History Center provides visitors with a look into the state’s rich and fascinating history. The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame is also in town. It provides a look at great female players through the years, and how women have become more established as a basketball force.