Visitors to the UT campus are eligible for special rates and packages with several nearby hotels. After you register for a campus tour you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to reserve a room at one of our partner hotels and receive special visitors rate. Please be advised that rates are based upon hotel availability and are unavailable over high-occupancy, sold-out, or blackout dates. All home Tennessee football weekends are considered blackout dates.
Preferred Partner Hotel
Holiday Inn Knoxville Downtown World’s Fair Park
501 West Church Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee 37902-2591, USA, 865-523-2300
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. Visitors to UT will receive a discounted rate of $90/night, free parking and internet, and a 10% off Starbucks coupon.*
Hilton Garden Inn
1706 Cumberland Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee 37916, USA, 865-437-5500
The Hilton Garden Inn Knoxville/University is located just off campus on the popular Cumberland Avenue, or “The Strip”, and is within walking distance to most campus offices. The Garden Inn provides a FREE shuttle to/from campus and the UT Visitors Center. Visitors will receive a discounted rate of $110 per night for a single king room and $120 per night for a double queen room, with free internet.”
Please note beginning January 1, 2016, our UT Admissions discount is going to change again. Instead of the $110 / $120, the discounted rate will be 10% off.
Four Points by Sheraton Knoxville Cumberland House Hotel
1109 White Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee 37916, USA; 865-971-4663
The Four Points by Sheraton Knoxville Cumberland House Hotel is located in the Fort Sanders Historic District, just steps from the Market Square, World’s Fair Park, and the University of Tennessee. Visitors will receive discounted rates beginning at $99/night with free internet.*
*All rates subject to availability