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The inviting day rooms at the Courtyard by Marriott Knoxville West/Bearden hotel come with free parking, free Wi-Fi, on-site dining, and friendly staff. There’s an indoor pool and fitness center for guests to keep themselves in shape, and the hourly rooms are just minutes from Downtown Knoxville and attractions including Neyland Stadium, the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, as well as museums and live performance venues.
Global Menu – Vegetarian and gluten-free options are on the menu at upscale New American restaurant Bistro By The Tracks, but if your diet is more carnivorous then try out Brazeiros Knoxville - Brazilian Steakhouse where 12 different cuts of meat are carved by your table. Thai treats including noodles and curries, plus sushi and martinis, are available at Surin of Thailand, whilst both Thai and Lao traditional dishes are served up at the family-run Sticky Rice Café. Other styles in the local area include Vietnamese, Ethiopian, barbecue, Italian, seafood, and more.
East Tennessee Historical Society and Museum – Delve into local heritage by exploring the past at the East Tennessee Historical Society and Museum. This site combines permanent and visiting exhibits, including artifacts, artwork, and objects dating back to the Civil War period.
Neyland Stadium – Neyland Stadium is one of the biggest sporting arenas in the country, with a capacity in excess of 102,000. It’s the home of the Tennessee Volunteers football team, has also hosted NFL exhibition games and occasionally holds concerts and other special events.
Clarence Brown Theatre – Not far away is the Clarence Brown Theatre, a live performance venue within the grounds of the University of Tennessee that stages shows both contemporary and classic. A cozy venue without a bad seat in the house, be sure to check the schedule and see what’s on when you’re in town.
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