This hotel is a must-see for Baby Boomers and their children. We grew us in the era of chain hotels and motels nestled along the interstates. This hotel is from a grander era when rail travel was king and the hotels were grand and stately. The General Morgan is one such hotel. It has been restored to the glory of its heyday and is worth the trip into Greeneville from the interstate.
The room was roomy, comfortable and clean. The bathroom was large and the bed comfortable. We had a corner room on the second floor and heard very little traffic noise, and no noise at all from other rooms or the hallway.
The only drawbacks were that we could not take the luggage cart all the way to our room because even though there was an elevator to the second floor, there was a set of three or four stairs to get to our end of the hallway, and no ramp. So we had to carry all our luggage the rest of the way to the room. Also, there was no breakfast included in the price of the room.
Other than that, I love the place!More