The restored hotel building sits on the bank of the Tennessee River. It has been faithfully restored, at least on the lower level, with about half the level dedicated to a museum and interpretive centre. A large, glass viewing wall allows one to see inside the remainder of the lower level, with its check-in desk and other items, though visitors were not permitted to that side during our visit.
The grounds around are limited, though the river is accessible from the hotel. Informative signs tell of the history of the place.
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