Just over 41,000 people make their home in this charming town that rests in the low hills and ridges of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The city is almost 200 years old and has grown significantly since World War II. There are several hotel options in and around Cleveland to fit every need.
When to Visit Cleveland, TN
Springtime in Cleveland offers stereotypical spring weather with high temperatures ranging from the 60s in March to the 80s in May. Low temperatures average in the high 30s in March to the mid-50s in May. Rainfall during spring occurs about one in three days. With the area countryside covered in blooming trees and flowers and lush green grass, travelers enjoy the colorful surroundings. Cleveland has several fun events in spring including the MainStreet Cruise-In and Bike to Build, an annual event benefitting Habitat for Humanity. Many farmers markets kick off during the spring months as well.
Summer is, by far, the busiest season in Cleveland, and lodging fills up fast. From June through August, high temperatures average near 90 degrees Fahrenheit and lows average in the 60s. Summer guests enjoy rafting and floating in the Hiwassee River or boating on Chickamauga Lake. The Blue Spring Valley Singing Echoes is a gospel music festival that's been going for over 40 years. The Cherokee Heritage Festival highlights traditional singing, storytelling, and dancing of the area's Cherokee settlers. Visitors delight in authentic foods, crafts, and demonstrations.
When the foliage in Cleveland bursts into color, the event calendar comes to life. High temperatures average around 80 degrees Fahrenheit in September and fall to 60 degrees by November. Low temperatures in early fall start around 60 degrees and drop below 40 degrees in November.
Creepy crawlies come out en masse to celebrate All Hallow's Eve bigger and better every year in the city the mayor dubbed, “the Halloween Capital of the World.” The MainStreet Cleveland Halloween Block Party beckons over 20,000 people annually with its live music, food vendors, and costume contests. The Cleveland Apple Festival takes place in October every year and boasts food booths, live music, craft shows, and children's activities.
Holidays are a bustling time in Cleveland; the remaining winter months are quiet and a great time for a restful getaway. Average winter highs are in the 50s and lows near 30 degrees. Around the middle of November each year, the Downtown Open House Shopping event kicks off holiday shopping with local merchants. In December, the town welcomes Old Saint Nick with a tree lighting and reverse caroling the night before the Cleveland Christmas Parade. As with most towns, January and February are times of rest and relaxation and are some of the least expensive months for lodging.
Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Cleveland, TN:
Cleveland by Star Rating
Below we've posted 3 graphs demonstrating mean price patterns by star rating class in Cleveland, TN. You can use these line graphs to calculate the least expensive time period to make a reservation in Cleveland for your upcoming travels.
Luxury Hotels in Cleveland, TN
4 Star Average Prices: $154.33
There are several choices for higher-end accommodations in Cleveland including Wingate by Wyndham. Dubbed “clean, spacious, and friendly,” by a reviewer, this hotel is right off Interstate 75. The oversized rooms feature flat screen TVs with cable channels, free wired and wireless internet, a fridge, and a microwave. Night owls will love having 24-hour services including the fitness center, the sundry shop, and the business center. Sun lovers can lounge by the outdoor pool on loungers or under umbrellas. A free, extensive breakfast boasts bacon, sausage, eggs, and Belgian waffles.
The Hampton Inn in Cleveland treats guests to majestic views of the surrounding countryside. The spacious rooms have separate sitting areas, refrigerators, flat screens with cable channels, and free Wi-Fi. Travelers can work up a sweat in the fitness center before a refreshing dip in the indoor pool. There is free, hot breakfast daily between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. with fresh-cooked waffles and oatmeal with tasty toppings. For guests in a hurry, the hotel offers “On the Run” breakfast bags on weekdays.
Affordable Hotels in Cleveland, TN
3 Star Average Prices: $105.12
There are many affordable lodging options in Cleveland including the Red Roof Inn & Suites. This hotels rests close to Bradley Square Mall and Lee University. Guests enjoy outside-entry rooms with free Wi-Fi, cable TV on flat screens, and complimentary toiletries. Business travelers can work late into the night at the desk with coffee from the coffee maker and a snack from the microwave. Tourists that book premium rooms will receive a snack box that includes trail mix, granola bars, popcorn, orange juice, and water. The hotel also offers free breakfast.
Fellow travelers stated that the Quality Inn had “comfortable beds and a great location.” Family travel is simple when kids under age 16 stay free (up to two kids) and pets can come along too. The kids will love the outdoor pool and picnic area. Express check-in and check-out and a 24-hour business center makes work trips more enjoyable. Other amenities include a refrigerator, an LCD TV with cable, free Wi-Fi, and room service.
At the Howard Johnson Inn, large families can book adjoining rooms and bring the dog, but Fido can't swim in the outdoor pool. Business travelers can choose a Home Office Room that has a work desk with comfy chair, a fridge, and a microwave. Pair that with express check-in and check-out and an in-house nightclub, and work trips are less of a chore. Free continental breakfast includes bagels, cereal, doughnuts, waffles, toast, juice, milk, and coffee.