Our uncommon hostel combines the affordability and camaraderie of a traditional hostel with the charm and cleanliness of a boutique hotel. Our mission is to further establish Chattanooga as an ultimate outdoor destination by providing a base camp and community hub for adventurous travelers.
Hostel Bed Capacity30
Available Sleeping Arrangements
Private rooms: Every private room has a custom queen size bed for one or two adults, plus enough room for a cot if you're traveling with a child. They also include a custom concrete sink, a huge window and a ceiling fan.
Super Bunks: A custom, hand-built, wooden art piece made by Haskel Sears Design, taking the format of a traditional bunk bed and bringing it to a level of style and utility never before seen in a bunk. Each bed includes a privacy curtain, fan and a reading light, along with two extra outlets to charge whatever you need. Each bed also comes with a spacious locker built beneath the Super Bunk.
Facility Amenities and Services Available
- Local craftsmanship - Spotless bathrooms
- Free private parking
- Bed linens included
- Private rooms with queen beds
- Free Wifi and computer access
- Free breakfast and coffee
- 24 hour secure access
- Walking distance to breakfast, lunch, dinner, and nightlife
Rate Range$27 & $70 plus tax
Our street address is 29 Johnson St., Chattanooga, TN 37408. We’re located in Chattanooga’s vibrant Southside, just off I-24. Use the below link for a map.
The Crash Pad is tracking for LEED Platinum Certification, a distinction that no other hostel currently holds.
“Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED provides building owners, and operators a concise framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions.”
- U.S. Green Building Council
A Proud Member of the 1% for the Planet Program
The Crash Pad hostel is also a proud member of the 1% for the Planet Program, which encourages local business to contribute 1% of sales to environmental groups around the world. Over 1,200 companies in 38 countries are part of 1% for the Planet. To learn more about this organization, visit www.onepercentfortheplanet.org.
Locally or Family Owned Business Notes
Locally owned and operated, The Crash Pad hopes to make their Chattanooga location successful enough to expand to other areas, taking the hospitality world by storm while maintaining Chattanooga as our home base.