200 Hospitality Place , Kingsport, TN, US, 37663

  • Phone: (423) 279-1811
  • Fax: (423) 279-0877

Designed to Dream Property

Sleep Inn is getting even better. This hotel, as part of a nationwide refresh of the Sleep Inn brand, has incorporated stylish design features and amenities to create a unique atmosphere that will help you have a restful stay. Experience 'better' for yourself at this Sleep Inn hotel.

4.2 out of 5 (82 reviews)
84% of guests recommend this hotel
Selected Favorite
  • Local Events

    Paramount Chamber Players
    Paramount Center For The ArtsOctober 25, 2014
    518 State Street
    Bristol, TN 37620
    View More >
    Carlos Mencia - Live! One Night Only!
    Holiday Inn JOHNSON CITYOctober 26, 2014 6:30 PM
    101 W. Springbrook Dr.
    Johnson City, TN 37604
    Carlos Mencia is undoubtedly one of today’s most popular entertainers and comics. Whether it is man-on-the-street interviews, studio comedy, commercial parodies, nationwide sold-out tours, or films, Mencia demonstrates an extraordinary ability to connect with a wide and diverse audience. In the last couple years, Mencia chose to go back to his comedic roots, performing at a number of comedy stores throughout the country – allowing him to share his newest material with smaller and more intimate audiences.
    View More >
    Kenny Loggins
    Niswonger Performing Arts CenterOctober 28, 2014 7:30 PM
    212 Tusculum Boulevard
    Greeneville, TN 37745
    Kenny Loggins is a soft pop-rock singer/songwriter from Everett, Washington whose lasting career in the music industry was almost single-handedly responsible for the popularization of the adult contemporary genre of pop music. Loggins first rose to prominence along with his songwriting partner Jim Messina in the 1970s as the celebrated soft rock duo Loggins and Messina. Following the production of several albums and singles such as "House on Pooh Corner" and "Danny's Song," songs which have since become pop standards, Loggins embarked upon a successful solo career that would last the singer/songwriter the following three decades and counting. Loggins' solo career is marked with a strong commercial bent that, along with the work of collaborator Michael MacDonald, would go on to develop adult contemporary into one of the music industry's most commercially successful genres.
    View More >
    Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band
    LegendsOctober 31, 2014
    Building 190 Hardin Street
    Boone, 28607
    Asheville, North Carolina's Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band (a.k.a. the Booty Band) is Asheville's claim to funk fame. Made up of a world-class horn section and a fierce rhythm section to boot, the Booty Band brings a raucous live performance that can't be missed. The band was named by the Home Grown Music Network as one of the band's of the year, in addition to album of the year. The group headlines most major jam band festivals through out the U.S., and has built and unstoppable following along the way.
    View More >
    Thousand Foot Krutch
    Capone'sNovember 01, 2014
    227 East Main Street
    Johnson City, TN 37604
    Thousand Foot Krutch is a Christian alternative rock band from Ontario that incorporates nu metal and hard rock elements into its sound. Under the name Oddball, the band released its debut album Shutterbug, in 1995 before revamping its lineup and changing its name to Thousand Foot Krutch. The three-piece band dropped its first official album as TFK, titled That's What People Do, in 1997. Despite the seemingly revolving cast around original vocalist and guitarist Trevor McNevan, the band found a solid lineup in 2002, after drummer Steve Augustine joined McNevan and bassist Joel Bruyere. Thousand Foot Krutch released its seventh studio album The End Is Where We Begin, in 2012.
    View More >
    Marty Stuart and The Superlatives
    Paramount Center For The ArtsNovember 01, 2014 7:30 PM
    518 State Street
    Bristol, TN 37620
    John Martin Stuart goes by his nickname Marty Stuart and is widely known for his blend of classic country and rockabilly music. Born in Philadelphia, Stuart developed a taste for country music that prompted him to teach himself how to play the guitar and mandolin. Before he was even a teenager, he was performing with the bluegrass band The Sullivans. After meeting Lester Flatt guitarist Roland White, Stuart was invited to be a permanent part of the band and played with it broke up in 1978. Stuart moved on to work with fiddler Vassar Clements, guitarist Doc Watson and perhaps most notably, he joined Johnny Cash's back up band in 1980. His initial solo albums With a Little Help From My Friends and Busy Bee Cafe, respectively from 1979 and 1982, were created strictly out of a bluegrass lens and never saw commercial success. Stuart left Johnny Cash's band in 1985 to seriously pursue a solo career. Signed to MCA Records, he released his first acclaimed album in 1989 titled Hillbilly Rock, which earned him praise for incorporating rockabilly with southern honky tonk sounds. Over the next two decades, Stuart recorded 14 studio albums, published photos and articles covering the country music scene, received his own country music television show and served on the board of the Country Music Foundation, submerging himself in everything country and solidifying his name as one of the most versatile musicians in the genre.
    View More >
    1 of 8
    Earn valuable points toward free nights.