This is a nice property located conventantly between several rivers and towns.
Enjoyed the discounted rate for a tower room in the middle of the week for a quick one night getaway. The room was great and had plenty of space despite not being a suite. The staff was helpful and parking is free. Love the fact that I was connected to the casino and did not have to leave the property ...
Very quiet, clean, helpful, friendly, and professional staff. Poor TV reception and facial tissue.
Old school. Still have actual keys. Quaint and pleasant.
Everything was clean.. Nice staff , love the hospitality and the breakfast
It was a great place to stay clean and close to every thing
Friendly staff. Clean rooms. Water pressure in the shower was great. We liked the free shuttle rides to and from the casino. Definitely would stay here again.
The stay was great and breakfast was good.The room was nice with fireplace did not use it .
The room very cozy and comfortable. Got a great night sleep; loved the bed.
Located on the western side of North Carolina, right in between the Nantahala National Forest and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cherokee is a fantastic place to visit if you are looking to for outdoor adventures. It is also an incredible place to learn about Native American History from the Eastern Cherokee tribe.
Wondering where to stay in Cherokee? There are quite a few different areas depending on your interests and itinerary. It would be a shame to visit Cherokee and not spend time in the Smoky Mountains National Park. Home to some of the oldest mountains in the world, you can do everything from hiking to fishing. Alternatively, opt for a scenic drive. If you plan on visiting the park, you will want to stay near the Oconaluftee Visitor Center. The center itself is near the Mountain Farm Museum and, of course, acts as a gateway to many of the different activities you can do.
If you prefer staying in the more central part of Cherokee, take a look at one of the many hotels along the main street of Tsali Boulevard. In addition to a comfortable stay, you will find plenty of restaurants and things to do. Learn more about the Native American history at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Then, stop by the Cherokee Indian Fair Grounds and enjoy any of its year-round programs. If you visit during the warmer months, then do not miss Oconaluftee Island Park and its beautiful bamboo forest.
Overall, there are over 330 hotels in Cherokee, starting at
For those on a slightly smaller budget, there are 138 3 star hotels in Cherokee and starting at
McGhee Tyson Airport is about two hours away from Cherokee and located near Knoxville, Tennessee. It offers nonstop flights from further west in the United States. In case you are planning on flying out of McGhee, there are around ten hotels situated nearby and most will have a free airport shuttle.
Asheville Regional Airport only offers flights along the East Coast. Its furthest western destination is Chicago. However, it is only an hour away from Cherokee instead of two. If you prefer staying nearby before or after your flight, check out any of the eight hotels in the vicinity. They also offer free airport shuttles.