Very nice rooms and comfortable beds. Wireless internet needs to be fixed. Had trouble getting good connection inside the room. Breakfast was not very good though. Eggs were okay but tasted like from a box. Potatoes tasted old. Suggestion would be to include a waffle maker and maybe some type of ...
Nice Hotel. Great location very clean and comfortable staff was really friendly and helpful. Room only had one cup it was located behind the coffee maker, no cups in bathroom.[not good] Breakfast at an additional cost on $10.00 [not good]
The hotel is nice, you can tell it is an older facility, but it has been well take care of. Very clean, and has two pools (one indoor and one out) each with their own hot tub. The front desk forgot to provide us with the Wi-Fi password so we had to call to get it. There is little to no insulation ...
Very nice rooms and comfortable beds. Wireless internet needs to be fixed. Had trouble getting good connection inside the room. Breakfast was not very good though. Eggs were okay but tasted like from a box. Potatoes tasted old. Suggestion would be to include a waffle maker and maybe some type of biscuits. We went somewhere else to eat for breakfast on our second day due to not being good on the first day. Housekeeping was very nice and sweet. Everything was great except for the breakfast.
convenient to shopping and attractions. good value, pleasant clientele, and staff. would stay there again.
Great hotel on main strip walking distance to alot of attractions would stay there again.
Amazing views of the mountains and the city of Gatlinburg! Great pool for the kids to enjoy.
Thanks to being nestled within the Smoky Mountains and being an exceptionally beautiful area of the USA, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge constantly top lists of the most scenic towns in Tennessee. Visitors flock to the towns and their surrounding areas to enjoy spotting the array of native wildlife, visiting the culturally vibrant museums and relishing in the fantastic mountainous backdrop.
If you like outdoor activities, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are the right places for you, with opportunities to ski, ride horses, and mountain bike. However, if you prefer taking it easy, you will be at leisure to enjoy a range of shopping, dining, and absorbing the vivacious atmosphere of both towns.
If you are venturing into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the best place to stay is the Sugarlands Visitors Center, which offers a trove of information on the national park and surrounding areas. In short, the center is a must-visit before entering the park. Should you be planning a visit to Cades Cove, then it is a great idea to base yourself in one of the hotels near Townsend Visitors Center, which is a fantastic place to learn about the attractions of the area.
If you want to reside in a more urban location, central Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge is the way forward. Gatlinburg is home to fun attractions for all the family, such as Gatlinburg Space Needle, Gatlinburg Sky Lift, and Ripleys Aquarium of the Smokies. For those traveling in adult groups, the Smoky Mountain Brewery may be of special interest. Gatlinburg is also ideal for those who are into arts and craft shops and fine dining.
With attractions like Dollywood, Hollywood Wax Museum, Wonderworks, and Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster, Pigeon Forge rivals Gatlinburg in terms of amusement. It is also a great place to book a hotel in if you want to sample some of Tennessee’s finest Southern comfort foods or shop for designer brands.
There is a huge array of hotels in the area, so you will be sure to find one to suit your needs. With 89 4 star hotels, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge have the perfect luxury hotel to suit any fans of the finer things in life. The hotels contain pools, gyms, and on-site restaurant facilities. Some are city based and a few are fancy resorts.
With 1004 3 star hotels in the area, your only problem will be deciding which one to stay at! After all, these hotels will treat you to a range of prices and facilities, suitable for any budget and taste.
If you are lucky enough to be working in the beautiful area on business, select one of the 129 business hotels on offer in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. Some of them are more chilled, enabling you to both work and play while on your business trip, whereas others are more business-orientated.
If you cannot bear to leave your pet behind, there are 102 pet-friendly hotels in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, at a variety of prices and star ratings. These are dotted around the two towns and further afield, so you will not have any trouble finding accommodation in your desired location.
McGhee Tyson Airport serves cities all over the USA and is located just over 34 miles from Pigeon Forge and 41 miles from Gatlinburg. As the drive can take over an hour, you might want to stay in a McGhee Tyson Airport hotel before or after your flight. Located around Rockford and Alcoa, these hotels come within a range of star ratings and prices, and can be either independent hotels or chains.