Four Pigeon Forge Hotels That Are So Cool You’ll Want to Stay Forever!

If you’re an avid traveler or just someone with a wanderlust heart, you’re probably well aware of some the world’s most unique hotels. You might have heard about the Treehouse Point in Fall City, Washington or even the Poseidon Underwater Resort off Fiji. But did you know that you can also find some iconic places to rest your head in here in Pigeon Forge? We’ve done our homework and put together a list of four Pigeon Forge hotels that are so cool you’ll want to stay forever!

The Gatlinburg Inn

This historic hotel in nearby Gatlinburg, Tennessee dates all the way back to 1937, and as hosted all kinds of dignitaries and special guests over the years. According to local legends, famous folks including Lady Bird Johnson, J.C. Penney, Dinah Shore, Liberace and Tennessee Ernie Ford have all vacationed here.

The Gatlinburg Inn’s true claim to fame, though, is the fact that one infections little ditty was composed in the hotel’s hallowed halls: “Rocky Top” was penned in Room 388. Anyone who has ever wished they were on “Ole Rocky Top” or has ever met a girl best described as “half bear and the other half cat” should certainly make a visit to this iconic Smoky Mountain hotel a priority next time they’re “down in the Tennessee Hills.” The Gatlinburg Inn is located at 755 Parkway in Gatlinburg.

The Inn At Christmas Place

There’s only one place on Earth where it’s Christmas year round, and it isn’t the North Pole - The Inn at Christmas Place is where you can “sleep in heavenly peace” any time of year! This unique hotel is a true destination in itself, with its Singing Santa, authentic German glockenspiel playing carols twice a day, and lively holiday-themed décor.

Check in to this luxurious, Christmas-themed hotel anytime – winter, spring, summer or fall – to be filled with holiday spirit! The Inn at Christmas Place is located at 115 Christmas Tree Lane in Pigeon Forge.

Riverstone Resort & Spa

If you want to relax in true opulence, make Riverstone Resort and Spa your home base on your next Pigeon Forge vacation. This unique Smoky Mountain hotel has a world-class spa with an expansive menu of treatment options: think intense massage therapy, hot stone body treatments, ageless facials and much, much more. It’s the perfect place to rest and recharge your mental and physical batteries on your next Smoky Mountain vacation.

Also, don’t discount this hotel if you’re traveling with a family or group: Riverstone also offers condos and cabins so there’s sure to be room for everyone. Riverstone Resort and Spa is located at 212 Dollywood Lane, near the heart of Pigeon Forge.

Music Road Resort

One of our favorite things about Pigeon Forge is our sweet, Southern hospitality. The folks at Music Road Resort have turned this charm into a true art. This family-owned hotel makes every guest who walks in feel like kin, a closeness you’ll truly appreciate at a resort with more than 200 guest rooms. A hot breakfast with is included in your stay, so you’ll wake up to family favorites like biscuits and gravy, pancakes and fresh fruit each day you’re here.

The hotel is located right on the Little Pigeon River, so you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of Smoky Mountain scenery from the patio and likely your guest room! An expansive outdoor waterpark will make summer in the Smokies even more exciting, and the hotel’s central location makes is easy to enjoy all of Pigeon Forge. Music Road Resort, Hotel, Inn and Convention Center is located at 303 Henderson Chapel Road in Pigeon Forge.

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